Calendar

Oct
29
Mon
Book Launch : “Stories I Never Told” by Sorav Pati
Oct 29 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Author Sorav Pati at the launch of his book Stories I Never Told at Oxford Bookstore.

Oct
30
Tue
Book Launch : “The Ordinary Boy” by Dipan Bhatt
Oct 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Author Dipan Bhatt at the Book Launch Event of his book The Ordinary Boy.

Nov
17
Sat
Book Launch : “As They Spoke To Me” by Puneet Singh
Nov 17 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Author Puneet Singh at the Book Launch Event of his book As They Spoke To Me.

Dec
6
Thu
Book Launch : “A Crossroad Between Friendship and Passion” by Vrinda Khetan
Dec 6 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh — Yogi Adityanath ji, launches our Author Vrinda Khetan’s debut book A Crossroad Between Friendship And Passion.

Dec
18
Tue
Book Launch : “विवेक” by Hukum Singh
Dec 18 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Author Hukum Singh at the Book Launch Event of his book “विवेक”

Jan
5
Sat
New Delhi World Book Fair, 2019
Jan 5 @ 10:00 am – Jan 13 @ 8:00 pm

New Delhi World Book Fair, 2019

Jan
24
Thu
Jaipur Literature Fest, 2019
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am – Jan 28 @ 10:00 pm

Team LitGleam (our in-house monthly magazine) covers Jaipur Literature Festival, 2019, featuring Andrew Sean Greer, Pulitzer Winner, in our February Edition.

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Sep
1
Sun
Book Launch “The Illusion Called Democracy” by The Parth Kakkar
Sep 1 all-day

The evening began with kin and kith sharing pleasantries with each other over drinks. They were then welcomed by the host under the blessings of the revered Guruji. This was then followed by the introduction of the author, Mr. Parth Kakkar. The audience was made aware of a secret offer to receive his book free of cost through solving a riddle, which they would receive randomly. This was followed by the  main event – the book release – under the blessings of an elder from the Kakkar family, joined by the author’s parents, Mr. Jagjeet Arora and Mrs. Babita Arora, brother Kanishk Kakkar, sister-in-law Rebla Kakkar, niece Kaniraa Kakkar, and extended family.

The event proceeded with the reading of excerpts from the book, The Illusion Called Democracy, after which Mrs. Kakkar recited a self-composed poem. There was a break for 20 minutes, during which the author met with the audience members for drinks and appetizers. The event resumed, and the crowd was addressed by the author’s former teacher, Mrs. D. Singh, who shared her perspectives on Parth’s novel, and extended her blessings and warm regards. This was followed by an interview with the author, where he fielded questions about his novel and the idea behind its conception. Then, there was a celebratory cake-cutting, after which the people proceeded with buying signed copies of the book and clicking pictures with the author.  

The attendees gave their regards to the author and his family, and started filtering out, bringing the event to a close.

 

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