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Uttarakhand – Krashnakumar S. Dave, Gujarat

Split, scattered, scarce they are, the houses, the hotels, the temples… Alive, animated, throbbing, inhabited once they were, now ruined, destroyed, doomed . The injured, the lost, the...

That Maneater of Sundarban- Prasenjit Gorai, Hyderabad

The weak afternoon sun, after traversing the whole sky could just somehow manage to disperse few slanting rays. Though they enveloped this vast maze...

Dispossession – Haimanti Dutta Ray, Kolkata

Had there been a parameter Whereby to scale the length and breadth Of a country, We’d have ascertained where our identities ended. Yet there are places – No Man’s...

The unsurpassable Time -Farah Siddiqui, Allahabad

O’h Time thou is so strapping and powerful Ages and ages thou has surpassed and ruled Now break-off it’s my plead Now stop and do not lead At...

Islands – Dr. Anupama Chowdhury, West Bengal

I. In the shadows of my lonely days Among the icicles of frigid darkness I looked into your eyes For an embalmed touch....   Like a steamed kettle over-burnt You shrugged...

Dalit Feminism and Baburao Bagul’s Short Story “Mother” – Swayamdipta Das , Kolkata

Mainstream Indian literature and culture, until very recently, was limited by the marked absence of any significant representation of the Dalit experience. Although not...

An old Kid- Vivek Sinha

It was almost five of evening. The crowd in the market was getting denser with the sun getting down. The sun had turned to an...

The Little Girl – Shilpi Chakravarty, Delhi

She was conceived, with happiness in mind, but her family did not, turnout to be so kind. Seeing her the first time, the happiness of her mother did sublime, And...

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The Scavenger’s Song

An endless highway. A lone man, Ikbir Kaur, hesitantly walks along the dusty pavement aided by a mystical tinge of...

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