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Dalai Lama lauds Sharma brothers, says will visit Akhnoor
Historic photo exhibition on Ambaran
4/3/2011 1:55:39 AM

New Delhi, April 2: His Holiness Dalai Lama today appreciated the work being done by Sharma brothers Mr Madan Lal Sharma, Lok Sabha member from Jammu and his brother and Jammu and Kashmir Health Minister Sham Lal Sharma for developing Amabaran, an ancient Buddhist site in Akhnoor tehsil.
Impressed by a historic photo exhibition on Ambaran and Akhnoor at the Capital's Ashoka Hotel today, the spiritual leader and exiled ruler of Tibet told Mr Madan Lal Sharma: "As a Buddhist I appreciate your work."
He also accepted an invitation extended by the duo to visit Akhnoor: "I will come."
Dalai Lama spent about 20 minutes at the exhibition organized by noted Tibet expert and journalist Vijay Kranti and his photographer-son Akshat Kranti. The father-and-son team had spent considerable time in Akhnoor to take on-the-spot photographs. Apart from the discoveries of stupa and relics made at Ambaran the exhibition highlights the historic Akhnoor Fort, majestic Chinab river, Jia Poto Temple, Gurudwara Tapo Asthan and Bhagwan Parsuram temple as well as a magnificent pathway constructed along the Chinab river.
Dalai Lama evinced keen interest in photographs and made pointed queries to Dr B.R. Mani, Joint Director-General of the Archaeological Survey of India and Mr Vijay Kranti, who is also his biographer.

 

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