The first edition of Bangalore Literature Festival 2012 is set to take place from December 7 to 9. The three day literary extravaganza is sure to draw in thousands of Bibliophiles on India bound flights to Bangalore to attend the event.
Bibliophiles who plan to hop on India bound flights to Bangalore in the month of December now have a reason to rejoice as the dates for one of India’s most talked about literary fest, Bangalore Literature Festival (BLF) 2012 has already been announced.
The very first edition of BLF 2012, also called Nammadu literature festival, is set to be held at Jayamahal Palace in India’s garden city from December 7 and will last till December 9, 2012, revealed online sources.
Sources further revealed that this three-day literary extravaganza aims to offer a platform to authors and bibliophiles to interact with each other.
Over 50 national and international authors including the likes of Ruskin Bond, Tarquin Hall, Benjamin Law and Kirsty Murray among others are expected to grace the event with their presence.
The idea behind this three day event is to afresh the passion of literature among enthusiasts from India as well as of foreign origin taking flights tickets to India.
Organizers believe the festival may become the annual flagship event in the city’s cultural and literary calendar luring thousands literature lovers to look for flights to the city every year.
Besides, the visitors taking flights to the city will also be entertained through cultural programmes every evening that will showcase classical, folk and popular culture of Karnataka. Beyond cultural programmes, the fest will also hold workshops, interactive sessions and panel discussions on different genres and topics.
December is a great time to visit India and attracts countless visitors on cheap flights to the country. It really makes sense for those who have not booked their tickets so far to grab those cheap last minute flight tickets to attend this unique literary initiative that promises to not only entertain but also enrich!