The Poetry of Armando Menezes– Chief Features

The Poetry of Armando Menezes– Chief Features Armando Menezes (1902-?) was a minor Indian poet who wrote in English. He was a poet who is hard to include in any distinctive group or school of poets or poetry because he wrote poems on trifling. The opening of his poems seems to be a child’s frolic; […]

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The Poetry of Nirodbaran– Chief Features

The Poetry of Nirodbaran– Chief Features Nirodbaran is an Indo-Anglian minor poet. He is basically a mystic poet because like his previous poets  Swami Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo and Nizamat Jung mystic note play an important role almost in his best poems. Like a mystic, he believes in the existence and immortality of tri-souls- human soul, […]

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The Poetry of Govinda Krishna Chettur– Chief Features

The Poetry of Govinda Krishna Chettur– Chief Features Govinda Krishna Chettur (1898-1936) was a minor Indo-Anglian poet. As a poet, he is metaphysical as well as romantic because both elements are present in his poetry. Love to his beloved, love to Nature and love to God are the main themes of his poetry. Poems dealing […]

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The Poetry of Harindranath Chattopadhaya– Chief Features

The Poetry of Harindranath Chattopadhaya– Chief Features Harindranath Chattopadhaya (1898-?) was a major Indo- Anglian poet of the twentieth century. Thematically and stylistically his poetry is something different and special in the whole range of Indo- Anglian poetry. His poetic career occupied a long span of time and he had published about twenty books of […]

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The Poetry of Sarojini Naidu– Chief Features

The Poetry of Sarojini Naidu– Chief Features Sarojini Naidu (1879-1949) was a versatile woman personality of twentieth-century India. She was a highly cultured woman, a freedom fighter, a theosophist and a poetess. As a poetess, she, after Toru Dutt, was a great Indo-Anglian career. She is especially a romantic poetess. The themes and imageries of […]

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The Poetry of Nizamat Jung– Chief Features

The Poetry of Nizamat Jung– Chief Features Nizamat Jung (1871- ?) was a major Indo- Anglian poet with a difference. His poems are mainly religious in which mystic notes predominate and it is the main thematic characteristics of his poetry. His mystic poems are romantic in treatment like that of William Blake. A mystic is […]

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The Poetry of Sri Aurobindo Ghose– Chief Features

The Poetry of Sri Aurobindo Ghose– Chief Features Sri Aurobindo Ghose (1872- 1950) was a versatile personality of India. He was a scholar, a sage, a revolutionary, a religious teacher, a philosopher and above all a great writer. As a writer, he was a playwright and a prolific poet. As a poet, he was from […]

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The Poetry of Manmohan Ghose– Chief Features

The Poetry of Manmohan Ghose– Chief Features Manmohan Ghose (1869- 1924) was an Indo- Anglian poet. He came off an educated cultured Bengali family. He along with his younger brother Sri Aurobindo Ghose took his study at Manchester and London. He began to practise poetry at an early age. As a poet, he was greatly […]

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The Poetry of Swami Vivekananda– Chief Features

The Poetry of Swami Vivekananda– Chief Features Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902) was a scholar, a sage, a preacher, a thinker and above all a poet. As a poet, he was religious, philosophical, spiritual, and above all mystical. He both as a man and as a poet was a consummate Hindu. The Hindu scriptures shaped both his […]

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The Poetry of Brajendranath Seal– Chief Features

The Poetry of Brajendranath Seal– Chief Features Brajendranath Seal (1864- 1938) was a major Indo-Anglian poet of the late nineteenth century and of the first four decades of the twentieth century. He wrote two poetry books -‘The Tales of Ind and Other Poems’ and ‘The Quest Eternal’ which have established him as a major poet. […]

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