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PhD (Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 2011)
MA (English: Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 2008)
BA (English Hons.: Bhupendra Narayan Mandal University, Madhepura, Bihar 2006)
My field of interests includes Language studies, Indian Novels in English, Indian Mythology and Folklores. As a research scholar I have worked on Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri. The thesis emphasizes on the mythical interpretations in Savitri and their allegorical impact. Here I focus on revealing Savitri as a classic combination of vibrating poetry and self-realized spirituality. I have also worked with and published on the area of Indian Novel in English with a special focus on women novelists in the Indian Subcontinent and Folklore Studies.
Areas of Interest/ Research:
Language studies, Indian Novels in English, Indian Literature, Indian Mythology and Folklore Studies.
Language and Linguistics, Literary Theory and Criticism, Ancient Greek and Latin Literature in Translation, Twentieth Century Novel, Nineteenth Century Novel, European Comedy, The Novel in India, Indian Literature.
- Living Strategy in Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters and Namita Gokhale’s Gods, Graves and Grandmother: A Comparative Study, Nirmal Publications, Delhi, 2012. ISBN: 978-81-86400-203-6.
- Mythical Interpretations in Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri, Nirmal Publications, Delhi, 2012. ISBN: 978-8186400-204-4.
- Religious Boutique or Spiritual Laboratory? A Critical Study of Namita Gokhale’s Gods, Graves and Grandmother published in Anukriti (An International Peer Reviewed Refereed Research Journal), Vol. 11, No. 9, September 2021 ISSN : 2250-1193
- Visualization of the Urban Landscape in Sarnath Banerjee’s Corridor published in Shodh Drishti (An International Peer Reviewed Refereed Research Journal), Vol. 12, No. 11.1, November, 2021 ISSN : 0976-6650137
- Sohar in Magahi: The Celebration of the Beginning of Life published in International Research Journal of Commerce, Arts and Science Volume 12 Issue 10 ISSN 2319 – 9202 (Online)
- Female Subjectivity: A study of Manju Kapur’s select novels published in International Research Journal of Management, Sociology & Humanities Vol 12 Issue 8 ISSN 2277 – 9809 (online)
- The Representation of Nature in Magahi Folktales, published in Bhartiya Bhasha, Siksha, Sahitya evam Shodh, 11th Volume (Issue 6); ISSN 2321 –9726 (online)
- The Cautionary Voice in Allan Hollinghurst’s The Line of Beauty, published in International Research Journal of Management Sociology & Humanities, Volume 11th (Issue 10) ISSN 2277–9809 (0nline)
- Rasa in John Keats’ Lamia published in “The Interiors” (ed. Dr. Neeraj Kumar), ISSN: 2319-4804
- Religion, Violence and Politics in Tehmina Durrani’s Blasphemy; published in “The Interiors” (ed. Dr. Neeraj Kumar), ISSN: 2319-4804
- Radical Feminism in Bapsi Sidhwa’s Pakistani Bride; published in Readings (ed. Dr. Rizwan Khan), ISSN: 2277-8039 (Co-author: Dr. Santosh Chahar)
- Living Strategy in Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters; published in “Explorer” (ed. Dr. R.A. Singh) vol: XXXIX Summer-2012, ISSN: 09474-6757
- Folktales of Magadhanchal: Myths and Interpretation; published by Folklore: A Key To Cultural Understanding (ed. Swati Samantaray), ISBN: 978-93-89110-30-2
- Exploring Middle Classes in the novels of Manju Kapur; published in The Indian Novels in English (ed. Dr. P.K. Singh), ISBN: 978-93-82532-24-8