Gita Mohanty’s Poetry: An Outcry of a Humanised Soul

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Dr. Mirza Sibtain Beg


Gita Mohanty is reckoned as a very stellar modern Indian poet residing in America. She is very intelligent, intriguing and intense human being, and her aesthetic attributes spurred me stoutly to write a paper on her poetry. She is an adjunct Biology professor in the U.S. A. She is a passionate poet with a primly and pellucid thoughts and progressive outlook. Poetry to her is an inner conversation with her soul. She is a humanist and radiates humanistic gestures of goodwill with her facile pen in the maze of her beautiful pieces of verse. She is a philanthropist and serves selflessly blind children and underprivileged in India. Her poetry reflects robustly her love for humanity, Indian ethos, Indian culture, Indian philosophy and pertinence of life nonchalantly. Despite living in a foreign country, she never sever ties with her motherland and always reminisces the liveliness of Indian culture and vibrancy of life found in the country. She is a prolific writer and relentlessly posts her poems on various literary fora: Global Literary Society, Motivational Strips, Atunis Poetry, and World Writers’ Web. The present paper, however, is a humble attempt to pry into her mind and art, and to present perspicuous appraisal of her poetry from biographic, thematic and spiritual perspective.


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Dr. Mirza Sibtain Beg. “Gita Mohanty’s Poetry: An Outcry of a Humanised Soul”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 5, no. 3, Aug. 2020, pp. 153-62, doi:10.53032/tcl.2020.5.3.21.


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