The literary vastness of Bengali culture will be promoted by eminent artists, writers and performers at the Bengal Art and Literary festival. India Habitat Centre will witness three days of art, traditional music, skilful sculptures, paintings and crafts, as well as theatre and folk dances.

And if that isn’t enough, the Bangla Akademi, {formed with the help of government initiatives, the team of eBangla and Google}, will be launched at the occasion. The Bangla Akademi will be providing financial assistance, and scholarships to those working in the field of Bangla and organising seminars, workshops, exhibitions and more. Personally, we’re looking forward to the Bengali art {paintings by Jamini Roy, patachitra and more}, music and literature this weekend.

When: 25th – 27th December

Where: India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road

Nearest Metro Station: Jor Bagh

Timings: 10am onwards

Contact: Find them here.

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