New Delhi, Jan 2 (SocialNews.XYZ) From JLF to AKLF to Karam, a true literary festival awaits enthusiasts in 2023.
They will kick off with the 14th Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival (AKLF) in partnership with the Indian Museum from January 12th to January 15th.
The first international literary festival in Kolkata and the East India, AKLF is the only literary festival hosted by a 100-year-old bookstore after going online twice in a row due to Covid. Oxford Bookstore.
The theme of this year’s AKLF is the Oxford Bookstore’s 100th anniversary. Renowned American author of ‘The Color Purple’, Alice Walker, will attend AKLF 2023 alongside renowned international, national and diaspora authors.
Priti Paul, Director of Apeejay Surrendra Group said: The future of the Oxford Bookstore. After two years of virtual editions, we are pleased to announce that the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival has returned to physical form in partnership with the magnificent heritage institution, the Museum of India.In a historic building There is and Oxford Bookstore, an authentic Kolkata institution. ”
PragatiE Vichar Literature Festival: India is experiencing a significant increase in literary output across the globe and is now overtaking other countries as one of the top consumers of literature. To commemorate this literary journey, a six-day mega event is planned from January 9th to 14th. The event will run virtually from January 9th through his January 13th and physically on January 14th, and will also include an awards ceremony.
The PragatiE Vichar Literature Festival 2023 (PVLF) celebrates every corner of the literary ecosystem. It reaches a wider audience through author marathons (multi-day themed sessions) and provides the opportunity to be recognized through awards for authors, books and publishers. This year’s theme is “Moving Humanity Forward”.
The event will be conceived by Frontlist and hosted by PragatiE. This gives these creators the tools and platform they need to market themselves. New writers are encouraged and inspired by the PVLF to increase their public presence and spread Indian literature around the world.
Kolkata Literary Society (Kalam): The Tata Steele Kolkata Literary Society (Kalam) in association with The Victoria Memorial is back in its 11th edition, the city’s annual event for books and ideas. The 11th edition he is scheduled for January 21-26.
Then comes the Big Daddy, Jaipur Literature Festival, which will see the capital of Rajasthan vibrate with exhilarating energy from 19-23 January. The city lights up when the Literature Festival is celebrated with a caravan of ideas and inspiring sessions featuring the best thinkers, writers, leaders and entertainers.
As a Friend of the Festival (FOF), you can experience the best of this gorgeous feast of ideas.
FOF attendees will have easy access to the exclusive Friends of the Festival Lounge, where airport transfers, shuttle services and specially curated meals will be provided. Attendees are invited to evening cocktails, the Jaipur Music Stage and a spectacular Heritage Evening with the historic Amber Fort as the backdrop.
Arth – A Culture Fest: Season 5 Arth returns to the surface after two years in the online version. This season’s Earth will take place February 24-26, 2023 at Thunder’s Nursery. This season will see two stages, over 100 speakers, renowned performers, a curated segment for children, a traditional crafts fair and workshop section, and a large food plaza.
Advertised as India’s first multi-regional cultural festival, Arth aims to celebrate India’s rich culture, heritage, traditions, languages and, above all, our true history.
Topics range from Indology, Religion and Spirituality, Indian Science and Traditional Knowledge, Arts and Crafts to social, economic and diplomatic relations with other countries. It aims to uncover alternative narratives of India through an entertainment-driven conclave that keeps Indian art, culture, literature, faith and society alive.
Kerala Literature Festival: The premier literature festival held annually on the beach of Calicut. The KLF is a non-aligned platform, committed to providing an open and liberal forum for debate and debate to promote progressive discourse. is scheduled for the 15th.
The KLF brings writers, thinkers, and activists closer to people of diverse backgrounds and interests, allowing them to freely exercise their freedom of thought and expression. Billed as “the greatest celebration of words, ideas and stories,” the Kerala Literature Festival has quickly become one of the largest cultural gatherings in Asia and the largest event in South India.
Every year, the KLF welcomes Nobel laureates, Oscar winners, Booker Prize winners and other celebrities. Sessions at the KLF aim to map the literature through discussions on areas such as history and politics, economics, science, art, film and culture, technology, genomics, the environment, business and health.
Kalinga Literature Fest: Odisha Media Info Service (OMIS) Private Ltd and Odisha Dairy Foundation (ODF) will hold the 9th Kalinga Literary Festival (KLF) on 24th, 25th and 26th February to celebrate this event in the smart city of Bhubaneswar. Celebrate the creative spirit. And it celebrates the literary diversity it offers, bringing you conversations with some of the best minds in the literary world inside and outside of Orissa and India.
Academics, authors, political and social activists, legislators, government officials, business leaders, students and people from all walks of life soak up the festival’s vibrant atmosphere and discuss their favorite authors and works. . Several well-known literary and cinematic personalities are expected to attend the event.
At the KLF, as in the last three years, people from different traditions, regions and cultures represent our country’s incredible literary diversity. Literature from different regions of India complements that of Orissa, and organizers look forward to creative and productive dialogue between literary genres and traditions.
What is promised is an eclectic mix of celebrity authors, thinkers and cinematic luminaries blended with inspiring discussions that feed your creativity and thinking, both aesthetically and intellectually illuminating. It’s a festival.
Hyderabad Literature Festival: The Hyderabad Literature Festival (HLF) is an annual event that celebrates creativity in all its forms. The HLF is an interdisciplinary and multilingual event, attended by over 100 writers, artists, academics, scholars and publishers from India and abroad each year.
HLF 2023 is organized by Hyderabad Literature Trust and is supported by several literary and cultural organizations and publishers. For the first time in two years, HLF 2023 will be held in offline mode at Vidyaranya High School.
HLF is scheduled for January 27-29. The Festival for All program includes conversations, panel discussions, readings, workshops, exhibitions, cultural programs, film screenings, and events for college and school children.
Delhi Literature Festival: The beautiful historical city of Delhi with its diverse literary and cultural heritage hosts the Delhi Literature Festival (DLF) for three days each winter around February.
DLF started in 2013 and planned literary events including panel discussions, book readings, book launches, workshops, live performances, speaker events, poetry, music, theater and film.
With the aim of promoting arts, culture and literature, the Delhi Literature Festival not only witnesses the active participation from eminent award-winning authors, journalists as well as young aspiring writers, Delhi is India’s Being a political capital, the participation of political class, government officials, diplomats interested in books and literature.
The Delhi Literature Festival is the first of its kind in the city and offers a great opportunity for the exchange of creativity, imagination and ideas.
Over three sunny winter afternoons, followed by cool evenings, locally-grown talents and well-known authors, journalists, poets and novelists share their works, thoughts and ideas with the ‘Dili Heart’ audience. .
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