Jaipur Literature Festival Jaipur 2018, India
“I disapprove of what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it- Voltaire”
Update about Jaipur Literature Festival - JLF 2018 Registration, Dates, Speakers Schedule.
The freedom of expression is the basic necessity of any civilized & progressive society; to embrace this Jaipur literature festival is conducted in Jaipur city of the Indian state of Rajasthan; Jaipur literature festival is entitled as the best & richest literature festival of the world. Jaipur literature festival often referred as JLF was started in the year 2005 with 18 guest writers & a small number of 100 visitors, in the year 2016 it has hosted around 250 writers, poets, philosophers, musicians, thinkers & artists from nearly all fields of art & whopping 60000 visitors attended this 5 days long festival.
Jaipur Literature Festival 2018 Dates
24th January to 29th January 2018
Diggi Palace is the venue for this magical festival which was home (now functioning as a hotel) for ruling family of the principality of Jaipur princely state. The reputation of this festival is very high in the world of laureates. The aces from different fields of literature find this platform suitable to showcase the intellect; this is the root cause of the success of JLF. The main essence of this festival is to embrace the right of freedom of speech; JLF revolves around this concept as a whole & this is the core reason for the love of people for JLF. During Jaipur Literature Festival the whole world has its eyes on it, many events like sessions, conversations, musical events, lunches are organized in order to make people share their thoughts, ideas. Brainstorming session over social, political & ethical issues is the soul of this festival. It was started in 2008 with as small as 100 visitors; now next JLF will be celebrating its 10thanniversary & expecting a whopping footfall of 2,00,000. The food, drinks & fun activities here characterize the concept of global village; people from different nationalities, religions, beliefs are gathered under a single roof of knowledge, wisdom & harmony.
Registrations of Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) 2018, India
One needs to register him or herself at the official website or direct on the venue. There are different options which are sync in categories; there are 2 options in visitor category, one is paid & other is for free; the paid option enables visitors to access to some important area like the lounge, restaurant & private sessions with the limited audience. For delegates, authors & artists there is a different category.
News: JLF registration start for 25th to 29th January 2018. There is category wise registration on official website. Become a Delegate and experience the Jaipur Literature festival mention paid at official website. School going students registraion also available on website. visit the link of Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) 2018 Registration https://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/registration
How to reach: Jaipur Literature Festival 2018
By Air: - The international airport is 15 km away from the venue. A large number of private cabs, public transport options are easily available round the clock.
By Road: - By road, Jaipur is very well connected to all major cities of India; Jaipur is located at a distance 250 km from the National capital city of New Delhi.
By Train: - The railway station is 5 km from the venue; Jaipur has a railway junction which is very connected to the whole country, there are direct trains to almost all major cities of India covering nearly all regions within the country.
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Rajasthani Thali - The Traditional Food of Rajasthan: - Dal baati churma - this is the state's classic signature food. Gatte ki sabzi, Most of Rajasthani food came to fruition as a result of the arid conditions. Some of the popular dishes of Rajasthan are Laal maans, Ker sangri, Papad ki subzi, Bajra ki roti with lasun chutney, Raab, Onion kachori, Rabri, Ghewar, Phini, etc.