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EURINDIA is a 36 months project co-funded by the European Commission under the Economic Cross Cultural Programme

This project will focus specifically on the history of the economic relations (commercial, industrial, sea and land trade, etc.), in particular the history of map drawing and textile commerce from XVth century to present time.

The aim is to highlight the historical cross relations between Europe and Asia by surveying, digitising and disseminating on the Internet a large corpus of common historical documents from public domain.

"Lost Palaces of Delhi" Exhibition
EurIndia project and the Alkazi Foundation for the Arts have joint forces to organize the exhibition "Lost Palaces of Delhi", which took place from 7th to 27th December 2006. The famous Indian art center Triveni Kala Sangam in New Delhi hosted the exhibition, which presented a series of photo-prints of rare 18th Century paintings from the Gentil Collection.

Visitors also had the opportunity to attend a seminar on 15th December, with Dr. Jean-Marie Lafont and Dr. Dhir Sarangi as keynote speakers.

Following the great success of the exhibition, the photo-prints will travel around India throughout 2007. Don't forget to visit this website from time to time for information on the dates scheduled.
7-27th December 2006

The Eurindia exhibition in India

One set of the travelling exhibition promoted by Eurindia project is still being exhibited in several places in India.

The Punjab State Archives in Chandigarh is pleased to host the panels showing the main developments of the project from 19th to 30th June 2006.

Then the traveling exhibition will be showed in Goa, Delhi, Kerala, etc. For information on the dates and opening hours, please contact us
20th June 2006
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