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Janhavi Prasada

Janhavi Prasada works as a peace activist in the field of technology. She is the founder/director of a literary festival in Nainital and Corbett National Park called Himalayan Echoes- The Kumaon Festival of Literature & Arts. She also dabbles in outsider art and dedicates her time to the conservation and promotion of literature, music, local textiles, food, heritage monuments, environment and wellness in Uttarakhand. Tales of Young Gandhi is her first graphic novel.

Festival Directors’ Roundtable
27th January, Saturday 11:15 am - 12:15 pm Jaipur BookMark Haveli
Alexandra Büchler, Ameena Saiyid, Cathy McCullough, Chandra Prakash Tiwari, Cherilyn Parsons, David McWilliams, Geoffrey Taylor, Janhavi Prasada, Kanak Chauhan, Kathryn Baird, K. Sreenivasarao, Maina Bhagat, Meenakshi Alimchandani, Mita Kapur, Namita Gokhale, Oliver Moystad, Prashant Kashyap, Ravi Deecee, Sanaz Fotouhi, Shyam Parikh, Sian Smyth and Ulrich Schreiber moderated by Sanjoy K. Roy

Festival Directors’ Roundtable
27th January, Saturday 12:30pm -1:30pm Jaipur BookMark Haveli
Alexandra Büchler, Ameena Saiyid, Cathy McCullough, Chandra Prakash Tiwari, Cherilyn Parsons, David McWilliams, Geoffrey Taylor, Janhavi Prasada, Kanak Chauhan, Kathryn Baird, K. Sreenivasarao, Maina Bhagat, Meenakshi Alimchandani, Mita Kapur, Namita Gokhale, Oliver Moystad, Prashant Kashyap, Ravi Deecee, Sanaz Fotouhi, Shyam Parikh, Sian Smyth, Ulrich Schreiber and Smita Parikh moderated by Sanjoy K. Roy

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