BHARAT BHAVAN and Madhya Pradesh Sahitya Academy are jointly organising a weeklong discussion and presentation series reflecting the history of Hindi Literature. The programme, ‘Kriti Yug’ which been divided into morning and evening sessions will begin on September 14.
The morning session at 11 am each day will see discourses and deliberations from noted scholars like Omkar Singh, Vishwanath Tripathi, Krishna Chandra Goswami, Kishorilal Shukla, Nityanand Tiwari, Vishwanth Prasad Tiwari, Bharat
Bharadwaj and Revati Sharan Sharma.
Works and ideas of these litterateurs will be recited each day, during evening session so that distinctive styles of each one of these Hindi intellectuals reach art lovers in the form of dance and music.
The presentations will include programmes from reputed artists like Sharda Sinha, Ahmed Hussain Warsi, Alok Chatterjee, Daya Prakash Sinha and others.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will inaugurate the series at 10 am on September 14. Cultural Minister Laxmikant Sharma will preside over the function.