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LECTURES AND SEMINARS – ALL THE YEARS

INDIKA 2022

International Conference “The Greek World and India: History, Culture and Trade from the Hellenistic period to Modern Times”
12-16 December 2022: Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi


“The Theater of the Oppressed as a catalyst for social change in India” – Lectures by Jana Sanskriti
24 October 2022: Department of Theater Studies of the University of Peloponnese, Nafplio


“The Theater of the Oppressed as a catalyst for social change in India” – Lectures by Jana Sanskriti
14 October 2022: Technochoros FABRICA, Athens


GIBA’s Participation in the Indo-Asian Business Excellence Summit 2022
10 September 2022: New Delhi


Seminar: South Asia and Hellenism
7, 14, 21, 28 September 2022, Athens Center for Indian and Indo-Hellenic Studies


GIBA’s Participation in the World Book & Copyright Day, James Mimikos
23 April 2022: Indian Reprographic Rights Organization (IPPR) and The Federation of Indian Publishers.


World Conference on the “Greeks, Kushans, Huns and Gurjars: Cultural legacy in the Indian subcontinent”
5 to 8 April 2022:  Indo-Hellenic Research Center, New Delhi


The support of the Greek community of Bengal in the revolution of 1821, Dr. Dimitrios Vassiliadis
25 March 2022: ERT – Proto Programma


Speech by Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias
23 March 2022: Jawaharlal Nehru University


“Salt Satyagraha” online speech by Dr. Shobhana Radhakrishna
12 March 2022: INDIKA NET


Padma Shri Award to Prof. Nikolas Kazanas, Lina Mendoni
1 March 2022: Embassy of India, Athens


Three Lectures on the History and Culture of South Asia
7, 14, 21 February 2022: Athens Center for Indian & Indo-Hellenic Studies


International Webinar on Amalgamation of Hellenistic and Indian Elements
29-31 January 2022: S.M.P. Covt. Girls PG College, Meerut, (U.P), India 


Online event on “Greeks and Buddhism” in Kyiv
15 January 2022: Budlab  (Buddhological Laboratory in Ukraine, Kyiv)


Indian Philosophy Course, “Sankhya, Yoga, Rationalism and Realism”
12 January 2022: Athens Center for Indian & Indo-Hellenic Studies