A festival celebrating Hindi literature is all set to give youthful groups of onlookers an essence of the many pleasures contained inside the artistic culture of the language.
The festival titled, "Oxford Bookstore Hindi Sahitya Utsav" will be held at Oxford Bookstore here on March 19.
This event will serve as a platform for the people who are looking forward to explore this language through various discussions and intellectual sessions with the experts of hindi language.
The day-long festival of Hindi writings and Hindi verses will be composed collaboratively with Rajkamal Prakashan samuh and upheld by Vani Prakashan, Hindi Yugum Prakashan, Westland Books, Rajpal and sons, Virtuous publications, and Kunwar Viyogi Remembrance trust.
According to the organisers, Hindi is a very expressive language. "In poetry and songs, it can convey emotions using simple and gentle words. It can also be used for exact and rational reasoning," they said.
"The occasion has been conceptualized as a tester's menu, a sampler, a buffet of the many flavors contained in hindi language & writings, voices, subjects, tones and themes in Hindi," they added.
The festival will start with an introductory note by Mrinaal Pandey on the topic "Bhasha aur samaj". That will be followed by interactive sessions by Manisha pandey, Piyush Mishra, Divya Prakash Dubey, Urvashi Butalia many more literary personalities associated with Hindi literature.
It has been divided into sessions comprising readings and recitations on themes as diverse as wit, humour and satire, dissent, modernism, etc.
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