Kavishala Gwalior Meetup | June 2024 - Online's image

Kavishala Gwalior Meetup | June 2024 - Online

 June 30, 2024

 12:00 am

 in 16 days

Date and Time: June 30, 2024
After Registration and Submitting 5 Poetry at Kavishala Before June 25, 2024 - You will get your slot details on email.

Join us for an inspiring and engaging virtual poetry meetup from Gwalior , where we explore the beauty of words and the power of poetic expression. Whether you're a seasoned poet or just beginning to find your voice, this is a welcoming space for all.

Online Meetup Will be Organised From Kavishala on June 30, 2024

Register and Share Your 5 Poetry at Kavishala before June 25, 2024

See You at Kavishala Gwalior Meetup | June 2024 - Online


Gwalior is a city in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It's known for its palaces and temples, including the Sas Bahu Ka Mandir intricately carved Hindu temple. Ancient Gwalior Fort occupies a sandstone plateau overlooking the city and is accessed via a winding road lined with sacred Jain statues. Within the fort’s high walls is the 15th-century Gujari Mahal Palace, now an archaeological museum.
Gwalior's literature encompasses a wide range of genres, languages, and themes, reflecting the city's cultural, historical, and artistic vibrancy. The literary heritage of Gwalior continues to inspire and nurture creativity, making it a significant center for literary pursuits in India.

  • Gwalior Gharana: Gwalior is famous for its contribution to Indian classical music, and the Gwalior Gharana, a prominent school of Hindustani classical music, has produced several renowned musicians and composers. The Gharana has also contributed to the literary aspects of music, including compositions with poetic lyrics.
  • Poetic Tradition: Gwalior has been a center for poetry, and the city has produced many notable poets over the years. The Gwalior region has a rich tradition of Hindi and Urdu poetry, with poets like Sahir Ludhianvi, Kavi Pradeep, and Javed Akhtar hailing from this region. These poets have made significant contributions to Indian cinema as well.
  • Historical Literature: Gwalior's historical significance has inspired various literary works that explore the city's past. Some writers have delved into the history of the Gwalior Fort, which has stood as a symbol of power and grandeur for centuries. The fort's stories, legends, and historical events have found their way into the literary works of both fiction and non-fiction writers.
  • Folklore and Oral Tradition: Gwalior's folklore and oral tradition have been an integral part of its cultural fabric. Folk tales, legends, and myths have been passed down through generations, showcasing the local customs, beliefs, and traditions. Many writers and researchers have documented and incorporated these folk elements into their literary works.
  • Regional Language Literature: Gwalior's literary scene includes works in various regional languages, including Hindi, Urdu, and Braj Bhasha. Writers and poets have explored diverse themes, from social issues to love, spirituality, and historical events, contributing to the regional literary landscape.
  • Literary Festivals: Gwalior hosts literary festivals and events that provide a platform for writers, poets, and literature enthusiasts to come together and celebrate the written word. These festivals showcase the literary talent of the region, encourage literary discussions, and foster a vibrant literary community.

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