"India Summer Days" Online for the First Time
Digital formats under the umbrella brand # indiasummerdays2020
India in all its colors: This is how the "India Summer Days" in Karlsruhe have presented themselves since their premiere in 2017 and have quickly developed into one of the largest India festivals in Germany. Karlsruhe celebrates with the "India Summer Days", organized by "Karlsruhe Marketing und Event", the strong German-Indian partnership between Baden-Württemberg and Maharashtra in the areas of business and culture.
In turbulent times like the one we are currently experiencing, social cohesion across national borders is more important than ever. Even if the "India Summer Days" cannot take place as planned as part of the pre-festival week of South Germany's largest family festival Das Fest, the India lover does not have to do without experiencing a piece of Indian culture.
Celebrations for International Day of Yoga
A series of activities across the country
The Ministry of Tourism’s week-long celebrations of International day of Yoga began on 15th June, 2020 with a series of activities undertaken by its regional Offices across the country and launch of social media activities focussed on the subject of Yoga under central theme “Yoga @ home & Yoga with family”.
These activities have been planned with the motive to drive a self-conscious state of healthy mind and body during the lockdown, the activities have been made accessible through the virtual medium.
Good Cooperation between the States
Karlsruhe/Pune & Baden-Württemberg/Maharashtra
A pillar of the good cooperation between the states of Baden-Württemberg and Maharashtra are the “India Summer Days” in Karlsruhe, which have taken place annually since its successful premiere 2017 (around 15,000 visitors).
The economic cooperation between Karlsruhe and Pune, which has existed for many years, will be further strengthened and expanded to the cultural field.
India may be experienced online
Online communication platform - #indiasummerdays2020
The strong German-Indian partnership between Baden-Württemberg and Maharashtra – especially in the areas of business and culture – is celebrated every year within the "India Summer Days" in Karlsruhe. But due to corona restrictions, this cannot take place this year: However India may be experienced 2020 online "in" Karlsruhe – but in turbulent times, social cohesion across national borders is more important than ever!
The organizers of the “India Summer Days” therefore want to use the original event date from July 17 to 19 2020 to offer project partners an online communication platform: