Delhi Literature Festival is all set to begin with its 8th edition
New Delhi: The eighth edition of the Delhi Literature Festival (DLF), the largest literary and cultural gatherings in India will begin from 6th March’20 – 8th March’20 at Dilli Haat. First held in February 2013 by a bunch of friends, Delhi Literature Festival has been promoting the aspiring authors, writers, bloggers, and different fraternities people since then. The three-day event will witness an assemblage of writers and experts from different fields like fashion, acting come together in the seaside town to discuss and deliberate on various issues of the country.
For this year’s Delhi Literature Festival 2020, the organizers have lined up an impressive list of Authors including Chitra Mudgal Sahitya Akademi Winner 2019 on her book Post Box 203 Naalasopara with Dilip Pandey MLA Author & Member Sahitya Kala Parishad, Saurabh Shukla Award winning Actor & Director on his book Barff, Manto and I by Nandita Das Actress & Film Director, The Scent of God by Saikat Majumdar, The Women Who Ruled in India by ArchnaGarodia Gupta, The Ramcharitmanas: Select Stanzas by Pavan K Varma, Acclaimed Fashion Designer Rina Dhaka,Palka Grover Social Activist NDSWA& Sagarika Ghosh Author, Journalist & News Anchorwith Discussion on International Women’s Day, But you don’t look like a muslim by Rakshanda Jalill, Sunita Narain – Conflicts of Interest: My Journey Through India’s Green Movement, Savi Sharma – Stories we never tell, Games Changers by Vir Sanghvi, The Anarchy by William Dalrymple, Pen, Paper & Poetess by ChahatKathpal, Tatoo on my breast by Ravi Rai Acclaimed Writer, Producer & Director, Amma Mia by Esha Deol Actress, Belated Bachelors Party by Ravinder Singh, Dara Shukoh: The man who would be king by Avik Chanda,Adulting by Neharika Gupta, live performance by Comedy Munchand many more.
The Delhi Literature Festival organizers have always acknowledged the support of the Delhi Government (Department of Art, Culture & Languages), all the Publishers, Oxford Bookstore, the NDSWA which has been hosting the post Festival Party at Guppi by Ai, the renowned Japanese restaurant and of course our many volunteers amongst others.
Ms. Bharati Bhargava, Founder & Director, DLF said “The Delhi Literature Festival provides an ideal platform for the young and happening authors to showcase their writings and talent. Many of the renowned authors and journalists have also been actively participating at the Delhi Literature Festival and like previous years I along with many book lovers are eagerly waiting for this year’s Festival to start. The three days Festival is an ideal place to hang around with your family and friends, so please do attend the Delhi Literature Festival 2020”.