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Book Review: ‘Postcolonial Indian English Fiction: Decentering the Nation’

By Ajay K. Chaubey

Title: Postcolonial Indian English Fiction: Decentering the Nation
Editors: M. Rajagopalachary & K. Damodar Rao
Publisher: Rawat Publications, 2016.
ISBN: 978-81-316-0758-9. Price: ₹ 895.
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'Flights From My Terrace: A Treasure Trove Of Memories and Metaphorical Truths

Filled with vivid, veritable expressions, descriptions connoting the joie de vivre of life in its small, yet discerning moments, Santosh Bakaya’s treasure trove of 58 essays in ‘Flights From My terrace’ comes across as a remarkable odyssey of childhood memories, nostalgia, and a vivid internal journey capturing universal human feelings. 585 more words

Literary Musings

Spotlight: Princess Of A Whorehouse by Mayank Sharma

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THE PRINCESS OF A WHOREHOUSE: THE STORY OF A

SWAMP LOTUS

by

Mayank Sharma




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Aparajita is a tenacious go-getter. 401 more words

Literary Musings

Springtime in Bangalore

Our summer displays are full of flowers
Jacaranda, Tabebuia, Copper pod laden trees
But before we welcome those April showers
Springtime is all about the leaves… 362 more words

Bangalore

Thwarted Escape: An Immigrant's Wayward Journey by Lopamudra Banerjee - Book Blitz



THWARTED ESCAPE: An Immigrant’s Wayward Journey

by

Lopamudra Banerjee


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How far can one truly go away from his/her ancestral roots, filial ties and the claustrophobic grip of traditions and the reminiscence of an emotionally fraught childhood and puberty? 301 more words

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Compassion, An Example

Upagupta, the disciple of Buddha, lay asleep in

the dust by the city wall of Mathura.

Lamps were all out, doors were all shut, and… 364 more words

Poems

The Golden Boat

Clouds rumbling in the sky; teeming rain.
I sit on the river bank, sad and alone.
The sheaves lie gathered, harvest has ended,
The river is swollen and fierce in its flow. 227 more words

Poems