Faddil Al Azzawi (b. 1940) is an Iraqi poet, novelist and literary critic. His works combine elements of prose and poetry together. He is a widely respected poet and literary figure who was jailed in 1963 by the Iraqi government. He now lives in Germany after going in exile. He believes that poetry separates falsehood from truth and the work of the poet is to break the mould. Some of his poems are translated here in Hindi.
Taha Muhammad Ali is a Palestinian poet. His poems reflect the poignancy of living in occupation and imbued with deep humanist values. Translation of his four poems into Hindi.
-Rajesh K. Jha You were a couple of millennia late, In crossing the Hindukush and Himalayas Otherwise, my friend, you were welcome with the Aryans. Why did you not, my brother, join the Caravan Of Huns, Shakas, Kushanas and others When they crossed the Indus, spread in the land? Sorry you are late and we... Continue Reading →