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Selfless commitment & promotion of literature

Warm congratulations to you, Atreya... Your selfless commitment to and promotion of literature is rare and matchless!

Subhash Chandra   Delhi     chandra.subhash24@gmail.com    Apr 03, 2019

 

Subhash Chandra  , Delhi     chandra.subhash24@gmail.com    Apr 03,2019

My thanks to Muse India

Thank you dear Atreya! Muse India and its editors respected Surya Rao, Ambika Ananth and you Atreya Sarma Uppaluri, have all played a great role in shaping and honing my poetry writing skills! I can never thank Muse India enough for the platform they provided new writers like me! Ever grateful to the GREAT THREE of Muse India!

Padmaja Iyengar     Hyderabad   padmaja_iyengar@yahoo.co.in    Apr 03, 2019

 

Padmaja Iyengar     , Hyderabad   padmaja_iyengar@yahoo.co.in    Apr 03,2019

Wonderful line-up

How fantastic Sir! Wonderful line-up, once again. Congratulations and a HUGE thank you to you; and to Charanjeet Kaur ma’am for presenting such a memorable Feature on Indian English Writing.

Kalyanee Rajan   Delhi     kkrajan15@gmail.com    Apr 03, 2019

 

Kalyanee Rajan , Delhi     kkrajan15@gmail.com    Apr 03,2019

Congrats Atreya ji

Congrats Atreya ji. I would love to go through the writings in Issue 83 and try to make it in future.

KS Mani   Chennai   subbumani2001@yahoo.com    Apr 03, 2019

 

KS Mani , Chennai   subbumani2001@yahoo.com    Apr 03,2019

Congrats!

Congratulations to all who got published in Issue 83. Happy reading.

Sushant Dhar   Anantnag, J & K   dharsushants@gmail.com    Apr 03,2019

 

Sushant Dhar   , Anantnag, J & K   dharsushants@gmail.com    Apr 03,2019

So quick and magical!

Congratulations and thanks to the Muse India team. I am extremely glad to see my work in Issue 83 of Muse India... And, wow, thanks a lot to Atreya Sir for so promptly updating my profile! So quick and magical!

Rachana Pandey , Varanasi   meetrp.bhu@gmail.com    Apr 03, 2019

 

Rachana Pandey , Varanasi   meetrp.bhu@gmail.com    Apr 03,2019

Thrilled...

Thank you so much. So happy to see the Jan-Feb issue of MI has come out. Thrilled that it has carried my short story (‘Twilight House’) and book review (‘Heightened Senses’).

Malsawmi Jacob, Bengaluru   mesjay@gmail.com    Apr 03, 2019

 

Malsawmi Jacob, Bengaluru   mesjay@gmail.com    Apr 03,2019

MI 83: A heavy dose

The present issue is a heavy dose. Gone through some poems, U Atreya Sarma’s book review (‘A Basketful of Lies’) and of GSP Rao’s review (‘The History of India for Children’). Very good.

Ramakrishna Rao Gandikota, Kakinada   rrgandikota@gmail.com    Apr 03, 2019

 

Ramakrishna Rao Gandikota, Kakinada   rrgandikota@gmail.com    Apr 03,2019

MI 83 (Jan-Feb 2019) – Hearty congrats to the MI team

Hearty congratulations to the team of Muse India.

Swapna Behera, Bhubaneswar   swapna.behera@gmail.com    Apr 03, 2019

 

Swapna Behera, Bhubaneswar   swapna.behera@gmail.com    Apr 03,2019

Thank you, friends, for blessing Harsha & Katyayani

I thank all the following literary friends for their kind blessings to the MI 83 sponsor Harsha & his bride Katyayani. [By the way, Harsha is my son.]

Swapna Behera (Bhubaneswar): “All my blessings to Dear Katyayani and Dr Sri Harsha.”

Ramakrishna Rao Gandikota (Kakinada): “Mother's blessings to the newly wed Shri Harsha & Katyayani.”

Kalyanee Rajan (Delhi): “Himalayan best wishes to Shri Harsha and Katyayani for a wonderful journey ahead! Congratulations to you too on this count. Happiness galore! Touchwood!”

Padmaja Iyengar (Hyderabad): “A big Godbless to Harsha and Katyayani for a wonderful married life ahead! Great news this is!”

Dr Subhash Chandra (Delhi): “Warm congratulations to you, Atreya and your illustrious son, Dr Harsha Uppaluri. And blessings to the newlyweds.”

Dr Sapna Dogra (Delhi): “Heartiest congratulations to your son and Katyayani ji. May God bless them with happy life together.”

