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India Club (India klub), Mlynárovičova 24, Bratislava

India Club (India klub), Mlynárovičova 24, Bratislava


Slovak – India Friendship Society (Spoločnosť Indicko – slovenského priateľstva), Považská 49, Trenčín, www.slovindia.greenheart.sk



Indian restaurants



Ashoka, Živnostenská 2, Bratislava


Bakchus Vináreň (traditional Slovak cuisine complemented with Indian meals), Hlboká cesta 5, Bratislava,www.bakchus-vinaren.sk


Delicious India, Aupark, Bratislava Petržalka Shopping Palace, Bratislava Zlaté Piesky


Ganesh Utsav, Vysoká 2A, Bratislava,www.ganesh.sk


Góvinda, Obchodná 30, Bratislava, Puškinova 8, Košice Hlavná 70, Prešov, www.govinda.sk


Krishna, Botel Marina, Nábrežie arm. gen. L. Svobodu, Bratislava, www.indickarestauracia.sk



Sale of Indian food


Namaste India, Dom techniky, Škultétyho 1, Bratislava, www.popy.sk



Ayur Ganesh Medical Centre – Ayurvedic Medical Centre Ayur Ganesh in Bratislava is the first centre of its kind in Slovakia, www.ayurganesh.sk


Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia


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