Indian literature

Not lost in translation

Geeta Padmanabha – AUGUST 24, 2019 Some universities in Tamil Nadu are introducing courses on Indian literature in translation; textbooks are also being developed, looking at rich layered pieces chosen from local languages If you said “What!” at the end of Guy de Maupassant’s The Necklace, followed the adventures of The Three Musketeers and buried your nose in Tagore’s Geetanjali, …

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‘Unity, diversity are two sides of Indian literature’

NAGPUR: Indian literature thrives on principles of unity in diversity and the biggest example of it are our various religious scriptures. We don’t consider diversity and unity to be different. In fact, they are two sides of the same coin, said Indranath Choudhari, a noted thinker and professor of comparative studies at Delhi University, on …

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