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Love Rupi Kaur's poems? Then you will surely love this accessory collection hand-made by two sisters from Hyderabad

Rupi Kaur, her poems and the accompanying illustrations — they all have a separate fan base of their own. And if you like them, then you will certainly like The Mehran Collection's latest offering

Published on 12th May 2021
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Noted Kannada poet N S Lakshminarayana Bhatta no more 

Bhatta has been household name through his bhavageetes (lyrical poems), and is known for his contribution of modern Kannada poetry, critical works and translations

Published on 6th March 2021
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Here's how this 25-year-old from B'luru is documenting his everyday experiences with #1000daysofpoetry

Writing poetry regularly means running out of ideas to write about. Angshuman tells us how he invokes inspiration to write every day

Published on 24th February 2021
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How this 16-year-old's poetry book will help uplift the transgender community in Delhi

A 16-year-old poet and author from Gurugram, Saranya Bhattacharjya shares why she had the idea of compiling her poems into a book and how that will help the transgender community

Published on 23rd February 2021
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Why this Bengaluru poet feels there should be more platforms for poetry in regional languages

Poornima Laxmeshwar, a poet from Bengaluru speaks about getting her poems published in famous e-journals, literary websites and why regional poetry must be given the importance 

Published on 24th January 2021
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Want my book to reach to people who don't read poems: Arun Kumar on 'Mantram Beach' 

The book, published a decade later after his first book of poems "Plain Truths", explores observations of the unusual in the usual, he said

Published on 11th December 2020
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Why you should follow @hungover.hamlet on Insta to read his poems featuring anti-war sentiments

Nilesh Mondal's poems are simple yet profound. They leave an impact on the readers' minds and make them wonder. We find out how

Published on 25th September 2020
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The poet in Narendra Modi emerges in 'Letters to Mother' 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi 's collection of poems, published as "Letters to Mother" by HarperCollins which will be released in June and is available for pre-order on e-com websites

Published on 28th May 2020
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Bookosmia is providing a platform for kids to express themselves during lockdown. Here's how 

Nidhi Mishra, Founder of Bookosmia, speaks about their new initiative 'Gratitude during COVID' that allows children to express themselves through poems and essays which are later posted on website

Published on 11th May 2020
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Delhi joins students at Jamia, Shaheen Bagh to welcome 2020 with Azadi Slogans

The people who had gathered outside the university ushered in the new year by singing the National Anthem. Students sang songs of protests, recited poems and spoke about their struggle

Published on 1st January 2020
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Why Bengali poet Suman Sadhu is talking love, gender and politics in his latest anthology

The poems address the taboo associated with being a part of the community that is considered to be a fringe of the society. Suman wants to be their voice  

Published on 18th September 2019
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This literary club in Bengaluru is working to introduce old and new poets in Hindi and Urdu literature

Anjuman Literary Club is famous in Bengaluru and many new poets join the sessions to recite their poems

Published on 12th August 2019
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How this 31-year-old from Cuttack is spreading happiness through her events and counselling sessions

Sporadically and in association with YourQuote, Rinku puts out short videos on social media, reciting one of her motivational poems

Published on 11th January 2019
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Alok Amit Abhilash's 'Her Name is Imagination' is a collection of 23 poems written in simple language

The process of writing poems was fairly easy and beautiful, says Alok. The book has been published by Notion Press

Published on 27th October 2018
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97 Not Out: Why Terribly Tiny Tales' latest book never hit that century

Internet sensation Terribly Tiny Tales is back with their second book, ninety-seven poems and the founders, Anuj Gosalia and Chintan Ruparel, tell Seema Rajpal why it has exactly 97 poems and not 4000

Published on 30th July 2018

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