Indian Family Association Wolfsburg e.V. (IFV) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to Indian cultural events and festivities. In the recent years, a lot of Indians reside in Wolfsburg and work for VW, primarily occupied in Mechanical Engineering, IT-Technology, diplomats and business professions. Diwali is our best-loved festival celebrated in a grandiose manner with fireworks in Wolfsburg every year.
The main objective of this association is to hold the Indian Community together to their base, nuture their tradition and to guide the new generation with the different ways of life: living abroad in two extremely different cultures to coexist. With every passing year, we get more guests, and get to know more people. Along with this comes the added benefit of sharing our culture with International Audience. One day we expect to have IFV as the biggest Indian Organisation in the Northern Germany.
IFV will help new-comers feel at home, support them with information regarding Visa and German lifestyle. IFV also intends to arrange tours to different parts of Europe, Get-together Dinners, Diwali, Holi celebrations, Summer fest, BBQ evenings, picnics and many other activities. In the years to come, our children will be proud of this Association to have given them not only the local German and English knowledge but also a glimpse of their own culture.
We have been celebrating Deepavali / Diwali since 2011. With every year, grows the expectations, events and our guests. This year, we will be celebrating Diwali - on Saturday 5. Nov. 2016 from 18:00 at Congresspark, with lots of pump and show. We invite you with all our heart to experience the glamour of the Lichterfest / Deepavali in Wolfsburg.
We have special offers, exclusive to our IFV Members. Buy your Diwali ticket at 15€* per person by writing us an Email or picking them in person.
Booking Diwali Tickets, for all of you, our Guests (non IFV-Members) is now just a click away! Book your tickets at a non-member price of 25€ directly here.You can always become our Member and avail our Member-Price Ticket right away this Diwali!
Entrance fee includes a delicious Indian dinner and allows you to enjoy an evening filled with Indian dance, music, Firework show and to get to know a lot of new people. Drinks are available at reasonable prices.
Book your Tickets before 30.October 2016 and avail our Earlybird offer* at the following prices:
You can also grab the tickets (limited) at the reception desk on Diwali Night 05.November 2016 for 30€*!
Home to the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation and a region of historic trade routes and vast empires, the Indian subcontinent was identified with its commercial and cultural wealth for much of its long history. Indian cultural history spans more than 4,500 years. Much of Indian architecture, including the Taj Mahal, other works of Mughal architecture, and South Indian architecture, blends ancient local traditions with imported styles. The Taj Mahal, has been described in the UNESCO World Heritage List as "the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world's heritage". The political boundaries of India encompass a wide range of ecozones—desert, high mountains, highlands, tropical and temperate forests, swamplands, plains, grasslands, areas surrounding rivers, as well as island archipelago. India offers a different aspect of her personality – exotic, extravagant, elegant, eclectic -- to each traveller to the country.
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