Saturday, September 29, 2012

Kovalam Literary Festival to Tempt Flyers to Grab India Flights

The enchanting Indian land is offering yet another prerogative to its guests taking flights to the country. And this time it is the fifth annual Kovalam Literary Festival being held at Delhi and Kerala, the two most exotic destinations of the nation.

India International Centre on October 3 will be the venue for Delhi leg while the Southern state will host the affair for two days - October 6 and 7 at Kanakakunnu Palace in Thiruvanathapuram.

Book lovers travelling on flights to India during this month will be overwhelmed with whirlwind of reading sessions, presentations, discussions and other intriguing events.

In capital, the festival will feature six sessions including the reading sessions and conversations. Renowned authors like Monisha Rajesh (author of Around India in 80 Trains), Israeli writer Dorit Rabinyan and Sudeep Sen, a famous poet in India will be the participants.

The literary event in Kerala will kick off with the KC John memorial lecture by Dr Binayak Sen at 10 am and proceed with a good number of presentations and conversations. The affair will conclude with an evening of musical performance by a popular band, Indian Ocean and a one-man band from Israel, 'Tal Kravitz', at Nishagandhi Auditorium.

October is the best time to book flights to these two spectacular destinations. The month is ripe when Delhi enlivens up with bright autumn shades while Kerala invigorates with pleasing weather, offering a gala time to tourists. With such an elating event to boot, foreign vacationers will be able to make the most of their money spent on flights to the ancient country.

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