The Tibet Museum Concludes Two-day Exhibition at Hubballi, Karnataka
HUBBALLI: The Tibet Museum of Department of Information and International Relations, CTA on July 24, 2016, concluded its two-day photo exhibition in Hubballi, Karnataka. The exhibition organized on the sideline of ‘South Zone Conference of Tibet Support Groups’ attracted a large number of visitors including delegates, participants and volunteers of the conference.
On July 23, Shri Pralhad Joshi, Lok Sabha MP from Dharwad, the Chief Guest at the conference viewed the exhibition and in the visitor’s comment book wrote, “this Exhibition really educates Indians about the importance of Tibet for India. I hope dream of every Tibetans will come true very shortly”.
Exhibition themes, ‘Biography of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’ 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 of the conference. ‘Biography of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’, comprising of 38 photo panels elucidates through rare photographs and texts, the early life of His Holiness, Indian and world leaders that His Holiness has met, awards and honors bestowed upon him and the three commitments for which His Holiness has dedicated his life for.
The exhibition on Indo-Tibet relationship, 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 60 delegates of different Tibet Support groups and organizations attended the two-day conference organized by Core Group for Tibetan Cause and facilitated by India-Tibet Coordination office (ITCO).