First International Literary Conference First International Literary Conference
First International Literary Conference

Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University organized the First Internatinal Literary Conference (Sponsored by the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy & South Asian Diaspora International Researcher's Network, Monash University , Australia). This conference, The Cultures of New India was a two day event. It witnessed some of the distinguished speakers from around the globe like Dr. Shashi Tharoor, Janet Wilson, Tabish Khair, Claire Chambers, Joel Kuortti, Florian Stadtler, Veronica Thompson and many more. 

The International Conference on "The Cultures of New India," meticulously organized at Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University (SRMU), serves as a dynamic platform for scholars, intellectuals, and researchers to delve into the multifaceted cultural landscapes that define contemporary India. With a focus on the evolving narratives, traditions, and expressions that encapsulate the essence of 'New India,' the conference becomes a hub for critical inquiry and dialogue. Through keynote addresses, panel discussions, and scholarly presentations, participants engage with the vibrant amalgamation of ancient traditions and modern influences that characterize the cultural ethos of the nation. Themes such as popular culture, literature, cinema, and social transformations are explored, fostering a nuanced understanding of the complex tapestry of India's diverse cultures.

The conference at SRMU not only reevaluates the cultural dynamics of New India but also cultivates a space for interdisciplinary conversations and cross-cultural exchanges. By bringing together experts and enthusiasts from various fields, the event encourages a holistic exploration of India's cultural identity in the context of globalization and rapid societal changes. It plays a pivotal role in shaping the discourse around the cultural trajectory of contemporary India, contributing to a more nuanced and informed perspective on the rich and diverse cultural expressions that define the nation in the 21st century.