Reconnecting with Indian literature, knitting it closer

It was Day 2 of the recently concluded 4-day ‘Samanvay’ festival of Indian Languages at India Habitat Centre in Delhi, and the most awaited session was to commence shortly.

Habitat’s Amphitheatre is undoubtedly the ideal venue for literary gatherings, poetic sessions, debates, seminars and of course cultural performances one can think of, especially in this season when there’s a nip in the air and the open-air ambience can only add to the overall festive fervour. Coming back to the evening’s itinerary, two poetic geniuses of Indian literature were in a few moments’ time about to open their diaries locked within were verses, rhymes, couplets and memories.

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