Jaipur Literary Festival

The Carnival Season

Suhel Seth

Festivals of arts and literature have already lost their purpose

Where the Mind Is Without Fear

To be a witness, if not a channel for others’ voices

JLF 2019: Reigning Stars and Falling Trees

Being both an insider and outsider at the Jaipur Literature Festival

Spotting Chatwin and Other Delights in Jaipur

Tishani Doshi keeps an ear out at the world’s biggest literary carnival

JLF 2017: Wordscapes

We present the faces that launched a million stories from the JLF 2017's tenth edition. Photographs by Rohit Chawla

Jaipur Cool: Pink Panache

Heritage meets swank to create a new Jaipur chic—and it’s not just about a literary festival

“India should Safeguard its Democracy, Independence of Speech”

Three Chinese writers, exiled from their country’s imagination, implore India to preserve freedom of speech

“I would say to writers, don’t give up your day jobs”

The editor-in-chief of Bloomsbury is in India to scout for talent. She speaks of India being a soft market and surviving the end of the Harry Potter series.


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