Prajwal and Raman Add Gorkha Oomph to Brahmaputra Lit Fest

The second edition of the Brahmaputra Literary Festival was held in Guwahati from 9th to 11th February.

More than 100 writers and authors from India and abroad participated in the three-day festival.

Ashok Ferrey from Sri Lanka, Bee Rowlett from England author of several books and a BBC correspondent and prominent writers from North East India were the highlight of the event.

Internationally acclaimed author and travel writer Prajwal Parajuly and Raman Shrestha, owner, Rachna Books, Gangtok represented the Gorkha community. They were on the panel for the discussion on ‘ In Short: New Approaches to Contemporary Fiction and ‘Flipped at the Counter: disappearing neighbourhood bookshops’ respectively.

Raman’s session was moderated by a noted curator of art and culture, Mary T Kurkalang.

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