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The world shall definitely see a change when His Holiness the Dalai Lama passes away. We will be urged to be even more vigilant than we are today, which will eventually give a new meaning to SATYAGRAHA - a search for an ultimate truth, with a notionMoreThe world shall definitely see a change when His Holiness the Dalai Lama passes away. We will be urged to be even more vigilant than we are today, which will eventually give a new meaning to SATYAGRAHA - a search for an ultimate truth, with a notion of nonviolence.One day, a little accident in Tokyo begins an intriguing journey which connects to the forbidden mysteries of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, a legendary figure who fought for the freedom of India from the British colonial rule during WW2. The more the SushiBall Mishima learns about the Indian Samurai, the more deeper he gets dragged into his dynamic scale. History starts rewinding, and strange things begin to occur.Dick White, another friend of Anusha is a black American studying law at NYU. Hed long adored Dalai Lama 14th, when one morning he learns that His Holiness is dead. Communist China had long been waiting for the great Tibetan leaders death, since kidnapping a 6 year old Tibetan boy named as Panchen Lama 11th by Dalai Lama on May 17th, 1995.Bose means a Buddhist monk in Japanese - and by a mere coincidence the two great Bose s start to synchronize.Phuc Long Ho was a Vietnamese American who, rather than waiting, had been preparing for Dalai Lamas death. He was a top class triple agent and a cyberspace-hacker unprecedented in the history of mankind. A laptop was all he needed to change the world. Nobody knew that Phuc Long had secretly mobilized a cyber-army composed of only the brightest and the best intelligence across the planet.Liberating Tibet, currently undergoing genocide by the communists was his aim. He was a firm believer that Chinas recent aggression and military expansionism in Asia was a threat not only to global security, but against the teachings of His Holiness.The infectious laughters of Dalai Lama begins to connect the dots.