Exhibition capturing Buddhist traditions at India's Rashtrapati Bhavan

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GOLDEN AGE: Mathura Buddha is placed at the historic Durbar Hall
A unique exhibition of photographs based on Buddhist heritage by art-historian Benoy K Behl will be exhibited at Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum from January 27. The photographs captured by Behl portray the birth and development of different Buddhist schools in India and their spread to several Asian countries. Behl has clicked pictures in the several Asian countries like Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, China, Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan which signifies the journey of Buddhist history and culture from the times of Gautam Buddha. [link]

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