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Author of NINE, Poet, Translator, Columnist @The Hindu. Communications professional. Views expressed are my own.

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What a joy! https://t.co/VZ3MfyQqIn @alfpang ! Ridiculous
2/22
2020
@ranjithoskote 😄
2/20
2020
How many of you use gifs? https://t.co/ueS9qO95vm @manjushreethapa Cheers to that!
2/17
2020
Link. Just look at the photographs. From 2010. https://t.co/ZUY9RY1d16
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2/11
2020
@FilmHistoryPic Ilayaraja
2/10
2020
@asanyfuleknow @ranjithoskote @poetrywala 😬 @ranjithoskote @asanyfuleknow @poetrywala How did this go? 😊8. This Could Have Been Ramayan Chamar’s Tale – Subimal Misra (tr. V Ramaswamy) -Harper Perennial India Shortlist:… https://t.co/vivfUYOhB7
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2/5
2020
“When writers die they become books which is after all not too bad an incarnation.”    ~ Jorge Luis Borges Georg… https://t.co/bair5XNrem
Retweeted by Anupama Raju“Without translators we would live in arrogant parishes bordered by silence.” RIP George Steiner. https://t.co/4CHBYUXRLD
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2/4
2020
@ranjithoskote @asanyfuleknow @poetrywala Enjoy poetry !
2/3
2020
⁦@lemnsissay⁩, The Surreal McCoy and Tony Peake discussing identity at ⁦@mbifl2020⁩ this morning. Engaging and ente… https://t.co/8hlFyEGbgO @sridala Does it taste better when served chilled? I didn’t know what it meant till I looked it up. I know only the… https://t.co/WH6QS3wt2uHere’s a poem about the act of translation by Hungarian poet and doctor Zsuzsa Beney, translated by the great… https://t.co/cPY2oFFrdt
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2/1
2020
@sridala Thank you 😊It was such a pleasure to be in conversation with Arundhathi Subramaniam at @mbifl2020 today. The morning was a lot… https://t.co/Ju28iwVeWp
1/31
2020
@meenakandasamy Congratulations @meenakandasamy“Turning and turning in the widening gyre/The falcon cannot hear the falconer;/Things fall apart; the centre cannot… https://t.co/UCplIlZbbw
1/29
2020
I sleep among ravishing illusions and wake to their burden. Virginia Woolf (The Diary of Virginia) https://t.co/rLRBOz7J6R
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1/27
2020
Wow. This had me in goosebumps from start to finish. @rrobinson72 I can't wait to read your book. https://t.co/odGdCnjk6A
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1/26
2020
@sridala Oh you have no idea!
1/24
2020
We're all earning our stripes. Hang in there. #poem #translation https://t.co/k9luo5Xlln
Retweeted by Anupama RajuBest wishes for yet another spectacular edition! https://t.co/9ybsdGp3x6 @ranjithoskote @JaipurLitFest Have fun Ranjit! 😊 @PriyaChabria @poetrywala @sridala @roughghosts @aryanilm @dpanikkar @NamitaGokhale_ @ranjithoskotehttps://t.co/DuVCjAVznB
1/22
2020
Hungry! https://t.co/e3Z7PIh8Zu“You have to study poetry. It will teach you everything.” —Walter Mosley https://t.co/eclHgoiWW6
Retweeted by Anupama RajuRemembering all that my mom used to cook for me ... hope to visit her soon and taste my favourite dishes! This is a… https://t.co/HZRNyBnN5Hhttps://t.co/oEfLIQ635T
Retweeted by Anupama Raju @sridala For me they are a wonderful way to meet up with old writer friends! Especially since I live in Trivandrum,… https://t.co/n8pUNAnSeW
1/21
2020
Our emotions and empathy can help us advance in the age of the machines, as I say in my first column in… https://t.co/zlgSDBt6uE
1/20
2020
Waheeda Rahman is now a wildlife photographer in her 80s and her photos are astonishingly stunning https://t.co/koRVN9pSEK
Retweeted by Anupama RajuShades of purple in my garden https://t.co/j88qwgyY2V
1/19
2020
“...And if your stresses are sustained and daily,/get yourself to an empty room - be it hotel,/hostel or hovel - fi… https://t.co/sJl8nyzmhmTune in to Radio 3 tonight at 10pm to catch The Verb, with the inimitable Ian McMillan presenting a special version… https://t.co/Biha04YBXo
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1/18
2020
Mexican poet Mario Santiago Papasquiaro co-founded Infrarealism, the radical movement that resisted dominant cultur… https://t.co/a3BqnPb2fR
Retweeted by Anupama RajuTrust a cat to say this https://t.co/YmnNNMQZ6oBookshop deluged with orders after glum tweet. https://t.co/zOH8Qt0D2r
Retweeted by Anupama RajuI’d like to do something like this in India. Read one book in every state. https://t.co/AjCLhpxd8PSanjeev Kumar in Mausam... unforgettable and haunting https://t.co/Z7vdI2c4k7Kolkata, you will return to my tongue as I recall the taste of your mustard fish and Ghondoraj gol. Do visit my ima… https://t.co/zDpPQxBn4mLook forward to reading your new book @NamitaGokhale_ all the best for a great @JLFLitfest. I have fond memories from last yearTender chunks of beef, slow-roasted with aromatic spices, coconut pieces, and curry leaves. A recipe for the most c… https://t.co/tvYhjzZ8YN
Retweeted by Anupama Raju“I shall not live very long I do not wish to live/I shall take in the wondrous sight when the grain ripens/I have s… https://t.co/HpjhcUqlSd
1/16
2020
@manjushreethapa Going to be a while before I sing that song! Mais jusqu’a ce moment, felicitations!
