3rd November 2017: NGMA, Mumbai – Poetry Reading at the Sakti Burman Retrospective –
30th October 2017: In conversation with Guillermo Rodriguez and Shyam Benegal: about the book When Mirrors are Windows – A view of A K Ramanujan’s Poetics
22nd April 2017: Renault Mumbai Poetry Fstival –
8th March 2017: On the occasion of International Womens Day:
Poetry with – Vinita Agrawal, Smeetha Bhoumik, Indira Chandrasekhar, Mrinalini Harchandrai, Ranjit Hoskote, Gayatri Jayaraman, Meghna Pant, Anjali Purohit, Suneeta Rao, Barnali Ray Shukla, Jennifer Robertson, Smita Sahay, Ankita Shah, Lavanya Shanbogue-Arvind, Maya Sharma Sriram, Tanuj Solanki, Shruti Sundarraman, Annie Zaidi
8th February 2017: KALA GHODA ARTS FESTIVAL (Literature) 5 -9.45pm.
Anjali Purohit will be reading her poetry as part of the HOPE STREET POETS for the Kala Ghoda Literature Festival at the David Sassoon Library Garden.
8th October 2016: PEN@PRITHVI – Dismantling the Master’s House: READINGS –
30th September 2016: Taj, Land’s End – Speaking about Women’s Empowerment and Poetry
24th September 2016: Coomaraswamy Hall, Museum, AN ENCHANTED EVENING WITH SAREES, THE CITY AND POETRY…
some images and a brief report HERE
14th November 2015 PRITHVI FESTIVAL 2015
PEN@ Prithvi: Literary Encounters – Poetry over Wine
THREE BY FOUR : NOVEMBER RAIN
At the end of this sentence, rain will begin.An evening with Ranjit Hoskote, Dion D’Souza, Pervin Saket, Sampurna Chattarji, Devashish Makhija, Smita Sahay, Mustansir Dalvi, Dominic Alapat, Rochelle D’Silva, Priya Sarukkai Chabria, Anjali Purohit, and Linda Ashok.
8th AUGUST 2015: Revisiting the Lost Poets: PEN@Prithvi : In the August PEN@Prithvi literary encounter event we revisit the ‘Lost poets, the ones we forgot about’: Gopal Honnalgere, Srinivas Rayaprol, Lawrence Bantelman, Kersy Katrak, Geoffrey Hann, and Vilas Sarang – Readers: Menka Sivadasani, Anjali Purohit, Dominic Alapat, Samantak Bhadra, Trisha Kumar and Barnali Ray Shukla
The session moderated by Anjali Purohit.
PAMPA LITERARY FESTIVAL (Chenganur, Kerala) – 24th to 26th July 2015 Anjali Purohit spoke on Endangered Imagination: Limits of storytelling in a polarized society on 25th July ’15 – Moderator: Pankaj Dubey Panelists : Benyamin, Mitra Venkatraj, Anjali Purohit.
PEN@Prithvi : Saturday, 9th May 2015 – Coming Home to Writing THE PEN ALL-INDIA CENTRE invites you to its PEN@Prithvi session for May 2015: Coming Home to Writing: A CONFLUENCE In our May 2015 session, a set of emerging writers from different disciplines and domains – including Anjali Purohit, Barnali Ray Shukla, Devashish Makhija, Dion D’Souza, Dominic Alapat, and Jennifer Robertson – will come together to share their journeys.
Anjali Purohit will be reading her poetry as part of the HOPE STREET POETS for the Kala Ghoda Literature Festival at the David Sassoon Library Garden on the 13th Februaru between 5 and 6.15pm… some images from this poetry session here – https://anjaliwrites.wordpress.com/2015/02/16/the-hope-street-poets-kala-ghoda-arts-festival-13th-february-15-some-images/
KALA GHODA LITERATURE FESTIVAL : 7th February 2015 Anjali Purohit will be discussing the history of reading circles and platforms for poetry at the Kala Ghoda Festival for its session THE LITERARY LIFE OF BOMBAY with Menka Shivdasani and Jane Bhandari @ the Artist’s Centre (Saturday, 7th Feb, 6.45 to 7.45pm)
VASUNDHARA: DIALECTS IN DIALOGUE – A Collaborative Experiment 29th January 2015 and 31st January 2015 This cultural intervention was an experiment where POETRY (in English and in Italian translation) was in dialogue with ART, MUSIC (Hindistani Classical and Contemporary Electronic) and Contemporary DANCE. A brief montage in this video here…
SUNDAY, 21st December ’14, Poetry Reading at The Hive, Bandra.
‘Bahina’s World’ – a talk on the life and work of the 19th Century Marathi poetess Bahinabai Choudhari – presented by Anjali Purohit. 8th November 2014 Bahinabai was an unlettered peasant poet from rural Maharashtra who composed some of the most moving and meaningful poetry.This presentation will give a glimpse into her life, her thought and most importantly her poetry that she wrote in in the form of ovis (verse in couplet form that is traditionally sung by women in this state as they go about their daily chores).