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PHOTO GALLERY: Jaipur's Literature Festival


Amartya Sen at the Jaipur Literature Festival's opening event (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Jaipur Literature Festival panel discussion (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Alley leading to Jaipur Literature Festival grounds (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Jaipur Literature Festival grounds (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Jaipur Literature Festival panel discussion (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Jaipur Literature Festival grounds (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Audience at one of the Jaipur Literature Festival panel discussions (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Jaipur Literature Festival grounds (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Jaipur Literature Festival grounds (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Workshop for young adults, Jaipur Literature Festival (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Bookshop at Jaipur Literature Festival grounds (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
Reza Aslan and Farida Hachtroudi in a discussion at Jaipur Literature Festival grounds (Photo: Ati M
Books booth at Jaipur Literature Festival grounds (Photo: Ati Metwaly)
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This year's Zee Jaipur Literature Festival, the world largest literary festival, brings together 240 literary figures and artists, features over 170 panel discussions, exhibitions and music concerts

For the 7th consecutive year, Jaipur's festival becomes a dynamic meeting point of the India's and international literary minds and artists.

Launched on 17 January and planned to run for five consecutive days, this year's festival witnesses a dynamic exchange of thoughts and experiences between 240 novelists, poets, playwrights, novelists, translators, editors and journalists along with many economists, historians, film producers, theatre makers, and musicians.

The festival provides a total of 170 panel discussions, incorporates visual arts exhibition and ends each day with music events.

All photos by Ati Metwaly from Jaipur, India.

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