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Writer, politician and lawyer Salman Khurshid; writer and historian Rana Safvi; Professor of Anthropology Zulfikar Hirji and Max Rodenbeck, South Asia bureau chief for The Economist in conversation at this year’s Jaipur Literature Festival.
Many of us are curious about other cultures with a hunger for experiencing the “out of the ordinary”, and we satisfy this desire in different ways. For some this may involve physically travelling to other parts of the world, whilst for others it may involve turning to literature to transport our hearts and minds more figuratively.


Venue: Aga Khan Centre, King's Cross, United Kingdom.
Date: 3rd October 2018
Time: 9 AM

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