|Contemporary Literary Review India April 2012|
|Editorial April 2012|| |
Electronic Media Best Alternative to Paper by Khurshid Alam
The Internet has added a new space to our life without doubt, coupled with many possibilities and opportunities. It’s a virtual world but has the real presence.
|Poems||Brisk Man from Jaipur by Donal Mahoney |
Two men tall,
one from here
|Two Poems by Brigit Truex |
A Word for It
|Two Poems by Sweta Srivastava Vikram |
Caught in the Crossfire
|Two Poems by Tatjana Debeljački |
In The Whiteness
|Short Story||The New Home by Kaveri Murthy |
|Interview||An Interview with Jitendra Sharma by Khurshid Alam |
Khurshid Alam engages Jitendra Sharma in an interview with his concept of Man in Aurobindo's poetry on his recently released title, Concept of Man in Sri Aurobindo's Poetry.
|Essay||The Perfect Life by Anand Vardhan |
Soft music harmonising the nerves of your brain, a sweet smell drowning you into a lake of decreased sentient, you punched lavishly into the middle of your fresh-bun-like couch and looking through the glass walls at some brilliant example of architectural finesse, and ...
|Film Review||The Dirty Picture is a Blurb on Porn Fantasy by Khurshid Alam |
The dialogue in the movie The Dirty Picture, “When a girl sheds clothes from her dignity, the so-called honourable people enjoy the most.”...
|Criticism||Savitri and Satyavan by Bhaskar Roy Barman |
...Sri Aurobindo’s epic poem, Savitri, based upon the Savitri-Satyavan legend in the Mahabharata, one of the two epics that India glories in, the other epic being the Ramayana.
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