The Tibet Museum to Hold Photo Exhibition in North and Northeast India

Visitors at Tibet Museum’s exhibition (File Pic)

Visitors at Tibet Museum’s exhibition (File Pic)

DHARAMSHALA: The Tibet Museum of Department of Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration will be undertaking a tour of north and northeast of Indian states to showcase photo exhibition on Tibet and its people. The Tibet Museum is slated to travel to Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Gangtok and Dehradun (Clementown) during His Holiness birthday in July and showcase three different exhibition titles namely, ‘Biography of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama’, ‘Glimpses on the History of Tibet’ and ‘The Burning Questions – Why are Tibetans Turning to Self-immolations in Tibet’.

In addition to the exhibition, the Tibet Museum will also screen documentary films on Tibetan history, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and current situations inside Tibet, in order to complete their experience and add to their understanding of the three exhibitions.

The planned exhibition and documentary film screening is to celebrate the 80th Birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and to present his message on Love, Compassion and Universal responsibility. It is also aimed at creating awareness about Tibet history, cultural and to inform Indian public about current situation in Tibet.

The schedule of the exhibition is as follows:

Dehradun 5th July 2015

Darjeeling 7 – 8th July 2015

Kalimpong 12 – 13th July 2015

Gangtok 17 – 19th July 2015