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Hyderabad Literary fest’s 13th edition will be held between January 27 and 29.

The 13th edition of the Hyderabad Literary Festival (HLF) will be held between January 27 and 29 at Vidyaranya High School, Lakdi-ka-pul. Hyderabad will witness the event live post-COVID-19 pandemic since it was being hosted online for the past two years. The literary event will be rolled out to visitors from 10 am to 9 pm and it will begin at 2 pm on January 27.  Fest teamed up with Hyderabad Metro this time and will provide free shuttle services from the Lakdi-ka-pul metro station to the venue. Festival directors said during media talk, the agenda, for many years, has been to be all-inclusive in terms of themes, sessions, interactions, and social and gender minorities. This year we will pay tribute to our friend-colleague-ideator Ajay Gandhi through The Ajay Gandhi Memorial Valedictory session.

The Hyderabad Literary Festival will represent and celebrate the art and culture of Hyderabad.

The Hyderabad literary festival will be an annual gathering of more than a hundred authors, artists, researchers, intellectuals, and publishers from India and abroad. It will be a multidisciplinary, multilingual event. The Hyderabad Literary Trust is organising HLF 2023 with the assistance of a number of publishing houses, literary groups, and cultural institutions. HLF further hosts a lot of ancillary events including screenings of documentaries and short films, workshops, art and photo exhibits, and Youngistaan Nukkad and Nanha Nukkad. Thinkers, speakers, and executives including Deepti Naval, Helene Bukowsi, Jerry Pinto, Umesh Solanki, Palgummi Sainath, Vidya Rao and BVR Mohan Reddy, will be amongst the participants of the event. The Hyderabad Literary festival always represented and celebrated the art and culture of Hyderabad.

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