Thousands of Tibetans witnessed the unveiling of a huge screen of Buddha at the Tibetan settlement at Bylakuppe on Sunday. As part of the valedictory of ‘losar’, new year of the Tibetans, more than 5000 people gathered at the monastery. The huge screen, with the image of Lord Buddha, named ‘Tsela Num Sum’, was unveiled on the occasion. According to sources, the Buddha screen in Bylakuppe is said to be the screen in India.
Meanwhile, monks of golden temple monastery based in Bylakuppe, Periyapatnna taluk, Mysuru district, performed the monastic Cham dance, ahead of the Tibetan New Year celebrations on Sunday.