From Galdan Namchot in northern India to Cochin Carnival in the south. From Rann Utsav in the west to Wangala in the northeast. The diversity of festivals on the Subcontinent is just as colorful as the festivals themselves. Today we present a highlight from Nagaland: The Hornbill Festival. [more …]
Kochi: 17 January until 28 February
André Lützen's Living Climate: A Tale of Three Cities, an exhibition of photographs opens at URU Art Harbour, Kochangadi, Kochi. The exhibition focusses on three cities with very different weather conditions: Kochi in Southern India, Arkhangelsk in North-West Russia and Khartoum in Sudan.
Studying German in 2018: We have asked our students about their motivation. Why do you learn German? What encourages you? What do you want to achieve? [more …]
What’s happening these days in classical music in Germany? Around the 15th of each month we join forces with BR Klassik to showcase current CD releases of classical and contemporary music, as well as noteworthy developments in the German-speaking classical scene. You can subscribe to the Klassikcast on RSSFeeds or iTunes!
Cultural exchange thrives through personal encounters. The Goethe-Institut and its partners offer varied opportunities in residencies, trainings and workshops in Germany, in India or online. Recent opportunities are listed here.