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Lithuanian and Sanskrit Languages are some of the oldest in the world and share great similarities. Lithuanian Embassy in association with Vilnius University and Lithuanian language Institute has published a dictionary of auspicious 108 words in Lithuanian and Sanskrit which sound and mean the same.
To further showcase this linguistic similarity Lithuanian Embassy in New Delhi has initiated street art project in collaboration with the Delhi Street Art, the Harcourt Butler school in Delhi and the winner of the „Young Painter Prize Baltics“ and „Best Street Artist in Europe 2022“, Linas Kaziulionis.
On January 25th, 2023 Lithuanian Embassy in India, with partners and friends in New Delhi, has started the year long celebrations of 700-th Birth Anniversary of Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
On January 16th Diana Mickeviečienė, Ambassador-designate of the Republic of Lithuania to the Republic of India visited Centre for Baltic Culture and Studies at the Dev Sanskriti Vishwa Vidyalaya (DSVV) campus in Haridwar.
On January 13, the Embassy of Lithuania to India hold a commemoration evening of the Defenders of Lithuania’s Freedom. The 13th of January marks the anniversary of events in 1991 when unarmed and singing Lithuania challenged the aggression of the Soviet Union. Soviet tanks killed 14 and injured around 1000 civilians who stood tall defending the Lithuanian Parliament and the main TV tower. These defenders became the symbol of Unity for the people of Lithuania and of victory in the fight for Freedom.