Things are Slowly Starting Again
Indian consul general informs himself in Karlsruhe
Mohit Yadav, the Indian consul general for Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, was in Karlsruhe for an information visit in mid-August 2020. Yadav came to Munich from the Foreign Ministry in February - and now visited partners of Baden-Württemberg's cooperation with India in Karlsruhe.
It was also about presenting the city as a hub for innovation, science and Indo-German collaboration in the Creative Park Karlsruhe. After all, there are numerous collaborations between Karlsruhe and Indian partners - whether city administration, research institutions, companies or cultural institutions. Exchange on potential fields of collaboration was therefore on the agenda.
Karlsruhe in the European Focus
Sensational premiere of the digital edition of "Schlosslichtspiele"
The premiere for the "Schlosslichtspiele" (Castle light show) in Karlsruhe in its digital Edition was more than successful. There were more with overheating servers than 100,000 PCs, smartphones, tablets or internet-enabled TV sets switched on and let people from all over the world watch the shows Title "Demolition in Reality - Departure into Virtuality" on the Track the virtual castle facade.
“This year's edition of the "Schlosslichtspiele" is a very special one, ”said the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen in her greeting message to Opening of the digital edition. And “not just because you because of the Watching the pandemic from home, but because the "Schlosslichtspiele" this year dedicated to our planet and the European Green Deal are. ”Both“ Attitude Indicator ”from TNL and“ Changes³ ”from Armor Schmie.de, the extra for this year's "Schlosslichtspiele" - Digital edition were created impressively with memorable images with the topic.
More projects are planned with the Goethe Institute in Pune
At the end of July 2020, Miriam Bruns, the new head of the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan in Pune, visited the city of Karlsruhe and the players around the “India Board Karlsruhe”. After all, the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan is also a partner of the “India Summer Days”, which were held online this year - with a program from Pune!
Bharatanatyam, Yoga, Tablas & Cooking Workshops
“India Summer Days” could be experienced online for the first time
The long-standing and good partnership between India and Germany, Maharashtra and Baden-Württemberg, Pune and Karlsruhe - had a cultural output with the "India Summer Days" for three years - in Karlsruhe. A festival worth experiencing the city, which showed the great diversity of India.