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Global Poets in Delhi Participate in World Poetry Festival

Posted on Fri, 04/11/2014 - 12:18 by easytours
 
50 poets from 21 countries, including India, participated in a poetry festival focusing on world peace and unity organized by the Sahitya Akademi, a national language institute in New Delhi.

Qutab Minar
Sabad World Poetry Festival – Poets from 21 countries gathered to share verses in Delhi.

The Sabad World Poetry Festival aimed to present multiple voices from many languages to reveal the uplifting geography of the contemporary world’s poetic imagination. “Verses recited here celebrate the spirit of independence and stand against the imperialistic tendencies of certain countries who take over the land of others,” said Mr. Vishwanath Prasad Tiwari, President of Sahitya Akademi.

The Festival, which ended March 24, coincided with the 100 year anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore being the first non-European to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature. “Through the medium of poetry we want to establish unity of human beings. Poets do not belong to a nation. According to Rabindranath Tagore, every country is my country,” Tiwari said.

Prominent participants at the festival included George Szirtes (UK), Les Wicks (Australia), Kunwar Narain (India), Nikola Madzirov (Macedonia), Najwan Darwish (Palestine), Oscar Cruz (Cuba), Ingrid Storholmen (Norway), Pia Tafdrup (Denmark), Philip Nikolayev (USA), and Tanure Ojaide (Nigeria).

Poets read their verses on a wide range of topics like war and the nature of humanity.


Easy Tours announces results of the Pushkar Photo Challenge 2013

Posted on Fri, 03/21/2014 - 10:17 by easytours
 

The Pushkar Camel Fair is a signature event for Easy Tours of India that always draws immense interest from our guests around the world. Over the years, Easy Tours is the leading luxury tour operator with a presence at the Pushkar Camel Fair, far greater than most other prominent travel companies.

Easy Tours was the sponsor of the main camel race at the festival this year and has a reputation of having the best luxury accommodations, dining options and number of staff deployed to facilitate guests at the event.

Pushkar Camel Fair


Easy Tours launches new Spring Sale Campaign

Posted on Fri, 03/14/2014 - 12:14 by easytours
 

Easy Tours, the premier luxury travel facilitator for India and South Asia recently launched its 2014 Spring Sale Campaign for India with a new advertising campaign based on the ancient Indian art form of miniature painting.


The Jaipur Literature Festival 2014 looks set to make waves around the World

Posted on Mon, 01/27/2014 - 12:48 by easytours
 

Since its launch in 2006, the Jaipur Literature Festival has grown to become one of the largest lit-fests on the planet as well as India’s leading literature exposition. Scheduled to take place in the legendary pink city from January 17 to 21, 2014, this year’s Jaipur Literature Festival looks set to break all its previous records.

Hill Forts Rajasthan

Called the lifeblood of India’s literature, art and publishing scene, this year’s Jaipur Literature Festival has a line-up of 139 world class speakers including some of the world’s leading Pulitzer and Man Booker prize winners. The festival attracts some two million visitors from across India, the South Asian region as well as from around the world.


Delhi to restore British Era Town Hall as new tourist attraction

Posted on Wed, 01/22/2014 - 11:52 by easytours
 

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) has launched an ambitious plan to convert the city’s British-era Town Hall into a world class tourist attraction. The 150 year old building is located in the old city of Delhi near the iconic Chandni Chowk within the walled complex close to the Red Fort.

Under the plan, the Town Hall will have a host of facilities including a museum, a food court, souvenir shops, a library as well as an open air theatre to host performances. Furthermore the NDMC has an ambitious plan to turn the 16 acre area of the Town Hall into a hot-bed of activity with a complete calendar of events.

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