Panorama International Literature Festival to Begin from January 29Ray commented on the festival's subject, stating that it was still important today because it included both philosophical and environmental elements of air.
on Jan 24, 2023
The Central University of Kerala will host the three-day Panorama International Literature Festival from January 29th to 31st to support the global dissemination of humanitarian principles.
The renowned Indian author and Jnanpith awardee Dr. Prathibha Ray, who will attend the event as the principal guest, revealed last week that Writers Capital Foundation will host a festival worldwide.
"Man nowadays is lonely because he constructs barriers rather than bridges. When announcing the event, Dr. Prathibha Ray noted that literature "builds bridges, tears down boundaries, and enhances the human personality. The event will include eminent authors from throughout the nation. The two principal sponsors of the three-day event with the topic "Air" are Kerala Sahitya Akademi and Kerala Chalachitra Akademi and the Central University of Kerala.
Ray commented on the festival's subject, stating that it was still important today because it included both philosophical and environmental elements of air. I aspire for the platform to promote outstanding discussions, intercultural understanding, and a confirmation of the value of the written word. This year, the festival will operate in a hybrid format where participants will exhibit their works.
The Central University of Kerala and Kerala Sahitya Akademi is the festival's Indian partners. Although Spain is hosting the event worldwide, the national event in India will take place on the campus of Kerala Central University in Kasaragod, Kerala.
According to renowned poet and head of the organizing committee, Dr. Bhawani Shankar Nilal, "Kasaragod, a country of seven languages, lured the Panorama International Literary Festival to the Kasaragod region of Kerala." "This Keralan area in the north is home to speakers of up to seven different languages.
Writers from throughout the nation are attending the three-day event on and around the university, "he added. The festival seeks to raise awareness of air pollution, one of the major problems the human race is now dealing with, and to encourage authors to showcase their works on the matter.