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International Short term Course on ‘Buddhist Cultural Heritage: Interpretations and Preservation’

(From 01st to 10th February, 2022)

The Department of History of Art in collaboration with the Ministry of External Affairs under its E-ITEC program, conducted an international week-long short-term course on Buddhism, titled ‘Buddhist Cultural Heritage: Interpretations and Preservation’. Total 28 international students participated from over 9 countries: Myanmar, Hungary, Mauritius, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Somalia, Bhutan, and Cambodia. The course was structured into 7 sessions delivered by four eminent scholars namely: Prof. (Dr) Anupa Pande, Padmashri Dr.K.K. Muhammed, Dr. Savita Kumari, and Dr. Achal Pandya. The course introduced the learners to Buddhist artistic-cultural heritage and its interface with Asia. The sessions imparted students about the development of Buddhism and Buddhist art in India and its interface with South-East Asia, the philosophy of Buddhism, the issues and challenges of conservation of Buddhist sites like Nalanda Mahaviharin, and Ladakh.


Early Buddhist Sculpture by Prof. (Dr) Anupa Pande on 1st Feb 2022

Early Buddhist Painting by Prof. (Dr) Anupa Pande on 2nd Feb 2022

Pala Buddhist Art by Dr Savita Kumari on 3rd Feb 2022

Conservation Challenges of Nalanda Mahavihar by Padmashri Dr.K.K. Muhammed on 4 Feb 2022

Buddhist sculpture in South-East Asia by Dr Savita Kumari 5th Feb 2022

Materials, Techniques and Prevention of Thangka Painting by Dr. Achal Pandya on 8th Feb 2022

The Cultural Heritage of Ladakh and issues of conservation By Dr. Achal Pandya 9th Feb 2022

Valedictory Function and Certificate Distribution on 10th Feb 2022

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