The annual Times of India Literature Festival is here and this time it has bigger names and more events.
Times of India’s annual literary extravaganza, The Lit Fest Delhi will be held at the iconic India Habitat Centre on December 1 and 2.
With big names like former President Pranab Mukherjee, Shashi Tharoor, Amish, Rajiv Dogra, and Rana Shafvi in the mix, the event is sure to have some significant conversations and heavy footfall.
Delhi is known for its rich literary culture. Home to many poets, authors, eminent personalities and the parliament, the national capital is a melting pot for all sorts of debates, protests and conversations. Which is why, the Lit Fest Delhi creates a platform where distinguished personalities, intellectuals, scholars and people from all walks of life can have an open conversation about social issues that need to be spoken about.
The two day festival will be held at the Habitat Centre in New Delhi and will be packed full of events to attend and conversations to be a part of. Shashi Tharoor will have a interactive session on ‘The Devil or The Advocate’. Ravinder Singh, Kiran Manral and Henry Eliot will have a discussion on 'The Charm of Paper in a Digital World’. Sohail Hashmi and Swapna Liddle will immerse in a nostalgic journey during 'Delhi : A City’s Romance with History'. Check the rest of the schedule here.
The Times Lit Fest celebrates literature like no other. Make sure to attend the festival which will enlighten you about, as well as help you get involved in, few of the biggest conversations happening in India.
Where: Indian Habitat Center (Lodhi Road Near Airforce Bal Bharati School, Institutional Area, Lodi Colony)
When: December 1, 2
How: Entry is free to all readers