The second year of Festival of Words in 2014 (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.
Following a Kavya Rang meeting, a photo opportunity of Kavya Rang members.
Nottingham has an extremely rich literary background and a vibrant writing scene, being the birth place of Lord Byron and D H Lawrence. This was the first time an extraordinary event like this had been organised to bring together local… Continue Reading →
From the launch of Sahyatri Hain Hum, Delhi, 2009.
Headline incorrect: It is Hindi poetry, not Hindu poetry! Launch of first book, from Birmingham Hindi Newspaper Jagatwani, March 2009. Chief guest was Mr Ibrahim, Minister of Co-ordination, Indian High Commission.
Book launch in Nottingham (from l to r) Asif Ibrahim Minister of co-ordination HCI ; Nat Puri, Freeman of Nottingham, Lord Mayor of Nottingham; Anand Kumar Attache Hindi and Cultural Officer HCI
Book discussion / review at the International Hindi Utsav; Delhi, February 2009, with (L-R) Dr Kumar; Anil Sharma; Dr Satyendra Srivastava; Jai Verma; Vivek (background);Dr Madan Lal Madhu, Asghar Wajahat, Susham Bedi, Vigyan Vrat
Book Launch 2008 Meerut University / Nottingham. Delhi Akshram Conference.