Delhi International Arts Festival – “WORDS COUNT -Festival of WORDS”

Press Invitation to Press Meet on   WORDS COUNT: Festival of Words at Indian Women’s Press Corps. on 21st November 2017, Tuesday 

You are requested to kindly attend the conference or please assign your correspondent and Photographer/camera person 


Founder Festival Director , Delhi International Arts Festival, Ms. Prathibha Prahlad invites you to attend a “PRESS MEET”  at IWPC ( Indian Womens Press Corps ), Windsor Place, New Delhi on Tuesday 21st Nov at 3 pm.

” Meet the Press” is to announce a new segment of Delhi International Arts Festival – “WORDS COUNT -Festival of WORDS” , starting from the 22nd of November at the Amphi Theatre of India Habitat Centre. The Conference will also announce several events that are being organised under’Celebrating ASEAN- INDIA partnership at 25′, including the Closing Ceremony on the 25th of Nov at Qutub Minar.

        WORDS COUNT: Festival of Words

This first edition of Words Count, will host sessions featuring Gul Panag, Minister Jayant Sinha, Pawan Varma, Dr Manmohan Vaidya, J. Nandakumar,Barkha Dutt, Gaurav Gogoi, Karthika VK, Nouf Marwai, Vinay Saharabuddhe, Amish Tripathi, Ankit Lal and many others




DATE: 21st November 2017

                                                                                                     su  TIME: 3:00 PM

          VENUE: Indian Women’s Press Club


The PRESS MEET will be addressed by Festival Director Ms. Prathibha Prahlad, Ms. Advaita Kala, curator of “Words Count”, Mr.Shantanau & Nikhil, fashion designers,Mr.Dilip Cherian and others.


Under the aegis of the Delhi International Arts Festival, the first WORDS COUNT – THE FESTIVAL OF WORDS, curated and created by award winning screenwriter and novelist, Advaita Kala will take place on November 22nd, 23rd and 24th at the Amphitheater in the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi., from 4 p.m. onwards. The festival will explore the role words play in our lives – in art, politics, culture and of course literature. The power of words can never be underestimated and Words Count is a festival that celebrates the use of words to promote understanding, civil discourse and community.

Delhi International Arts Festival is now recognised world over as a ‘Brand India’ festival of the arts. Delhi International Arts Festival welcomes artistes, writers, thinkers, cultural practitioners and cultural enthusiasts from all over the world to experience the richness and beauty of our Country and present their art before our art loving audiences. DIAF is the only arts festival in India that has a collector’s ‘first day cover’ and a cancelled stamp released in it’s honour by the Dept. Posts & Telegraphs, Govt of India.

Festival Director Prathibha Prahlad is the only Padma Award winning, pre-eminent artiste of her generation to have a special My Stamp of Rs.5/ released by the Postal Dept. in honour of her extraordinary work in the field of culture.

The Delhi International Arts Festival, the Signature Arts Festival of India, draws the attention of the world to India’s soft power, expressed through the arts. The tagline of the Festival is –“Where India meets the World.”

Today, DIAF is recognised as India’s most prestigious arts festival where boundaries dissolve and the idiom of ‘One World’ comes alive – Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.

DIAF’s key collaborations are with the Union Ministry of Culture & Indian Council For Cultural Relations of Ministry of External Affairs. Incredible India has extended support to the Festival.

DIAF is a multi-art / multi –venue Festival of the arts and is now recognized all over the world as India’s Signature Festival.    –

For Further Information, Please contact: Kamlesh Jha-9289841801, Shakti   Vidyarthi – 9711118189,  Anshu – 9999324358, Neha – 9968864933



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