Musings

Author by : Sindhu Nandakumar
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Publisher by : Literatureslight Publishing
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Description : MUSINGS is an impressive collection of selected one hundred and one aesthetically crafted and assorted poems by prolific and acclaimed poets. The concoction of literary artistry of budding and established poets is delight for the senses of poetry lovers. The musings acts as a catalyst to ignite passion and creative drive to perform with utmost precision and perfection to attain new heights in the vast tapestry of art forms. As we ponder and dwell in the realms of our imagination, our muses and musings motivates us to strive hard with precision, we look for something that is well calibrated, thoughtful and reflective in true sense. The collection of poetry in the exclusive anthology The Musings is perfect blend of philosophy and spirituality. Plethora of emotions blend together and the cascade of artistic expressions are on display to enrich the readers,


Brookside Musings

Author by : Dipankar Purkayastha & Dipendu Das
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Description : Brookside Musings is a carefully edited compilation of poems and short stories in English by British, American and Indian writers. The poems and short stories vary in content, style and purpose and thereby introduce students to a wide range of writing in English. Extracts from longer works have been avoided as a matter of principle and the poems and stories selected, though representative of the writers and their periods, have been kept short in order that they have a wholeness of appeal. Efforts have been made to make reading as pleasurable an experience as possible while opening up to the students the major developments in literature written in English. Meanings and explanations have been provided to guide students through the texts as well as introductions to the authors and the poems or short stories and comprehension sections.


Philosophical Musings For A Meaningful Life

Author by : S. Kumaran
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Publisher by : Modern History Press
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Description : ÿInside one of Contemporary India's most Influential Poets The twenty-four papers inÿPhilosophical Musings for a Meaningful Lifeÿstudy the poetry collectionsWinged Reasonÿ(2010),ÿWrite Son, Writeÿ(2011), andÿMulticultural Symphonyÿ(2014), of Dr. K.V. Dominic and reveal his humanistic values and concept of universal brotherhood, his social criticism devoid of absurdity and obscurity, his profound concern for the marginalized sections of society, and his reverence for Nature. All the papers focus on the poet's anguish at the evils and the inhuman attitude prevalent in the society and necessitate harmony of existence. In the context of Indian English poetry, the papers find Dominic to be unique in his use of simple and plain language to address the vast canvass of human life and the neglected segment of human society. Further, the papers bring out how the universal appeal of Dominic lies in his ability to view the world as a sanctuary and acknowledge him as the promising voice of the present century for his belief in the interrelatedness of all lives that ascertains positive change in the individuals. Dr. S. Kumaran, Editor, is working as an Assistant Professor in the Postgraduate & Research Department of English, Thiruvalluvar Government Arts College, Rasipuram. He is Associate Editor of two refereed international biannual journals,ÿWriters Editors Criticsÿ(WEC) andÿInternational Journal on Multicultural Literatureÿ(IJML); and a Member of the Editorial Boards of various journals from India and abroad. "This critical study on the poetry of Dr. K.V. Dominic deserves to be read closely for evaluation and to be on the shelf of every notable library.ÿPhilosophical Musings for a Meaningful Lifeÿwill inspire scholars from the West to find rubies and diamonds in the Indian poetry of today." --Dr. Stephen Gill, Poet Laureate of Ansted University "K.V. Dominic's social consciousness is his chief forte. Not for a moment does he divert attention from the simple and innocent activities of ordinary human beings. From his lyrics originate feelings of eternal sympathy, peace, and fraternal unity." --P.C.K. Prem, critic from Himachal Pradesh, India From the World Voices Series Modern History Press www.ModernHistoryPress.com


Indian Women S Writing In English

Author by : Joel Kuortti
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Description : "This is a remarkable collection of information on Indian women's writing written originally in English. Beginning from the 19th century, it introduces 444 writers of poetry and fiction. Now, it has been a part of common critical parlance to say that the Indian English women's writing is in ascendance. One aim of this bibliography is to illustrate this phenomenon and to emphasise the variety of writing. Writers included in the bibliography come from all over India and from the Indian diaspora all over the world. Another aim of this bibliography is to make us aware of the constructed nature of writerhood. A given writer's texts do not exist and circulate in a vacuum but in a context. We can see that Indian English women's writing is taking place. But, what we do not see is the critical establishment, that is, literary scholars and critics, taking much note of it."


