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Shaam-e-Dastaan: An open mic of penned words and artful thoughts

MANIPAL:  Goonj, the Hindi Literary Society of Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), organised the third edition of Shaam-e-Dastaan, an open mic event, on April 15 at the Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MCOPS). The evening saw a series of talented and entertaining performances of slam...

Qissa: Everybody loves a good story

Manipal: On a rainy October evening, five unique storytellers took the stage to tell their tales to a bunch of interested listeners from various parts of Manipal. Qissa, a storytelling venture's first installment saw the storytellers Siddhant Kala, Hrishabh Kanti, Mr. Thomas, Angad Gummaraju and Nadeem Ahmed...

“I can’t make happy endings”: Girish Kasaravalli

Kannada film director and pioneer in parallel cinema, Girish Kasaravalli, was one of the dignitaries at Manipal International Literary and Arts Platform (MILAP) hosted by Manipal University from September 15 - 17. Kasaravalli, who has won 14 National Film Awards, was invited on the first day...

The Art of Translation: An indispensable process

Literature has served as a record for the constantly developing and transforming cultures all around the world. Be it the Indian Vedas, the Greek epics, the Latin poems or the innumerable literary pieces in a plethora of languages, we have them well within our reach....