Sahitya Aaj Tak Literature Festival returns to Delhi in November

The 5th edition of the festival will be held at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi on November 18, 19 and 20.

Aaj Tak, one of India’s most watched Hindi news channels, is reintroducing its popular literary program, Sahitya Aaj Tak. After a three-year hiatus due to Corona, the 5th edition of the show will be held at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi on November 18, 19 and 20.

Sahitya Aaj Tak is a one-of-a-kind event that brings people together from the worlds of literature and culture. Conceptualized and designed by Aaj Tak, attendees of the three-day event can directly listen, watch and meet celebrities from the worlds of literature, art and culture with a variety of legendary talents under one roof. Admission to Sahitya Aaj Tak is free.

This unique festival linking different streams of Sahitya is one such effort of “Aaj Tak”, through which today’s youth and society can better understand and connect with the world of Sahitya. The program will include writers, scholars, composers, musicians, actors, columnists, business leaders, poets and theater artists whose work has left an impression on people over the years.

This year, the artists will once again come together on the same stage to share their thoughts, voices and performances with guests.

Sahitya Aaj Tak is a forum where one can challenge one’s mind with stimulating debates and engage with authors and their creations from all over India that have ignited your wanderlust. The event will also feature notable leaders and novelty and other budding conversations. The presence of movie stars will brighten up the already star-studded gathering of literary stars.

The festival will see the presence of artists like Kutle Khan, Afsana Khan, Murari Bapu, Kumar Vishwas, Waseem Barelvi, Shashi Tharoor and Manzar Bhoplai and many more. And live performances by B Praak and Asees Kaur will adorn Sahitya Aaj Tak.

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