DLF begins with spiritual songs

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The first day of the Dhaka Lit Fest 2019 began with a spiritual session of morning songs of Lalon.

Members of Snigdha Sadhu Sangha, a cultural organization oriented towards culture welfare, performed the songs.

The session began at 9am on Thursday at the lawn of Bangla Academy and continued till 9:45am.

A Member of Snigdha Sadhu Sangha, a cultural organization oriented towards culture welfare, performs a song on Thursday, November 7, 2019 | Syed Zakir Hossain/Dhaka Tribune
The other sessions of the day will run until 7:30pm.

The day’s sessions include “Fiction: Resistance or Refuge?” by Monica Ali at 12pm, “Memorable Moments: My Life in Theatre” by former cultural affairs minister and renowned actor Asaduzzaman Noor at 6:30pm and the festival will announce the Gemcon Literary Awards winners at 4pm.

A full schedule for the day is available at the DLF website.

Visitors can register online or at the booth on site next to the entrance.