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Kafla Inter-Continental

Kafla Inter-Continental
(an international literary journal)

India Inter-Continental Cultural Association (Regd.) Chandigarh (India) is also engaged in publication of Kafla Inter-Continental,
(a literary journal in English published three times a year, in April, August and December)
in which writings from various languages and regions appear. Thanks for overwhelming response received, Kafla Intercontinental. is now 34 issues strong. At Kafla Inter-Continetal we pursue the aims and activities of building up bridges of understanding between the peoples of the world through awareness created by Literature.

Kafla symbolizes man's primeval search for the unknown, the less-known and the ill-known. Kafla is another name for the wanderer and the foot-loose, at least in the realm of the mind and the soul. Kafla is a Hindustani word. Its literary meaning is a group of people going on a long journey, with a built up sense of security. So with Kafla Inter-Continental, we started a seemingly endless journey of ideas, thoughts, memories, desires and wishes... the whole gamut of human expression. We try to build bridges of understanding, of friendships, of cultures and sub-cultures through Kafla Inter-Continental ... a no way small venture to aspire for. Kafla Inter-Continental will be on the move to all the regions of the world to report on their cultures, literature, art and artifacts. It will meet the writers, artists and other souls in their study and the studio. We are already in the midst of this activity.
Kafla Inter-Continental is distributed free to our members, selected institutions/writing groups and individuals interested in contemporary literature. 
Submissions and enquiries must be accompanied by a SASE (Self Addressed Stamped Envelope) and addressed to :

Dev Bhardwaj
Editor : Kafla Inter-Continental
3437 Sector 46-C, Chandigarh-160047 (India)
Email :

Kafla Inter-continental (No. 34)
October-December 2006

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