“One by one, I lost my nation, my religion, my state, my language, my financial status, my whines, my lust, my ego, my dress – my identity,” writes Tapan Mozumdar.
“बुकोव्स्की को भी ख़ुद से वही सारी शिकायतें हैं जो मुझे उनसे हैं। यहाँ आकर हमारे बीच का मनमुटाव थोड़ा कम होता है,” नीरज पांडेय लिखते हैं।
“The characters in ‘Songs Of The Cauvery’ are strongly etched, and each main character plays out her or his idea … More
“Dickinson was a poet of short, succinct lines, often defying and redefining the rules of the traditional notions of the language itself and grammar in the late nineteenth century,” writes Tuhin Bhowal.
“Some thirty odd pages into Satisar-The valley of Demons by Ayaz Rasool Nazki and the reader is flabbergasted,” writes Shabir Ahmad Mir.
Ondaatje’s lilting language and leisurely narration gives the cloak-and-dagger world of post-war espionage a poetic texture,” writes Carol D’Souza.
“A.R. Venkatachalapthy’s book starkly reminds the readers, how we have failed Bharati by not popularising his works,” writes John Corlos Ebenezer.