Friday, October 16, 2020

The Bloomsbury Book of Great Indian Love Poems edited by Abhay K. is out now

 

The Bloomsbury Book of Great Indian Love Poems is out now and can be ordered here.  Great Indian Love Poems, selected and edited diligently by Abhay K., brings you the fragrant wine of Indian love poetry spread across three millennia, written in over two dozen languages by gifted poets like -Kalidasa, Mirabai,Bhratrihari, Jayadeva, Silhana, Surdas, Bihari, Muddupalani, Bhavabhuti, Venmaniputti, Vidyapati, Bilhana to just name a few.  This intoxicating book shows many facets of love-affectionate, playful, sensuous, erotic, unconditional, pining, aching, among others-leaving you with unforgettable experiences and lasting impressions. A must read for one and all.


Monday, January 28, 2019

World Literature Today features 100 Great Indian Poems among noted books from across the world

































Read the whole article at World Literature Today

Books of William Dalrymple and Abhay K. at the World Book Fair in Delhi


Abhay K. at the 30th edition of Cha com Letras in Brasilia


Abhay K. pays his respect to Stefen Zweig, a writer who dreamed of a world without borders



















Abhay K. paying respect to Stefan Zweig, a fellow writer, who dreamed of a world without borders, leaving Austria and settled in Petropolis, near Rio de Janeiro.

Italian literary magazine Margutte publishes Abhay K.'s poems in Italian translation






































Reputed Italian literary magazine Margutte publishes 5 of Abhay K.'s poems and an interview with him in Italian translation. More here

New Brazilian Poems: A Bilingual Anthology after Elizabeth Bishop, launched in Brasilia

Marcia Rollemburg, the first lady of Brasilia visits art exhibition of Abhay K.




Abhay K. pays homage to Brazilian writers and poets in Rio de Janeiro







Farewell given to Abhay K. by Ambassador Raul de Taunay and Maria Paula Taunay in Brasilia




One Planet: Opening of Art Exhibition by Abhay K. at the National Library in Brasilia






























The Eight-eyed Lord of Kathmandu spotted at Terminal 3 IGI Airport, New Delhi


















































You can get The Eight-eyed Lord of Kathmandu from here