Organized by the Consulate General of India in Hong Kong, 'In the footsteps of the Buddha' focusses on the life, teachings, important events and the wanderings of the Buddha which he undertook for 45 years after getting enlightenment at Bodhgaya.

The exhibition, which started on Wednesday, also provides information about Buddhist pilgrimages and depicts the art and artifacts discovered at various archaeological sites in India, as per report.

Apart from sculptures, a photographic display titled 'Buddhist Heritage of India' by renowned Buddhist expert and photographer Benoy K Behl shows around 60 photographic scrolls and three text panels covering the Buddhist heritage of India.

The exhibition is part of the 'Glimpses of India Festival' being held under 'India-China Year of Friendly Exchanges'. The festival will showcase Indian performing arts and exhibitions of modern Indian art, Buddhist artifacts and heritage and their linkages with China.


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