The exhibition also saw the participation of Ambassadors from countries like Denmark, Greece, Luxembourg, Jamaica, Portugal, Georgia, Iceland, Ecuador, Syria, and Peru and senior diplomats from many others.
The Exhibition showcased paintings from countries like Sri Lanka and Myanmar and how Buddhism traversed across different countries.
The aim of the exhibition is to delve into an exploration of the spirituality of art and its elements related to Buddhism and its journey expressing the universal values of wisdom, compassion, and peace.
The iconic Indian artist Nandalal Bose has explored the life and teachings of Buddha and his path of spirituality through line drawings with an ethereal quality.
The scenic Himalayas in its true beauty find their representation in the works of Nicholas Roerich and Bireswar Sen.
The diplomatic corps appreciated the Exhibition and the cultural programme as they got to know more about the life of Lord Buddha and the values espoused by him.
The Exhibition is open to the public till June 10 at the National Gallery of Modern Arts, India Gate.
This report is filed by ANI news service.