Jai Verma


Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature

Nottingham Becomes a UNESCO City of Literature: 11-12-2015

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 →

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 →

Kava Rang’s poetry in Nottingham City of Literature

A poetic seminar was held on 22 January 2017 by poetry in Nottingham, a city known as City of Literature and Kalachar. This occasion was in honor of the departure of Birmingham Councilor General Mr. J.K. Sharma. Chief guest Mr…. Continue Reading →

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

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

Dr Kunwar Bechain is one of India‚Äôs 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 →

International Women’s Day in Nottingham, March 8th 2016.

Today I attended Nottingham’s Women’s Centre to mark International Women’s Day. Kavya Rang members read poetry, and then we had a small story workshop, discussing three stories on the theme of females, taken from various eras and countries, but all… Continue Reading →

Nottingham City of Literature Bid Launch Reception; November 2014

The official bid to make Nottingham a UNESCO City of Literature was launched with a reception hosted by the Sheriff of Nottingham, Jackie Morris. In attendance were many noted literary figures: the crowd picture shows David Sillitoe (son of Alan,… Continue Reading →

City of Literature Bid Announcement

This was taken in October 2014, when the City of Literature bid was first announced.

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