Dr Lakshmi Kannan (Delhi): “... your son's wedding. How did it go? Very well, I bet, with the blessings of your Pujya father. My Namaskaram to him! | You were so worried at that point, like anyone would be, considering his age. But isn’t it marvellous how the elders can prove us wrong! | I prayed a lot to Lord Balaji that your son's wedding should be a grand success and that your Pujya father should enjoy every minute of his dear grandson's wedding. I believe in my prayers, even if no one else does!

“My best wishes for the newlyweds. I wish them a long, happy, fulfilling life together, and packed with good work. 

“I’ll share with you how my mother, frail and very ill during my second son Sridhar’s engagement, gave us the surprise of our lives. We made all arrangements for her comfort, she had a para-medic attendant to look after her. Sridhar quietly stole into her room just to do a silent Namaskaram and take her blessings. And what did he see? A grandmother fully dressed in her best Kanjeevaram, jewellery in place, with a nice handbag, all ready to leave for the venue. Atreya, I can't describe how happy everyone was! She insisted on attending the engagement.” 

U Atreya Sarma, Hyderabad   atreyasarma@gmail.com    Apr 03, 2019

 

U Atreya Sarma, Hyderabad   atreyasarma@gmail.com    Apr 03,2019

Really enjoyed the section edited by Jaydeep Sarangi Aroma of The Heart, it is wonderful to see and read younger poets, after all they are the future of poetry, we should encourage and nurture them, congratulations. 

Robert Harle, Australia   harle@robharle.com    Jan 02,2019

 

Robert Harle, Australia   harle@robharle.com    Mar 27,2019

Aroma of the Heart! 
The exclusive on the poetry by the young and by definition restive---if not revolutionary---edited by Jaydeep Sarangi is sheer delight in terms of syntax, imagery, sounds and innovative forms. Aptly titled, it really captures the beats of young hearts beating for different causes and ideas. And their flawless translation into poetic idioms, all unique.  It was, for a change, like being in that refreshing Young-istan of the urban India expressing itself in metaphors---all renewed---and returning as completely restored, Dil-wise!  Enjoyed the heady trip. More of such---as they say these days, the youngsters, wearing their trademark baseball caps frontside back, faded jeans and Ts---cool stuff. Kudos to MI and Jaydeep, the veteran, for thinking of such a talented demography going lyrical, despite all-around cynicism and agnosticism of a mass culture. 

Sunil Sharma, Mumbai   drsharma.sunil@gmail.com    Jan 01,2019

 

 

 

Sunil Sharma, Mumbai   drsharma.sunil@gmail.com    Mar 27,2019

It's fascinating to read AROMA OF THE HEART. It is out of the ordinary to think of a special feature on the poems by the youth, below the age of 30. The range is broad and inclusive. I must congratulate Jaydeep Sarangi for giving us this rare opportunity to read this amazing body of poetry. Cheers! 

Sudha, Salem,TN   sudhaps@gmail.com    Jan 01,2019

 

Sudha, Salem,TN   sudhaps@gmail.com    Mar 27,2019

Dr KV Ramakrishnamacharya & his daughter Dr Kadambini get President of India’s recognition

Dear readers, you may have seen the interview of Dr KV Ramakrishnamacharya in the Feature on Sanskrit Literature (MI 80, Jul-Aug 2018). We are glad to share the happy tidings that he gets the prestigious President of India’s Certificate of Honour (2017) for his contribution to the field of Sanskrit. The announcement by Ministry of HRD, Government of India on 15 Aug 2018 says: “The distinction is conferred once a year on the Independence Day in recognition of substantial contribution in the field of Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic, Pali, Prakrit, Classical Oriya, Classical Kannada, Classical Telugu and Classical Malayalam.” Dr KV Ramakrishnamacharya is among the 26 awardees for the year 2017. A former VC of JRR Sanskrit University, Jaipur and former senior Professor at Rashtriya Sanskrita Vidyapeetha, Tirupati, he is presently Chief Advisor to the Research Group of Samskrita Bharati, Bengaluru.

And Dr Ramakrishnamacharya has reason to be doubly happy because his daughter too has received the President of India’s Maharshi Badrayan Vyas Samman for 2017 for her contribution to the field of Sanskrit. She is Dr K Kadambini, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Education, Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, Tirupati. Her doctoral thesis was “Building Anusaraka (a machine translation system) from English to Sanskrit – A Study.”

The awards will be given away in a special function to be got up in New Delhi in a few months’ time.

For further details visit: http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=181914

 

U Atreya Sarma, Bengaluru   atreyasarma@gmail.com    Aug 22,2018

Pankaj Saha's poems could have been better translated
 
Jaydeep Sarangi's translation of Pankaj Saha's poems in the July-Aug issue exemplifies the difficulty of translating poetry. Pankaj Saha is a senior poet but the translations here published garble both sense and language so that one is unable to respond to them. Moreover there are irritating typological errors unacceptable in a reputed webzine like Muse India. I wonder how Jaydeep, a veteran poet, editor and academician coud be so casual about so hallowed a task.

