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Dec.  2015 issue of Taj Mahal Review  VOL. 14 NUMBER 2 DEC. 2015

Edited by: Dr. Santosh Kumar  Binding: Paperback (pp:  217) 
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isher: Cyberwit.net, India                 Contributors

Happy New Year. I pray to the Almighty Lord the New Year 2016 brings joy, peace and prosperity in the world. I am highly grateful to all poets, short story writers and creative artists included in this latest issue of Taj Mahal Review. This Dec 2015 issue is an attempt to select the best of contemporary world poetry, haiku, book reviews and several other attractive features. No doubt, reading, composing, and enjoying poetry is a great past time. Wallace Stevens aptly says that a poet is “a metaphysician in the dark” and his poem “the act of the mind.” But he further adds that the poem must
Be the finding of a satisfaction, and may
Be of a man skating, a woman dancing, a woman
Combing.

Svetlana Alexievich wins 2015 Nobel prize in literature. Swedish Academy admired Belarusian writer’s work ‘for her polyphonic writings, a monument to suffering in our time’. Warmest congratulations Svetlana Alexievich. I express my gratitude and thanks to all artists and poets included in this edition. There is no doubt that without their cooperation and genuine help it is not possible to publish TMR Dec 2015. Happy New Year. Best Wishes...

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June  2015 issue of Taj Mahal Review  VOL. 14 NUMBER 1 JUNE 2015

An International Literary Journal (27th Issue)

 

Edited by: Dr. Santosh Kumar  Binding: Paperback (pp:  167)
Publ
isher: Cyberwit.net, India 
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The June 2015 issue of TMR features some of the best contemporary poems by the international poets. This edition also includes short stories, haiku by the poets across the globe, artwork, book reviews and many other attractive features. We receive an increasingly large number of poems from across the country, and around the world. The most important criteria for publishing the international artists in the Taj Mahal Review is the quality of their work. This is of great help in increasing the reputation of the journal in literary circles.
Great poets all over the world always try to transmute their pains and sufferings into the great vision of love and brotherhood. Søren Kierkegaard aptly remarks: “A poet is an unhappy being whose heart is torn by secret sufferings, but whose lips are so strangely formed that when the sighs and the cries escape them, they sound like beautiful music and then people crowd about the poet and say to him: “Sing for us soon again”.
The fact is that the sufferings and “the unalleviated anguish of the marrow” should never be considered as the poet’s weakness. T.S. Eliot made the most appropriate comment about Pascal that his despair and disillusion are “the analogue of the drought, the dark night, which is an essential stage in the progress of the Christian mystic”.
I am quite grateful to all the creative artists who submitted their fiction, nonfiction, and original artwork for publication in this latest issue of the biannual journal Taj Mahal Review. Many thanks for your tremendous support and cooperation.

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Dec. 2014 issue of Taj Mahal Review

An International Literary Journal (26th Issue)

Edited by: Dr. Santosh Kumar  Binding: Paperback (pp:  167)  Publisher: Cyberwit.net, India                             Contributors

Happy New Year. I wish the New Year brings joy, peace and prosperity in the world. I am full of deep gratitude to all poets and creative artists included in this latest issue of Taj Mahal Review. In this Dec 2014 issue I have done my utmost to include brilliant contemporary artwork, modern and postmodern poems, haiku, book reviews and many other attractive features. No doubt, Poetry is more than “the spontaneous outflow of powerful feelings.” Allen Ginsberg aptly remarks: “Poetry is the one place where people can speak their original human mind. It is the outlet for people to say in public what is known in private.”
I express my sincere thanks to all artists and authors included in this edition. I also acknowledge with thanks the significant support from these creative artists and seek their continued help in the days ahead. My New Year Greetings again for you and your family members. Warmest Regards.

   SANTOSH KUMAR

Editor

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