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Krup Literature Festival


The Krup Literature Festival is the longest-running literature festival in the world. This 12-day-long event honors seven crucial languages through literature, music, films, art, and heritage. It is celebrated on the theme of ‘Sangachadwam’. It also honors the 10th anniversary of the Valentine’s Parv. The festival is organized by the Give Vacha Foundation and Krup Music, in collaboration with Krup Productions, Krup Films, Krup Publishing, and Esy ID. This festival has established itself as a global center of ideas, bringing together creativity, breakthroughs, and revolutions in the area of literature throughout its history. The festival also features lavish celebrations, and will primarily highlight the core languages Kutchi, Gujarati, Hindi, Sanskrit, English, Awadhi, and Music as the universal language.

Krup Literature Festival An Initiative By Dr. Krupesh Thacker Give Vacha Foundation, Krup Music, Krup Publishing, Esy ID, Krup Productions and Global Literature & Cultural Club

The enthusiastic festival directors, Dr. Krupesh Thacker and Dr. Pooja Thacker have conceptualized the entire thing while keeping the sutra of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ in the center and laid the groundwork for up-and-coming writers, poets, and artists to explore the idea of global identity. Global Literature & Cultural Club is managing this longest-running festival.

Krup Literature Festival is an enchanted destination where words weave together in a beautiful tapestry. An astonishing extravaganza that knows no boundaries, this longest-running literature festival brings together the literature and culture of various languages to create a colorful tapestry of literary gems, innovative musical masterpieces, and the only place to see the vision of audiobooks and audio poetry come to life. The Krup Literature Festival is more than just a gathering of people coming together to celebrate literature; it’s an adventure that crosses the thresholds of creativity, ingenuity, and the infinite variety of human interpretation.


Music is widely regarded as the universal language because it resonates with the heart without the use of words. It has no cultural or religious bounds, nor does it have time or space barriers. Krup Music, Gujarat’s renowned music firm, is hosting festivities to appreciate music and all of its aspects. Various cities in the Kutch region will host stunning musical performances and song premiere events. Krup Music will release an array of songs and musical masterpieces by established and emerging Gujarati artists all over the world, including on 200+ music streaming platforms. Dr. Krupesh, who has over fifteen years of expertise in the music industry, will direct the event. His more than a hundred compositions and fifty albums have been released worldwide. His direction and assistance will be offered to every emerging artist who takes part in this literary event.


Krup Music and Krup Films will be showcasing their great work at the Krup Literature Festival, which will be a celebration of the significance of entertainment media in the preservation of Gujarat’s literary and cultural past. The festival will be held in Kutch, Gujarat. There will be a wide range of film screenings, seminars, and promotional events held during this longest-running literature festival. Dr. Krupesh is a producer, director, and filmmaker who has directed award-winning feature films, web series, and music videos. He will host the events to provide the Gujarati film industry with an enormous platform.


At the Krup Literature Festival, literary enthusiasts and poets who are eager to launch their work all over the world will have the opportunity to participate in a global forum that will serve as a venue for literary success. During this festival, the literary generation will have the opportunity to take part in a variety of events, which belong to book launches, poetry recitals, talk shows, innovative book reading panels, and group discussions about literature. Authors from Gujarat, both established and up-and-coming, have joined this initiative to publish books. It will be released by Krup Publishing.

1.Dr. Krupesh ThakcerArjun Uvacha: Adhyatmik JatraKutchi
2.Dr. Krupesh ThakcerAdhura Prem Ni KahaaniGujarati
3.Vacha ThackerGita Word Search: Indian Culture for KidsEnglish
4.Parv ThackerSanatan Activity Book Part 1: Parv Ki PathshalaEnglish
5.Anjali SevakHunkaar KarGujarati
6.Aruna ThackerAy ZindagiHindi
7.Pratima SonparTame Tyan, Ame AhiyaGujarati
8.Dr. Chetna JoshiSakhiriHindi


1.Dr. Krupesh ThackerBhagavad Gita for LifeGujarati, Hindi
2.Dr. Krupesh ThackerJeevan Mein Gunje GitaKutchi
3.Dr. Krupesh ThackerThe Love GathaGujarati
4.Vacha ThackerIndian Culture for KidsEnglish
5.Parv ThackerParv Ki PathshalaEnglish



The Krup Literature Festival will serve as a forum for the release of children’s literature, and it will additionally assist in the promotion of younger authors and innovators. The purpose of the festival is to ensure that the literary and cultural heritage is passed on to the next generations. Krup Publishing and the Global Literature & Cultural Club of Gujarat are teaming up with numerous educational institutions and schools in Kutch-Gujarat to organize a wide range of literary initiatives, contests, educational events, and seminars. Krup Publishing is launching a children’s literature campaign that will lead to the books created by the youngest authors, Parv Thacker (aged 6), and Vacha Thacker (aged 12), published all over the world.


