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October 2006

Address Book Secrets

J.S. Mukul
Consul General of India in Munich

Staatliches Museum für Völkerkunde München
Not only does this museum house a permanent India exhibition with a focus on Hindu and Buddhist architecture, but it also presents a full program of India-related activities and lectures in collaboration with the Indian Insitute of Munich. Maximilianstr. 42, Tel. 210 13 61 26

Swagath means “welcome,” and we always feel that way in this cozy restaurant. They serve the best Indian food in town, and the tandoori and daal are particularly yummy. Prinzregentenplatz 13, Tel. 47 08 48 44

Galerie Müller and Plate (for Contemporary Indian Art)
This quaint little gallery specializes in contemporary art of both well-known and upcoming Indian artists. The current exhibition focuses on the paintings of young Indian talents. Adelheidstr. 28, Tel. 272 14 77

Sangeet Restaurant
Sangeet, which means “music,” is a conveniently located and practical spot for reasonably priced Indian lunch buffets and quick service. Briennerstr. 10, Tel. 28 67 45 58

If you are looking for Indian spices, mangoes or even the latest Bollywood movies, this is the place to pick them up. Adolf-Kolpingstr. 10 (Stachus), Tel. 55 45 22

The Thai and Chinese dishes served at this restaurant are my daughters’ favorites when they want a change from Indian cuisine. Maria-Einsildelstr. 2, Tel. 723 20 31

Waldwirtschaft Grosshesselohe
If you are in the mood for a family outing on a brilliant day, far from Oktoberfest crowds, we recommend this, our favorite beer garden. Located on a hillside over- looking the Isar, it has live music and Bavarian delicacies. Georg-Kalbstr. 3, Tel. 74 49 40 30

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