Dazzling start to two-day Mysuru Literature Festival – The New Indian Express


By Express press service

MYSURU: The two-day Mysuru Literature Festival kicked off on a grand note with a host of dignitaries from the fields of literature, art, culture and media attending the event. Pramoda Devi Wadiyar, a member of the former royal family of Mysuru, inaugurated the festival and stressed the importance of reading and organizing literature festivals. She stressed that young people should develop the habit of reading.

Author and entrepreneur Aroon Raman published the Leaf newsletter book. He highlighted the vachanas of Basavanna and their relevance in today’s world. Geetanjali Shree, winner of the International Booker Prize, participated in an interaction and revealed how the theater taught her the redundancy of words.

On occasion, she has stated that although English has played a central role in her life as a linking language, she has stated that it also hinders her from learning other Indian languages. During a session on ‘Cricket as a Democracy’, senior journalist and TV presenter Rajdeep Sardesai said a politician’s son or daughter can easily become a politician, but the case is different for a player. of cricket because his parents cannot help him score runs and play. It was an exciting event for art lovers and book lovers alike, as Grammy winner Ricky Kej and his crew put on a moving performance.

MYSURU: The two-day Mysuru Literature Festival kicked off on a grand note with a host of dignitaries from the fields of literature, art, culture and media attending the event. Pramoda Devi Wadiyar, a member of the former royal family of Mysuru, inaugurated the festival and stressed the importance of reading and organizing literature festivals. She stressed that young people should develop the habit of reading. Author and entrepreneur Aroon Raman published the Leaf newsletter book. He highlighted the vachanas of Basavanna and their relevance in today’s world. Geetanjali Shree, winner of the International Booker Prize, participated in an interaction and revealed how the theater taught her the redundancy of words. On occasion, she has stated that although English has played a central role in her life as a linking language, she has stated that it also hinders her from learning other Indian languages. During a session on ‘Cricket as a Democracy’, senior journalist and TV presenter Rajdeep Sardesai said a politician’s son or daughter can easily become a politician, but the case is different for a player. of cricket because his parents cannot help him score runs and play. It was an exciting event for art lovers and book lovers alike, as Grammy winner Ricky Kej and his crew put on a moving performance.

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