India has 22 official languages and throughout its history has generated rich literary traditions in these languages that reflect the immense diversity of its culture. Casa de la India since its origins has aimed to promote the literatures of India as fundamental forms of expression through book presentations by Indian and Spanish authors on diverse Indian themes, as well as conferences and round table discussions on Indian literature, and lectures by prestigious writers from India. These have taken place at Casa de la India and at various Spanish universities. Casa de la India also promotes the presence of Indian authors at Spanish literature festivals such as the Hay Festival Segovia and of Spanish authors at Indian literature festivals such as the Jaipur Literature Festival or the Kerala Literature Festival, among others.
Casa de la India also organizes the annual Rabindranath Tagore Memorial Lecture commemorating the birth date of the Bengali poet and Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore, on which Casa de la India has one of the most important private book collections in the world.
Also worth highlighting is the "Spain-India Writers Meeting" project, organized with the support of AC / E (Spanish Cultural Action) and the ICCR (Indian Council of Cultural Relations), which promotes literary meetings of authors from India and Spain. With these initiatives Casa de la India wants to promote literary translation projects in order to fill a gap in the body of translations of contemporary Indian literature in Spanish publishing houses, and vice versa.