30 January - 3 February 2025 | Hotel Clarks Amer, Jaipur

Mridula Garg

Mridula Garg is proficient in both Hindi and English. She has written prolifically in Hindi, covering various genres, including 8 novels, 4 plays, 6 collections of essays, and 90 short stories. Additionally, she has authored 1 novel in English, titled The Last Email. Her most recent publication is a memoir titled VE NAYAAB AURTEIN, reflecting on her life experiences. Garg has earned several awards, including the 2004 Vyas Samman for her novel Kathgulab and the Sahitya Akademi Award in 2013 for Miljul Mann. She was also honoured with the Hellman-Hammett Grant by The Human Rights Watch, New York, in 2001. Her novel Chittacobra has been translated into English, French, Russian, and German. Miljul Mann is available in Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, Rajasthani, and Malayalam. Kathgulab has been translated into Marathi, Malayalam, and Japanese. Anity is available in English and Marathi, and Main Aur Main in Odiya and Marathi. In 1990, she served as the keynote speaker at the UN Colloquium for Women at IOWA and worked as a Research Associate at UC Berkeley, USA.


05 Feb | 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM | Venue - JAN MICHALSKI FONDATION BAITHAK

196. The Narrative Arc - Mridula Garg and Kalpana Raina

Mridula Garg and Kalpana Raina in conversation with Aditi Maheshwari Goyal

05 Feb | 05:00 PM - 05:30 PM | Venue - DURBAR HALL

223 FIRST EDITION : चाबियाँ उम्मीदों की by Mamta Pandit

Mamta Pandit in conversation with Era Tak, launch by Mridula Garg

04 Feb | 05:00 PM - 05:30 PM | Venue - JAN MICHALSKI FONDATION BAITHAK

182.FIRST EDITION: "Shakuntala's Daughter" by Itirani Samanta; translated by Dipty Patnaik

Introduced by Soumya Duggal, Address by Mridula Garg, followed by Itirani Samanta in conversation with Soumya Duggal, launch by Mridula Garg

03 Feb | 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM | Venue - DURBAR HALL

97. Banned, Burned and Censored

Mridula Garg, Kalpana Raina, Merve Emre and Navdeep Suri in conversation with Nilanjana S. Roy

03 Feb | 05:00 PM - 05:30 PM | Venue - DURBAR HALL

130. FIRST EDITION: "सियासत" ("Siyasat") by Shivani Sibal, translated by Prabhat Ranjan

Introduction by S. Nirupam, followed by Prabhat Ranjan in conversation with Mita Kapur. Readings from Siyasat and Equations. Launch by Shivani Sibal, Mridula Garg, Prabhat Ranjan, S. Nirupam and Mita Kapur

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