Each Other's Stories
The producers of the iconic Jaipur Literature Festival, the "greatest literary show on Earth", recreate the same magic across the world.
ZEE JLF at The British Library Saturday 15 Session 19: Amritsar and the Patient Assassin Anita Anand, Kim A. Wagner chaired by Navtej Sarna
As Navtej Sarna noted in his introduction, the centenary this...Read More
Meetings with Remarkable Manuscripts Christopher de Hamel introduced by William Dalrymple Presented by Bagri Foundation
In this session presented by Bagri Foundation, author-historian William Dalrymple...Read More
Game Changer: Cricket Country Shashi Tharoor, Wajahat S. Khan, Romesh Gunesekera and Prashant Kidambi in conversation with Mukulika Banerjee
This session was an exciting precursor to the much looked-forward...Read More
Despite the rainy start to Sunday sessions at the ZEE...Read More
ZEE JLF at The British Library Sunday 16 Session 25 Writing London Ben Judah in conversation with Marie Brenner
Returning to London from an overseas work-trip, acclaimed journalist and...Read More
The Jaipur Literary Festival is part-circus, part-postgraduate seminar and part-revolutionary assembly.
The greatest literary show on Earth.
The most fabulous literary love-fest on the planet.
Seeing school students, in uniform, on a Saturday, peppering esteemed journalists and politicians with erudite and wide-ranging questions was brilliant.