Baltic Culture & Studies Centre in India will bridge our common roots

  • 2016-10-05
  • Linas Jegelevicius
With the opening of the Baltic Culture & Studies Centre in India in early August, the Baltics and India have just gotten by a big stride closer. At the helm of the Centre stands Sigma Ankrava, professor at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Latvia. Although India, Latvia, and Lithuania are linked by the genuine linguistic link — Latvian and Lithuanian originate from Sanskrit, the primary sacred language of Hinduism — the turning point in establishing such a Centre has come comparably recently, in 2013. Ms Ankrava kindly answered The Baltic Times’ questions....
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