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  1. Huiling Zhu

    Professor Sen’s story is very impressive. I can’t image that such a great thinker could pass on his great ideas in such a lovely way. His wishes are his concerns about his country and the whole world. I am sure the audiences would be impressed a lot. We need such great masters as Professor Sen, who loves his country, wants to make it a better place and would like to enlighten children to get start to think about these big questions.

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  2. leena

    overwhelmed with the way proffessor addressed in the fest.. presentation makes a lot of difference..

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  3. robert G

    Julie: Excellent writing. Excellent descriptiveness. Excellent discretion. I didnt want to about the lingam ajingam thing.

    “I fell in love with at least a hundred handsome, moustached men in Rajasthan.” Mr. Singh was the most excellent … and as you said he was an accomplished camel driver and polo stick handler .. Camel Polo. What about the terrific motorcycle ride you took with that lad from America … .

    Such good writing … and I am delighted to read more about your adventures.

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  4. Karen

    Cinderella deserves to go to the ball – your blog is amazing and an inspiration to female singe travellers. xx

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  5. Kate Adams

    I love the way you’ve described the time spent at the Festival…am so looking forward to the first of many visits… :)

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  6. Ila gupta

    Wonderfully evocative of the beat and rythm of JLF. as a proud participant since its inception I value your handsome praise for the color and spirit of the festival

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  7. Ila gupta

    We love our loyal friends who come back year after year ! And esp special writers like arshiya who make JLF the most treasured lit fest for its friendships and warmth and all the many hues that arshiya has enumerated ! Thank you

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  8. shashi

    All I can say is, never having read the works of Ruskin bond myself, this re-working makes me want to read him as soon as i can. Great work Prerna.

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    • Prerna

      Bond’s work will take you on the most beautiful journeys. You’re in for a delightful time!

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  9. Reader

    It is very reminiscent of Bond, however it is almost as if he decided to accept that “there are people with cellphones in his memory palace of dehra”. A refreshing read. Very much Bond.

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  10. Shruti

    Very engrossing story and contemporary too. You have described the feelings of the girl very well. I could empathize with the character and that is what makes you a good story teller. Keep it up.

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  11. Ann sequeira

    Fantastic piece of work . Shivani is an artist who knits wirds beautfully
    Thank you
    Ann Sequeira

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  12. Ann sequeira

    Fantastic piece of work . Shivani is an artist who knits wirds beautfully Her hold over the English Language is remarkable
    Thank you
    Ann Sequeira

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  13. Shoma

    The countdown to my first visit to the Jaipur Literature Festival has already begun and Shrabani Basu’s blog sets the scene for what to expect when I arrive at this literary extravaganza. Finally a chance to come face to face with our favourite writers and the best of minds in an informal space and not to forget the endless cups of tea from khullar over animated discussions. I know this will be an experience to savour and make me want to come back for more!

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  14. पद्मजा शर्मा

    अच्छा बयां किया है । अति सुंदर । बधाई । अबके हमें भी इन आवाजों में अपनी एक आवाज मिलाने का अवसर उपस्थित हुआ है ।

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  15. Manpreet Sharma

    Good to have a book on ( Indian ) parenting !! Moreover initiatives to run workshops for parents are required .
    Learning /adopting better practices requires a few ( at least 3-4 sessions ) for it to sink in.
    Being a parent and a “learning and development” corporate professional I feel this area needs a great deal of attention. Professionals undergo training/ learning sessions to be better managers/ leaders. Even more important is to know how to raise your child/ children – to be ready to face the world

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  16. PARUL TIBREWAL

    Sexual revolution has started long way back when these powerful women authors started expressing their views . Looking forward to see some of the great personalities at JLF.

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  17. om

    From the discussion it appeared as if first we make theories than try to selective put the events to fit in to prove those theories by hook or crook.
    My question to
    1, Syed salman Chisty: if we are open to listen within and outside, why the discussion on Koran or other Muslim symbol is considered as taboo.? Sufism may be open to accommodate all, but threadbare discussion on Koran and other Islamic symbols is and will remain taboo.
    2. Shashi Tharoor: why your every question was deep fried in the party specific political angle instead of being with critical analysis of the issue in hand?
    3. P. sivakami: You proved existence of categorization and compartmentalization of society related to problems of city life by citing example of villages. Why could not you see that problem of villages are far different than that of the city and government functioning? To begin with try to analyse two problems separately and you will find that caste based issues of villages and organised government institutes of cities are far different.

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  18. Niraj Pant

    I have read the earlier books of Atul Gawande, I got to use his book on the CHECKLISTS actually in the work. I am sure of this book will be relevant to all the readers, and for the medical profession!

