- Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) is engaged in restoration works of a trove of more than 600 pages of rare Tibetan manuscripts which contains Buddha’s teachings written in gold letters.
- The restoration work is being carried out at Mak Dhog Monastery in West Bengal.
- The manuscripts contain the ancient Tibetan text called Gyetongba, which contains teachings of Buddhism.
- The manuscripts are in the Tibetan script Sambhota, named after its inventor.
- INTACH is an autonomous non-governmental Indian non-profit society that seeks to preserve Indian culture and heritage.
- It was founded in 1984.
- In 2007, the United Nations awarded INTACH a special consultative status with United Nations Economic and Social Council.