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Important information!

In view of the Kolkata Municipal Elections to be held tomorrow, 18 April 2015, the Institute will remain closed.


Forget me not


Vergiss mein nicht (Forget Me Not)
A film by David Sieveking
colour, 88 min., 2011/12
22.04.2015, 6:30 pm
Goethe-Institut Auditorium More ...

Make it in Germany

Make it in Germany:

Living and working in Germany.
Ticket to Berlin

Ticket to Berlin:

Six candidates, two teams, one destination: Berlin.
Günter Grass

On the death of Günter Grass:

Germany is mourning.

Learn German, go global!  

Our next A1 Course!
04.05.2015 – 24.07.2015 (14 Weeks)
3 pm – 5:15 pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday

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German Courses & Examinations

Learn about German courses and examinations in Kolkata. More ...


Learn more about society, politics, and culture in Germany. More ...


Here you’ll find more information about our events in Kolkata. More ...

Friday Films @Max Mueller Bhavan   deutsch deutsch

Enjoy some Friday nights watching a few interesting films from the German Film Archive!

The Initiative „Schools: Partners for the Future“   deutsch deutsch

and Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan present a variety of programmes for and together with the German Partner Schools in Kolkata.


Goethe-Institut Kolkata
Max Mueller Bhavan

8, Ballygunge Circular Road
Kolkata 700019, India
phone: +91 33 2486-6398, 2486-6424
fax +91 33 2486-5188
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Film Archive South Asia

Our collection has over 130 feature films that can be borrowed free of charge for non-commercial screenings by film clubs, film festivals, and other cultural and educational institutions as well as all the branches of the Goethe-Institut in South Asia.