Poetry is often one of the best ways to express all that you want to say. Simple words and small poems can have impacts that can last entire an lifetime and express all which can never be expressed in normal words.

If poetry is beautiful, then Hindi poetry is exquisite. The words forming rhythms and weaving harmonies, make a home in our hearts within seconds of it being spoken out loud.

If you’re a Hindi poet and have been looking for a stage to showcase your talent, head to this open mic session on Hindi Diwas to find your stage, as well as an eager audience too.

Hindi Diwas and 2 year anniversary

One September 14th, Hindi Diwas and the 2nd anniversary of Lucknow’s famous writer’s forum “Writers Hub”, you’ll be able to immerse in a literary and poetry extravaganza like no other. Brought in a collaboration with Dhaam, the open mic and poetry competition will not only celebrate the Hindi literature in all its glory, it will also give the city’s talent a space to shine.

With a simple poetry contest you can be a part of the amazing event and let the world hear your piece.

Enter your poem & win a chance to perform

A writer doesn’t simply write for her own benefit, she writes so that others can hear her, feel what she feels and find something in her piece to relate to. This event does exactly that, it gives all the budding writes a stage to showcase their talent and an eager audience.

All you have to do is go to Writers Hub’s Facebook page and fill up a simple form which would enclose your original pice within it. After the submission your piece will be reviewed and you’ll get the opportunity to perform the said piece at Dhaam.

So if you are looking for an attentive ear, make sure to send in your strongest entry!

Knock Knock

This event is a wonderful opportunity for budding Hindi writers and poets. The kind of opportunity this event provides is something you will not be able to find everywhere. Not only do you have an opportunity to showcase

Date: September 14, 2019

Venue: 2/28, Vishwas Khand, Gomti Nagar Lucknow

How to enter for the event: Fill the form and send in your entry

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