International Literary Festival started in Meerut, veteran writers gathered

Meerut, 25 November (Hindustan Times). The sixth edition of the three-day International Literary Festival began on Friday at Chaudhary Charan Singh University in Meerut. Veteran writers from many countries including India are participating in this festival. A three-day International Meerut Literary Festival is being organized by Krantidhara Sahitya Akademi in collaboration with Hindi Department of […]
 


International Literary Festival started in Meerut, veteran writers gathered

Meerut, 25 November (Hindustan Times). The sixth edition of the three-day International Literary Festival began on Friday at Chaudhary Charan Singh University in Meerut. Veteran writers from many countries including India are participating in this festival.

A three-day International Meerut Literary Festival is being organized by Krantidhara Sahitya Akademi in collaboration with Hindi Department of Chaudhary Charan Singh University at Brihaspati Bhavan. The sixth edition of the Literary Festival was inaugurated on Friday.

Chief guest Dr. Rama Purnima Sharma, senior Hindi expert from Japan, distinguished guests Acharya Chandrashekhar Shastri, Shrigopal Narasan, Jai Verma from Britain, Hayagriva Acharya from Nepal, veteran writers like Shweta Singh Uma from Russia gathered. The program was conducted by Dr. Ramgopal Bhartiya.

Hindi Department Head Prof. NC Lohani said that emphasis will have to be laid on making Hindi the language of employment and our future generations should also be compulsorily connected with Hindi. In the second session of the first day of the festival, there was a discussion on the global status of Hindi, which was moderated by Dr. Anju Singh of Hindi Department. Dr. Vidushi Sharma, Pradeep Devisharan Bhatt, Dr. Ashok Maitreya, Ishwar Chand remained serious as speakers.

Senior litterateur Dr. Ashok Maitreya said that literature works as a mirror of the society as well as a lamp which shows a new path to the society. In the third session Digital Revolution, there was a discussion on the topic of distance from books, in which Shrigopal Narsan, Acharya Chandrashekhar Shastri, Dr. Vidushi Sharma, Dr. Subodh Garg, Manish Shukla were included as speakers. In the fourth session, there was an international Mushaira which was presided over by Riyaz Sagar. Sunita Chawla, poet Kishan Swaroop, Anurag Mishra Gair, KK Bhasin, Sunderlal Mehraniyan, Dildar Dehlavi, Dr. Ejaz Popular Meerthi, Animesh Sharma, Manoj Phagwadvi, Fakri Meerthi, Mukarrar Adna, Sapna Ahsaas, Dr. Amar Pankaj from Austria. , Supriya Singh Veena, Devendra Sharma Dev participated.

Organizer Dr. Vijay Pandit said that the main objective of organizing literary festival and book exhibition etc. at the international level by the institute is to connect hearts to hearts through literature, culture, spirituality, yoga in the country and the world with the spirit of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam. To introduce each other’s writing and research, translation, publication, exchange of ideas, mutual cooperation, expansion of the scope of reading and literature and an international platform for budding and anonymous Kalamkar brothers in the company of senior writers. have to provide. The country has to bring the positive image of Meerut in front of the world.