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Divya Marathi, flagship Marathi publication of Dainik Bhaskar to hold a three day Marathi Literature Festival in Nashik, Maharashtra. The festival will be held at Kusumagraj Pratishtan between 11th and 13th November, and will have select authors, social engineeers and cartoonists from across the country.
The festival’s theme is ‘Independent Thinking’, in sync with the ethos of threcently launched ‘Swatantra Vichaar’ campaign by Divya Marathi. The literature festival aims at bringing together all independent thinking personalities on a single platform to share their opinion on diverse themes.
First day of the festival will set the tone with Independent Author awards followed by a Supper theatrical play “Massage” by Rakesh Bedi. Two authors who have exhibited independent thinking in their writing will be felicitated with Reader’s choice and Jury choice awards. Second and third day of the festival will witness a series of plenary sessions on different themes centred on Independent Thinking.
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