On the third day of the Karachi Literature Festival (KLF), the theme shifted to Turning Words into Deeds: Constructing a Sustainable Planet

The 15th Karachi Literature Festival (KLF) continued to captivate audiences as it reached its third and final day, dedicated to fostering sustainability through literature.

As the day progressed, attendees were treated to enriching discussions and cultural insights. The evening was adorned with prestigious awards presented to literary icons such as Zehra Nigah, Iftikhar Arif, Kishwar Naheed, and Muneeza Shamsie for their remarkable contributions.

The day featured various thought-provoking panels, including “In Pursuit of an Ethical State,” which explored the concept of ethical governance. Another engaging session, “Coming of Age: Pakistani English Language Literature,” delved into the evolution and significance of Pakistani literature in English.

Discussions also addressed pressing issues like urban dynamics in Karachi and mental resilience. Additionally, there were sessions on climate change, the power of storytelling through film, and the future of Pakistan, among others.

The closing ceremony of the 15th KLF was a grand affair, honoring literary giants and thought leaders. Keynote speeches highlighted the importance of literature in promoting knowledge and understanding.

In their closing remarks, organizers expressed gratitude to sponsors, participants, and attendees for their contributions to the festival’s success. The evening concluded with a mesmerizing Sufi Qawwali performance, leaving the audience enthralled.

Overall, the 15th KLF proved to be a celebration of literature and a platform for meaningful discourse on sustainability and societal issues.

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