The first Britain or British-India’s relationship with Tibet began after her losing of trade ties with Nepal in the aftermath of rise of Gorkha rule in Nepal in 1769 AD.
When China invaded Tibet in 1950, it promised to bring modernity to the isolated feudal kingdom. Instead, it brought a reign of religious and cultural repression that drove the Tibetan government into exile, including its supreme religious and political leader.
As a part of “2004 as the Year of Tibet” program Bharat- Tibbat Sahyog Manch Haryana State organized a public meeting on Tibet at S.D. School, Ambala Cantt on October 13, 2004.
On 17th, October, 2004, the Tibetan Students’ Association, Baroda (TSAB) had organized a “Seminar on Tibet” at hotel Surya in Baroda, Gujarat. It was started at half past nine in the morning.