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Experience a spring fling

Organised by Penguin Random House India in collaboration with the Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre—Spring Fever brings together culture and literature to the Capital amidst some very cool names and lots of celebrations.

Now in its 8th year, Spring Fever has featured many of the leading lights from the world of literature and the arts.

And the list speakers for this year is as sparkling as always or,  a little more, with names like: Amitav Ghosh, Ruskin Bond, Ram Jethmalani,  Shobhaa Dé, Gulzar, Aarya Babbar, T N Ninan, Mihir Sharma, Raghav Bahl,  Shashi Tharoor, Gurcharan Das, Sushir Kakar, Arshia Sattar, Ravinder Singh, Durjoy Datta, Sudeep Nagarkar and many more.

The ten-day programme will include exciting line-up of book readings, literary discussions, musical performances, previews of our forthcoming attractions and the most loved, open air library—it features a complete range of PRHI titles, from landmark fiction and non-fiction titles first published over a decade ago to the latest bestsellers and cutting-edge books. With a spacious layout in a quiet corner away from the bustle of crowds, the open air library is sure to be a browser’s paradise.
A must for book lovers. Head over!

WHERE: Amphitheatre, India Habitat Centre
WHEN: 14 to 22 March
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