Kala ghoda Art Festival 2014

Literature

 “Life happened because I turned the pages”
-Alberto Manguel


They say literature feeds the soul's curiosity and inspires the mind to go out on new adventures. This year at The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, come and spend time with novelists and poets, columnists and non-fiction writers, people who are helping shape the world of tomorrow. Join in our readings and poetry sessions. Meet the authors you've always wanted to meet. Enjoy the panel discussions and participate in workshops and interactive sessions.
Our thematic for the 2014 literature section is ‘WHY DON’T YOU WRITE ME’
We look forward to seeing you at David Sasoon Library, Arbour and Tarq.
Kitab Khana is where we will host several children's literature workshops.

Acknowledgements: Kitab Khana, Amrita Somaiya, Arbour Initiatives in Architecture Research, Tarq, Asmita Mohite, Kamal Vora, Ramdas and Harsha Bhatkal and the G R Bhatkal Foundation, Martin Wa¨lde, Jayashree Joshi, and the Goethe - Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai, Mary Therese Kurkalang and Cultures of Peace - Festival of the Northeast, Popular Prakashan, Ishika Harekal, Anvita Budhraja, and Aparna Andhare
Parinita Shetty, Sonali Jain, Sangeeta Bhansali for their support and collaboration.

GR Bhatkal Memorial Lecture

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm at David Sassoon Library

A lecture by reknowned author, William Dalrymple

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Marathi Panel: Rangsangati

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm at David Sassoon Library

A program about book covers. Participants : Ratnakar Matkari,  Nitin Dadrawala, Satish Bhavsar

Dastangoi

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm at David Sassoon Library

An Urdu Performance by Dastangoi

Hot off the presses Book Launch Hysterically, Historically Mysterious!

11:00 am - 11:45 am at Kitab Khana

Join Natasha Sharma at the launch of her brand new History-Mystery series, Akbar and the Tricky Traitor and Ashoka and the Muddled Messages for an hour of hilarious history. Befuddle your brain to crack codes written in Ashokan Brahmi. Test your tongue with some hysterically historical tongue-twisters and be a fastidious historical fact-finder. (8+)

I can be whatever I want to be!

12:00 pm - 12:45 pm at Museum Grounds

I can be whatever I want to be!Join author Nalini Sorensen ass she takes you on a magical journey as you discover 26 professions from A(Astronaut) to Z(Zookeeper) through song, music, enactment, props and loads of interactive fun! (3-6 years)

Spin-a-yarn with Aunty Jeeva

11:00 am - 11:45 am at Kitab Khana

Hilarious stories, fabulous story-telling by the redoubtable Jeeva Raghunath. (4+)