INDIA. New Delhi: KidsChaupal recently hosted a literary extravaganza at their recent event, Tarang, which featured three young authors in the presence of esteemed chief guests, Dr Sachidanand Joshi – Member Secretary, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Ministry of Culture. This event generated buzz and excitement among attendees and helped to build connections and a sense of community among participants.
The three young authors were the brand ambassador of KidsChaupal – 17-year-old Tisya Singh from Bengaluru with her debut dystopian novel ‘4264: Rising from Ruins,’ 11-year-old world’s youngest professor and a child prodigy from USA – Soborno Issac Bari with his novel ‘Manish,’ and a budding 13-year-old author from Varanasi – Ishit Vats with his debut novel ‘Chills & Thrills – The Curse of the Evil Sorcerer.’
The authors showcased their novels, which the audience received with great enthusiasm. The novels covered a range of genres from mystery, current world reality and adventure, each offering a unique perspective and storytelling style.
KidsChaupal is committed to supporting young talent in the literary world and providing opportunities for them to showcase their work with ‘Authorpreneur’, an initiative to encourage and promote young writers who have a passion for writing and storytelling.
This event was the first step towards KidsChaupal’s goal of launching 100 child authors in 2023. The organization firmly believes that young people are the future of our society, and their voices and perspectives are vital in shaping the world we live in. By supporting and promoting young authors, they aim to foster creativity, entrepreneurship, critical thinking, and empathy in young people.
The event was graced by the presence of renowned guests, including Dr Mukesh Batra, Dr Oscar Pujol, Dr Amit Nagpal, Vikram Nayak, Brajesh Verman, Murtaza Ali Khan, Naveen Sharma, Pooja Priyamvada, Meenu Agrawal, Ajay Jain, Anup Sharma, Summit Nayak, Sakshi Mandhyan, Saket Suman, and Dr N.K. Sahu.
“We are thrilled to have played a role in bringing these young talented authors to the forefront,” said Dhiraj Singh Patel and Devendra Vishal Jaiswal, co-founders of KidsChaupal.
“As an organisation, our mission is to empower the next generation, and this event was a testament to the success of that mission,” they added.
The event attracted a diverse and enthusiastic crowd of esteemed principals and teachers from eminent schools, literary world professionals, prominent international dignitaries and young book readers.
With the successful launch of these authors at such a spectacular event, the organisation looks forward to bringing more talented authors to the forefront in the future from all over the country.