Jaipur Literature Festival 2014



The largest FREE literary festival on earth, the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival once again brings together some of the greatest thinkers and writers from across South Asia and the world in its 7th Edition in Jaipur!!

Jaipur Literature Festival diggi Palace Jaipur

From Nobel laureates to local language writers, Man Booker prize winners to début novelists, every January the most remarkable, witty, sensitive and brilliant collection of authors come together for five days of readings, debates and discussions at the beautiful Diggi Palace in the Rajasthani capital.


JLF, which began in 2006, is now regarded as a cultural catalyst within India and around the world, exposing audiences to a constant flow of ideas. Featuring live music sessions and interactive workshops, the Festival provides a space to dare, dream and imagine. 

Jaipur Literature Festival front Lawn

Inaugurated by Rajasthan Governor Margaret Alva and the Keynote Address by Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, yesterday the literature festival has over 250 authors and 175 sessions to host. The theme of this festival has five days of debate and discussion, from fiction to biography, history to music, theatre and Bollywood to media, and social agendas, set across more than one venue in a very cultural yet liberating setting!

THEME 2014

Jaipur Literature Festival Diggi Palace

The Jaipur Literature Festival continues to be the largest free literature festival and among the five largest such festivals in the world, with a unique visitor registration of 1,57,000, and a footfall of more than 2,00,000 as compared to 2013. The music stage for January 17 to 20, 2014 is set at the Hotel Clarks Amer- Jaipur.


For the program details, find the Zee JLF at http://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/

On-the-spot registration is also available at the venue. 

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