We all have heard of literature festivals held across the world as well as in India, but Udaipur in the first month of 2019 is coming up with something a tad different – Udaipur Nature Literature Festival (UNLF). Yes, this popular tourist destination in India that allures a substantial number of domestic and international tourists in the winter season, shall be hosting the first edition of Nature Literature Festival along with its already famous Udaipur Bird Festival. We’re excited for this event and looking forward to see this new concept. Here are all the details we could collect for you to read, you can certainly thank us later!
The dates of Nature Literature Festival in Udaipur have been finalized as 11th – 13th January, 2019. Yes, the same time Udaipur Bird Festival will also be held in the city.
The festival is being organised by Rajasthan Forest Department with the vision to promote the wildlife and to create an awareness amongst the masses. The World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) is also supporting this event. The forest department is also likely to organise a small run for creating awareness which is to be held on 10th January as a precursor to the event.
UNLF’s three-day schedule is packed with activities and events. Since this a Nature Literature festivals authors and experts from different parts of the country have been invited. According to an official, so far, 6 national authors and experts have confirmed attending the festival. Here’s a glimpse of what the festival schedule currently looks like:
WWF and Rajasthan Forest Department are working together to bring more authors and experts to attend the festival. Forest Department is also likely to add more events to the list to keep the mass engaged in this three days festival. So far, the event looks quite promising, and we hope it turns out to be better than what is imagined. We’ll update you with more details as soon as we get a chance to lay our hands on the insights, so make sure you keep checking this blog. Till then, book your tickets to Udaipur in January because you must not miss this festival.
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