In This Issue

SPECIAL  FEATURE 

A.AYYAPPAN

(Malayalam Poet)

“He refused to live and write by the rules set by society and the grand masters of poetry. He did both as he pleased and died the way he lived. ….He was one of those poets who never needed the props of public recognition to keep him going. …..Ayyappan was in his own school in Malayalam poetry where he spoke about a cursed life, lost innocence, forsaken love, death and sacrifice, all through dark images he dexterously wove into his poems……He died a rich man by his own personal standards, both as a poet and a human being. He has some 2000 poems collected in about 20 volumes to his credit. And when he was found unconscious by the wayside, he had in his pocket a poem replete with his hallmark acidic imagery written on a scrap of paper  plus Rs.375/-, in every sense of the term, God’s Pauper”

 

FROM THE EDITOR

SPECIAL FEATURE

Celebrating Creativity :: A.Ayyappan

“I wet my words with my blood”
Poems in Malayalam
ഈസ്ററർ
ജയിൽ മുററത്തെ പൂക്കൾ
അത്താഴം
Padoo Nee Maghamalhar (Ayyappan’s Poem in his voice)
Poems in Translation
Dinner P.K.N. Panicker
Flowers in the Jail Courtyard P.K.N. Panicker
Easter P.K.N. Panicker
Book 
Selected Poems of A.Ayyappan P.M.Girish
Interview
Ayyappan’s Interview (video)
ALSO

ENGLISH

Essay : Folk lore

Symbolism in A·chik Material Culture :  Rhinkle M. Marak

GUJARATI

Poems

ફેન્સી ડ્રેસ   :     ઉદયન ઠક્કર

જો મરવાનું જ હોયઉદયન ઠક્કર

KONKANI

Poems

काव्य धन अविनाश कुंकळकर

देंट पारदसाचे : विवेक  पिसुर्लेकर

हात अर्दो वयर करूनलीलेश वा. कुडाळकार

वास्तुशास्त्रमनोज नरेंद्र कामत

स्मृति भ्रंशरमेश साजु घाडी

श्रीकृश्णा नवॊ अवतार जाय !संजीव वॆरॆंकार

भौमानानउदय म्हांबरो

पाटलावदारवल्ली क्वाड्रस

देवळी :आर.एस.भास्कर

जीणेचे वाटेर चलतनासुनेत्रा जोग

Fiction (Play)

थळथळेवंचे सर्वय भांगार न्हय! शरतचंद्र शेणै

Essay

फ्रीडाम टूर्ससूर्या अशोक

SANSKRIT

Essay

द्रविडभाषा कवयित्री अव्वैयार महाभागा :अलमेलु कृष्णन्

TAMIL

Fiction

புலி வேட்டைமாலன்

TELUGU

Poem:

పంటకాల్వదర్భశయనం శ్రీనివాసాచార్య

Fiction:

దమయంతి కూతురుపి. సత్యవతి

TRANSLATIONS

Poems (into English)

Fancy Dress  (From Gujarati)

If to Die is Inevitable : (From Gujarati)

Into Hindi

विनम्र मंदिर  (From Konkani)

Fiction:

A PHANTOM TIGER

 

 

AKSHRA
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