Kalinga Literary Festival 2017

Kalinga Literary Festival 2017

 

  • Conference Pass

    Free Access to all the Sessions - Free Tea/Coffee

    Last Date: 09-06-2017

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  • Delegate for June 10

    Free Access to all the Sessions - Event Kit - Free Tea/Coffee - Lunch for June 10 only (please show the received SMS or printout of the mail at the registration counter to collect your lunch coupon)

    Last Date: 09-06-2017

    INR 700
  • Delegate for June 11

    Free Access to all the Sessions - Event Kit - Free Tea/Coffee - Lunch for June 11 only (please show the received SMS or printout of the mail at the registration counter to collect your lunch coupon)

    Last Date: 10-06-2017

    INR 700
  • Delegate for June 10 & 11

    Free Access to all the Sessions - Event Kit - Free Tea/Coffee - Lunch for both June 10 and 11 (please show the received SMS or printout of the mail at the registration counter to collect your lunch coupon)

    Last Date: 10-06-2017

    INR 1200

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About The Event

Odisha Media info Service (OMIS) Private Ltd and Odisha Diary Foundation (ODF) will organize the 4thEdition in Kalinga Literary Festival (KLF) on 10th and 11th June 2017 to celebrate this creative spirit of the Smart City of Bhubaneswar and commemorate the literary diversity it offers, bringing it in conversation with the best minds in the world of literature within and outside of Odisha and India. Academics, authors, political and social activists, law makers, government officials, corporate leaders, students and people from all walks of life will immerse in the vibrant atmosphere of the festival and exchange opinions on their favourite authors and works. Several eminent literary and film personalities are scheduled to attend the event. 

KLF has emerged as an Annual Flagship event in the cultural calendar of Odisha and our focus is to rekindle the romance with literature and foster reading and writing habits, especially among the youth. It offers a national platform with a global appeal and bridges the gap between literature in English and other Indian regional languages.