Meghna Pant has been invited as a speaker for the nation’s biggest literary festivals and conferences, including TEDx, Jaipur Literature Festival, Times Lit Fest, Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Pune International Literary Festival, Lucknow Literature Carnival, Think Literature, Litomania, Chandigarh Literati, Odisha Literary Festival, Hyderabad Literary Festival, Kumaon Lit Fest, Brahmaputra Lit Fest, Dehradun Literature Festival, Mood Indigo, TISS Literature Festival, Cuttack Lit Fest, LitOFest, Festivelle, Women Writers Fest and Litomania.
She has spoken at various corporate events like MasterCard, Future Group, Welspun, Young Makers Conclave, #RiseWithTwitter, Rotary Club, Safecity Seminar, The Feminist Conference (UN Women), PEN India and She Leads India to audience sizes that range from 30 to 500 people.
She is a regular panelist at prime time news channels like Times Now, NDTV, CNN-IBN and India Today TV, and international channels like DW News (Germany) and CGTN (China). She also conducts motivational talks for underprivileged girls. She has been associated with the Avanti Young Women Leadership Program, The Blue Ribbon Movement, Kehkasha 2017, Srujna Sheroes and served as a mentor for Sheroes and Vital Voices (a woman empowering initiative by Hillary Clinton).
LEADERSHIP LESSONS THE GITA TAUGHT US (SHETHEPEOPLE)
ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (TEDx XLRI/ TEDx Sairam)
100 TWEET MAHABHARATA
Pant rewrote The Mahabharata, the world's longest epic, in 100 tweets, as part of the international Twitter Fiction Festival (2013). The Mahabharata is the world's longest epic and poem. It contains more than 74,000 verses, around 200,000 lines and about 1.8 million words.
Pant's tweets caught the attention of international and national media. India's biggest newspapers and online portals –– The Times of India, The Hindu, The Indian Express, The Asian Age, CNN-IBN, Mid-Day, The Hindustan Times, The Deccan Chronicle, The Financial Express, DNA, Sakal Times, Pune Mirror, Rediff.com –– covered the story. The event also received international exposure with the Oprah Book Club mentioning it on Twitter and The Guardian (UK) publishing: “Somehow, Meghna Pant has managed to contain all of the dynamics of power struggle, war, love, lust and greed in her 140 character tidbits. Wonderfully descriptive and paced.”
Pant has been invited as a speaker to national conferences like Young Makers Conclave and #RiseWithTwitter to speak about the impact of The Gita and The Mahabharata on corporate leaders and women.