Third and the final day of the first ever Literary Festival - Abhivyakti began with an interview with the very versatile Mrs Susmita Mukherjee, best known for playing Kitty in the iconic series Karamchand.

     It was followed by a panel discussion which gave an insight to the budding writers about blogging, writing, publishing a book and brought out the new trend of self-publishing, which has given wings to the talent of many 

     Mrs Shailja Nair an acclaimed journalist elaborated upon, how literature plays a very important role in helping young children and adults face trauma in their lives. And also emphasized the need of such literature to be written and be available more widely.

     The afternoon continued with "Story Telling workshop" which showcased various elements that take the art of story telling to another level.

     Followed by  'Rubaroo' - the interactive session that became the platform for sharing the success stories of our own AWWA members. 

     The day came to an end with the stand up comedy by Mrs Harpriya Bains, which left everyone in splits, as she brought out 'finer' nuances of married life that everybody could relate to.

     To bring the curtain down on the event Mrs Mamun Mohanty, vice President AWWA presented the vote of thanks.