Meera Johri heads Rajpal & Sons, a publishing house that dates back to over 100 years. Johri, while keeping alive the legacy of its classic literary works, continues to discover and launch new authors across different genres in Hindi and English. She is of the firm belief that meaningful content is the cornerstone of sustainability of any publishing house and while commercial success is important, it is equally important to provide a platform for voices/stories which often go unheard in the mainstream.
Innovative Distribution Models
25th January, Friday 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Rajkamal JBM Haveli (JBM Pavilion)
Alind Maheshwari, Ananth Padmanabhan, Esha Chatterjee, Himanshu Giri, Lipika Bhushan, Meera Johri, Ravi Deecee and Satabdi Mishra in conversation with Naveen Choudhary
Gender Equations in Publishing
25th January, Friday 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM Rajkamal JBM Haveli (JBM Jharokha)
Anushree Rathore, Arpita Das, Esha Chatterjee, Manasi Subramaniam, Manisha Chaudhry, Meera Johri, Marie Desmeures, Naveen Kishore, Prashasti Rastogi, Renuka Chatterjee, Ravi Deecee, Ravi Singh, Shweta Khurana and Urvashi Butalia