Curtains to go up on Odisha Literary Festival today Governor Prof Ganeshi Lal to inaugurate the fest

  • | Saturday | 21st September, 2019

Bhubaneswar: The stage is set for the eighth edition of Odisha Literary Festival (OLF), Eastern India's biggest literary extravaganza, organised by The New Indian Express. The festival that brings together authors, scholars, filmmakers, musicians and politicians under one platform, will begin in Bhubaneswar on Saturday at 5 pm. It will be inaugurated by Governor Prof Ganeshi Lal in presence of Editorial Director of The New Indian Express (TNIE) Prabhu Chawla and legendary poet Jayanta Mahapatra. The day will end with a session on 'Tagore in the Dark' by classical pianist and music educator Anil Srinivasan. The two-day literary festival will conclude with Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik discussing 'Rising From The East: What's Next for Odisha?' with TNIE Editorial Director Chawla.

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