Krup Literature Festival is a huge celebration of Valentine’s Parv’s tenth anniversary. Dr. Krupesh Thacker initiated the idea of honoring the holy love of Radhe-Shyam and Sita-Ram and celebrating Valentine’s Week with Indian cultural values and started the Give Vacha Foundation in 2014. With the theme of ‘”Express Love To Everyone,” the festival has been honoring Radhe-Shyam and Sita-Ram’s divine love for a decade. With the theme of ‘Gift Of Time,’ it has been successfully celebrated in multiple cities in Gujarat and across India. Every year from the 7th to the 14th of February, the Give Vacha Foundation and Krup Music organize the festival. Throughout Valentine’s Parv, the initiative pays tribute to the Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam theme. Learn More


Kutchi Mijaaj: Kutchi Literature & Music Festival

A Krup Films Presentation Kutchi Mijaaj Kutchi Literature & Music Festival An Initiative By Dr. Krupesh Krup Music Give Vacha

The world’s largest Kutchi literature and music festival, Kutchi Mijaaj, celebrates the Kutchi community’s culture and literature. Authors and intellectuals can debate their work at Kutchi Mijaaj. Book releases, author readings, panel discussions, poetry recitals, and Kutchi literature with modern music are among the festival’s events. Writers and musicians congregate there to share ideas and inspire intellectual curiosity. Learn More

Gujarati Mijaaj: Gujarati Literature & Music Festival

"Gujarati Mijaaj" Gujarati Literature & Music Festival Dr. Krupesh Thacker Krup Music Give Vacha Foundation

In honor of Gujarat’s rich cultural history, Gujarati Mijaaj is the celebration of rich Gujarati literature and culture. As a result, it provides a lively platform for individuals who have a strong interest in literature, writers, poets, singers, and musicians to come together and exhibit the diverse and vibrant world of Gujarati literature. Learn More

Baatein Ankahee: Hindi Literature & Music Festival

"Baatein Ankahee" Hindi Literature & Music Festival Dr. Krupesh Thacker Krup Music Give Vacha Foundation

Baatein Ankahee is a delightful occasion that pays tribute to the vibrant Hindi literary and linguistic legacy of Kutchi authors and artists. It is a platform that brings people together to share ideas and delve into the vast world of Hindi literature. The festival offers a rich tapestry of activities such as poetry recitation shows, insightful seminars, captivating song launches, and the unveiling of literary projects like book publishing and launches. Learn More

Bhavatu Sanskritam: Sanskrit Sahitya Sangeet Parv

Bhavatu Sanskritam is Sanskrit Literature & Music Festival organized by the Krup Publishing, Krup Music, and Give Vacha Foundation, in partnership with Krup Productions, Esy ID, and GLCC. It is a part of the Krup Literature Festival & Krup Music Festival.

It is the biggest Sanskrit Literature and Music Festival that exemplifies the Sanatan Dharm philosophy celebrated by the Kutchi community. To promote the Sanskrit language and literature, the festival pays tribute to ancient Sanskrit literature and spiritual heritage through a variety of musical and literary events and initiatives. Learn More

Gift of Thought: English Literature & Music Festival

"Gift Of Thought" English Literature & Music Festival Dr. Krupesh Thacker Krup Music Give Vacha Foundation

This festival is a dynamic venue that serves as an opportunity for new voices in both literature and music. This annual event brings together a varied range of artists, providing a global platform for the revelation of literary works and audio masterpieces. Ambitious authors and artists gather to demonstrate their creative abilities, ensuring that new stories and melodic compositions resound beyond borders. Learn More

Kutch Children’s Literature Festival

"Gujarat Children's Lit Fest" Dr. Krupesh Thacker Krup Music Give Vacha Foundation

This is the biggest children’s literature and music festival in Gujarat. With seminars, workshops, book publishing services, poetry recitation concerts, and engaging chat shows specially created and committed to the next generation, “Gujarat Children’s Lit Fest” is a colorful tapestry of literary and educational initiatives. Events will be held in cooperation with multiple schools and organizations in Kutch, Gujarat. Learn More

Awadhi Mijaaj: Awadhi Literature & Music Festival

A Krup Music Presentation "Awadhi Mijaaj" Awadhi Literature & Music Festival An Initiative By Dr. Krupesh Thacker

