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 →
This event took place at The White Lion in Beeston, as part of Nottingham Poetry Festival 2017. Plenty of people attended, more than expected, which meant that the event could be as lively as possible, in keeping with the traditions… Continue Reading →
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’.
Jai was one of the subjects in this photographic exhibition held at Nottingham Castle. The photographer Jo Metson Scott included Jai as a study into Nottingham, a cross section of the city and its people, particularly those who have made… Continue Reading →
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 the new High Commissioner for HCI London, with Dr Paul, Deputy High Commissioner (far left), Jai, High Commissioner, Professor Harminder Dua. With the Minister of Coordination (far left)
Edgware, London 16 /05 /2015 Purvai is the only UK Hindi magazine in publication. First editorial meeting of the relaunched Purvai L-R (front) Ajit Saria MBE ; Councillor Zakia Zubari patron); Jai Verma (back) Shikha Varshney; K B L Saxena;… Continue Reading →
The Festival of Words (http://nottwords.org.uk/) was held in Nottingham at the Council House.
The illustration for Jai’s anthology. The book hosts 31 different poets in a range of different languages with English translation.