Musings Of A Minstrel

Author by : Shiva Kaushal
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Terracotta Dreams

Author by : Monalisa Joshi
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Publisher by : One Point Six Technology Pvt Ltd
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Contemporary Authors

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Indian And Foreign Review

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The Indian Literary Review

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Musings At Dawn

Author by : Patricia Ross
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Publisher by : Educreation Publishing
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Description : Musings at Dawn', is the poet's heart laid bare. It will take the reader through a corridor of overwhelmed emotions, an intensity of feelings and in the lines he may find himself. These lines preserve one's feelings, memories and experiences. Lines on which one can fall back on for that tender support and an unknown supply of energy and strength hidden inside oneself. that we read poetry is enough to suffice that Life, love, peace and goodness exist in us and in the world!


Antiquarian Bookman

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Indian Writings In English

Author by : Manmohan Krishna Bhatnagar
Languange : en
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Description : Carving out a distinctive niche for itself, Indian English literature has graduated from the imitative, realistic and psychological stages to the experimental one, inviting study as darshan and as a formal artistic construct. The present volume comprises a serious critical endeavour to appraise and evaluate thematic concerns, formal strategies and narrative techniques, often from an inclusive, incisive, comparative perspective. The writers analysed threadbare are : Raja Rao, R.K. Narayan, Manohar Malgonkar, Anita Desai, Mulk Raj Anand, Nirad C. Chaudhary, Arundhati Roy, Taslima Nasreen, Arun Joshi, Kamala Das, Nissim Ezekiel and Bhabani Bhattacharya. A refreshingly novel and thought-provoking perspective on established writers as well as those emerging on the scene.


Rhapsodies And Musings

Author by : Ketaki Datta
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Publisher by : Hawakaal Publishers
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Description : In "Rhapsodies and Musings" Ketaki Datta examines the poetry of Sharmila Ray, and Tania Chakravertty looks at the poetry of Kiriti Sengupta. Readers will gain a good understanding of these two well-renowned Indian poets. These explorations are written in a way that any English-reader will easily understand. And they offer more than just a surface look at these poets. We need more works like "Rhapsodies and Musings" so that the English-speakers can enjoy the ethereal, spiritual beauty of Indian English poetry - English-language poetry by the Bengali poets, to be precise!


Dawn To Greater Dawn

Author by : K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Simla : Indian Institute of Advanced Study
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Description : Lectures delivered at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Simla.


Lyrical Musings On Indic Culture

Author by : M.K.V. Narayan
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Publisher by : Readworthy
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Description : With more and more youngsters of India adapting to English for their routine activities, many lyrical gems of Indian poets of yester-years in vernacular languages have become obscure or even lost to the new generations. The present book fills in this gap. It presents English version of some of the most popular songs of Sant Purandara Dasa, originally composed in Kannada. Besides explaining devotional and philosophical aspects of these songs, it also analyzes the views of Sant Purandara Dasa on societal mores and his criticism of the social evils of the 15th century India.


Shakespeare

Author by : K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Stosius Incorporated/Advent Books Division
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The Musings Of A Young Girl

Author by : Rebecca Mary John
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Publisher by : AuthorHouse
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Description : This book 'The Musings of a Young Girl' is written by Rebecca Mary John, a young girl of 12 years. She was born in Kerala, India and did her early school education there. When she was seven years old she came to Dubai, UAE. Rebecca composing poems since the tender age of eight. Her poems are based on various topics and mostly related to her age .While going to school in her father’s car she noted things around her & started discussing and conjuring poetry. Thus her early poems took concrete shape mostly while travelling. She used to jot down these lines on bits of paper and once she came back home she would put the finishing touches. The journey from the early poem ‘Torn Shaun’ to ‘The Cross’ depicts her progression as a poetess. The steady progress over the years is clearly seen in this book where her poems are displayed in the order of age (with the exception of the introductory poem ‘A Poetess’ Journey’.).Rebecca is also a meritorious student. Additionally, she is a voracious reader who also engages in coin collection, stamp collection and singing.


On The Mother

Author by : K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Sri Aurobindo Ashram
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Description : In this biography of the Mother, published in February 1978, the author presents her life story as the unfolding and manifestation of a profound inner history, and a far-ranging ministry for man and the earth. He delineates how the Mother developed the Ashram as an experiment in collective yoga, established the Centre of Education as a means of preparing the future humanity to receive the new consciousness, and inspired the founding of Auroville as a place to work out the ideal of human unity. Interwoven with these narrative threads are accounts of the Mother s spiritual nurturing of the disciples and the ongoing saga of physical transformation that she undertook to fulfil Sri Aurobindo s yoga.


The Future Of English In India

Author by : Ardeshir Ruttonji Wadia
Languange : en
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