The annual Kalinga Literary Festival (KLF-Kathmandu) will be held on October 15-16 in the Nepalese capital with a view to strengthening cultural dialogue, and religious as well as literary perspectives. Several Indian and Nepali writers, authors and journalists will be joining the festival as speakers in this two-day extravaganza.
Yashaswi Prangya Pratisthan, Himalayan Diary Pvt Ltd, Rastrika Sahitya Pratisthan, Nepal-Kalinga Literary Festival have joined hands for KLF Kathmandu Edition to celebrate the spirit of Lord Shiva and Gautama Buddha in the context of Nepal-India literary ties.
The festival will focus on the traditions of Nepal. “Kalinga Literary Festival Kathmandu will showcase literature, music, dance, poetry and other art forms. It will celebrate the long-standing ties between Nepal and India in the context of the emerging global cultures,” said KLF Founder and Director, Rashmi Ranjan Parida.
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