Tapati Gupta, Kolkata   tapatigupta@gmail.com    Aug 01,2018
 

[Dr Sarangi’s response: “Translation is always a matter of fuzzy possibilities. All suggestions are welcome!

Normally, we don't edit translations of regional works, particularly submitted by senior writers and translators, not knowing the context of the original.    - Managing Editor]

 

GSP Rao, Managing Editor, Hyderabad   gsprao2003@gmail.com    Aug 02,2018

Devulapalli Krishnasastry's short fiction

Enjoyed reading Devulapalli Krishnasastry in the issue 79. Short fiction that is humorous indeed. Subtle humour as he managed not to lose the shirt! Shall look up his writings inTelugu too.

 

S Abburi, Bangalore   asethu@hotmail.com    Jul 13,2018

It’s a pleasure dealing with the Editors
 

Dear Surya Saab, Thank you for your email. It is always nice to connect with you, Ambika ji, Atreya Saab and contribute to the journal. Prof. Prasad is a sensitive editor and it is a pleasure to deal with him.
 

More power to you and Team-Muse India.

 

Sanjeev Sethi, Mumbai   sanjeevsethi3@yahoo.co.uk    Jun 03,2018

Muse India Issue 79 has a class of its own!
 

Dear Surya Rao Ji, it gives me a lot of pleasure to see Muse India Journal continuously and regularly coming out with its prestigious issues. Each issue offers to the literary minds a variety of literary tastes of poetry, fiction and other brilliant allegorical narratives. The latest 79th Issue of the journal has a class of its own in terms of the quality of the content and presentation.
 

I extend my heartiest congrats to each member of the editorial team whose tireless efforts in meticulously editing and publishing the work of all writers in this Issue are greatly valued.
 

I ardently hope that MI Journal will continue its journey on the path of excellence in all future Issues, and we, authors, promise we will also contribute our "labour of love" regularly to make its mark as a unique journal among literary periodicals of India and beyond. 

 

M J Aslam, Srinagar   mjaslam09@gmail.com    Jun 03,2018

Muse India creating ripples
 

Dear Sir, Muse India has been creating a ripple effect in the literary domain within and beyond the borders of our country. Thank you for being instrumental in shaping a literary platform of this kind. You deserve a lot for this. I also thank you for picking up my short fiction for this issue, it's indeed awesome.

 

Pitambar Naik, Hyderabad   pitambarnaikwriter@gmail.com    Jun 03,2018

Kudos for maintaining quality and regularity
 

Dear Mr Surya Rao, you and your team deserve kudos for maintaining the quality and regularity of the prestigious ejournal, MUSE INDIA. While you have been generous in giving a lot of credit to the contributors, I believe, together with many others, that Muse India is a wonderful platform that motivates writers like us to keep writing.
 

Mr Rao, we are aware that you and the others involved in publishing the journal do it for the love of the 'word,' and that is highly commendable.
 

Thank you for publishing my short story, "Good Morning Sir, Good Evening, Sir."

 

Subash Chandra, New Delhi   subh_chandra@rediffmail.com    Jun 03,2018

Not able to login

Sir/Madam, Good Morning..I am veeraiyah subbulakshmi and a member of Muse india for quite sometime .Due to heavy schedule of duties, I was unable to contribute any article to Muse India for the past one year.

when i tried to login and submit my work, I am unable ot login at the moment. Could you please sort out this issue, so I can login and continue my membership in Muse India. Thank You,

 

Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi, thanjavur/Kuala Lumpur 
Veeraiyahsubbulakshmi@gmail.com    May 30,2018

You don't have to login to submit your work or even access the e-journal. If you are planning to submit your work for posting in Your Space, click on the link 'Your Space' on the homepage and then proceed to 'Post Your Work'. If you want to submit an article /poem/short story for consideration of publication in the e-journal, please go through the link 'Submissions' at the base of homepage. 

 

GSP Rao, Managing Editor, Hyderabad   gsprao2003@gmail.com    May 31,2018

Deeply indebted

Being an avid reader of Muse India, it was a dream come true for me, to have my poems featured here. I am deeply indebted to the magazine for giving chance to a beginner like me. The depth of writing that is showcased in the journal is undeniably the best. Therefore, it is a real privelege to be published here. I hope that the journal's reputation grows by leaps and bounds in the near future.

Anupam Patra, Bhubaneswar   anupampatra2017@gmail.com    May 03,2018

 

Anupam Patra, Bhubaneswar   anupampatra2017@gmail.com    May 04,2018

Muse India provides meaningful space for Indian academicians and writers 

Love reading every issue of Muse India, the only journal that has created and extremely meaningful space for Indian Academicians and Writers. 

