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    Atal Bihari Vajpayee: A poet who inspired people through his poetries

    New York: THERE are two Ps — Poetry and Politics – that Prime Minister Atal Bihari indulged in with consummate ease. One is by choice and the other by profession. Yet it is amazing how he was able to blend these apparently inconsistent faculties. Perhaps it was the innate poet in him that made him the fine politician-gentleman that he was.

  • Indore: World Poetry Day: Speak, for your tongue is free

    Indore: From initiating heart-warming feelings to starting revolutionary dialogues, poetry’s powerful impact on human psyche still inspires poets to continue penning their feelings.

  • TEDx Gateway 2018: Anuj Kumbhat on his passion for poetry and the Spoken Word

    The rising popularity of spoken word poetry is giving a voice to artistes like Anuj Kumbhat, 26-year old who shifted to Mumbai from Kolkata to pursue a career in the corporate sector. And then he discovered spoken word and fell in love with it. Due to its immediacy and direct rapport with its audience, this type of poetry often contains references to current events and issues relevant to a contemporary audience. He

  • Indore: A tormented life in poetry and song

    Indore: The extraordinary story is of an ordinary student, who rather derived strength from the taunts of his daunting teachers during his school life and went on to become a musician of his own kind. Fighting all the odds, the boy explored his artistic inspiration in Indore.

  • Bhopal: The creative bug drives these youngsters

    BHOPAL: “Poetry can be dangerous, especially beautiful poetry, because it gives the illusion of having had the experience without actually going through it.” – Rumi.

  • ‘Create Stories Khwabon Wali’ revives memories

    Indore: Exquisite forms of words that transmit wisdom in sweet rhythm form poetry, exposure to this beauty of words reduces and often vanishes in adulthood, but it stays intact in childhood. Learning from poems, kids are always in bliss.

  • Voice of dissent by Malayalam poet at Sahitya Akademi fest

    New Delhi : It was another facepalm moment for the Sahitya Akademi when Malayalam poet Anwar Ali spoke his mind at the All India Poetry Festival here on the growing intolerance in the country on Friday. The day-long festival was organised jointly by the Sahitya Akademi and the culture ministry of Culture to promote poetry in all the country’s 24 recognised languages, reports IANS.

  • Banabhatta: The great Sanskrit poet

    He, it is learnt, used to use clear demarcation between the Brahmins of the society and the rest of the general public, writes Meera S. Sashital.