Sunday, April 13, 2014

India and Tibet, Ancient Links - Current Bonds

My Exhibition on the relations between India and Tibet entitled "India and Tibet, Ancient Links - Current Bonds" can be visited online on my website.

There are 35 panels depicting this unique relation through the ages.

You can download an image of each panel by clicking here...
  • A Share Spiritual Lore
The Himalayas as a Bridge
  • The Light comes from India
The Buddha Dharma Becomes State Religion
  • The Three Religious Kings
Tibet's Relations with Its Neighbours
  • A Script from India
The Translation of Buddha's Words Can Start
  • The Art of Healing
Tibetan Medicine and Ayurveda
  • The Renaissance of Tibetan Buddhism
The Second Propagation comes from India
  • An Indian Dalai Lama
Tsangyang Gyatso, the Sixth Dalai Lama
  • Tibet's Relations with Kashmir
The Treaties with Ladakh and the Dogras
  • The Empire Strikes
The Younghusband Military Mission (1904)
  • The Thirteenth Dalai Lama in India
A Refugee in Kalimpong
  • The Drawing of the Indo-Tibet Border
The Simla Conference (1914)
  • Caravans across the Himalayas
The Transborder Trade
  • Searching for the Lost Manuscripts
Indian Cultural Missions in Tibet
  • Pilgrimages
The Holy Lands of Tibet and India
  • The Asian Relations Conference
Tibet Still Independent
  • Stepping into British Shoes
Tibet after India's Independence
  • Trading with India
The Indian Trade Agencies in Tibet
  • Indian Presence in Tibet
Military Escort and Trade Agent
  • Tibet becomes a Chinese Colony
India has a New Neighbour
  • From Sardar Patel to Nehru
A Prophetic Letter (November 7, 1950)
  • Nehru crosses over to Tibet
The Indian Prime Minister visits Chumbi Valley
  • The Return to the Source
The Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama visit India (1956)
  • Preserving an Endangered Culture
The Rehabilitation Starts
  • The Road to Exile
The Dalai Lama Arrives in India (1959)
  • A War Over Tibet Border
The 1962 Sino-Indian Conflict
  • When Tibet Fought for India
The Tibetan Special Frontier Force
  • How India Considers Tibet
An Autonomous Region of China
  • An Honoured Guest of India
The Dalai Lama with Presidents and Prime Ministers
  • Meeting Indian Leaders
They had Strong Words for Tibet
  • The Himalayan Renaissance
The Role of the Dalai Lama
  • The Khaches
The Kashmiri Community in Tibet
  • The Nalanda Tradition
India's Gift to Tibet
  • The Dalai Lama and the People of India
A Son of India
  • Acknowledgments
Our Gratitude for their Support, Advice and Illustrations

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