Deepak Mukut and Mansi Bagla have acquired the rights of Bond’s romantic short stories for the anthology series.
Let us have a look at some of his selected poems on the occasion of Kumar Vishwas’s birthday, which people like very much.
The book, published by the Penguin Random House India (PRHI), is a ”mind-bending story of a serial killer hunting another serial killer, and a detective caught in the middle of this deadly competition”.
Rahat Indori, known as Rahat Saab, once became a painter to make a living. Here are some of the ones I found to be interesting Facts about Rahat Indori.
The annual awards, given in 20 Indian languages, included seven books of poetry, two novels, five short stories, two plays, one book each of biography, autobiography, criticism and epic poetry.
Remembering Rudyard Kipling: On his birth anniversary, we bring you a few books by Rudyard Kipling that you must add to your bookshelves
Celebrating such Language Days calls for the reverence of many different world languages and encourages people to speak various languages.
The annual award, won by Journalist-author Raj Kamal Jha in 2020 for his novel ”The City and The Sea”, will now be held for both the years in New Delhi in October, 2022, he informed.
Faiz Ahmed received his early education from Church Mission School and Masters in English and Arabic from Government College, Lahore.
There has also been a poet in Urdu who has used satire as an antidote in his poetry. There is as much humor in the Sher of Akbar Allahabadi, as much as there is a sharp sarcasm of sarcasm.
Apart from his first poetry collection “Chakravyuh”, which is considered a landmark in Hindi literature, his other works including “Atmajaya”, “Apne Samne”, “Koi Dusra Nahi”, and “In Dinon” put him on the forefronts of the literary world.
The poems and plays of Jai Shankar Prasad, the originator of Hindi Chhayavad era, are discussed a lot, but for the first time modern writing in Hindi was initiated in his stories.
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Plath studied at Smith College in Massachusetts and at Newnham College in Cambridge, England.
White kurta-dhoti on body, tall stature, bag hanging from shoulder. Glasses in the eye, a patient-serious face and a gleaming satisfaction of creation…. This was the storyteller Dudhnath Singh. That is, such a pillar of the rich literary tradition of the city from where the model of the sixty-three story was created.
October 17 this year is the 98th birth anniversary of the renowned Hindi novelist Gaura Pant Shivani whose works have an eternal appeal for generations of readers.
Nirala was born on 21 February 1896 as Suraj Kumar Tevari in Midnapur district in Bengal. His primary education was in Bangla.
A literary giant of Hindi-Urdu literature, he is recognized in India as the foremost Hindi-Urdu writer of the early 20th century. He is a novel writer, a story writer and a dramatist. He is also famously known as the Upanyas Samrat which means a great emperor among novel writers.
Acharya Ramchandra Shukla was born on October 4, 1884, Basti district in a wealthy Brahmin family. His father Chandrabali Shukla was a Revenue Inspector (Kanoongo) at that time.
A rich, magical tale of belonging and identity, love and trauma, nature and renewal, from the Booker-shortlisted author of ’10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World’.