Monday, June 21, 2021

Book-Reviews

Sri. Rabindranath Tagore’s Supra-mental Philosophy in Gitanjali Aiding the creation of the unique identity – Dr. Sandhya Tiwari, Hyderabad

Tagore, a great exponent of divinity in man, explained in Gitanjali, “Song Offerings”, how mankind can be united by the religious bond of love...

Sonnet Mondal’s Diorama of Three Diaries: A Collection of Mysticism, Sensitivity, Sensuousness & Subjectivity by Dr. Shamenaz, Allahabad

"Be like a crystal; the more they break you, the more rays you scatter…" These words are really applicable for Sonnet Mondal, who is an...

Tagore’s Idea of Nation and Nationalism in Gora – Nakul Kundra, Amritsar

Gora (1909) is the fifth in order of writing and the largest of Tagore’s twelve novels. It was serialised in a literary magazine Probasi...

Reviewing Ajoy Kumar’s ‘Anganeyorumambazhakalam’ by Sabu J. Nair

Ajoy Kumar's 'Anganeyorumambazhakalam' Shared Indian Ruminations Literary Award 2011 for best Malayalam Non Fiction with Sulfikar's book - 'Fern Hill – Nithya Chaithanya yathi...

The Scent of Frangipani – G.Krishnan, Kerala

It was one of those rare occasions when the modern paintings of M V Devan and some others were being exhibited in Thiruvananthapuram and...

Reviewing Amit Upadhyay’s ‘Good is God and Evil is Evil’ by Dr. Anil Kumar, Delhi

A bouquet for senses, this purely literary work is an exceptional creation in almost all the respects…Superb plot, extraordinary expressions, excellent language and author’s...

A Mysterious ‘Crash landings’ by Rajesh Chithira – Sandhya S.N

Won Indian Ruminations Literary Award - Malayalam Poetry 2011 'Poems are born unknowingly in a mysterious moment' is the quote on his writings by the...

21 Lines Fusion Sonnets of 21st Century by Sonnet Mondal – A Review by Patricia Prime, New Zealand

The sonnet is a poem of fourteen lines (give or take a couple), usually rhymed, usually written in iambic pentameter; a song usurped by...

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