This Awadhi literature and music festival celebrates Awadhi literary and cultural brilliance. Book launches, author readings, panel discussions, poetry recitals, and musical performances are all part of the festival. As a meeting place for intellectuals and performers, it fosters an environment in which ideas can flow freely and intellectual curiosity is encouraged. Learn More

Krup Music Heals

"Krup Music Heals" Krup Literature Festival Dr. Krupesh Thacker Krup Music Give Vacha Foundation

As the Literature and Music Festival builds to a climax, the Music Therapy campaign plays like a compassionate symphony. Dr. Krupesh and Dr. Pooja, two well-known music therapists from Gujarat, will work together on this one-of-a-kind social welfare effort to make melodies that are more than just fun; they will reach deep into the therapeutic heart of healing. Music therapy sessions for social and cultural groups, schools, institutions, and the lively Kutchi society are what our maestros do to heal not only the body but also the mind. “Krup Music Heals” sets up a way to live a healthy life in which music’s healing power is used to heal both the body and the mind. “Music Heals”—a place where the hope of a better, more balanced life is in every chord.


The Krup Literature Festival helps the Give Vacha Foundation with many of its social and cultural endeavors. The festival’s global ambassadors and volunteers will disseminate awareness through a range of social and cultural initiatives, such as the Gunje Gita performance, the Ghar Ghar Gunje Gita initiative, and the Global Clubfoot Awareness Parv. Literary efforts will be led by projects like Shabd Vandna and Parv Ki Pathshala. Through the ‘Heal Kutch’ and ‘Vahal Vruddhatva Ne’ campaigns, social welfare initiatives will be carried out.


Unity in Diversity: The fundamental goal of this effort is to follow the precepts of the ancient sutra ‘संएच्छध्वं संवदध्वं, सं वो मनांसि जानताम्’, which commands us to adhere to equal belief systems, to walk in harmony, and to speak with a unified voice. The purpose of the Krup Literature Festival is to develop a sense of oneness by bringing together individuals, languages, cultures, and heritages.

Promoting Linguistic Era: The festival strives to celebrate and promote linguistic variety through literature, music, and art with a concentration on seven fundamental languages: Kutchi, Gujarati, Hindi, Sanskrit, Awadhi, English, and Music. Each language is a representation of a distinct literary and cultural legacy, which helps to cultivate an appreciation for the variety of languages.

Emphasizing Cultural Legacy: The festival gives a platform to highlight the rich cultural and literary legacy associated with each language through five main events. This encompasses literature, the arts, music, and tales, all of which contribute to a vibrant tapestry of cultural expression.

Multicultural Collaboration: The festival brings people from different cultures together and encourages them to talk and connect. This exchange of ideas helps people understand, accept, and value the different points of view that are part of each language and culture.

Innovation in Literature: The festival promotes literary creativity and discovery by showcasing creations in English, Kutchi, Gujarati, Hindi, and Sanskrit. Not only does this encompass more conventional literary genres, but it also introduces the idea of audiobooks and audio poems, which expand the possibilities of language and storytelling by including musical elements.

Reaching Educational Heights: The festival aims to reach out to a wider audience by showcasing the languages and their cultural heritage. To ensure the preservation and continued vitality of these linguistic traditions, it aspires to raise awareness and appreciation through workshops, seminars, book publishing, book launching, poetry recitation shows, and interactive sessions.


The world’s longest literature festival ‘Krup Literature Festival’ is a 12-day-long celebration of literature, music, and art. This festival’s main goal is to promote languages, literature, music, films, art, culture, and heritage. During this festival, five grand events in multiple languages will be celebrated by the Give Vacha Foundation and Krup Music in association with Krup Publishing and Esy ID.


It is the tireless efforts of Krup Music, Give Vacha, and Krup Publishing that has contributed to the remarkable success of the Krup Literature Festival. Krup Music, a well-known brand in the music industry, is responsible for the incorporation of musical performances and other forms of creative expression into the festival’s celebrations. Give Vacha, an organization that campaigns for literature, provides backing for the development of stimulating presentations and forums. Many thanks to Krup Publishing, a great place for writers and new books, the festival will continue to be a place where new ideas in literature are born.

Krup Literature Festival is more than just an event; it’s a living tapestry of words, music, art, and culture that come together to make something novel. The festival has evolved and flourished as a consequence of the vision of Dr. Krupesh and Dr. Pooja Thacker. It has left its mark on the literary landscape all over the world and will continue to serve as a source of inspiration for forthcoming generations.

