The Dalai Lama was born in Tibet and spent his early years as a nomadic boy and learned to play the flute of bamboo, old and popular instrument of Tibetan fields, until 1949, after the Chinese Communist invasion, his family emigrated to the India.Cuando was of legal age, headed toward the Southeast and became a monk in the Indian State of Orissa. At age 20 she sought the tutelage of the great Dalai Lama and retired as a hermit in a cave for four years, dedicated to meditation and philosophy. In 1991 he was invited for a North American tour to celebrate the year of Tibet and during his stay he played next to Kitaro. Both musicians met, were released to a surprising improvised session and they have continued to work until today. He has also performed with Philip Glass, Paul Winter, Laurie Anderson, Paul Simon, Natalie Merchant, and Baba Olatunji. Nawang has produced three albums and co-produced two, Kitaro and Peter Kater. His music has been used for the movie sound track seven years in Tibet, directed by Jean Jacques Annaud.
He has also composed tracks of music and sounds to the documentary film of CNN, the Dalai Lama into the country in exile and many other films and documentary productions. The valuable contribution of Nawang Khechog who is one of the main modern musicians from Tibet to translating the traditional sounds of original compositions in Tibetan culture and spiritual heritage cannot be denied. We recommend it to delve into its effects on their vibration and you will notice the positive side of their sound.