Gurudev Tagore Indian Cultural Centre (GTICC)

Gurudev Tagore Indian Cultural Centre (GTICC) was founded in November 2010, GTICC is the cultural arm of the Embassy of India in Mexico and plays a central role in the promotion of Indian culture in Mexico, The Centre is named in the honour of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, an indian poet and painter, who was highly influential in introducing Indian culture to the world. Tagore is regarded as the outstanding creative artist of early 20th century India and in 1913, he became the first Asian to receive the Nobel Prize. for literature.

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