Jalandhar April 4 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- The Heritage Club of Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar organised an excursion for its students to Dharmashala, Maclodganj and Dharamkot. Nearly 60 students were accompanied by 5 teachers.
The purpose of this excursion was to introduce them to Buddhism and its culture.During this 2 night and 3 day excursion, the students visited Namgyal Monastery, Kalachakra temple, Bhagsunag temple, St John Church in wilderness, Dalai Lama Temple, Naddi and Norbulingka Institute of Fine Arts, Kangra Fort.The students had also gone for trekking at Triund Trek. They had the first-hand experience of textile art, woodcarving, paintings, sculpture and Buddhist art and had a good time.
Dr. Neerja Dhingra, Principal ACFA congratulated Mr. Vishav Bandhu Verma, Ms. Rajni Kumar, Ms. Anupreet and Ms. Rashmi for successfully organizing the excursion.