1/15
2020
In more than 100 novels and short stories, #MahaswetaDevi wrote of tribal communities and Maoist rebels, prostitute… https://t.co/2sd7gp6jDN
Retweeted by Anupama Raju...and the winner of this year's T. S. Eliot Prize is Roger Robinson with 'A Portable Paradise', published by Peepa… https://t.co/ohuv46cM6h
Retweeted by Anupama Raju"Yesterday, I read They shot a thousand, unarmed people dead." Another poem from 'All poetry is protest'. https://t.co/O7BkNbJyCf
Retweeted by Anupama RajuFor anyone in need of some light today: “I wish I could show you,/when you are lonely or in darkness/the astonishin… https://t.co/1cOF13KBAQ.@stephenalter: "The Himalayas are full of scientific narratives; but there are also myths, legends and folktales i… https://t.co/Mjbhv3pChG
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1/14
2020
That’s my brother @aalaapraju presenting a remarkable medley of @arrahman hits with Rahul Nambiar and Ranjith! https://t.co/m5z85ZPvet
1/11
2020
Following the unpredictable turns and twists of this brilliant novel @BernardineEvari https://t.co/LpaIvC6RJz @NamitaGokhale_ Congratulations @NamitaGokhale_
1/10
2020
@manjushreethapa I’ve been making quinoa-barley dosas and curd-quinoa: quinoa is comfort food surprisingly!
1/9
2020
Dear friends, Do join us tomorrow for an evening of poetry and conversation with Asiya Zahoor and Sunit Tandon to… https://t.co/0M2bK0jpfA
Retweeted by Anupama RajuEven this late it happens: the coming of love, the coming of light... stars gather, dreams pour into your pillows,… https://t.co/lhNRot5S6Q
1/7
2020
@manjushreethapa Thanks and a very happy New Year to you and Daniel!
1/2
2020
Wishing everyone a joyous New Year and the beginning of a new decade filled with peace and fulfilment - and more poetry!
1/1
2019
Merry Christmas to all! https://t.co/FlGvDFiuSz
12/25
2019
@asanyfuleknow That’s so sweet
12/24
2019
This is intolerable. https://t.co/gItohPA1jq @alfpang I hope “sonneteers” will take note
12/23
2019
An insightful review by @sankarrad of a highly relevant book for our times - ‘Talking to Strangers’ by @Gladwell https://t.co/VdValHOiZh
12/21
2019
Always RT Faiz. https://t.co/zlH0Ci1Qi8
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12/17
2019
@alfpang I’ve quoted you in this. @theabhayk thanks for posting this! https://t.co/1ZSjnWzIu7What is servant leadership and how can we practise it? I discuss this in my column today https://t.co/WV246V3FlR
12/16
2019
😄 https://t.co/h397C7CypaA prescription for today and everyday. What poetry can do for a tired soul. https://t.co/7Zgm580t5M
12/15
2019
@ranjithoskote Congratulations dear @ranjithoskote
12/7
2019
The countdown has begun! We look forward to meeting you at our biggest conference ever - D3 2019 in 3 days. Don’t… https://t.co/ltx7BTSOL7
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12/2
2019
@poetrywala @KitabKhanaBooks @maniraopoem @PriyaChabria @anjalikpurohit @vinita65 @MenkaShivdasan1 @ranjithoskotehttps://t.co/eDbq3QnDQV
11/30
2019
Get ready for an engaging conference featuring meaningful discussions, inspiring speakers, engaging demonstrations… https://t.co/x65vy9Pq1l
Retweeted by Anupama Raju @sridala I take a break each time I write a para. Enjoy your holidays! 😀
11/28
2019
I’m a bit of an introvert but I also try to respect the opportunities I have to connect with the world around me. I… https://t.co/EVtQu5M9rDOur security personnel, janitors, taxi drivers , cafeteria staff, all are precious connections. And these connecti… https://t.co/hHqBHHMZ4Y
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11/18
2019
@sridala Take care!
11/13
2019
Misty morning. Dew that could show up as words elsewhere https://t.co/o9EFULeI8s @sridala Tuesday here started off misty, then sweaty under the sun, now preparing for a sunset that is eager to vis… https://t.co/hrCwW3m3P9
11/12
2019
@manjushreethapa Take care!
11/10
2019
It is beautiful https://t.co/Rlacu2YSsOCame across this on the Facebooks. Made me chortle. (Created by @DallasMullican) https://t.co/192L4GLjWX
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11/7
2019
'What thou art we know not; What is most like thee? From rainbow clouds there flow not Drops so bright to see As fr… https://t.co/kqTX5jyCco
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11/6
2019
@manjushreethapa Happy Diwali to you too, Manju!Nepal has the best festivals. 🐕 https://t.co/7XPZeRiumA
Retweeted by Anupama RajuMay words light up everyone’s life today and always - Happy Diwali all!
10/27
2019
@ranjithoskote @Twitter @asanyfuleknow 😀A @Twitter limerick! There was once a place called Twitter, where my heart did flutter. Then ev… https://t.co/8sCQXGUjSp
10/25
2019
Enjoyed an interactive session with the staff of @USTGlobal, one of the jewels of Thiruvananthapuram’s Technopark.… https://t.co/8mTxtHCPVI
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10/24
2019
Enjoyed writing this column for @TheHinduEdge especially using my garden as a metaphor for an enterprise. https://t.co/aLreDl902o
10/21
2019
“Well something’s lost but something’s gained in living every day ... I’ve looked at life from both sides now... it… https://t.co/nJ50r62HKA
10/19
2019
'I have been astonished that Men could die Martyrs for religion--I have shudder'd at it--I shudder no more--I could… https://t.co/7LmzjOuHDQ
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10/13
2019

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