Chandrakant Kaluram Mhatre

Chandrakant Kaluram Mhatre is a bilingual poet from Maharashtra State of India, writing in English as well as his mother-tongue Marathi. He is a translator of Marathi literature into English and is also a keen researcher of folk culture, language and literature. He teaches English language and literature to undergrads in a Mumbai college and is a native of Navi Mumbai.

Author Biography

Chandrakant Kaluram Mhatre is a bilingual poet from Maharashtra State of India, writing in English as well as his mother-tongue Marathi. He is a translator of Marathi literature into English and is also a keen researcher of folk culture, language and literature. He teaches English language and literature to undergrads in a Mumbai college and is a native of Navi Mumbai.

Books by Chandrakant Kaluram Mhatre

Crumbs of Me: A Haiku Collection

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This collection of haikus explores the endless possibilities that this ever popular poetry form offers. The range of the subjects that appear in this small collection encompasses the human existence in its entirety. At the same time, the poet manages to give a new twist to the age old form of haiku. An exploration worth venturing!

One Hundred Poems of CHOKHA MELA

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Expressions of the Human Soul that dares to aspire against their 'lot'! Chokha Mela was a thirteenth century Saint-poet from India who rose to become one of the most revered saint despite being born an outcaste and one of the most accomplished poets despite being deprived of education. His poems happen to be one of the first and foremost voices against the caste/class/racial/discrimination in World Literature.

One Hundred Poems of Tukaram

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A collection of selected poems of Tukaram, the greatest poet from India. Though written in the seventeenth century, Tukaram's poetry hold its relevance in our own twenty-first century that is facing so many self-created evils! These poems will heal your bruised mind with their spiritual touch and at the same time enrich it with their worldly wisdom! Much needed fine balance indeed!!!