Indian Literatures

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Dr Priti Tripathi
प्रेमचन्द का साहित्यिक आकर्षण उनके अनुवर्ती लेखकों पर इस कदर तारी है कि वे स्वयं को किसी न किसी रूप में उनकी परम्परा से जोड़ना चाहते हैं। इस लेख में सहपीडिया की कोशिश प्रेमचंद की इसी लेखकीय परम्परा को समझने की है। (Photo Courtesy: India Post, Government of India [GODL-India])     हिन्दी साहित्य के…
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Akhil P. Veetil
Renowned Hindi author Nirmal Verma’s writings often deal with themes such as alienation, migration and historical trauma. One of the pioneers of the ‘Nayi Kahani movement’, he is a unique figure among his contemporaries, more so since he’d mastered over three languages. Here we look at the life and…
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Prof. Amiya P. Sen
Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay was not only a literary pioneer in Bengali, but an activist whose words and work are seminal for meaningfully interpreting the West for India and India for the West. We look at how his ideas on contemporary Hindu society and culture reveal a curious mix of liberality and…
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Subuhi Jiwani
Poems Eight poems from four different collections, including Golpitha (1972), Gandu Bagicha (1986), Ya Sattet Jeev Ramat Nahi (1995) and Mee Marale Sooryachya Rathache Saat Ghode (2005), including an ode and a dedication to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar. Translated into English by Dilip Chitre.       …
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  Question: Where do you think the relevance of Comparative Literature lies vis-a-vis the socio-cultural context of India? Jasbir Jain: Comparative Literature is relevant on account of several reasons: our multilingualism, the need to widen our horizons, be in touch with the rest of the world…
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Q.: Where do you think the relevance of Comparative Literature lies vis-a-vis the socio-cultural context of India? Ganesh Devy: India is a multilingual country. The literary traditions in India have evolved through numerous languages. In our country, literature is closely linked with music, dance,…
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Riti Sharma
This module is not only about institutional history but also discusses the ethics and the aesthetics of Comparative Literature.
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Riti Sharma
What we must examine now are the ways and means through which our teaching of literature can be reorganised and how comparative literature may be related to the whole exercise. The study of literature can be a meaningful as well as legitimate academic exercise only when it is directed to our needs…
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