‘India is most advanced in terms of literature across world’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 09 Oct 2017 10:19:26


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UP Assembly Speaker Hriday Narayan Dixit was addressing convention of All India Literature Council

“THERE are different capabilities of literature and litterateur. Imagination of a poet is par from reality. India is most advanced in terms of literature across the world. Findings of science were already described in our ancient literature hundreds of years ago,” said Hriday Narayan Dixit, Speaker of Uttar Pradesh State Assembly, while addressing convention of All India Literature Council on Sunday.

The 15th convention of All India Literature Council concluded successfully at Agrawal Mandapam on Sunday. Speaking on the occasion, Mayor Dr Swati Godbole said that Indian literature is always capable than any other literature in the world. Literature played a significant role in the independence struggle as every war could not be succeeded only with arms and weapons.

At the outset, Literature Council General Secretary Ravindra Shukla welcomed the guests, while Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Akhil Bharatiya Prachar Pramukh, Swantranjan, National President, K C Reddy (Karnataka), National Organisation Secretary, Shridhar Paradkar, Programme Convenor, Sharad Agrawal were specially present. On the occasion, guests released a book ‘Hamari Pustaken’, while Sharad Agrawal proposed a vote of thanks and Pawan Putra Badal convened the programme. During the concluding session of the convention, noted litterateur K C Reddy (Karnataka) was unanimously nominated as National President of All India Literature Council for next three years. Present President Dr Tribhuvan Nath Shukla handed over the charge to K C Reddy and wished him success. More than two dozen litterateurs representing different states enthusiastically participated in the three-day convention.