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Interview in The Beestonian magazine

Issue 55 of The Beestonian featured an article with Jai Verma, about her past, life, hobbies and writing career. A digital copy of the magazine can be found by visiting Issuu: Beestonian 55 Alternatively you can read the article via The… Continue Reading →

Report on the poetry recital at Muktibodh, in Jagatwani, 2017

Article in Jagatwani UK about South Asian Heritage

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Aksharwarta

PUBLICATIONS: Invitation to contribute towards a renowned academic journal. Aksharwarta ISSN 2349-7521 International research journal is an international academic , interdisciplinary, Monthly, and fully  refereed journal focusing on theories, methods and applications in various fields like Arts, Humanities, Social Science,… Continue Reading →

South Asian Heritage Month, September 2017, Nottingham

काव्योत्सव के रंग में साउथ एशियन हेरिटेज फेस्टिवल का भव्य उद्घाटन जय वर्मा Jaiverma777@yahoo.co.uk इस वर्ष 27 अगस्त के अंतर्राष्ट्रीय विराट हिंदी कवि सम्मेलन की एक सुंदर एवं सुहानी शाम नॉटिंघम के हिंदी साहित्य प्रेमियों और दक्षिण एशियाई मूल के… Continue Reading →

Nottingham Poetry Festival website

Link to the website for Nottingham Poetry Festival

Book Review of Saat Kadam

लंदन में रहकर हिन्दी सेवा कर रही हैं जय वर्मा… आधुनिक एवं पारम्परिक संस्कृति का प्रतीक है सात कदम प्रकाशन… मित्रों, देश की संस्कृति के प्रति जज्बा एवं कुछ करने की चाहत व्यक्ति को चैन से नहीं बैठने देती। इसी… Continue Reading →

Saat Kadam launch at the High Commisson of India, 23 March 2017

Jai Verma’s latest book of short stories, Saat Kadam, was formally launched at the High Commission of India in London. The title of the book translates as ‘Seven Stories’.

London Events to Honour Hindi

Link to Asian Lite website: London Events to Honour Hindi MP Mr Virendra Sharma and Governer of Goa

National Poetry Day – “Notts Does Poems part 4” – Jai Verma – Chair and Co-founder of Kavya Rang, a multilingual poetry society – A Moment.

Nottingham’s Indian Summer

Last weekend was a real treat for fans of South Asian culture, as the Mela took over the city and Kavya Rang Multilingual Poetry Group held their annual Kavi Sammelan (a traditional Indian poetry recital). On Saturday, a group of poets who’d… Continue Reading →

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