Jai Verma

South Asian Heritage closing ceremony

The South Asian Heritage Month closing ceremony was held on Friday 29th September 2017 at the Council House at Market Square and hosted by the Lord Mayor of Nottingham. From left to right: Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Cllr Edwards, Lady… Continue Reading →

Buzzword poetry event, White Lion Beeston, 28 September 2017

UNESCO Nottingham City of Literature’s First Ever Young Poet Laureate Georgina Wilding at Buzzword poetry event held at the White Lion in Beeston. We are DELIGHTED to announce that the wonderful Georgina Wilding is now officially Nottingham’s First Ever Young… Continue Reading →

Meeting Ravi Shankar, sitarist

Nottingham Asian Arts Council invited Pandit Ravi Shankar. In the photo left to right Mrs Sukanya Ravi Shankar, Pandit Ravi Shankar. Anushka Ravi Shankar, Jai Verma.

European Capital of Culture 2023 bid

Proud to be living in Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature and aspiring European Capital of Culture 2023, 26 September 2017. We were brainstorming ideas, with a lot of questions and answers at Nottingham Council House, Market Square.

Exhibition by Jagdish Patel as part of South Asian Heritage Month, 23 September 2017

The local photographer and journalist Jagdish Patel interviewed some local people who came to live in England in the 50s, 60s and 70s and displayed their portraits and biographical stories.

Celebration in Nottingham of South Asian Heritage Festival, Trinity Square 2017

Celebration of South Asian Heritage Festival(SAHM) with dance and music at Trinity Square Nottingham, on 23rd September 2017. Dignitary was Mr Nat Puri, welcomed by Jai.

Newspaper and magazine cuttings

50+ Poetry at Indian Community Centre (ICCA)

10 September, 50+ Poetry Programme at Indian Community Centre, Nottingham.

Poetry Corner 2017

Kavi Rang is proud to present the fourth Poetry Corner at Nottingham Castle in September 2017. The event was part of Nottingham Mela and New Art Exchange.

Meeting with Writers, 2 September 2017

The writers met in London with invited poets from India, at Rajan Ji’s house.

Poetry Programme in High Commission of India in London

The poetry programme was held at High Commission of India, London, on 1st September 2017. The poets from India read their poetry.

Launch of Ramnika Gupta book, High Commission of India, 1st September 2017

We travelled to London High Commission to launch the anthology of Indian women writers. Seven of the 16 international writers included in the book attended. Edited by Ramnika Gupta and associate UK editor DrKavita Vachaknavee. Mr AS Rajan, Minister of Coordination; Mr Tarun… Continue Reading →

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