GUNAHO KA DEVTA by Dharmveer Bharti A Fabulous love story and a master piece of Hindi Literature. This book is like magic! No matter how much you try. साहित्य के नोबेल पुरस्कार से सम्मानित रवींद्रनाथ टैगोर की 'गीतांजलि' लघु का विराट के साथ शाश्वत एवं कालजयी संवाद. Rabindranath Tagore ( ), is to the Indian subcontinent what Shakespeare is to the English-speaking world. A poet, playwright, painter, and educator.

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Will our narrator ever actually see and understand who her mother truly is? Sunaina said that mai was an example for her of what not to be.

Which is sad, because mai had a strength of character that allowed her to survive and even prosper to an extent in what surely was not the life she would have chosen for herself.

And she was much more in control of things than the daughter could ever see. But then, mothers and daughters rarely truly understand each other. And for many daughters, a mother is someone to escape from in order to live life as they choose, not as the mother chooses.

At some point in all mother-daughter relationships, each woman needs to see the other as a person on her own. Before our mothers were mothers, they were whole people all by themselves. We did not make them complete, we just made them mothers. How did our arrival change their lives? What sacrifices did they make for us? There is a 44 page afterword here, but there is no notation about who wrote it.

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I am guessing it was the translator. She chose to be called by her mother This is not so surprising as it may seem, since the novel investigates the condition of the postcolonial individual through a poetics of dis-location and self- translation in the age of globalisation 1. Our article examines how the novel proposes a new eco poetics of identity that represents the self as a mutable, hybrid entity crossing boundaries and blossoming in liminal locations, thus overcoming some of the contradictions of modernity — if only provisionally and tentatively.

Thus, the text exposes the rigid system that frames women within domestic confines but in doing so, advocates for borderline sites where female agency and creativity manifest themselves.

Outlining these liminal locations where new forms of being and linguistic identities come to be cultivated is the primary purpose of this article. Ashcroft et al. Europe was established as the vantage point from which the rest of the world was viewed mastered, controlled, ruled over , the superiority of the metropolitan centre over the colonial peripheries being established through a complex nexus of power and knowledge.


In literary studies, Euro-centrism or any centrism for that matter is often masked by notions of authoritative interpretation and methodology claiming universal applicability and relevance. But like any act of travel, theory begins and ends somewhere.

In the case of the Greek theorist the beginning and ending were one, the home polis. This is not so simply true of traveling theorists in the late twentieth century. Bhabha, The Location of Culture, p.

Cultivating In-Betweenness 6Cultural translation designates the process of transformation, linguistic and otherwise, that takes place when we move from one cultural environment to another. Susan Bassnett has stressed the productive links between translation studies and postcolonial theory, and noted that the globalization of translation as involving intercultural communication and exchanges well beyond Europe and the West raises issues of power, cultural domination and influence.

Because the processes of globalization notably destabilize fixed notions of gendered identity, traditional structures and dominant values, as well as naturalized national, linguistic and cultural boundaries, translation takes on many forms and transgressive varieties. Rushdie, The Satanic Verses, p. Rushdie, Imaginary Homelands, p.

Having been borne across the world, we are translated men. Mai arguably thematizes and enacts the spatial metaphor of in-betweenness in the plot as much as in the writing itself. The novel takes on new resonances in English, including the relationship between mother and daughter in which language plays a significant part more about this below. Furthermore, Nita Kumar herself was troubled by the idea of translating the novel in the former language of empire, as she explains in the afterword to the English edition.

To address the unease of mediating the text to Anglophone readers, she deliberately uses English as an Indian language interspersed with words and phrases in Hindi and Bengali to inscribe linguistic and cultural difference from the prescribed norm. Kumar does not evade the contradictions and paradoxes of her own position as a privileged cosmopolitan intellectual, either. And equally insoluble.

But they also recognize that it is their absence that made the novel possible, let alone its translation.

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The complex interrelationship between mother and daughter, author and translator, Hindi and English, therefore remains an open question, and one which resists a finalized solution. Hindi also borrows from English vocabulary besides Sanskrit, Urdu, and other Indian languages, and Geetanjali Shree makes sure to reflect this inherent hybridity in her writing style.

Conversely, English is multi-layered, and as a formerly colonial and now global language is shot through with borrowings from the many languages of India. In her translation, Nita Kumar also emphasizes the constitutive hybridity of the English language, especially as it is used in the Indian context. Take writers like me. Bilingual from childhood in a formerly colonized and now formally decolonized part of the world.

It is no ordinary bilingualism. It is not about to-ing and fro-ing from one language to another […] it is about to-ing and fro-ing between one mixed, hotchpotch, khichdi language to another mixed, hotchpotch, khichdi language! English-Hindi-dialects mix to dialects-Hindi-English mix!

It is there that inspiration sparks, and from it creativity arises. This is the site where the inarticulate meet the articulate, where one language meets another, where translation of all kinds occurs. A fluid site […] Thank you so much, blessings, Kimberly.

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I love India.The circuitous route of art, theatre and literature can create an ambience receptive to other voices and ideas. While the Japanese audience responded enthusiastically, Kuo Pao Kun himself liked her adaptation as an exercise in transcreation.

Aankh Ki Kirkiri Hindi. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. She read it by chance — a colleague of hers lent it to her — and she wrote to me asking if it had been translated, and could she?

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