ΤΑΞΙΔΙ ΣΤΗΝ ΙΝΔΙΑ

December 7th, 2010 by

 Δήμητρα Νούση “No laptop madam?” Ο υπάλληλος με κοίταξε με έκπληξη και περιέργεια από την κορυφή ως τα νύχια. Η οθόνη ελέγχου των χειραποσκευών διέψευδε τις προσδοκίες του. Πριν προλάβω να απαντήσω ακούστηκε η ίδια ερώτηση από το συνάδελφό του δίπλα μου. Σχεδόν με μάλωσε. “No laptop madam?” Δυο ζευγάρια μάτια ομοιόχρωμα με κοράκια, σανContinue reading


Special Celebration for the 141st Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi

October 2nd, 2010 by

The Indo-Hellenic Society for Culture and Development  The Economic University of Athens & The Indian Embassy in Athens  are organizing a special celebration on the occasion of the 141st anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi On Friday 1 October 2010, hour 18 p.m. at the Economic University of Athens [Α.S.Ο.Ε.Ε.] 76 Patission str. Program: Greeting by Professor Epaminonda Pana,Continue reading


Beyond Copenhagen: New Pathways to Sustainable Development

July 4th, 2010 by
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Speech of the Prime Minister of Greece, Mr. Andreas Papandreou in Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2010,  New Delhi “Ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much. I would like to thank the Energy and Resource Institute, Dr. Rajenda Pachauri and of course the IPCC for the work that you have been doing. Obviously in Copenhagen we hadContinue reading


Tunji Mela: Festival of Indian Music

June 12th, 2010 by
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21 May – 12 June Athens, Parga, Arta Τhe Ιndo-Ηellenic Society for Culture and Development (ELINEPA) and the Cultural Non Profit Organization Diadrasi with the kind support of the Indian Embassy in Greece organized an Indian classical music festival (Dhrupad and Kayal) with the following renowned artists invited from India: Uday Bhawalkar (Dhrupad singer) Pandit Sri Kant Mishra (Pakhawaj) VinodContinue reading


THE APOLLONIAN SMILE

June 1st, 2010 by
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Poem by Dimitrios Vassiliadis  Oh God of harmony and non-multiplicity  you who disperses the sun’s life-giving energy sweetens Buddha’s marble shape and smiles at a child’s pure face Do let your bright smile touch our frowned faces illuminate our dimmed intellects and calm our tired souls so we can see this exquisite beauty of yours whichContinue reading


HESIOD’S FIVE RACES AND THE INDIAN FOUR YUGAS

May 11th, 2010 by

Nicolas Kazanas The legend of the Five Races in Hesiod’s Works and Days, 109-201, and the Four Yugas (=Ages) in India (MB III, 14-8, 1866-9) has parallels in NE cultures and must therefore be discussed with reference to the NE sources as well. In his edition of Works and Days (hereafter, W and page-number), M L West examines fourContinue reading


Οι Ινδοευρωπαίοι – Μέρος Α’ Γλώσσα & Πολιτισμός

May 9th, 2010 by
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Οι Ινδοευρωπαίοι – Μέρος Α’ Γλώσσα & Πολιτισμός του Γεώργιου Κ. Γιαννάκη, Παρουσίαση Ανδρέα Κατώνη (pdf)


CURSE OF HUMAN SMUGGLING

April 20th, 2010 by

by Bhaskar Balakrishnan The Tribune, 18 April 2010 IN many countries, human smuggling from India has led to various problems. Visa restrictions have been imposed so that Indians wishing to travel for genuine reasons such as tourism, business, or education, have suffered. India has been participating in international discussions such as the Bali process toContinue reading


International Seminar οn Greece beyond Greece

April 19th, 2010 by
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The Indian society of Greek and Roman Studies, the Greek chair, Jawaharlal Nehru University and the Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies, JNU, New Delhi were jointly organized an International Seminar on “Greece beyond Greece” (With Special Reference to Vedic, Greek and Iranian Parallels: The cultural Triangle) from 17th to 19th April, 2010 at the JawaharlalContinue reading


Farewell Dinner to H.E. the Ambassador of India Mr. Dilip Sinha

February 21st, 2010 by
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The Indo-Hellenic Society for Culture and Development organized its annual Indian Dinner on Sunday 21 February 2010 at 21.00 at the Indian Restaurant “Iskandar” in Alimos (Amfitheas 6 and Poseidonos Avenue, tel. 210-9886474). Chief Guests were H.E. the Ambassador of India to Greece Mr. Dilip Sinha and his wife, who had to return soon afterwardsContinue reading