ARTICLES/DISCUSSIONS

Editor Charanjeet Kaur presents nine literary expositions. Aju Mukhopadhyay interviews nonagenarian Bengali writer Nirendranath Chakraborty; Anjali Singh interviews Rajni Tilak, well-known Dalit writer & activist. Also read ‘Voices from Persia and Ireland’ by Dilip Jhaveri; ‘The Long Shadow of Partition’ by Charanjeet Kaur; ‘Roots of Patriarchy’ by Kamla Bhasin & Shilpi Das; ‘Determinants of Translation’ by Aditya Kumar Panda (in pic); ‘Men in Theatrical Performance’ by Rachana Pandey; ‘Girish Karnad’s Naga-Mandala’ by Madhvi Lata; Kamayani Kumar – ‘Mediating Partition narratives through Visual Culture’.


Editorial
  Charanjeet Kaur

Conversations
  Nirendranath Chakraborty - In Discussion with Aju Mukhopadhayay
  Rajni Tilak - In Conversation with Anjali Singh

Discussions
  Charanjeet Kaur – “The Partitioning of the Sub-Continental Mind”
  Dilip Jhaveri – ‘Voices from Persia and Ireland’
  Kamla Bhasin – ‘Roots of Patriarchy’

Articles
  Aditya Kumar Panda – ‘Determinants of Translation’
  Kamayani Kumar – ‘Mediating Partition narratives through Visual Culture’
  Madhvi Lata – ‘Girish Karnad’s “Naga-Mandala’
  Rachana Pandey – ‘Men in Theatrical Performance’

FICTION

Enjoy a wide variety of short stories with different backgrounds, and engagingly told by veteran as well as young writers – Ashok Patwari, Bodhisatwa Ray, Chaganti Nagaraja Rao, Jindagi Kumari (in pic), Lopa Mukherjee, Niyantha Shekar, Rajarshi Banerjee, Revathi Raj Iyer, Sharath Suryan, and Sridhar Venkatasubramanian.

U Atreya Sarma – ‘Editorial Musings’
Ashok Patwari – ‘Padma’
Bodhisatwa Ray – ‘Kway Teow’
Chaganti Nagaraja Rao – ‘The Donor of Books’
Jindagi Kumari – ‘On the path of duty’
Lopa Mukherjee – ‘Through the lens of a camera’
Niyantha Shekar – ‘Shiva Park’
Rajarshi Banerjee – ‘The Mannequin’
Revathi Raj Iyer – ‘Tempest’
Sharath Suryan – ‘1800 Seconds’
Sridhar V – ‘Simply Baffling’

BOOK REVIEW(S)

Here are appetising reviews of 9 books across genres – Biography, Fiction, Poetry, Literary Criticism, Non-fiction (including a Yoga guide). Ananya Sarkar reviews ‘Halfway Up A Hill’; Jaydeep Sarangi – ‘At the Crossroads of Culture and Literature’; KV Raghupathi (in pic) – ‘My Friendship with Yoga’; Lakshmi Kannan – ‘Encounters with People and the Angels of Hope’; Pratibha Kumari Singh – ‘A Gift of Goddess Lakshmi’; Revathi Raj Iyer – ‘In Other Words’; Srinivas Reddy – ‘Mahabharata: A Modern Retelling’; Sunaina Jain – ‘The Tree with a Thousand Apples’; Usha Kishore – ‘The Ending of Arrogance: Ksemendra’s Darpa Dalana’.

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Ananya Sarkar – ‘Halfway Up A Hill’
Jaydeep Sarangi – ‘At the Crossroads of Culture and Literature’
KV Raghupathi – ‘My Friendship with Yoga
Lakshmi Kannan – ‘Encounters with People and the Angels of Hope’
Pratibha Kumari Singh – ‘A Gift of Goddess Lakshmi’
Revathi Raj Iyer – ‘In Other Words’
Srinivas Reddy – ‘Mahabharata: A Modern Retelling’
Sunaina Jain – ‘The Tree with a Thousand Apples’
Usha Kishore – ‘The Ending of Arrogance: Ksemendra’s Darpa Dalana’

POETRY

‘The poems,’ by as many as 12 poets, presented in this issue, ‘are like paintings on the unfolding canvas of life, with penetrating thoughts and poetic feelings filling their indelible hues and shades,’ describes Editor Ambika Ananth. The poets are – Ashfaqh Hasan (in pic), BR Nagpal, Jim Wungramyao Kasom, Leena Sharma, Malcolm Carvalho, Md Ziaul Haque, Nitya Swaruba, Nuggehalli Pankaja, Prem Kumar, Madhabi Das (Trans. Subhasree Chatterjee), Sunaina Jain, and Ubaidullah Pandit.

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Ambika Ananth – ‘Editorial Note’
Ashfaqh Hasan
BR Nagpal
Jim Wungramyao Kasom
Leena Sharma
Malcolm Carvalho
Md Ziaul Haque
Nitya Swaruba
Nuggehalli Pankaja
Prem Kumar
Madhabi Das (Trans. Subhasree Chatterjee)
Sunaina Jain
Ubaidullah Pandit

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