Palampur (Himachal), Nov 27 (ANI): Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has said that the world must learn religious harmony from India.
Addressing the three-day long 18th annual conference of the Vitreo-Retinal Society of here on Thursday, he said the religious harmony is still very much alive in India. So this rest of the world must learn that."
The Tibetan spiritual leader also spoke about the significance of eyes, the most important organ. He also released a book on the occasion.
About hundred eye surgeons from across the country and abroad have gathered at the Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology (IHBT) here. They are here to deliberate over the new skills and inventions in their field.
"We need to update our self with the latest technologies which come in our field, which is a very fast changing field. So this is a place where they all come and share their experiences, the new studies and the research," said Rahul Sharma, Organising secretary of the national conference of Vitreo-retinal society of India.
Founded in the year 1992, the Vitreo-retinal society of India, promotes the practice and research of the diseases of retina and vitreous.
The conference concludes on Saturday. (ANI)