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Günter Grass at the town hall in Gdansk on the occasion of his 80th birthday in 2007.

„Oh, Mister Grass!“

Günter Grass is dead. Germany is mourning one of its most eminent writers.The Goethe-Institut has hardly had a closer relationship with a German cultural figure than with Günter Grass. Over decades, the writer exerted an influence for the Goethe-Institut as a rebellious, disputatious and controversial speaker, with his prose and poetry and his drawings in many countries around the world. His connection with India are his many visits to Kolkata and Mumbai over a period of 30 years. More ...
Climate protection

Climate protection:

The energy transition in Germany is on track.
Rummana Hussain, A Space for Healing, 1999 Metal implements, PVC poles, cloth, plastic objects, gold paints, vermillion red paint, sound component Courtesy Queensland Art Gallery Foundation.

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The internationally acclaimed exhibition in Mumbai.
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Deutsch-3.0:

Language conference: looking back and ahead.

Current Projects

eLibrary of the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan India   deutsch deutsch

eBooks, eAudio, eVideos 24/7 at your fingertips

“Translating Books – Building Bridges”   deutsch deutsch

The Translators-in-Residence Program of the Goethe-Institut for professional translators from abroad

“Schools: Partners for the Future”   deutsch

This initiative by the German Federal Foreign Office wants to arouse interest and enthusiasm for contemporary Germany among youths all over the world.

Alumniportal Deutschland   deutsch deutsch

The Alumniportal Deutschland is the place for foreigners who have finished an education in Germany. The portal offers information, trainings, jobs, networks and a lot more.

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