Graphic image of Kattilahalli building.

Finnish-India Society


The Finnish-India-Society is a friendship association. The original name of the society was Suomalaiset Intian ystävät ry. (the Finnish Friends of India). Initially it was a community for people interested in Indian philosophy and Gandhism. Today the Finnish-Indian Society organizes a variety of program related to the Indian culture, like lectures, courses and cultural events. It has been working since 1949.

Our mission is to make Indian culture more known in Finland. We also want to be a forum for Indians living in Finland and promote cultural exchange and development cooperation between the two countries.