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Mountain Echoes 2011

MOUNTAIN ECHOES 2011 20th to 24th May, 2011 Thimphu | Paro Bhutan Mountain Echoes is a unique literary and cultural festival set in the pristine beauty of Bhutan. An initiative of the India-Bhutan Foundation in association with Siyahi, it aims to provide a platform for authors to engage in cultural dialogue and celebrate tales of …

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Mountain Echoes 2011

Mountain Echoes is a unique literary and cultural festival set in the pristine beauty of Bhutan. The festival enjoys the patronage of Her Majesty the Queen Mother Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck. Conceptualised by His Excellency Pavan Varma, Indian Ambassador to Bhutan the festival is an initiative by Siyahi to share the many myths, legends and …

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PROGRAMME

Recognized by Vatika Group presents Siyahi’s Translating Bharat Language, Globalisation and the Right to be Read 20th – 22nd January, 2008 Programme(subject to modification) VENUE : Diggi Palace Hotel, Sawai Ram Singh Road, Jaipur.

Translating Bharat

  About Translating Bharat PROGRAMME With India rising as an economic power, our diverse literary and cultural traditions are receiving the world’s attention. Translations, as an act of literary preservation, are  becoming increasingly significant in a globalized world. Indian languages and literatures are rapidly adapting to the critical cultural changes across the nation. There is an …

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Morarka Foundation presents Siyahi’s Mantles of Myth: The Narrative in Indian Textiles

Art & textile historians, writers, researchers, scholars, curators, designers and story tellers revisit the many myths of creation depicted as the narrative in Indian Textiles… About Mantles of Myth Mantles of Myth – The Narrative in Indian Textiles is Siyahi’s effort to come forward with another endeavor to understand, explore and discover India. This conference …

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Writers’ Chain: Found in Translations (14th – 20th January, 2009)

Translations hold a very important place in expanding the scope of literature especially in a multi-lingual country like India. To understand its various aspects and relevance in the present literary scenario a weeklong translating workshop called Writers’ Chain: Found in Translations was organized at the Neemrana Fort-Palace, located in the Aravali Hills. “It is often …

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PROGRAMME

The Luingamla Keshan – Nagaland 02.30 pm  – 03.30 pm   Speaker – Zasha Colah & Rahul Bhattacharya The keshan is a woolen sarong, wrapped and draped like a dress, skirt or shawl, worn by men and women in the Naga hills of Manipur. The ‘Luingamla Keshan’ is an elegy for a friend in the …

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