Festival Dates: 3rd February to 14th February, 2024

Advisory Board: Dr. Shashikant Thacker, Mrs. Nayna Thacker
Festival Director: Dr. Krupesh Thacker, Dr. Pooja Thacker
Program Creator: Krup Productions, Give Vacha Foundation, Krup Music, Krup Films
Label Partner: Krup Music, Esy Music
Branding Partner: GLCC
NGO Partner: Give Vacha Foundation
Publishing Partner: Krup Publishing
Educational Partner: Krup Academy
Digital Partner: Esy ID



Gujarat Children's Lit Fest Krup Literature Festival Dr. Krupesh Give Vacha Foundation Krup Music
Gujarat Children's Lit Fest Krup Literature Festival Dr. Krupesh Give Vacha Foundation Krup Music
Gujarat Children's Lit Fest Krup Literature Festival Dr. Krupesh Give Vacha Foundation Krup Music
Gujarat Children's Lit Fest Krup Literature Festival Dr. Krupesh Give Vacha Foundation Krup Music
Gujarat Children's Lit Fest Krup Literature Festival Dr. Krupesh Give Vacha Foundation Krup Music
Gujarat Children's Lit Fest Krup Literature Festival Dr. Krupesh Give Vacha Foundation Krup Music




Dr. Krupesh Thacker: Dr. Krupesh Thacker is an Indian playback singer-songwriter. His more than 100 songs and 50+ albums have been launched worldwide through various music streaming platforms. As a producer and director, he has work experience in creating more than 25 music videos, and web series. His featured film has won many awards. He is the founder of Krup Music, Krup Productions, Krup Films, Krup Publishing & Give Vacha Foundation. He is the guitarist & lead vocalist of Parv Fusion Band. He is also the mentor & judge of Sur Gujarat KeSur Hindustan KeThe Magical MusicianNach Le & The Global Gujarat Show. He is the author of the bestseller novel series Bhagavad Gita for Life, as well as The Love Gatha.

Dr. Pooja Thacker: is an Indian Entrepreneur, Film Producer, Actress, Singer, and Philanthropist. She is the Co-Founder of Krup Music, & Krup Productions. Dr. Pooja is also the judge of Sur Gujarat Ke, Nach Le & The Global Gujarat Show. She is the Festival Director of Gita Jayanti Parv 2022 & Krup Music Festival.


Parv Thacker: He is The Youngest Singer, a 6-year-old Child Prodigy, an Indian playback singer, actor, changemaker, influencer, and brand ambassador. Parv is known for his work in Gujarati & Hindi devotional, patriotic, and pop music. He is the World’s Youngest Actor, as well as the Youngest Singer In the World/Asia. He is established as the youngest author with the worldwide launching of his first children’s book ‘Sanatan Activity Book Part 1: Parv Ki Pathshala, published by Krup Publishing.

Vacha Thacker: Vacha Thacker is an 11-year-old Child Prodigy, Indian Playback Singer, Actress, and brand ambassador known for her work in Gujarati & Hindi Pop Music. She is the Youngest Singer In India. She is an exclusive Krup Music artist and member of the Parv Fusion Band. After the grand success her first children’s activity book ‘Gita Word Search: Indian Culture For Kids‘ is published by Krup Publishing.


Anjali Sevak: Anjali Sevak is an author, voiceover artist, and professional anchor from Kutch. She is known for her work as an anchor in Krup Talent Hunt, Maa Parv, Gita Jayanti Parv, and Valentine’s Parv. She is currently active in the Gujarati and Hindi literature fields. As an exclusive artist for Krup Music she works as a voiceover artist for the company.




Which is the longest literature festival in the world?

Krup Literature Festival is the world’s longest literature festival. It is a 12-day-long festival celebrating five essential languages.

Who organizes the Krup Literature Festival?

Krup Literature Festival is organized by Give Vacha Foundation, Krup Music, and Esy ID in partnership with Krup Publishing and Global Literature & Cultural Club.

Who are the directors of the Krup Literature Festival?

Dr. Krupesh Thacker, an Indian singer-songwriter, director, and best-seller author, along with Dr. Pooja Thacker, will direct the Krup Literature Festival.

When will the Krup Literature Festival be celebrated?

Krup Literature Festival is a 12-day-long event that honors languages, art, music, and literature. It will begin on 3rd February 2024, and run through 14th February 2024.

Who can join the Krup Literature Festival?

Anyone can attend the Krup Literature Festival, including book lovers, authors, poets, writers, artists, singers, dancers, and musicians, as well as schools, colleges, and other organizations that value languages like English, Kutchi, Gujarati, Hindi, Awadhi, Sanskrit and Music.

How can I publish my book during the Krup Literature Festival?

Krup Literature Festival provides a worldwide book publishing platform for authors around the globe. If you want to publish your book through Krup Publishing at this literature festival, you can contact +91 9265644011.