The exhibition will introduce photo by photographer, film makers and historian Benoy K Behl.

It will provide a wide perspective of the monuments and art heritage of Buddhism, from earliest times. It also takes us on a visual pilgrimage through the life of the Buddha: to the places of his birth, enlightenment, first sermon and final renunciation.

 A photo on Buddhist heritage to be displayed at the exhibition
(Photo provided by the India Culture Center in Hanoi)

Benoy K Behl has taken over 35,000 photographs of Asian monuments and art heritage, made a hundred documentaries on art history and his exhibitions have been warmly received in 28 countries around the world. He is known for his extremely sensitive photography of Buddhist art which provides a deep insight into the gentle and compassionate message of the art.

The exhibition is free for the public from Monday to Friday./.

Compiled by BTA