Globally acclaimed and the first Indo-Anglian poet to receive the Sahitya Akademi Award, Jayanta Mahapatra took his last breath on Sunday evening at Cuttack, bringing an end to a legendary poetic era.
Originally named Nunnavath Karthik, he is a member of an ethnic nomadic tribe known by different names such as Lambada in Telangana and Banjara across India.
Writer and poet Jerry Pinto has a conversation with CE about the dying state of English poetry, his memories as part of the Poetry Circle and the ways to carefully use humour
Mita Vashisht, who was in Bengaluru over the weekend, speaks about her move to commercial TV serials, mainstream actors dominating OTT platforms and more.
Acclaimed writer and poet Javed Akhtar, who was in the city for the Bengaluru Poetry Festival, speaks about going back to scriptwriting after 17 years.
Ahead of the upcoming Bengaluru Poetry Festival in the first week of August, poets and organisers share their anticipation for the much-awaited literary event
The 35-year-old, known for her melodic carnatic and fusion numbers, will be headlining the upcoming Bengaluru Poetry Festival.
The book, ‘Varavara Rao: A Life In Poetry’ is a collection of English translations of poems of the eminent Telugu poet edited by N Venugopal and Meena Kandasamy.