Drishti: the Sight

ISSN 2319-8281
Approved by UGC and enlisted in the UGC-CARE List in Arts and Humanities section.
About the Journal

National refereed Bi-annnual Research Journal in the disciplines of Arts and Humanities (English Literature, Assamese Literature, Folklore, Culture)

Chief Editor

Dr. Dipak Jyoti Baruah Professor, Department of English, Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankaradeva Viswavidyalaya (Assam)

Associate Editors

  • Dr. Manash Pratim Borah (Dept. of English, Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies: An Autonomous Body of the Ministry of Culture, GOI)
  • Dr. Nizara Hazarika (Dept. of English, Sonapur College, University of Gauhati)
  • Dr. Bhubaneswar Deka (Dept. of English, Pandu College, University of Gauhati)

Publisher

  • Rupjyoti Goswami

 

Announcement

Focus Area for the forthcoming May, 2022 Issue
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Volume X, Issue I May, 2021 - October, 2021

ISSN 2319-8281

Members of Advisory Body

  • Dr. Gayatree Bhattacharyya, Former Professor, Dept. of English, University of Gauhati
  • Dr. Dayananda Pathak, Former Principal, Pragjyotish College, Guwahati
  • Dr. Prabin Chandra Das, Former Head, Dept. of Folklore, University of Gauhati
  • Dr. Dwijen Sharma, Professor, Dept. of English, North Eastern Hill University (Tura Campus)
  • Dr. Bibhash Choudhury, Professor, Dept. of English, University of Gauhati
  • Dr. Kalikinkar Pattanayak, Former Associate Professor in English, Khallikote University, Odisha
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Issue II

Dr. Bashabi Fraser’s The Ramayana: A Stage Play and A Screen Play

Debapriti Sengupta Student of Bachelors in English, Sanskrit College and University, Kolkata (sdebapriti@gmail.com)   To condense an epic of 24000 verses into a limited sphere without causing any harm to the age old sentiments that is associated with it is not a very easy task. However, Professor Emerita Dr. Bashabi Fraser in her book The […]

Partition Trauma, Nostalgia and Rootlessness: A Reading of Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters

Dr. Dipak Kumar Doley Assistant Professor, Department of English, Dibrugarh University (dipakkumardoley@gmail.com) Abstract The violence of the Partition of India in 1947 is comprised not only of physical wounding but of psychological wounding as well. The different tales of memory, nostalgia and trauma remain embroiled not so much in the national discourse as in the […]