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Indian Ruminations Literary Festival 2011


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Indian Ruminations- Journal of Indian English Literature, the monthly web journal, dedicated to Indian English Literature is organizing a two day literary festival on 24th and 25th September 2011 at Vyloppilly Samskrithi Bhavan, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.  The focal theme of the Literary Festival is Exploring Indian alternatives in Reading and Writing. The event is foreseen as the platform of the creative exchange of culture, thoughts and ideas by the readers and writers all over India.  It is expected to be an artistic blend of the veterans and young writers and readers across the nation.

We welcome you all to participate in the festival.

We expect  your esteemed presence and participation to make this event a perpetual success.   Please confirm your participation with an email to

Indian Ruminations Literary Award 2011


Sandhya S.N ( General Convener)

J T Jayasingh ( Chairman)

Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.


  1. Fine. But the participants are supposed to pay for lodging and boarding in advance. Are there any such arrangements or the participants have to take care of themselves is not clear. I would appreciate a more detailed information.

  2. Perugu.Ramakrishna(1960)
    A Tax officer by profession but Poetry is priority passion ..Born in Nellore toSmt.Kamalamma and Late Venkateswarlu.Writing Poetry in Telugu for the last 25 years.Got 9 books to credit which includes two Short story Anthologies edited.Recently “Flamingo and other poems”English collection  published by Monfakira,Kolkotta.Recipient of Andhra pradesh State Government Visista Kavi Puraskaram from CM Dr.YSR-2008.Besides several others.Poetry widely translated and published in several e-journals,websites likemuse,,,,,,enchanting verses,and in printed boks titled Poesy of Posy,Indian Literature of sahithya Akademi,Beyond Borders of FOSWAL,world anthologies of Poets International,Russeling Breeze,Haiku published in Japan’s journal “Ginyu” ,Romania’s “Allbotros”and several others.Featured and participated in several National?international Fests Sahithya akademi “New Voices’ at Trivandrum,International poetry fest of kritya at CIIL,Mysore,SAARC festival of literature at Delhi and Agra,Recently attended World Congress of Poets-2011 at Larissa ,Greece and awarded Exellency of Poetry Award..Poetry translated in to malayalam,Tamil,kannada,Bengali,Hindi,languages..Founder and Admin for Indian Poetry society (350 Members),International Poets Society(170 Members)on Face Book..
    Can reach at perugu.ramakrishna@gmail.com9849230443


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