Literature

From Kazakhstan to Egypt: Medal of Honor for Ashraf Aboul-Yazid

Ashraf is being honored with the medal of the International Commonwealth of Peoples’ Diplomacy Kazakhstan for his contribution to the…

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The Silk Road Literature Launches its Magazine in Korea

The series, which launched its publications in 2016, with a collection of printed and hardcover books, has now been published…

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On Tagore’s Trails in America

As a young man, Rabindranath Tagore was deeply impressed with the works of 19th-century American writers Waldo Emerson and Walt…

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5-Day Creative Writing Master Class held at NED

The class provided participants with mentoring and essential training to expand their ideas and initiatives to promote peace, prosperity, social…

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Literary Notes: The Exile

Mahmoud Darwsh did not express the experience of exile with words directly connected to place after it had become an…

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WHERE LOVE JUDGES, ALL DIALECTS ARE SILENT

Khayyam’s love poems are filled with passion, amazement; with perfection and beauty beyond understanding. A literary note by Andry-Andreja Jakus…

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The 1st World Poetry Movement Congress in Caracas 2023

The CC also resolves to continue struggle for peace and freedom, fundamental rights and care for planet and life while…

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Lal Muhammad ‘Lal’ – The Jewel of Sindhi literature

Shaikh Ayaz, the great poet of Sindh and his close friend also eulogized ‘Lal’ as ‘an expert in ghazal carving’,…

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India’s Kalinga Literary Festival organizes its Kathmandu Edition

More than 200 poets, writers and artists participated in festival held on Oct.15-16. By Sushant Thapa Kathmandu Kalinga Literary Festival…

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Cultural Initiative for Peace and Nonviolence

A group of artists, cultural directors and organizations organized the event from Sep. 16 to Oct. 2 The event included…

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