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  19. Ketan Jain

    Can’t wait to get my hands on ‘India’!
    A very well written and interesting article.
    Nice work :)

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  20. Tridash Chopra

    Can we have a youtube link to it as well for those who couldnt attend the event.

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    • jlfAdmin

      Hi Tridash Chopra

      yes you can see sessions videos
      visit ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival Website go to 2016 programme section and you’ll each session and each day over there.

      Thanks for Visiting us!

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  21. Dr Rahul Tiwari

    thanks Anu, very Beautiful. It was a pleasure to meet you at the literature festival this year. Dr Rahul Tiwari, lok nayak hospital New Delhi

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  22. Pallavi Choudhari

    Yes , I do believe that .It is best place for all sort of people.

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  23. Ojasi

    Prerna, I must say, it’s technically a post modern and thus very well written story. Kudos

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  24. neeru

    During reading a book Delhi written by Late Sh. Khushwant singh. just struck in my mind….dis is a male account of the hijra life…what about a hijra writing his own story…. And I found dis….great. I would luv to read d book.

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  25. ila gupta

    brilliantly said … im in total agreement ,
    its an amorphous indefinable transient yet tangible idea sustained despite religion caste inequity disparity color etc .. it is pride in an identity not attached to all of the above yet anchored intrinsically to all of the above

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  26. priya

    I am Impress With your blog post,great job and thanks for this this information…………….

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  27. link

    With a definitive election looming large over 2014, there was no doubt that the minds gathered at the Jaipur Literature Festival would express their political opinions – they just couldn’t come to any sort of consensus.

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  29. saki

    nice blog too informative. looking and reading your points its so impressive. doing more blog like this. i really appreciated doing like this.

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  30. Shu Sabater

    Throughout this great scheme of things you’ll get an A+ for hard work. Where exactly you confused me ended up being on your specifics. As as the maxim goes, details make or break the argument.. And it couldn’t be much more true at this point. Having said that, let me inform you what exactly did give good results. Your article (parts of it) is quite persuasive and this is most likely the reason why I am taking the effort to comment. I do not make it a regular habit of doing that. Secondly, despite the fact that I can see the jumps in reason you come up with, I am not necessarily convinced of exactly how you seem to unite the ideas which in turn help to make your conclusion. For the moment I will subscribe to your position but wish in the near future you actually connect your facts better.

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  31. Sriram Chadalavada

    Superbly well written! Pakistani pride in Indus Valley doesn’t absolve the country of selective cultural amnesia. Whether citizens of the civilization were Vedic, as we understand today, they do seem to have elements of Pashupati and mother Goddess worship and it is more accurate to use terms Hindu or Dharmic , rather than pagan(term used mostly by converting Christians for the others ) to describe those aspects.

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  32. vk Sudhakar

    Excellent article! Very lucidly articulated and skillfully presented for readers to vividly picture dynamically changing India from its prehistoric era to current times. May such authors continue to introduce India to the Indians who jump to conclusion with their parochial mind least mindful of the nature of our broader anthology.

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  33. Alprazolam

    The Jaipur Literature Festival has grown in leaps and bounds from humble beginnings into an important literary event. Find out all you need to know about planning your trip and attending the festival here.

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  34. Alprazolam

    Several teaching guides and books of study notes have been published to help teachers and students gain the most from the book.

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  35. Alprazolam

    From Nobel laureate Amartya Sen’s cheeky opening address to the final rumbling debate about democracy, each day of the 2014 Jaipur Literature Festival brought with it an underlying questioning of global monoculture.

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  37. Sriram Chadalavada

    Very informative! Where are the scientifically trained Indian historians and archaeologists to decode oral tradition? What institutions in India are researching or teaching on this topic? With all respect to contributions from researchers from elsewhere, shouldn’t the longer term responsibility of engaging with our own heritage be at least shared?

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  38. Sriram Chadalavada

    This history of Indian liberalism is incomplete and biased in favor of atheistic beliefs. Modernity need not necessarily mean wholesale rejection of spiritual beliefs. One need not throw the baby out with the bath water.
    The author ignores the presence of the Nasadiya Sukta of the Rigveda which “astronomer Carl Sagan quoted in discussing India’s “tradition of skeptical questioning and unselfconscious humility before the great cosmic mysteries.” in the original Cosmos TV series Episode 10.
    I recommend author read https://www.amazon.com/Sartha-Caravan-S-L-Bhyrappa/dp/0195676017 for an account of the debates between schools of various philosophy schools as late as during 8th century when Adi Sankara’s Advaita triumphed. Traditionally, there is even an account of a married woman taking on him. And subsequently dualist schools debated against and built upon his philosophy suited for their theistic milieu. This debating culture wasn’t revived until Akbar held the Ibaadat Khana .

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