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P A Noushad

P A Noushad is a poet, educator and athlete from Kozhikode District, Kerala. He won many recognitions as an English Poet. He received appreciation letter from Queen Elizabeth, England for his anthology of poems. He represented India with good performance in the World Masters Athletic Championship, Australia (2016) in running events.
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As a soothing sign

As a soothing signrivers flow unpollutedinto our hearts,we are locked,where are our friends,neighbours, relatives…they went to the world of distancing,the mask wearing figuresroam around,quarantines,...

Gauthama Buddha – P.A Noushad

Stream flows in my heart as it flows years ago your words still in my mind with the swelling echoes, as an enchanting...

“Those who take literature seriously will have to uplift the freedom of thought in their literary works.”– Akbar Kakkattil, Malayalam fiction Writer

Akbar Kakkattil is a malayalam short-story writer and novelist from Kerala. He is noted for his story narration with humor element. He has wrtten...

“Neglecting mother tongue is suicidal” Poet, Sachidanandan

P.A.Noushad: Could you name a few most influential international writers in your life? Sachidanandan: It is very difficult to tell one particular writer, though I...

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Her Dead Alive Octopus

I caught upon an uncanny creature,Amidst a fish vending...
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