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The festival bestows two major awards: This award was a lifetime achievement award tillbut was changed to a book award in The languages that will be explored in detail at ILF Samanvay. Overall design and logo[ edit ] Amid rampant instability of thought and violence infecting communication, ILF Samanvay aspires to thrive as a space for relevant reflection and uninhibited celebration of the inherent companionship of Indian linguistic cultures.
Hence, the festival design reflects the concerns and responsibility of the Indian writers, artists and other creative thinkers towards creating a condition and environment to bring the multi-centred country into a cultural camaraderie rather than any attempt at homogenisation.
The ILF Samanvay logo is the visual embodiment of the above design concept. The revised logo marks the directional integrity in the organisation of the festival.
It must be a site to reflect on the past, present Alienation in the novels of namita future of humanity and nature at large.
Hence, the attempt here has been to create a head space that represents the thoughtscape embedded in Indian languages. Again, as we need an insignia for thinkers who can make relevant changes, the red dot becomes the mark of that awareness.
The seven colours of the spectrum, capable of forming white light on their merger, are laid in a seed form in the line above the lettering of Samanvay in the logo. Another indication of the 'coming together' inherent in the festival, this linear mandala also intimates one of the possibility of playing with each of these colours in specific contexts within the frame of the festival.
Aijaz Ahmad discussing the possibility of evolving a methodology for language and literary studies in the country. He would discuss the significance of examining the hierarchical relations existing among languages and traditions, and the need to develop a system of education that profoundly addresses the question of multilingualism.
A creative act necessitates an individual to move out of a certain state of being, into an experimental space where she has to play out her ideas and desires into comprehensible forms.
Yet, some writers and artists become more of insiders and some others more of outsiders to the existing patterns. The subtitle suggests how writers who understand the in-between space of uncertainty, the transitory status that makes one neither here nor there, bring out the dreams and realities of a complex space such as India.
It also points to the need for an artist to remain tentative, and resist fixities. Day 3 will feature sessions on the focal languages of Samanvayand Day 4 will attempt to expand the theme with the futuristic vision which the festival embodies.
Various workshops, volunteer sessions, conversations, book exhibitions and performances will also be an integral part of Samanvay Its democratic and inclusive spirit gets amply reflected in a special session on Day 2, which is completely designed by the student volunteers of Samanvay.
This session, among others, has ensured more youth participation in the organization of the festival. At Samanvay, the workshop sessions are not supplementary but are integral to the exploration of languages outside of the verbal realm, too. On Day 3, a translation workshop has been planned with exercises that would lead to a publication.
The Art Appreciation workshop by the renowned cultural critic Sadanand Menon is a major value addition in this regard.
Civilizations have been formed and continue to take shape around languages, uniting and dividing in swift strokes. In an increasingly globalised world the alienation that writers often face for their lingual and cultural choices is now a much hackneyed subject in the area of literary discourse.
Here at Samanvay, we invite you to partake in the discussions that would take this conversation one step forward. A dynamic yet nuanced initiative to facilitate genuine camaraderie at the intersections of Indian languages, the festival celebrates the diversities embedded in the transnational matrix of the country.
Through multiple verbal as well as transverbal media, and various modes of translation, Samanvay interprets Indian Languages beyond word-limits and explores the socio-historical connections among the idioms of literature, visual arts, music, performance.
The award for was decided by an eminent jury chaired by K. These nominations were then screened by the Award Advisors and a final selection was made by the Jury from the final shortlist.
Jury Chair K Satchidanandan says: This historian of the Kongu region of Tamilnadu has brought into play his lyrical imagination, linguistic skill and lexical knowledge in this honest exploration of the tyranny of caste and the pathology of a community.
Inspired by local folklore and history, this great work of fiction dreams of a secular future for communities in India that remain hostage to the ways of the past. It is an imaginative contribution by a versatile writer and scholar to the collective struggle for a new India free from the oppression of caste and enslaving conventions.value.
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Even as she unravels his complexities, she finds a philosophy and worldview that is terrifying and yet life affirming-an outlook that is to many the essence of Indian thought. Parental alienation is the “programming” of a child by one parent to denigrate the other (targeted) parent, in an effort to undermine and interfere with the child's relationship with that.