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Major preparations are taking place for the 87th All India Marathi Literary Festival to be held from 3rd, 4th and 5th January at Sasawad

Saswad 2014 Sahitya Sanmelan JPEG5Sasawad: Major preparations are taking place for the 87th All India Marathi Literary Festival to be held from 3rd, 4th and 5th January 2014 here.

The state media committee chief Dasharath Yadav informed the interested literary delegates to pay the delegate charges and register for the biggest Marathi literary festival.

Sasawad has historical significance. Purandar fort, the first capital of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s kingdom is in Sasawad taluka. Besides that the Karhe platue where the festival is held, is known as a land of many ancient, historical events along with the saints and social workers.

Thus the organizers are trying their best to make it historic. The Mantap installation work is taking the speed and literary personalities, artists and enthusiasts are turning up in large numbers at Sasawad.

The organizers are going to arrange for delegates’ lodging and food for the registered delegates.

The interested enthusiasts should visit:

www.abmss-sasawad.com, http://www.abmss-sasawad.com and submit the registration form.

The forms are also available at Pune and Sasawad offices.

Yadav said to contact on 02115-222510 and 09881098481 for more information.

  Where can you visit during the festival?

The literary enthusiasts can visit the Purandar fort, the birth place of Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj along with Vajragad, Narayanpur, Jejuri and Mahatma Phule’s native village Khanwadi.

The enthusiasts can also visit Bhivadi, the birthplace of pioneering revolutionary Umaji Naik. They can also experience the ancient beautiful works of art at Narayaneshwar, Sangameshwar, Vateshwar, Shankeshwar, Pandeshwar, Kanifnath fort, Balaji temple, Veer dam, the final resting place of Saint Sopandev, historical wadas of Sasawad along with Malhar fort, Sonori fort and Bhuleshwar temple of Yadav era.

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