2018 marks 70 years of the British Council in India. We have been inspired by India every day of the last 70 years and want to build on the connections and impact of our work, share those stories and inspire millions of young people for the next 70 years.
Inspired by India: Celebrating British Council's 70 years in India
'The 70 Words Project', bring to light how India has influenced and inspired the English language over the years.
Discover the sights and sounds of India's wonderful cities through their music on Mix The City!
As part of our 70th anniversary celebrations, we awarded fully-funded scholarships to 100 Indian women to study Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at UK's top colleges.
British Council hosted the biggest-ever Commonwealth Big Lunch with 30,000 students of Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences and 53 Commonwealth High Commissioners sharing a meal together.
This year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show saw its first Indian garden - India: A Billion Dreams, commissioned by British Council and designed by award-winning designer Sarah Eberle.
Changing Moves Changing Minds challenges gender stereotypes and opens up opportunities to girls and boys through play, cricket and dance.
Bengal’s Durga is an exhibition of photographs depicting the Durga Puja of West Bengal, at Totally Thames 2018.
The second call was launched to capture the many stories and collective memories of our work since 1948.
A special exhibition and talk by Antony Peattie about UK artist Howard Hodgkin, creator of the iconic banyan tree mural on the British Council Delhi building's façade.