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Then thousands of creations (also criticisms) take birth— many times on the same theme and in the same manner. Now the question is— ‘is this the way to bring change in the society?’, ‘is this the process to bring consciousness among the masses?’, ‘is this the method to put a full stop on such a moral decay?’ If not, then what is logical and substantive for a happy world? Dear teachers and students (also dear authors and readers), let us explore this to recollect and imbibe the legacy of Dr Kalam on his birth anniversary! Read More.
C L Khatri: In Conversation with Abnish Singh Chauhan
“Not I, not I, but the wind that blows through me” creates nationalistic narrative in my poetry. For me nationalism/patriotism is not related to narrative against a country but it should reflect in our everyday life and work. Read my poem “Kargils” where Kargil stands for a challenge in life. Hindutva is a highly misinterpreted term today. My Hindutva is of Vivekananda on whom I did my Ph.D. and wrote a book as well. I am too old to fall into political gimmicks. Read More.
1. The Satirical Vision in Chhote Lal Khatri’s Poetry - Basavaraj Naikar
2. C.L. Khatri’s ‘Two-Minute Silence’: The Discourse Continues… - Sudhir K. Arora