Dharamsala, July 27 (ANI): Exiled Tibetans in Dharamsala narrated the inside story of their homeland through performing arts in a bid to capture world focus. A group of Tibetan activists, musicians, singers, painters and poets came together with an idea to use performing arts as a medium to show Tibet’s struggle before the people across the globe. Tibetan artists said it was an effort made to gain attention and letting people know about the atrocities committed on Tibetans through various forms of contemporary art. Tibetan artists like Bhuchung Sonam, writer in-exile said that every art expression is important because it conveys the story in its own special way and attracts the world audience. Meanwhile, a tourist from Colombia, Sisa said it was a good idea to convey the message through various art forms and makes it easy for common people to understand what exactly was happening in Tibet. Tibetans in exile in India initiated in different waves. The first set of Tibetans fled in 1959 following the 14th Dalai Lama's self-exile in Dharamsala in India. Another wave followed through opening up of trade and tourism.