All Schedule Of Jaipur Literature Festival:-THE ‘GREATEST LITERARY SHOW ON EARTH’

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All Schedule Of Jaipur Literature Festival:-THE ‘GREATEST LITERARY SHOW ON EARTH’
All Schedule Of Jaipur Literature Festival:-THE ‘GREATEST LITERARY SHOW ON EARTH’

Described as the ‘greatest literary show on Earth’, the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival is the world’s largest free event of its kind. Equity and democracy run through the Festival’s veins, placing some of the world’s greatest minds, humanitarians, historians, politicians, business leaders.

  • The past decade has seen it transform into a global literary phenomenon having hosted nearly 2000 speakers and welcoming over a million book lovers from across India and the globe.The Festival’s core values remain unchanged; to serve as a democratic, non-aligned platform offering free and fair access.
  • Every year, the Festival brings together a diverse mix of the world’s greatest writers, thinkers, humanitarians, politicians, business leaders, sports people and entertainers on one stage to champion the freedom to express and engage in thoughtful debate and dialogue.
  • Writers and Festival Directors Namita Gokhale and William Dalrymple invite speakers to take part in the five-day programme set against the backdrop of Rajasthan’s stunning cultural heritage and the Diggi Palace in the state capital Jaipur.
  • The ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival is a flagship event of Teamwork Arts, which produces it along with over 25 highly acclaimed performing arts, visual arts and literary festivals across more than 40 cities globally.http://https://youtu.be/K2cTKYrPbXM

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Where the crowds are headed:

January 25    
Topic When Where
Indian Women Mystics: From The Rishikas to The Bhakti Poets

Writer and poet Arundhathi Subramaniam and Sanskrit scholar and teacher Atmaprajnananda Saraswati in conversation with professor of Hindi and modern studies at the University of Iowa, Philip A. Lutgendorf

11.15 am – 12.15 pm Durbar Hall
Undercover in North Korea: Facts and Fictions

Writer and journalist Suki Kim in conversation with journalist and consultant Michael Breen

12.30 pm – 1.30 pm Bank of Baroda Front Lawn
A Life in Music

Zakir Hussain and Nasreen Munni Kabir in conversation with Sanjoy K Roy

2.30 pm – 3.30 pm Bank of Baroda Front Lawn
The Real Thing

Playwright and screenwriter Tom Stoppard in conversation with actor Sanjna Kapoor

3.45 pm – 4.45pm Bank of Baroda Front Lawn
Mira Nair: The Personal and the Political

Mira Nair in conversation with Vir Sanghvi

3.45 pm – 4.45pm AU Bank Samvad
Banned in India

Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar, Mridula Garg and Paro Anand in conversation with Salil Tripathi

5.15 pm – 6.15 pm Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent

 

January 26    
Topic When Where
The Empire Writes Back

Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, Charmaine Craig, Jeet Thayiland Linda Spalding in conversation with Pico Iyer

11.15 am – 12.15 pm Bank of Baroda Front Lawn
Visible Work, Invisible Women

Journalist Kota Neelima and writer-translator Namita Waikar in conversation with journalist Namita Bhandare

11.15 am – 12.15 pm Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent
The Frontline Club

Writer, journalist and filmmaker Adrian Levy, writers Carlo Pizzati and Peter Bergen and journalists Jeffrey Gettleman and Suki Kim in conversation with journalist Suhasini Haidar

12.20 pm – 1.30 pm Cox & Kings Charbagh
The Great Survivor

Hamid Karzai in conversation with William Dalrymple

2.30 pm – 3.30 pm Bank of Baroda Front Lawn

 

January 27    
Topic When Where
The Joy Luck Club

Authors Amy Tan and Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi in conversation

10 am – 11 am Cox & Kings Charbagh
Bridget Jones’ Diaries

Author Helen Fielding in conversation with publisher Meru Gokhale

11.15 am – 12.15 pm Bank of Baroda Front Lawn
Readings from Six Continents

Adriana Lisboa, Han Yujoo, John Freeman, Josefine Klougart, Léonora Miano and Tara June Winch, moderated by Radha Chakravarty

1.40 pm – 2.20 pm Amity University Baithak
Adaptations

 Writers Amy Tan, Nicholas Shakespeare and Michael Ondaatje, film-maker Mira Nair, playwright and screenwriter Tom Stoppard in conversation with publisher Chiki Sarkar. Introduced by businessperson Aparna Bhosle

2.30 pm – 3.30 pm Bank of Baroda Front Lawn
Digital Narratives (Round Table)

Akshay Rathi, Anish Chandy, Anu Singh Choudhary, Anurag Kahsyap, Arpita Das, Gaurav Solanki, Karan Anshuman, Kathy Reichs, Pankaj Dubey, Samir Nairand Shailesh Bharatwasi in conversation with Vani Tripathi Tikoo

 3.45 pm – 4.45 pm Jaipur Bookmark Haveli
Fish at War and A Cup of Brew: The Politics and Poetics of Women’s Work in India’s Northeast

Writer and poet Mamang Dai, visual artist Minam Apang and poet Mona Zote in conversation with graphic novelist Parismita Singh

3.45 pm – 4.45 pm Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent

 

 

January 28    
Topic When Where
The Perils of Celebrity

Soha Ali Khan and Sharmila Tagore in conversation with Sanjoy K. Roy

2.30 pm – 3.30 pm AU Bank Samvad
The Vanishing: Tigers, Forests and Nature

Hema Maira and Prerna Singh Bindra in conversation with Nupur Paiva

3.45 pm – 4.45 pm AU Bank Samvad
Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong

Journalist and broadcaster Angela Saini, writer and entrepreneur Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw and physicist Lisa Randall in conversation with journalist Namita Bhandare

5.15 pm – 6.15 pm Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent

 

January 29    
Topic When Where
Breaking Free: The Novel and Gender

Writers Anosh Irani and Sandip Roy in conversation with writer Bee Rowlatt

11.15 am – 12.15 pm Durbar Hall
The Reformation: Europe’s House Divided

Writer, historian and broadcaster Diarmaid MacCullochintroduced by writer, historian and festival director William Dalrymple

12.30 pm – 1.30 pm  Durbar Hall
#MeToo: Do Men Still Have It Too Easy?

Writers Bee Rowlatt and Sandeep Roy, editor John Freeman, advocate Pinky Anand, academic and activist Ruchira Gupta and journalist Vinod Dua, moderated by journalist Namita Bhandare

5.15 pm – 6.15 pm Bank of Baroda Front Lawn

 

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