Muse India is an initiative of a small group of writers and is published from Hyderabad, India. The key objective of the e-Journal is to popularize Indian writing in English and Indian literatures in translation, among a global readership through the medium of Internet. The e-journal is published by ‘Muse India Trust,’ a non-profit, literary Public Trust set up by the writers. All the editors and writers extend their support through voluntary work. The publication expenses are met from monetary contributions of well wishers.

The Trust seeks help and support of all those interested in the development and global propagation of the best of Indian writings. All monetary contributions will be gratefully accepted and should be made in favour of ‘Muse India Trust’ through a cheque or bank draft payable at Hyderabad, India. Payment can also be made through electronic fund transfer as per details given below. Minimum amount for donation is Rs 500.
Well-wishers may also help by sponsoring issues of Muse India. Full sponsorship amount is Rs 12,000 (or $300) and Sub-sponsorship amount Rs 6000 (or $150).
PayPal facility
International remittance can be made through PayPal. Remittance has to be effected to 'Muse India Trust' as contribution towards 'service' (sponsorship facility offered by the ejournal). This should be immediately communicated to the Managing Editor, Mr G S P Rao at his email:

All further details may be obtained from the Managing Editor from the same email address.   

Details for Bank Transfer:


Beneficiary’s name: MUSE INDIA TRUST.

A/c No. 630801314420

Bank: ICICI Bank

Branch: Kharkhana (Secunderabad), Telangana, INDIA

IFS Code: ICIC0006308

Swift Code for International Bank Transfer: ICICINBBCTS


Beneficiary’s Address:


Muse India Trust
38, Malani Enclave
Secunderabad 500015, AP, India.
Telephone: (0) 98483 45490


Remitters would please invariably refer their name in the “Remarks” field in their Internet Banking while transferring the funds online; and confirm the remittance by email to the Managing Editor giving the Transaction Reference number that the process projects. This enables us to match the funds received.