The Gandhi Study Circle
St. Stephen’s College, New Delhi

In association with

Students for a Free Tibet, India (
http://sftindia.org/) and Indo-Tibet Coordination Office


(A two day festival on Tibet)

Date: 27th and 28th October 2010 
Venue: St. Stephen’s College, Delhi

‘Rangzen’ seeks to display the rich cultural heritage of Tibet and at the same time generate awareness about China’s illegal occupation of the country and their struggle for independence. 

The festival will be marked by dance performances, photo exhibitions, documentary screenings and delicious Tibetan food.

Event Schedule

27th October

1.30 pm – Yak Dance and Tibetan Food stalls, Photo Exhibition and Display of artwork by Young   Tibetans.
2.00 pm- PhotoJournalist Vijay Kranti: Capturing Tibet: Journeys to the Land of Snows
3.00pm- Interactive session with Young Tibetan Refugees: Journey into Exile
4.00pm- Tibetan Refreshments
4.30pm- Film Screening: Undercover in Tibet
5.00pm- 'Uprisings in Tibet' 1987-2008: Eyewitness Accounts by Ven Bhagdo (1987 uprising) and Tsewang Dhondhup (2008 uprising)

28th October

4.00pm- Screening: Meltdown in Tibet
Followed by Presentation by Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli(JNU)
5.15pm- Cultural Show



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