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Bangalore - Tibetans thank India with a festival

November 20, 2009

November 18, 2009

BANGALORE -- The department of information and
international relations, central Tibetan
administration, Dharamsala, joined by the office
of the chief representative and the five Tibetan
settlements in Karnataka will celebrate `Thank
You India Day' from November 22 to 24 at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath.

The three-day event will have film screenings,
documentary shows, panel discussions, lectures
and cultural events. Monastic chanting and cham
dance will also be part of the celebrations.
Other events include lectures on administration,
climate change and its impact on Tibetan plateau,
Buddhism and Tibetan medicine.

The event will be inaugurated at the Parishath on November 22 at 11 am.
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