Keki Daruwalla (1937 - / Lahore / British India (Pakistan))
Keki Nasserwanji Daruwalla (Keki N. Daruwalla or Keki Daruwalla) is a major Indian poet and short story writer in English language. He has written over 12 books and published his first novel "For Pepper and Christ" in 2009. He is also a former IPS officer, who retired as Additional Director in the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
He was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award, in 1984 for his poetry collection, "The Keeper of the Dead", by the Sahitya Akademi, India's National Academy of Letters.
Early Life and Education
Keki Nasserwanji Daruwalla was born in 1937, in Loni, Burhanpur (now in loni, burhanpur), in 1937. His father N.C. Daruwalla, was an ... more »
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- A Take-off on a Passing Remark
- AL-AZHAR Lecture
- Alexander Crosses The Hellespont
- Before The Word
- Notes From The Underground
- Sappho To Aphrodite
- Suddenly the Tree
- The Poseidonians
- Underwater Notes