Dharamshala: The three-day conference of Tibetan Artists and Researchers organised by the Department of Religion and Culture of Central Tibetan Administration concluded yesterday at Norbulingka Institute, Dharamsala.
This is the second meeting of the Strategic Planning Development of the Tibetan Culture after the Conference of Experts on Tibetan Culture held on August10 to 11, 2022. A total of 34 artists and researchers from more than eight different places across India and Nepal participated in the conference. Participants from various fields of Tibetan culture were present at this conference including research, thangka painting, performing arts, medicine, astrology, wood-carving, tailoring, filmmaking, etc.
On the first day of the conference, five Tibetan experts gave a speech and interacted with the participants regarding the current status of Tibetan culture and the responsibilities that Tibetan youth hold. In the following two days, the participants were divided into three groups where they discussed and shared ideas on Tibetan culture and the role of Tibetan youth in the preservation and promotion of Tibetan culture. The suggestions made by the groups were presented by the team leaders of respective groups during the closing ceremony.
–Filed by Department of Religion & Culture