Jai Verma


Meetings & Gatherings

Navajeevan Blind Relief Centre Trupati

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.

Meeting with Writers, 2 September 2017

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

Grand Kavi Sammelan 2017

Poets from India: Pavan Jain Dinesh Diggaj Jagheer Rathi Charan Jeet Charan Zarina Khatun Tusha Sharma The chief guests were Minister of Co-ordination Mr Rajan ji, Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Mayor of Broxtowe, Mr Nat Puri and Mr Tarun Kumar…. Continue Reading →

International Yoga Day, 21 June 2017

Jai Verma attended an event held for International Yoga day. It was the third year in a row that the Hindu Temple in Nottingham have hosted an event in celebration of the day. Jai also attended the first event of… Continue Reading →

The Lord Mayor of Nottingham was honoured by Kavya Rang Members, 2016

The Kavya Rang’s Autumn meeting was a great success, in the presence of Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Cllr: Mohammed Saghir. We heard some lovely poetry in Hindi, Urdu, English and Punjabi, read by members and guests. We are proud that… Continue Reading →

Aadharshila Paris Hindi Conference, June 2016.

June 2016, Paris: an invite to speak at a conference organised by Aadharshila Hindi Magazine. Jai chaired the conference, a great honour. Discussions were on the relevance of Hindi on a global scale. Jai received an award: the Mahadevi Verma… Continue Reading →

Meeting Prime Minister of India, Mr Modi.

On November 13th, 2015, Jai Verma travelled to Wembley Stadium in London as part of the “UK Welcomes Modi” event. This was an important occasion for Anglo-Indian relations, as the Prime Minister of India met the British Prime Minister David… Continue Reading →

Dr Bechain visits the UK, poetry workshop at Pear Tree library, Derby

Dr Kunwar Bechain is one of India’s best known and well-loved Geet Kar and Ghazal Kar. His contribution to Indian culture is invaluable; his poetry spanning genres and form. Perhaps best known for his mastery of ghazal, haiku and dohe,… Continue Reading →

Poetry Goshti, April 2016

Relaunch of Purvai; 13 April 2016.

Relaunch of the Hindi Magazine, Purvai. This is the only Hindi language literary magazine in the UK. Jai Verma is on the editorial board of the magazine, so visited the HCI to celebrate the official launch by the Deputy High… Continue Reading →

HRD Students at BHU; 10th January 2016.

Coffee before speaking to HRD students. Anand Sharma speaking. The student audience. Meeting the students afterwards for individual Q+A.

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