India is reading Sienkiewicz

A lecture by Dr. Monika Browarczyk and Dr. Bharathi Jagannathan

Date: 6 February 2017
Time : 4 pm
Venue: Admissions Hall, Manipal EDU Building, Manipal University, Manipal – 576104

Henryk Sienkiewicz was the most outstanding Polish writer of the second half of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and the first Polish author awarded with the Nobel prize for literature. Last year marked the 100th death anniversary of Henryk Sienkiewicz and we celebrated it with a presentation and a reading session of his masterpiece ‘Quo Vadis’ at the Polish Institute New Delhi, in Polish, English and Hindi. This year, we continue the celebration at the Manipal University. The Polish Institute New Delhi, together with Dr. Monika Browarczyk and Dr. Bharati Jagannathan, invites all literature lovers for a reading session of this great epic novel by the author.

Dr. Bharati Jagannathan is an Associate Professor of English at the prestigious Miranda House College of the University of Delhi.