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Bhopal: Tagore art & literature fest in November

Bhopal: Tagore art & literature fest in November
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Aimed at promoting literature in Hindi and other Indian languages at a global scale, the Tagore International Literature & Arts Festival ‘Vishwa Rang’...

Aimed at promoting literature in Hindi and other Indian languages at a global scale, the Tagore International Literature & Arts Festival 'Vishwa Rang' will host 500 artists from over 30 countries…

The first edition of the Tagore International Literature & Arts Festival, also known as 'Vishwa Rang', will be held in Bhopal from November 7-10. Organised by the Tagore International Centre for Arts and Culture under Bhopal-based Rabindranath Tagore University (RNTU), and the AISECT Group of Universities, Vishwa Rang 2019 will be the first world-class literary and arts festival to be organised by an educational institution in India. The Festival will celebrate the essence of Arts and Literature in Hindi and other Indian languages and witness the coming together of over 500 artists and authors from over 30 nationalities.

The participants at Vishwa Rang 2019 will range from diverse arts and cultural fields and include winners of Nobel and Booker Awards, Gyan Peeth and Padma Awards, along with professors and students from various prestigious universities of the world.

Vishwa Rang 2019 will be a platform for ideological dialogue and cultural interplay spread over 60 sessions, which will feature discussions, celebration and discourse on many subjects including literature, culture, education, cinema, journalism and environment. The key highlights of the Festival will be the World Poetry Festival, International Mushaira, Discourse on Tagore, Gandhi and their Contemporaries, Meet the Author Sessions, Exhibition and Book Discussions, Literature and Cinema, National Vanmali Katha Samman, Dastangoi, Poetry Sessions by Third Gender, Sessions on Children's Literature, Musical Extravaganza by popular bands and the release of Kathadesh, among others. The event will also include three days of retrospective on Tagore, scheduled from 4th to 7th November 2019, focusing on his poetry, paintings, stories and plays.

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