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There's more to Indore than just food - The Immersive Project- Literature, Art & all things creative


As the temperature soar this summer, the people of Indore take respite in their air-cooled homes and offices with ice-creams and chilled mango shakes. But a particular group of people can be seen running around from one part of the city to another with diaries and planners in their hands. The scorching sun does not deter them. Neither does the opinion of many people who think that Indore prefers food festivals over literature. Crazy, over-enthusiastic , just another start up looking for quick fame are some of the labels they have braved in the last few months when they announced “Coffee with Authors and Artists”, an exclusive event woven around all things art and literature.


Meet Kaffeinated Konversations, the quintessential book club but with unmatched energy and zeal to connect book lovers, writers and artists from around the city and beyond. Founded by Kavita Singh, KK is in its third year now and growing consistently. With an objective to encourage reading and bring together literature aficionados together, the monthly KK meet ups and events usually focus on various aspects of reading and writing. Member and non-members can also subscribe or buy the specially curated book boxes which contain carefully chosen books and merchandise for the receiver. 

The Immersive Project by Kaffeinated Konversations is an annual fest that gives readers, writers, art lovers a platform to come together and immerse themselves in discussions and activities knitted around art and literature. Unlike the conventional one-dimensional literature festivals, TIP allows you to get a first-hand experience of indulging into a creative extravaganza. Interact with some best-selling authors, participate in workshops, meet some amazing upcoming talents or enjoy meaningful cinema- TIP has something for every one. 




TIP 2018 has a different look and is called “Coffee with Authors and Artists”. The 2-day event has a lot in store for literature-loving population of Indore. Authors like Sudeep Nagarkar, Neil D’Silva, Shatrujeet Nath and Ankita Dutta Verma will engage with audience over a cup of coffee. Richa Saxena and Prachi Garg , who are accomplished authors themselves will share valuable tips about the business of writing and publishing. There will be live performances, workshops and book signing for the registered participants. Acclaimed Marathi movie “Lapachappi” will be screened for the audience followed by discussions of audio-visual form of art-Cinema. The event is exclusive for registered (pre-event and spot) participants and has limited seating. 

For more information and tickets to the event, check out the social media handles or comment below.



Dates: April 28-29 (Sat - Sun)
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Venue: O2 Cafe De La Ville, 23/ 2c new palasia , Near Apna Sweets, Indore

Tickets start at 350/- INR (includes food and welcome kit)

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Kolorpencil is proud to be the official blogging partner of The Immersive Project 2018 by Kaffeinated Konversations, in association with the Indore Diaries



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