Arrival

COPYRIGHT © 2013
Kanchan Bhattachary

POETRY (ENGLISH)
ISBN NO. : 978-81-925838-3-9

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About the Book

A trilingual poet, in English, Hindi and Bengali, his vernacular work has published in local magazines. His forte lies in English, and his work has been included in many Indian and foreign anthologies.

The 1971 Bangladesh War and later 1987-89 (Sri Lanka) had brought him in very close contact with life. His poetry seeks the answers to the riddles of life, to the sufferings of Man.

Colonel Kanchan Bhattacharya (KB, to his friends) has many achievements, he has a distinguished educational background- has been a topper in competitive examinations.

He is also a cartoonist, with one book co-authored in the Army. He plays the guitar and has written on the mathematics of music.A performing poet, he writes humorously or with deep sentimental content, at will.

And with surrealism oozing in White to Grey.

They laid a floor/ And built a door within a door/ A tin lean-to/ Where they let me sit/ With a sand mesh and the mangy dog/ As I puffed away/ Lungs gone, yet/ And buried my hopes/ Beneath concrete slopes.

A poet to watch out for… he is prolific- the taste of Eden, in “Arrival”…

–Yayati Madan G Gandhi

About the Author

Arrival A young man of 63, as he describes himself, he has led a very distinctive life, having chosen a career in the Army, served in the Bangladesh War in 1971, and retired after 30 years of service in 2000. He has taught in a University and in an Engineering college too. He has been writing poetry since his childhood- his first poem in Bengali had seen print in 1965, when he was 16 years old. His first poem in Hindi appeared in 1968 in his college magazine.

A trilingual poet, in English, Hindi and Bengali, his vernacular work has published in local magazines. His forte lies in English, and his work has been included in many Indian and foreign anthologies.

The 1971 Bangladesh War and later 1987-89 (Sri Lanka) had brought him in very close contact with life. His poetry seeks the answers to the riddles of life, to the sufferings of Man. Colonel Kanchan Bhattacharya (KB, to his friends) has many achievements, he has a distinguished educational background- has been a topper in competitive examinations. He is also a cartoonist, with one book co-authored in the Army. He plays the guitar and has written on the mathematics of music.A performing poet, he writes humorously or with deep sentimental content, at will.

The Voyage to Eternity

COPYRIGHT © 2013 Preeth Nambiar

POETRY (ENGLISH)
ISBN NO. : 978-81-925838-0-8

Price : ` 250.00
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About the Book

The author-poet Preeth Nambiar’s debut poetry volume, The Voyage To Eternity, is the poetry of longing, a work of exceptional merit by a new metaphysical voice full of promise who guides you onto the visions of new dawn of rainbowed horizons across the ever beckoning voyage.

With vivifying words Preeth brings alive on his canvas ineffable scenes of nature with its amazing colours. With every season’s change, mood of nature changes, so does the poet’s choir and colour.

The poet’s wizardry of language lets you soar on wings of celestial chime; his musicalising rhythm weaves the mesmerizing charm and spellbinds. The orchestral symphony with myriad notes you hear from the first line to the last come to you mixed with fragrance of the valley of flowers wafted on the breeze.

Reading The Voyage To Eternity is an experience, in the way of inner transformation, which is beyond the power of words to verbalize. The poet makes you live it through by taking you along with a breath-taking speed, letting you see the whole video graphed

The book is a must-read by every poet and poetry lover as well as informed readers having interest in fundamental problems of life and metaphysics.

–Yayati Madan G Gandhi

About the Author

viewer Educationist, Litterateur & Humanitarian, Preeth hails from the northern part of Indian state, Kerala, in the south-west region of India on the Malabar Coast. Born in an ancient aristocratic family where music, arts and literature were the very atmosphere, he started writing at a very early age. He has been working with various international organisations and has presented prestigious research works on Education, philosophy, arts and literature. He is known for the simplistic style of narration which has meditative tunes in his literary works where as his key ideas on
education, incorporating eastern and western philosophies, has won international acclamation. Preeth is presently residing in the Maldives working as an educator to the University of Cambridge, ESOL.

-Yayati Madan G Gandhi

An Untold Story of a Pebble

COPYRIGHT © 2013
Mamta Agarwal

POETRY (ENGLISH)
ISBN NO. : 978-81-925838-2-2

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About the Book

untoldstoryThe poet-célèbre Mamta Agarwal is a divinely gifted voice whose poetic corpus sets her in galaxy of distinguished Indian poets writing in English. She christens her new volume of poetry AN UNTOLD STORY OF A PEBBLE after her first poem in the collection. Like most of her poems, the poet visualises and pins on an objective correlative to pictographically poetise her profound reflections on life, nature and universe.
The poet has uncanny capacity to enter into the soul of a bird and beast, leaf and flower, rock and mountain to empathise with them and describe their feelings. This negative capability is most crucial quality in a poet, and Mamta, the poet has it in ample measure.
A wordsmith and wizard of language, the poet Mamta Agarwal wields a powerful pen. She makes an apt choice of objective correlatives, images and metaphors, to weave the mosaic of her poems.
A master in craft of poesy, Mamta Agarwal’s new volume of poetry is a masterly write and a must-read anthology which I am delighted to commend to all poets and poetry lovers.

–Yayati Madan G Gandhi

An Untold Story of a Pebble shares the mystery and beauty of nature with words strung together like brilliant gems in a multicoloured and multifaceted necklace. Mamta weaves together fascinating poem tales woven with food, a talking vacuum cleaner, creatures great and small and paints a vivid picture of life in all its aspects.
The poems jump off the page to share themselves with the reader.

Ariadne Sawyer, MA , World Poetry President, author of three books and creative consultant. www.worldpoetry.ca

About the Author

mamta agrawalMamta Agarwal was born in India, at Saharanpur in the state of Uttar Pradesh, 27 March, 1951. She studied English Literature for Masters Program at Punjab University, Chandigarh.
Subsequently, she taught in Govt. College for Women and MCM DAV College for Women from 1972-74.
Later, she joined a publishing house in New Delhi, as an Associate editor. After a few years took up free-lance writing, and contributes articles, critiques, essays, research papers and poems in magazines and journals for the last 35 years.
In 1987, she decided she wanted to work with children and enrolled for B. Ed. However, instead of joining a mainstream school, she chose to join an experimental school, Mirambika, in New Delhi, run on Shri Aurobindo and Mother’s teachings and again did a teacher’s training course.
Her first anthology of poems titled ‘Rhythms of Life’ was published in 2008. Her second book, titled ‘Voices of autumn and other short poems’ came out in August 2010.
Some of her poems have been translated in Hindi, Urdu and Romanian languages.
She writes in English and Hindi.

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