This museum, situated at the lodhi Road and established in 1965, houses all the information and resource in relation to Tibet including its History, Arts, Culture, Heritage and Tradition. A wide collection of priceless artefacts and relics carried by Tibetan refugees who gifted them to His Holiness Dalai Lama after he fled from Tibet during the Chinese Force Aggression can be seen preserved here. There are over 200 invaluable Thangka Painting Rolls of Buddha dating back to the 15th Century andbelonging to the Monasteries in Tibet, 140 Copper Statues, Sandalwood, Gilded Bronze, antique jewellery, Figurines of Lord Buddha, Musical Instruments, Wooden Sculptures painted in vibrant colours, ancient carpets, old currency notes, household accessories and objects and Tibetan Ritual Items can be seen on display. There is a library and Resource Centre that stores 3,000 rare Tibetan Manuscripts, Books on the Culture of Tibet and on Buddhism and over 1,500 books in English. Various Tibetan Art workshops, Lectures on Padmapani and the ancient Dharma Texts, Seminars on Monastic Dialogue, exhibitions, Music and Tibetan Folk Dance are organised by the museum.
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