20. März 13

India 2013: The osb Learning Journey comes to a close

After two days of reflecting the impressions and insights from our sojourn in the very pleasant setting of Kovalam Beach in Kerala, we have returned to the various osb locations in Vienna, Hamburg, and Berlin.

For me personally these two weeks and the months of preparations before have “put India on my mental map”, and I am certain that it will remain there not only through future contacts and visits, but also through a greater awareness in following the news about events and developments in that dynamic subcontinent.

In the name of my fellow travelers, I would like to express our deep gratitude to the many individuals and organizations in Delhi, Hyderabad, and Bangaluru who opened our eyes, minds, and hearts to this country and its people. We appreciate their hospitality, their patience with our often direct and probing questions, and their reflection and thoughtfulness in providing us with answers – and with new questions!

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