India’s culture evening in the intercultural integration club “Culture-Charm”

 On Tuesday, January 13, at 19.00 all the interesents are welcome to the India’s culture evening that will take place in the framework of the intercultural integration club “Culture-Charm” in the Voluntary House, Műkusalas Street 72/ ring button TREPES/ 3d floor.

India is so different and mysterious, because its culture consists of 29 States and seven union territories, where people speak in countless languages. So different are also our recently got acquainted friends, students from India, who supplement their education in Latvia. Especially for this event, students are making the presentation about their native land – India – so different and mysterious! The participants of the evening will have opportunity to taste India’s food and to learn how to eat it corresponding to the Tamil culture that is one of India’s states. Tamils are an ethnic group that speaks in Tamil language. It is an official language in India’s State Tamil Nadu, as well as one of India’s classical languages. With more than 77 million users, it is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world.

During the evening we invite to sink in the sounds of India’s music, to enjoy stylized India’s dances and look into art of henna paintings. However, the most interesting will be to meet, get to know and speak with the students from India, who actively participate in the activities in Latvia. All are welcome, as the activities of the club are open and friendly!

Next club’s meeting will follow on January 20, when we will find out more about culture of Turkey.  

The club “Culture-Charm” is the activity of the Riga Latvian Society project “Unity is our strength” (grant contract No. 2013.EEZ/PP/2/MIC/010/028) implemented by the „Creative Union for Youth „TREPES””, where are invited representatives of minorities, non-citizens and non-governmental organisations.

More information:
Ramona Liepiňa, club’s leader
GSM: +371 28356548



Project is financially supported by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
This publication has been made with European Economic Area’s Financial Mechanism’s and State of Latvia financial support.
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