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Bringing together different ideas of Tibetan arts in exile

November 9, 2007

[Tuesday, November 06, 2007 13:38]

Dharamshala: The New Delhi-based Foundation for Universal Responsibility
of His Holiness the Dalai Lama is bringing together Tibetan artists in
exile to share a common feeling of being in exile and its struggle, at
an exhibition "Exile Web" at the Experimental Gallery of India Habitat
Centre in New Delhi from 19 to 30 November. The exhibition also aims to
showcase the different ideas of art in exile on one platform.

The 12-day painting exhibition will showcase a wide range of exquisite
art works by Tibetan artists including Sonam Lhamo (Selhatso), Sonam
Lhundup, Kalsang Dickyi, Tsering Gonpo, Tenzin Namgyal.

Recipient of the All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society Award in 1985
and other recognitions, the New Delhi based eminent artist, Ms Arpana
Caur will inaugurate the painting exhibition.

The exhibition remains open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day.

Details of the painting exhibition along with various other initiatives
of the Foundation, are posted on

The Foundation is a not for profit, non-sectarian, non-denominational
organisation established with the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to His
Holiness in 1989. In the spirit of the Charter of the United Nations, it
brings together men and women of different faiths, professions and
nationalities, through a range of initiatives and mutually sustaining

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