The Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature, compiled by eminent Odia scholars, is a comprehensive guide to the rich and diverse literary landscapes of India. Originally published in 1987, it remains an invaluable resource for students, researchers, and enthusiasts of Indian literature, both in India and abroad.
The book covers a wide range of literature, from ancient texts and epics to modern novels and plays, written in over 20 languages across India. What’s remarkable about this encyclopaedia is that it includes not only the well-known works but also lesser-known and regional literature that may have been overlooked by mainstream literary criticism.
Each entry provides a detailed background of the author and their works, along with a summary of the literary style, themes, and critical analysis. The encyclopaedia also includes a helpful glossary of literary terms and a bibliography for further reading.
Overall, the Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature is an essential addition to the bookshelves of anyone interested in the rich literary tradition of India. It demonstrates the depth and breadth of the Indian literary landscape and serves as a testament to the country’s rich cultural heritage
|Books name||Encyclopaedia Of Indian Literature|
|No Of pages||165|