India Through The Eyes of an Indian


16.08.2017, 19:00

As part of the 71st Independence Day of India, an Indian girl – born and raised in a slum in Bombay – wishes to speak about her Motherland in the way her fellow earthlings would understand.
India is no stranger to controversy and neither is it new to praise.

Its poverty is inhuman and its philosophy is other worldly/transcendental, so why is there such a sharp contrast?

Come join this girl over a cup of freshly brewed Indian tea and learn what she thinks of her nation, because movies made by foreigners on India are a foreign perspective.

Let’s understand the second oldest civilization through a member of that civilization instead.

Ziferblat is a place for socialising where you pay for time. Students are 4 cents per minute, non-students are 5 cents. Because we don’t want you to hurry, clocks for this event will stop after 60 mins.

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V sklopu 71. dneva neodvisnosti Indije, želi indijsko dekle – rojena in vzgojena v slumih Bombaja – spregovoriti o svoji materni deželi na način, ki ga bodo njeni sozemljani razumeli. Indija ni tuja kontroverznostim, prav tako ne hvali.

Njena revščina je nečloveška, filozofija pa transcedentalna. Zakaj je prišlo do takega kontrasta?

Pridruži se dekletu ob skodelici svežega indijskega čaja in prisluhni njenemu mnenju o lastnem narodu. Filmi o Indiji, ki jih posnamejo tujci, so perspektiva zunanjih opazovalcev, poskusimo tokrat razumeti drugo najstarejšo civilizacijo skozi oči nekoga, ki je del te civilizacije.

Ziferblat je prostor za druženje, kjer se plačuje čas. Velja, da je ena minuta = 5 centov. Za študente in dijake je 1 minuta = 4 cente.
Ker ne bi radi, da se vam mudi in si želimo, da si vzamete čas, bomo ure ustavili po 60 minutah.