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AWWA to Organize a Three-Day Literary Festival in Jaipur for the First Time

on Oct 19, 2022

The 'Abhivyakti' Season 2', a three-day literary festival, will be held in Jaipur for the first time from November 12–14 at Jawahar Kala Kendra and is being organized by the Army Wives Welfare Association (AWWA) in Jaipur. 

According to Ravneet Bhinder, regional president of AWWA, the event would bring together authors, storytellers, artists, entrepreneurs, stand-up comedians, and poets from all across India to exchange ideas and opinions on books, literature, and entrepreneurship.

According to her, "Abhivyakti Season 2" aspires to create a platform for women talent who will tell their experiences, demonstrate their entrepreneurial spirit, and demonstrate their writing abilities while meeting other known writers and scribes, and talents from many industries.

A year ago, Delhi hosted the event's inaugural season in both offline and online modes. However, she noted that this event is now being organized physically for the first time since the epidemic.

"Trendy subjects like social influence, kavad art, creative writing, business, publishing your work, eco parenting, life counseling, and many more will be covered in workshops that will be held in conjunction with the event. Neeti Palta and Harpriya Bains, two well-known performers, will also perform on this occasion "Added she.

Poetry readings, stand-up comedy, cultural performances, a musical symphony, and other attractions including counseling sessions, open sessions, food stalls, and entrepreneur booths will also be present.

The second season of "Abhivyakti" will be an all-India event that is "by the women, of the women, and for the women." Among the books that will be launched is The Birth of My Nation by Sutapa Basu, Amaltas by Nidhi Khyali Dhyani, Yeh Na Thi Hamari Kismat by Lily Swarna, and Kab Tak by Meenu Tripathi.

Women need new opportunities and platforms in today's changing world, so Ravneet Bhinder said, "We've organized this event to showcase the creative perspective of Army personnel's wives and war widows who will be organizing workshops on various topics, presenting interesting entrepreneurship sessions, participating in book launches, dance shows, etc."

The Army Wives Welfare Association, one of the biggest registered NGOs in India, was founded in 1966 and has since paved the way for civic responsibility fulfillment, social empowerment, and skill development.

AWWA is currently developing a new paradigm for the scope and execution of its activities. The goal and aim of AWWA are now to empower and prepare the Army wife to face newer problems in line with the shifting social and socioeconomic needs.

AWWA uses a variety of social media channels, including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, to raise awareness of its initiatives among the general public.

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