The four-day literary feast Mountain Echoes 2013 that brought writers, authors, musicians with many thought provoking and informative sessions on diverse subjects, intriguing discussions, and musical concerts came to a close on Sunday evening. An initiative by the India-Bhutan Foundation, Mountain Echoes is produced by Siyahi. Richa Shukla’s report in The Times of India.
Dr Karma Phuntsho discussed his work withPramod Kumar KG. He spoke about his chronicling of Bhutanese history in the book Reviews: History of Bhutan. Jerry Pinto andSathya Saran spoke about the many lives of Jerry Pinto. Jerry had the entire audience engaged with the force of his words, as he talked about all the different kinds of work he has done – from his book on Helen to his book on Leela. “No book is worth hurting someone,” he said in answer to Sathya’s question about how he had to take some anecdotes out of his book.