Book Readings and Book Launch in Bangalore and Hyderabad

Book launch, Hyderabad: “Regaining Paradise. Towards a Fossil Fuel Free Society”

The launch of “Regaining Paradise . Towards a Fossil Fuel Free Society…” by T. J. Vijayendra
Introduced by Uma Maheshwari

ON: 20th April, 18:00hrs

At: Goethe – Zentrum Hyderabad

In view of the International Earth Day on 22nd of April, Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad is conducting an Environmental Week, where various events around the theme of environment and nature are conducted. To kick start this series of awareness activities, we launch a book on the theme: Regaining Paradise .

Towards a Fossil Fuel Free Society, by T. J. Vijayendra, an ex-engineer who abandoned his former life to dedicate himself to farming. To discover why Vijayendra sustains that “we aren’t ready to be free yet”, join us in a lively presentation and debate on the theme.

(We received news about this event in an email sent to us by Chintan. Thank you Chintan! Click here to go to the ‘People in Education‘ facebook page that Chintan manages)


Book Readings and Panel Discussion : Swedish Crime Fiction: The Renewal and Redefining of a Literary Genre

Via Blaftatronic Halwa

If you are in Bangalore on Wednesday April 21 at 6.30pm, don’t miss this event at the Crossword Bookshop, Residency Road, Bengaluru.

Håkan Nesser, author of the internationally bestselling series about Chief Inspector Van Veeteren, that include titles such as The Mind’s Eye, Borkmann’s Point, and Woman with Birthmark (Pan Macmillan); together with Zac O’Yeah, author of the forthcoming Once Upon A Time In Scandinavistan (Hachette India).

The readings will be followed by a unique panel discussion on modern crime fiction, featuring Sudarshan Purohit, literary critic and translator of Surender Mohan Pathak’s bestselling Hindi novels The 65 Lakh Heist and Daylight Robbery (Blaft Publications), as a moderating panelist.

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