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Kozhikode Named UNESCO City of Literature: Pinarayi Vijayan wishes everyone

Kerala’s Chief Minister, Pinarayi Vijayan, heralded a momentous occasion as the city of Kozhikode was conferred the distinguished title of UNESCO City of Literature. This designation positions Kozhikode as the first city in India to achieve this prestigious honor, marking an extraordinary milestone in the country’s cultural landscape.

Expressing profound delight and honor, Vijayan praised this recognition as a testament to Kozhikode’s rich literary heritage and the vibrancy of its cultural milieu. He emphasized that the UNESCO designation stands as a testament to the city’s profound connection to literature and its profound influence on the cultural tapestry of the region.

“The Chief Minister’s laudatory remarks underscore the collective achievement of the people of Kozhikode, emphasizing the celebration of their cultural and literary contributions. He urged continued support and promotion of literature and creativity within the state, encouraging an environment that fosters the love for literature and artistic endeavors”.

Vijayan’s encouragement to celebrate this extraordinary feat reflects the significance of Kozhikode’s UNESCO recognition, recognizing the city’s pivotal role in nurturing and preserving literary and cultural legacies. The acknowledgment serves as a catalyst to further propel the appreciation and support for literature and creativity, not only in Kozhikode but throughout the state of Kerala.

The UNESCO City of Literature designation is a momentous achievement that celebrates the depth of Kozhikode’s literary history and its role in shaping and nurturing artistic expression and creativity. It serves as a testimony to the city’s profound cultural identity and an inspiration for nurturing a love for literature and the arts across the nation.

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