Khetarpal’s Voice of Poetry Defends Indian Culture and Its Glory

  • Dr Shujaat Hussain
Keywords: Dr Shujaat Hussain, online English research journal, research papers publisher, UGC approved journal

Abstract

Milton’s characters, most of them, lie out of nature and were to be formed purely by his own inventions. It shows greater genius in Dr Dalip Khetarpal to have drawn his characters upon prevalent culture and own observations. Readers enjoy exploration and description while literary critics describe it as a monumental fact of Indian history of English Poetry. This paper explores Dalip’s talent of establishing relevance, value and importance of his drawn characters on perfect reasoning rather than arguments.

References

1. Khetarpal, Dalip. Refractions. The Poetry Society of India, Gurgaon, 2016.
2. ... Fathoming Infinity. The Poetry Society of India, Gurgaon, 2015.
3. ... Refractions. The Poetry Society of India, Gurgaon, 2016.
4. … Sculptured Psyche. The Poetry Society of India, Gurgaon, 2017.
5. … Weird Musings. Global Fraternity of Poets, Gurugram, 2018.
Published
2019-08-05
How to Cite
Hussain, D. S. “Khetarpal’s Voice of Poetry Defends Indian Culture and Its Glory”. Contemporary Literary Review India, Vol. 6, no. 3, Aug. 2019, pp. 40-58, http://literaryjournal.in/index.php/clri/article/view/416.
Section
Research Papers