Top 5 Literature Festivals You Don’t Want To Miss!
“Life is heavy , let literature be light”- A.L. Snijders
We bring you the celebration of books, the art that is literature and a creative heaven. A treat for the readers and writers alike we bring to you the 5 most awaited and grand literary festivals around the world.
Port Eliot Literary Festival
An enthralling mix of poets, writers, musicians and film makers this fest will leave you in “wows”. It’s a colourful, bohemian and magical experience and one you would not want to [...]
JK Rowling Announces New Harry Potter Play. Yes Potterheads, it is finally happening!
The Potter generation has been living in the sidelines ever since the movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2, was released. Sure, there have been short stories and news by Rowling herself on Pottermore and Twitter, but the thrill of a new, full-fleshed story is something they have been lusting after for years. But this wish was also fulfilled by Rowling when she announced a new Harry Potter play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The excitement amongst Potterheads (Harry Potter fans) was doubled since the news was made public on the 18th anniversary of the publication of the [...]
The word “Dalit” may be derived from Sanskrit and means “ground”, “suppressed”, “Crushed” or “broken to pieces”. The word was perhaps first used by Jyotirao Phule in the 19th century, in the context of the oppression faced by the erstwhile “untouchable” castes of the twice-born Hindus.
People often misinterpret Dalit as a caste. It is important to note that Dalit is not a caste but a category. It is a designation for a group of people traditionally regarded as untouchable. They consist of various social groups, castes and [...]