2 min read.Updated: 03 Aug 2017, 05:18 PM ISTSohini Sen
The two-day Bengaluru Poetry Festival, starting Saturday, will see Gulzar, Amjad Ali Khan, Amit Chaudhuri and Girish Karnad take the stage
NEW DELHI :
“A weekend listening to great poets talking about their life experiences through poetry is always a good idea," says Subodh Sankar, co-founder of Bengaluru’s Atta Galatta book store and performance space. It is with this thought that Sankar and Lakshmi Subodh started the Bengaluru Poetry Festival last year. In its second year, the focus remains on recitals and performances, and sharing the art of poetry creation through workshops and camps.