India, Nepal and Tibet artists promote their cultures in Dharamsala

Dharamsala, June 4 (ANI): Tibetans' Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) organized an Indo-Tibetan cultural exchange programme in Dharamsala that witnessed the participation of artists from India, Tibet and Nepal.

"It's a combined program of Nepalese and TIPA (Tibetans' Institute of Performing Arts), dancing group and this is an exchange of culture between Nepalese and Tibetans and plus we have asked the Hijackers musical group of Indians to backup the event," said organizer of the event, Ajay Lalhal.

The artists enthralled the audience by their unique cultural performances.

People from India and abroad gathered at the institute to watch the programme.

Participants see the event as a medium to promote their culture and exchange artistic knowledge with each other.

Nawang Yengchen, a Tibetan artist said that it's a good idea to learn something as well as to know each other and their culture.

"Lots of foreigners have come and just to show our culture and to preserve, to show that we are just preserving our culture when we are in exile," said Yengchen.

The famous musical band, the 'hijackers", also performed at the function. (ANI)


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