Sahitya AajTak 2024: Literary Festival in Kolkata Concludes with Enthusiastic Participation

✍️By Special Correspondent

The vibrant city of Kolkata witnessed the culmination of Sahitya AajTak 2024, a literary extravaganza that captivated audiences with its diverse line-up of events and distinguished personalities. Organized by the India Today Group, the festival brought together renowned authors, poets, singers, and performers to celebrate the richness of literature and culture.

The event, held at Swabhumi The Heritage, showcased an array of captivating performances and insightful discussions across two stages. The “Halla Bol Chaupal” stage witnessed the presence of eminent personalities such as Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Babul Supriyo, Shatrughan Sinha, Swanand Kirkire, and Shailesh Lodha, who enthralled the audience with their performances and thought-provoking insights.

Meanwhile, at the “Dustak Darbar” stage, attendees were treated to engaging discussions on various literary topics, including social media’s impact on Hindi literature, the intersection of time and literature, the significance of translation, and the essence of Bengali literature. Notable speakers such as Pallavi Pundir, Sarada Banerjee, Joya Mitra, and Jayanta Ghosal graced the stage, sparking meaningful conversations and reflections.

The festival also featured musical tributes, including a mesmerizing performance by Armaan Khan paying homage to Ustad Rashid Khan, and a grand finale musical performance by Papon, which left the audience spellbound.

On the success of Sahitya AajTak 2024, Today Group stated, are delighted to see such enthusiastic participation and engagement at Sahitya AajTak 2024. This festival has been a celebration of literature, culture, and creativity, and we are grateful to all the participants, attendees, and partners who made it a memorable event.”

As the curtains draw on this edition of Sahitya AajTak, the India Today Group looks forward to continuing its tradition of promoting and celebrating the diverse literary heritage of India in the years to come.

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