About Us

The journal is a platform where the possibility of bringing the intrinsic reverberations extracting its throbs from the milieu all around to the extent of maximum potency is uncompromisingly materialized. The journal gives an open firmament to the ideational maxims feasible to uplift the literary sensibility and anthropological acumen of the world we inhabit and endeavor at cementing the unflinching edifice for it. The journal, thus, publishes critically examined and scholarly wrought out writings, interviews, book reviews on literatures emerged or emerging from across the globe.The quality consciousness is of the prime significance this journal takes supremely cognizance of and works on fully open access philosophy.

Research Articles

Bidisha Pal (Guest Lecturer in English in Srikrishna College, Bagula, Nadia and Rishi Bankimchandra College for Women, Naihati, North 24 Paraganas.)
Womanizing Nature or Naturalizing Femininity: An Ecofeminist Reading of ‘Nectar in a Sieve’

Dewchandra Subba (Assistant Professor, Department of Nepali, School of Languages and Literature, Sikkim University)
Green Spirituality

Mrs. L. Srividya (PhD Research Scholar)
Dr. V. Umadevi (Assistant Professor, Dept of English, Government Arts College, Coimbatore-641018)
Man-Nature Relationship in Ruskin Bond’s Sequel Novels

M. Marimuthu (PhD Research Scholar, PG Dept & Research Centre in Alagappa Govt. Arts, Kara0ikudi – 630003)
Struggle for Ecological Justice: A Study of Ecocentric Myths in the Works of Sarah Joseph

Dr. Santosh Kumar (Lecturer in English, GIC, Anapara, Sonbhadra, UP)
Pure Heart as Real Oblation of Yajna: A Critique of Girish Karnad’s ‘ The Fire and the Rain’

Raj Kumar Mishra (D.Phil. from the University of Allahabad)
Dislocating Anthropocentrism: R. K. Narayan’s ‘A Tiger for Malgudi’

Dr. Vipin K Sharma (English Language Center, Jazan University, Jazan, KSA)
Quintessence of Ecocriticism in Emerson’s Works