DIALOGUE The poetry of life cannot be confined in the walls of a classroom but does that mean that poetry should not be taught if children cannot be taken out to the open? Mahesh Rastogi
LITERARY CORNER Even in the over-crowded city, there is a possibility: a touch that gives birth to an extraordinary poem of subtle love.
WEEKLY DEBATE Poetic pieces about nature being taught in closed classrooms are a paradox of our education system that robs poetry of its beauty and the child of her imaginative power.
Poem by Amrita Pritam
LITERARY CORNER | Here is a poem The New Leam feels happy to share with its readers - a poem that arouses hope in human possibilities.
LITERARY CORNER Jibanananda Das was possibly the greatest Bengali poet in the post-Tagore generation. Here is a poem that takes us to the deeper layers of human consciousness filled with inexplicable longing, memory and nostalgia.
POEM / A poet sees; a poet feels. Beyond the dull social science discourse on the subaltern, here is a poem that takes us to the inner world of the circus boy.
POEM | The art of poetry enables the poet to dissolve into the rhythm of life and reveal insights that are meaningful and enriched. A young poet shares the magnificence of nature and the insignificance…
Poem We by Jayant Pathak
LITERARY CORNER Samar Sen and Shakti Chattopadhyay were gifted poets. With deep symbolism and brilliant use of metaphors, they take us to the deeper layers of human consciousness—its archetypes, its longing, its prayers.