7/50 G, Niti Marg, Chanakya Puri, New Delhi -110021 (India)
Phone: +91-11-24673654 | Mob: +91-9310806161, 9811415235 & 9999830250 (For Reservation) |
Email: info@ethiopianculturalcentredelhi.com
The Ethiopian Embassy in India opened the first Ethiopian Cultural Centre in India. The centre was inaugurated on March 19th, 2013 in the Embassy compound by State Minister of Industry Ato Tadesse Haile, and the Ethiopian Ambassador to India, H.E.Gennet Zewide, and officials from the Indian Government, Ambassadors, diplomats and members of the Ethiopian community in Indian. Ato Tadesse said the centre was manifestation of the historic people to people relations between Ethiopia and India and expressed his belief that it would enable a more productive exchange of culture and education and contribute to economic and political relations. Ambassador Gennet said the centre would introduce and promote the various cultures of Ethiopia to the people of India... Read More

Services

The Ethiopian Cultural Centre in New Delhi offers to the Indian/Africans and other Nationals the following services:
  • Information services on every aspect concerning Ethiopian/African culture.
  • Art and Sculpture Gallery.
  • Ethiopian Cafe Lounge.
  • Restaurant serving a mix of Indian/Ethiopian Cuisine.
  • Authentic Ethiopian Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian Food.

Cultural Collaborations

For organizing major events, concerts and some art exhibitions, the Centre's collaborative partners are:
  • Local art and cultural institutions and museums such as the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, the National Museum, the National Gallery of Modern Art, the Lalit Kala Akademi, the Directorate of Film Festivals.
  • Theatres such as the Siri fort Auditorium, the Kamani Auditorium, the Ficci Auditorium, the Nandan Theatre (Kolkata), the National Centre for the Performing arts (Mumbai)
  • Several cultural centres of the city of Delhi such as the India Habitat Centre and the India International Centre.

Authentic Ethiopian Food in Delhi
(Veg and Non Veg)

The Ethiopian Cultural Centre in New Delhi offers to the Indian/Africans and other Nationals the following services:
"Injera", our staple bread, is a flat bread made of "Teff", a fine grain unique to Ethiopia.
Doro wat is perhaps the best known food from Ethiopia and is often referred to as that country's national dish.
Lentil salad seasoned with herbs and spices Spelling Variations: Azifa, Azefa