This day marks the date on which the constitution of India came into force on January 26, 1950.
"The main aim of this mobile photo exhibition is to highlight and inform the Indian university students of the current Tibetan situation," says Tsering Wangdue, Department of Information and International Relations.
Tibetan Scientific Society is a newly formed organization in India that provides guidance for Tibetan students pursuing the sciences.
A talk on promotion of human values in the interest of human happiness and the fostering of inter-religious harmony was given to a crowd of doctors, nurses, and students.
Kunleng discusses the growing trend of exile Tibetan individuals and groups extending aid and support to exile Tibetan communities and projects in India, Nepal, and Tibet.
Michael Buckley describes China's reckless destruction of ecosystems from the highlands of Tibet to the deltas of Asia.
China claims Arunachal Pradesh is part of the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR), and experts say that this project is doomed to raise Indian security concerns.
The statue was installed on the largest and busiest cremation ground of Delhi, where 50 - 60 Hindu and Buddhist funeral rites are carried out daily.
Sakya is one of the four major traditions of Tibetan Buddhism and its head throne has been historically held for a life term, alternatively by the eldest sons of the two Sakya Palaces for the last one thousand years.
The conference was organized by the Human Rights Defense International (HRDI) based in Delhi, India.
The Canadian writer and environmentalist Michael Buckley has long been involved in researches on Tibet and is the author of a number of books on Tibet.
The departure of Karmapa Urgyen Trinley Dorjee from Tibet in 1999, and the dangers and obstacles they had to overcome in order to finally reach Dharamsala are discussed.