 

 

 

Ishmeet Kaur Chaudhry, Gandhinagar, Gujarat   ishmeetsaini@gmail.com    May 03,2018

Krishna Mohan Banerjea's intellectual contributions have been neglected
 
How very interesting to have Anisha Ghosh Paul's review of Krishna Mohan Banerjea's 1831 play, The Persecuted.

Banerjea's philosophical writings have had at least some marginal attention, but his literary, educational, sociological and wider intellectual contributions (e.g. the mammoth Encyclopedia Bengaliensis) have been almost entirely neglected.

I welcome the fact that Indian scholars are apparently now starting to get over our colonial-anticolonial fixation, and beginning to reassess the work especially of 19th century Indian authors.

 

Prabhu Guptara, UK,    prabhusguptara@gmail.com    Apr 30,2018

Little exploration of literature of the North-East

I haven't come across much discussion of literature from our tribal people. Certainly, there has been little exploration of literature from the North-East of our country, so I am grateful for D. Ramakrishna's well-structured and well-written article on the literature of conflict there.

 

Prabhu Guptara,    prabhusguptara@gmail.com    Apr 30,2018

Muse India has fairly extensively covered the literature of the North-East, including Assam, in its Issues. You may visit the 'Archive' and see Issue Nos. 16 (2007), 17 and 20 (2008), 31 and 32 (2010), 47 and 48 (2013). Issue No. 20 had brought focus on Assamese literature of Insurgency.

 

GSP Rao, Managing Editor,    gsprao2003@gmail.com    Apr 30,2018

National level Junior Lit Fest
 

We introduce ourselves as LitLantern Welfare Society for Culture and Literature, a registered non-profit society, working on bringing the joy of literature, reading and language back to the children. We are looking to organize Andhra Pradesh’s inaugural National Level Junior Literary Fest - “Once Upon a Time”, in Vizag as a means of exposing the younger generation to the many facets of books. This festival is being conceived on the lines of children’s literary festivals like Bookaroo, Kitaabo and we are committed to making this an annual event of repute. 

 

While researching about festivals in India, we discovered that your organisation had helped execute the Hyderabad Literary Fest once. If it would be possible, we would highly appreciate a moment of your time to understand your viewpoints and experiences as an organiser. This would be invaluable input to what we are seeking to do. 

 

I tried sending an email to the chiefeditor@museindia.com however the email couldn't be delivered. I do hope you shall consider this request.You can reply through email or call me on 99851-22022 per your convenience. If you would like to schedule a specific time sometime next week, please do let me know and I can call you back. 

 

Warm Regards,  Sonal Sarda
 

[Dear Ms Sonal Sarda, there has been some delay in responding to this as I was travelling the whole of last week. We congratulate you for the initiative to start a National level Junior Lit Fest. We will be happy to share our experiences. The best course would be for you to send me your questions on what you want to know and I will be happy to respond. You may reach me at gsprao2003@gmail.com.     -GSP Rao, Managing Editor]

 

Sonal Sarda, Vizag   vjlfest@gmail.com    Apr 27,2018

Happy World Book Day
Happy World Book Day (1st March, 2018) to all my friends, fellow writers and readers of Muse India. Long live Books and all those who write them for our pleasure!

 

Betty Oldmeadow, England   onthehill54@outlook.com    Mar 13,2018

'Magical Journeys' story by Sunil Sharma (Jan-Feb 2018) 
 
Magical Journeys by Sunil Sharma: an excellent piece of work that absorbed me, the reader, from beginning to end. A valuable lesson contained within 'You cannot escape destiny.' 

 

Betty Oldmeadow, England   onthehill54@outlook.com    Mar 01,2018

Jan-Feb 2018 issue

A wonderful read, from end to end.

 

Supratik Sen, Kolkata   supratiksen1@gmail.com    Mar 01,2018

"Manaku of Guler" (Jan-Feb 2018)

This is with regard to "Manaku of Guler" - the review of the book by Prof BN Goswami. The information shared was a treat to the art connoisseurs, specially the select gallery of portraits and their descriptions, which actually help in the understanding of the subtle nuances of paintings. The details of the mythological references are praiseworthy. The efforts undertaken during the researching of the material prove that the serious scholars need no guidelines from bureaucratic educationists of the country. The amount of energy and attention given to the subject became fruitful with the bringing to the light the lesser-known artist in the field of painting. In fact, there are innumerable number of artists working in absolute ignorance to their works by the critics and connoisseurs. The MI has not only contributed to bring such artists out of the obscurity but have made the readers richer in their appreciations and understanding of the arts. Thanks to team MI.

 

Hemant Gahlot, Ujjain MP India   gahloth@gmail.com    Feb 28,2018

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