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Aju Mukhopadhyay

Poet, essayist, feature and fiction writer (India)

Aju Mukhopadhyay, Pondicherry, India, is an award winning bilingual poet, author of fiction and non-fiction works and critic. He has authored 30 books and has received several poetry awards, besides other honours from India and abroad. Many of his works have been translated in Indian and foreign languages and anthologised. There are eight books which include discussions on his poetry. He has written essays on more than 40 scholarly books on literature and allied subjects like Nature and Environment. He has been in the editorial boards of some serious literary journals. He has participated in 30 national and international literary and tribal life conferences. A member of theResearch Board of Advisors of the American Biographical Institute, he has travelled across Asia, Europe, America and Africa.
Some of the important books written by him are:
Sri Aurobindo’s Ideal of Freedom and Human Unity (Essays), Sri Aurobindo: The Yogi of Divine Life (Philosophy and biography), The World of Sri Aurobindo’s Creative Literature (Literary), The Mother Of All Beings (Biograophy), The Witness Tree (Poems), In Celebration of Nature (Poems), The Paper Boat (Poems), Insect’s Nest and Other Poems (Poems), The Moments of Life (Short Stories), In Train (novel)