Archive for Lucy

cross the border


Now there’s time to think about several things are not beeing answered: one of the things that really matters to me: How’s the relationship between religion and culture in India? Is it really so close together as I have seen and felt it? During the heritage walk in Ahmedabad I was stunned about the fact that apparently there exists no borderlines. This was another valueable experience.


Back again


We left Delhi at 4 am and after a pleasent flight incl. a smooth landing (even Julia said so) we safely arrived Frankfurt and via ICE finally Hanover yesterday in the late afternoon.
How does Germany looks like after the impressing and exciting experiences in India? To be honest: boring! No horns are blowing, people are ignoring us, it is cloudy and having currently 8 degrees it’s definitly too cold for everything.
Thanx again to all indian and german students - you were working very hard and serious on the project and your efforts were a success. Apard from this I find the stay at NID delightful not at least because of your kindness and your professionalism. Looking back on the last two weeks in India I have seen many things I haven’t considered possible and find this country full of extremes. And as opposites attract, I’ve left a peace of me in india.

Hope to see you all again - please carry on with blogging.


kick off


heading india.
We’ll be off tomorrow - time’s getting short.