literature

-August 17, 2023

Businessman Nidhi Dalmia talks about his latest novel, Afternoon, which talks about lives of three individuals in the 1960s

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-April 30, 2023

Octogenarian KL Narang Saaqi has spent his life compiling humour, witty sayings of Urdu litterateurs while balancing his passion with ups and downs of his business

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-July 18, 2022

The lane that is now seen as the go-to place for kebabs and other Mughlai cuisines was once the hub of Urdu literature. With multiple shops flooded with Urdu novels, magazines specifically for women and children, deewans, compilations of poems, short stories, books of different sorts and visitors from all corners of the city, Urdu Bazaar flourished as a literary paradise for the lovers of Urdu literature

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-May 19, 2022

The legendary Italian poet Dante Alighieri’s literature inspires the art and craft exhibition titled ‘Vita Nova’, which brings together Italian and Indian artists to explore the dynamic parallels of evolving art between the two countries

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-June 16, 2021

India International Centre’s exhibition Aap kya Sandesh Laya celebrates Satyajit Ray and his contribution in the world of literature Celebrating the centenary year of legendary filmmaker, writer, illustrator and music composer – Satyajit Ray, India International Centre brings to you ‘Pen, Ink, Action: Satyajit Ray at 100’. As a part of this series, an ongoing […]

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-February 22, 2021

With the ongoing pandemic, literary fests are adapting to the changing times while bringing people across borders together in the discussion of challenges faced by today’s world  Literary festivals are a venue where lovers of literature congregate to meet authors whose writings have shaped their world view. They are also an excellent opportunity for the […]

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-December 15, 2020

The lockdown has awakened a creative urge in many. Seventeen-year-old Shivam Sahni too had made the most of this time   A 12th-grade student at Modern School, Vasant Vihar, Sahni’s book ‘The Boy and The Bard’ has been published recently. His encounter with William Shakespeare’s work led to a writing frenzy “During the lockdown stuck at home, […]

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-July 19, 2018

The store ‘Chapter 101’ is as rare in today’s world as the books it holds, bought from unlikely places by a collector who doesn’t mind if you don’t buy anything. Imagine going shopping in a glitzy mall, stepping into shiny glass showrooms and then suddenly coming across a heavy wooden door which says ‘Chapter 101’. […]

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