Book Launch Of Karnakavita
Atta Galatta, 5th Block Koramangala

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We humbly invite you to the launch of the book Karnakavita.

'Karnakavita' is an anthology of Hindi and Urdu poetry from Bangalore. It is the collaborative effort of 30 poets which has made the anthology possible. Despite living in a non-Hindi speaking region, these are poets who, either in isolation, or in small groups, are experimenting with the language they dearly love. The anthology's importance can be laid by the fact that it is the first of its kind to surface from Bangalore.

Most poets associated with the anthology are young and are striving hard to stay connected with their roots. While this collective represents poets from different parts of the country, it is made special by a major contribution by native poets of Karnataka who bring a strong local flavor. 'Karnakavita' is an honest and humble attempt to encourage both poets and readers of the Hindi language. We hope this collective is able to converse with its readers and paves way for a more vibrant and active scene for Hindi poetry in the city.

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Atta Galatta

134, 1st A Main Road KHB Colony, 5th Block Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095, India

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