The Tibet Museum’s staff explaining the exhibition to the visitors.
NAGPUR: The Tibet Museum of Department of Information and International Relations, CTA on October 10, 2016, concluded its two-day photo exhibition in Nagpur. As a mark of gratitude to the government and people of India, Tibet Support Groups in Maharashtra in collaboration with, ‘India-Tibet Coordination Office (ITCO), The Tibet Museum, Tibet Policy Institute and Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA), organized a two-day ‘Thank you India’ program at Dragon Palace Temple, Nagpur, on 9th and 10th October 2016.
Exhibition themes, ‘Along Look Homeward’ and ‘India and Tibet, Ancient Ties – Current Bonds’ were showcased and DIIR publications on Middle way policy, Tibetan Bulletin and Tibet Museum’s Newsletter were distributed among the visitors.
The exhibition on ‘A Long Look Homeward’, comprising of 50 photo panels elucidates through rare photographs and texts, Tibet’s recent history: the Chinese occupation and the Tibetan exile experience.
The exhibition provides a look at the Tibetan refugee experience from the perspective of eleven representatives within the Tibetan exile community. Their personal stories are interwoven with the history of the Tibetan nation before, during and after the Cultural Revolution. This exhibit is a fabric of symbols, visuals and narratives that weave together a collective consciousness of memory, commemoration and hope.
The exhibition on Indo-Tibet relationship, comprising of 31 photo panels which brings to light the centuries old cultural and spiritual relationship between India and Tibet; the political, cultural and spiritual influences these two civilizations has had on each other.
More than 1000 visitors from every corner of India attended the two-day exhibition to show their deep concern and interest in Tibet and it’s cause.
Visitors at the photo exhibition showcased by Tibet Museum on ‘Indo-Tibet Relations.’
visitors at the Tibet Museum’s exhibition, Nagpur