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A Cultural Guide to Pécs: 8 Art Galleries and Museums 



Glimpses of events from the recent past






Concert of the Haydn Barytontrio in Bangalore in March 2013




DD Bharati to telecast Hungarian series on culture

DD Bharati, will telecast Hungarian art and culture on its weekly window “World Culture” from 9 December.

The pubaster's art and culture channel has signed an MoU with the Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre in Delhi for this purpose.

DD Bharati will kick off the series on 9 December at 7 pm.

The MoU was signed by Usha Bhasin, additional director general, on behalf of Doordarshan and Tibor Kovacs, director, on behalf of Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre.

The year 2013 is the birth centenary of renowned painter Amrita Shergill. Special events will be organised by the Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre and these will be telecast on DD Bharati.


Nasik Nuances

Exhibition of paintings made by a group of Hungarian artists in an art camp in Nasik, was inaugurated at the Marwah Studio, NOIDA, on 16th January 2012


Roma Poets and Writers in Hungarian Literature

10th February 2012


Children's Painting Competition

The theme for this year's competition was "How I feel about old people" and was held on 15th February 2012


Chopin, Liszt and Debussy

An evening dedicated to 19th century composers - Talk and piano recital by Pierre Maréchaux on 28th February 2012


Concert by the Calcutta Trio

On 9th March 2012


Hungarian Cuisine Workshop

Held on 25th March 2012 at the Instituto Cervantes as part of the EUNIC Culinary Festival


Mystical Rapture

Exhibition of Tanjore Paintings by Priya Renganathan inaugurated by H. E. Dr. János Terényi, Ambassador of Hungary, and Naresh Kapuria, Artist and Director of Art and Culture (The Lalit Hotel) on 26th March 2012


Alexander Csoma de Kőrös Commemorative Day

A get-together with the Hungarian language students on 13th April 2012


Alexander Csoma de Kőrös Commemorative Day

Awardees of the Alexander Csoma the Kőrös Hungarology Prize, Delhi 2011: Aakriti Singh (centre) - First Prize, Rishika Kashyap (left) - Second Prize


Press coverage of the Hungarian Centre's programmes



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Commemorating the birth centenary of Amrita Sher-Gil (1913-1941), the famous Indian painter of Hungarian roots in a seminar, held in the Hungarian Centre, New Delhi, in January 2013

Papers of the seminar can be viewed in the following attachments:


Introduction - Amrita Seminar by Navina Sundaram

Amrita Sher-Gil and Ervin Baktay by Dr. Katalin Keserü

Ernő Gottesmann: Chronicler and Archivist by Yashodhara Dalmia

Amrita Sher-Gil and Hungarian Literature by Dr. Margit Köves

The Correspondence between Umrao Singh Sher-Gil and Mari Jászai by Dr. Ágnes Pap








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