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Dilip Chitre

Anuvad, Tarjuma, Bhashantar, Rupantar, Teeka, Vivartnam: The Story Of Indian Translations

Anuvad, Tarjuma, Bhashantar, Rupantar, Teeka, Vivartnam: The Story Of Indian Translations

To deliberately misquote Dilip Chitre’s poem Lost Images, a lifetime is not enough to realise what it means to be a translator

10 June 2022
For Good And For Verse: What The Booker Prize Can Do For Indian Poetry

For Good And For Verse: What The Booker Prize Can Do For Indian Poetry

A Bitter-Sweet Experience in the World of Literary Translations: In the global Anglophone market, only the novel and big non-fiction travel. Our best poetry...

10 June 2022

Seven Poems

'A human being shouldn’t become so spotless/ One should leave a few stains on one’s shirt / One should carry on oneself a little bit of sin'

The Unmonumental Chitre

The Unmonumental Chitre

Making sense of the work and life of a man who went against many conventional notions of what literature is, who is a writer, and how a writer should conduct...

03 February 2022

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