Kedarnath Singh

Kedarnath Singh is a prominent Hindi poet, critic, and essayist. He received India’s highest literary honor, the Jananpith Award, in 2014, and the Sahitya Academy Award in 1989 for his poetry collection Akaal Mein Saras (Cranes in a drought). He is also the recipient of the Kumaran Aashan Award and Vyas Award. His anthologies include Srishti Par Pahra, Abhi Bilkul Abhi, Zameen Pak Rahi Hai, Yahan se Dekho, Akaal Mein Saaras, Baagh,Tolstoy aur Cycle, and others.

  • Mike Prince, “Black Drongo at Sunrise,” October 7, 2015
    July 24, 2017 | Kedarnath Singh
    Mike Prince, “Black Drongo at Sunrise,” October 7, 2015 Where Would I Go Where would I goI shall only stay here, like a handprinton a doorjust to be there, I’ll be hidden inthe smell of a suitcases...

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