A Writer's Journey by Namita Gokhale

Centre of Global South Asian Studies, Department of Cross Cultural and Regional Studies in collaboration with the Danish Cultural Institute is pleased to invite you to this public talk.

Namita Gokhale is a founder and co-director of the worlds' largest annual literary event 'Jaipur Literary Festival' where she is committed to showcasing literature from across the Indian languages. She is the author of twelve books including her first novel 'Paro: Dreams of Passions' which created a furore with its candid sexual humour, 'Gods, Graves and Grandmother', 'A Himalayan Love Story', 'The Book of Shadows', 'Shakuntala' and 'Priya'. Her work also includes writings on Indian myth including 'The Book of Shiva' and 'In Search of Sita.'
Date: 19th March 2015
Time: 13-15
Venue: KUA2 - 12.2.62 

Public Event. Registration not required. All are welcome.