Delhites! Ditch your other plans ‘Kyunki Delhi Literature Festival Wapas Aa Raha Hai’

Delhi Literature Festival 2020

Saurabh Shukla, Atishi Marlena, Nandita Das amongst many to attend Delhi Literature Festival 2020- Are you ready?

The wait for all the nerds of Delhi to visit Delhi Literature Festival will be over soon as the largest literary gathering is returning this weekend. The eighth edition of Delhi Literature Festival (DLF) will begin from 6th March 2020 and keep engaging people till Sunday.

Delhi Literature festival that began in 2013 promotes the aspirant authors, bloggers, writers and others by providing them with a platform where many people are present to applaud and appreciate them. The event that will last for three days will witness assemblage of experts and writers from different fields like fashion, acting come together in the seaside town to discuss and deliberate on various issues of the country.

A number of prominent people including famous authors visit the fest every year. This year Anupam Kher, who wrote ‘Lessons life taught me unknowingly’, Arvind Parashar, Ajay K Pandey, Shrishti & Trilok Deshmukh, Devdutt Pattanaik, Jairam Ramesh,  V K Krishna Menon, Saikut Majumdar, Meenakshi Lekhi, Gautam Navapara, Chitra Banerjee, Sheeja Jose, Nandita Das, Shashi Tharoor, Ramchandra Guha and many more will meet the people.  Saurabh Shukla, the National award-winning actor and director will also come for an interaction session.

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Special session on the occasion of International Women’s Day to take place

A special session will be organized to celebrate International Women’s Day. A panel discussion on “An Equal World is an Enabled World” featuring AAP MLA Aatishi Marlena, Rina Dhaka, Sonalika Sahay and Maria Shakil will take place on 8th February.

The 8th edition of Delhi Literature Festival will take place between 6th March to 8th March at Dilli Haat, Opp, INA Market, New Delhi. So if you have made any plans for the upcoming weekend, you might have to ditch those plans and head to a very happening place. This Delhi fest is celebrated every year on the brink of Spring season, mostly in February, but this time it is being organized in March.

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