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Some serious Delhi travellers, bikers and just adventure lovers could not get enough of stories, told by Rimas Bružas and Aurimas Mockus about their journey „From Baltics to Bengal“ at the „Kunzum Travel Cafe“ recently. The duo followed the route of the prominent Lithuanian traveller Antanas Paškevičius (Poška) trip to India 90 years ago.

 

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Renowned Lithuanian Catholic priest Fr. Ričardas Doveika has visited India recently. During his trip he specially paid a visit to the former cathedral of Lady of Mt. Carmel and St. Joseph in Verapoly (Kerala), where the Holy Mass in Latin language was held in commemoration of the Lithuanian-born Catholic bishop Nicolaus Szostak, locally known as bishop Florence. It was in this cathedral that Nicolaus Szostak had served as Vicar Apostolic for 22 years (1751-1773) and was burried after his death.

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On November 28 an opening of an exhibition of paintings „Postcards from Rusnė“ took place at the Lithuanian Embassy in New Delhi. The paintings created by international artists from Germany, Georgia, Lithuania and India during the annual plein-air in the charming little town of Rusnė in Western Lithuania were presented for viewing to Delhi art lovers and friends of the Embassy.

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania invites to submit applications for participation int he selection of external service providers accepting applications for visa.

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In 2016 the memorial plaque in the name of the priest of Lithuanian descent Father Mykolas Šostakas was unveiled in the church of Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Joseph in Varapuzha, Kerala. Known to the locals as Father Florencijus, he lived and worked in this parish for 22 years (1751-1773), and was burried there. For the unveiling ceremony the parishioners, under the leadership of their spiritual leader Father Prasad, have organized a big celebration, which was attended in large numbers by the locals. The holy mass was held during which the parishioners got to learn more about the life and service of Mykolas Šostakas in their parish and about Lithuania and India relations.

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