Danish Cultural Institute India
We are ready for a new start soon at Danish Cultural Institute India!
In the light of the ongoing pandemic we decided to downsize our activities in India. Since May we have been coordinating our projects from Copenhagen – but now things are looking up. We expect to return to New Delhi in 2022.
Although 2021 was a year, where we at Danish Cultural Institute India downscaled, the institute has not been completely shut down.
One of the activities we look back on is the opening of the Hooghly Heritage Hub – a major project in collaboration with EUNIC, which aims to raise awareness of the Indo-European heritage and history – with a special focus on the areas around the Hooghly River in India.
The project was kick-started with an opening event, which included performances by renowned Indian Bhatiyali singer Saurav Moni.
Read more about the Hooghly Heritage Hub here.