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.
Experience India - online in these times
This year - due to the coronavirus - the "India Summer Days" could not take place at the usual place, but the organisers of "Karlsruhe Marketing and Event" knitted an online program that presented the diversity of India for three days.
Whether lectures and workshops on yoga and Ayurveda, dance and music performances from Bharatanatyam to Bollywood, art and cooking workshops, virtual museum tours or presentations by the Goethe-Institut Pune: The "India Summer Days" were nevertheless open to online visitors in all their diversity demonstrate.
"A success", so the conclusion of the organisers, who of course were able to rely on the long-time partners also
in 2020 - including the team around Shreeguru Dr. Balaji També, "D4Dance", "Revathi Dance", "Lasya Priya Fine Arts", the Raja Kelkar Museum in Pune or the Goethe Institute in Pune.
Since the premiere in 2017, the "India Summer Days" in Karlsruhe have developed into one of the largest India festivals in Germany! As part of the good partnership, they bring a piece of Indian culture to Karlsruhe.
Info: In 2021 the "India Summer Days" are planned again in mid-July - live, www.indiasummerdays.de