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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 →

Meerut University, Day 2: Kavi Samellan.

Meerut University, 2nd day of the conference. With Head of Hindi Department Prof Lohani, and the poet Laxmi Shankar Bajpei, and  students.

Meerut University Visit; March 2016, Day Three.

Attending the Hindi Conference at Meerut University, March 2016. Giving a talk on the changes in Hindi throughout the world over the last few decades. How can Hindi compete in a digital world, and thrive as an international language? A… Continue Reading →

BHU Conference 11th January 2016

Offering Banarasi Paan to Susham Bedi With other delegates Reciting poetry. With other delegates A full house!

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.

At Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, for the Pravasi Hindi Sahitya Conference 10th January 2016.

Receiving Samman at the Inauguration Ceremony. With other delegates. Speaking on Pravasi literature. With Abishek and audience. Lunch break with Smeh Thakore (far right) and Mrs Satyaketu (middle, left).

Receiving a Samman at Vidhya Nayas, Banaras January 13th 2016

Speaking on culture and the language in the UK Lots of media interest from the audience With the Governor and Abhishek, nephew.

Hindi Conference, India, 2015

November 2015, Meerut University, India. I was invited as a guest to meet the students at my Alma MateR, with other alumnus, prestigious author Dr Vatuk.

Return to Alma Mater, Meerut 2014

Jai returned to her former college, Ragunath Girl’s College, in 2014, for the first time in 45 years. She was invited to speak about Hindi, and its influence abroad. The headline reads ‘The Himalaya of Hindi Shall Not Be Shaken’.

Aston University Story Workshop

Attending a conference with husband and wife writing team Ravinder Kalia and Mamta Kalia; along with Tejendra Sharma from London. The couple tutored a two-day workshop.

ICOSAL 8 Aligarh University 2008

ICOSAL 7 Moscow

ICOSAL is the International Conference of South Asian Languages, an annual event to discuss the history, present and future of South Asian languages. A paper was given on the Hindi School in Nottingham: how it was set up, how it… Continue Reading →

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