Sahitya Sanskriti Manch, will be hosting a two-day international literary meet in Jorhat on March 16-17. Sahitya Sanskriti Manch is a newly-formed literary and cultural organization; Ananta Kumar Sarmah, retired CSIR-NEIST scientist and children’s litterateur is the President.
The idea behind the meet is to bring together writers, poets and critics from across the region. In addition to that, they are also expecting people from the literary field all the way from Nepal, Sri Lanka, Mauritius and from States like Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu. It will be a platform where thoughts and ideas can be exchanged.
Discussions on various literary topics, multilingual poets’ meets, interactive sessions, cultural presentation of several tribes and groups and more will be part of the schedule. The inaugural programme will be held at the auditorium of the Jorhat Science Centre and Planetarium. On the second day, programmes will be held at different venues on the outskirts.
Source: Assam Tribune