Submission Guidelines

La.Lit welcomes submissions from all over the universe and in whatever tongue you communicate in. The basic criterion is that your material, as per the collective judgment of our editorial team, has quality or relevance or preferably, a combination of both. We will consider for publication on www.lalitmag.com fiction, non-fiction, poetry, photo stories, and graphic [...]

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Jaipur Literature Festival: Day 2

The second day of the Jaipur Literature Festival saw a rewarding focus on literature. The first session we attended saw Uday Prakash and Jason Grunebaum read in Hindi and English respectively from sections of the three stories included in The Walls of Delhi, shortlisted for the DSC South Asian Literary Prize. Moderated by Namita Gokhale, [...]

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Jaipur Literature Festival: Day 1

  • La.Lit
  • Thursday, January 24, 2013
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What is a literature festival for? The writers or for the literature? The first day of the festival was a mixed bag. It saw the Dalai Lama, in conversation with Pico Iyer, talk about the importance of honesty. The assumption behind his Holiness’s statement was that most unenlightened beings are not honest with themselves

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Au Lecteur

  • Rabi Thapa
  • Monday, January 21, 2013
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La.Lit. A literary magazine exists to celebrate the beauty of writing, and it won’t be overstepping to note how lightly the word trips down from the palate in the manner of Nabokov’s most earthly, ethereal creation. There were a number of reasons why we settled on La.Lit, all related to notions of the good

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NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati
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सुन्दरी देवी : आफ्नै धरातलमा

  • आलेख : दिवस केसी, फोटो: नयनतारा गुरुङ कक्षपति
  • Friday, January 18, 2013
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आफ्नो सानो, खिस्रीक्क परेको खेतमा उभिएकी सुन्दरी देवी । बर्दियाको एउटा राजमार्गको छेउमा सरकारले दिएको जमिन । भर्खरै जोतेर फर्काइएको खेतको माटो । मनसुन आधा बितिसक्यो तर आकाशमा चर्न छोडिएका जर्कटा भेंडाजस्ता

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