A Current of Blood

A Current of Blood Vigorous high voltage bruising poetry on the festering innards of Mumbai There is a tough and unsentimental quality to Dhasal s vision that crackles with both rage and compassion The Hindu

  • Title: A Current of Blood
  • Author: Namdeo Dhasal Dilip Chitre
  • ISBN: 9788189059385
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Paperback
  • Vigorous, high voltage, bruising poetry on the festering innards of Mumbai There is a tough and unsentimental quality to Dhasal s vision that crackles with both rage and compassion The Hindu

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    1. Namdeo Dhasal Dilip Chitre

      Namdeo Laxman Dhasal is a Marathi writer and Dalit activist from Maharashtra, India.Poetry1 Golpitha 1973 2 Tuhi Iyatta Kanchi3 Khel4 Moorkh Mhataryane5 Priya Darshini6 Ya Sattet Jiv Ramat Nahi7 Gandu Bagichha8 Mi Marale Suryachya Rathache Sat Ghode9 Tuze Boat Dharoon Mi Chalalo Ahe10 Dilip Chitre translated a selection of Dhasal s poems into English under the title Namdeo Dhasal Poet of the Underworld, Poems 1972 2006ProseAmbedkari Chalwal 1981 Andhale Shatak 1997 Hadki HadavalaUjedachi Kali DuniaSarva Kahi SamashtisathiBuddha Dharma Kahi Shesh PrashnaAwards and honorsDhasal received Soviet Land Nehru Award 1974 for Golpitha.He received the Maharashtra State Award for literature in 1973, 1974, 1982, and 1983 and Padma Shri award for literature from the Government of India in 1999.In 2004, he received Sahitya Akademi s Golden Life Time Achievement Award

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    1. A Current of Blood by Namdeo Dhasal, Dalit writer and activist. What an explosive book of poetry. It is abounding in justified anger and indignation, tempered with a failing sympathy for humankind, and an undercurrent of a quiet hope for a new-human, free of prejudices. What is also particularly charming is how time and again his eyes turn reverentially turned towards the giant of a man that was B.R. Ambedkar, asking for forgiveness for idolizing him, "he who detested idolatry".I have a hard tim [...]


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