Belgaum and Karwar were not mentioned in the resolutions, it could be due to various reasons. It is possible that the organizers of the summit may have had a specific focus or theme for the event, and these locations may not have been relevant to that theme. Alternatively, it could be a simple oversight or lack of awareness about the literary scene in these locations.
That being said, it is important to recognize the contributions of all regions and communities to the literary world. There are many talented writers and literary traditions across India and the world, and it is important to promote and celebrate diversity and inclusivity in literature. If Belgaum and Karwar have a rich literary culture, it would be valuable to highlight and promote that culture through various literary events and initiatives.
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