BODH GAYA: The Tibet Museum of Department of Information and International Relations, CTA concluded its photo exhibition on themes: “A Brief Biography of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama” and “A Long Look Homeward” at Bodh Gaya, 23 January.
The eight-day exhibition which began on 15 January saw a large number of people visiting the exhibition. The main visitors to the exhibition include devotees from India, Nepal, Bhutan, other South Asian countries, Mongolia, Russia, China, Japan, Korea, US, European countries among others.
After visiting the exhibition, the visitors were amazed by the works and accomplishments of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. At the same time, they were equally touched by Tibet’s story and sympathised with the Tibetan cause. Many of the visitors carefully went through each panel of the exhibition and expressed that it was an eye-opener for many.
The exhibition was much useful and informational for the Tibetans who were born or raised in the West. Many revealed that they felt closer to their roots after going through the exhibition.
The photo exhibition was also admired by the Indians visitors especiallyy the police officials stationed at the teaching site in Bodh Gaya. They were very much interested in Tibet’s story and were of the view that Tibet should be free from China for India’s good. Those were some of the positive feedback from the visitors.
Over all, the exhibition received excellent response from the public—ranging from different sections of society and different countries of the world.
-Filed by Tibet Museum, DIIR-