Prof. Vijay Vishal from Baijnath (but a native of Amritsar, Punjab) , Himachal Pradesh comments on the collection The Saga of The Dark Daughter by Bijay Kant Dubey
Dear Dr. B.K. Dubey,
Enjoyed reading your rich harvest of poems which should appear in book form which I am sure, you must be contemplating.
The compositions are flurries of feelings, ripples of emotions, flights of imaginations and strides of intellect. They stir up the mind, heart and soul.
A good poem rings an old bell in the psyche of the reader. It inspires and motivates. This quality is manifested well in your poetic pieces. There is variety and freshness which binds the reader from first to last.
My best wishes.
Thanks for making me the subject of your lovely poems.
Kindly confirm receipt of the packet of books.
Prof Charu Sheel Singh, Mahatma Gadhi Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi comments in his letter, dated 22.10.02:
Dear Dr Dubey,
Your kind gifts reached me the other day. I enjoyed reading My Bengali Wife. It is a happy blend of reminiscence, experience gotten and begotten and a loving-to-die and dying-to-love and live relationship. The form used is encompassing and the relative lack of organization is explanatory of like itself. Figures of speech continue to play hide and seek game. Well done!
Your thesis on D.H.Lawrence excels in the art of conceptualization. should think it is an unpretentious study which contains much information for the one already much informed.
Your book on interviews is a major effort in the making that others should emulate. Sometimes, the subaltern is the main lantern I am sure, through your filtering eye, gems of poetry will distill themselves out and write a saga of sort.
In this book, the first poem which has the same heading as the book, presents Bamiyan Buddha as seen in his numerous aspects by the poet.. It contains the poet's effusions on Bamiyan Buddhas in different situations.
My Brief Poems is a picture of the mean atmosphere of immortality in Bihar. Indian Democracy is a Portrayal of the utter chaos prevalent in the society under democratic government.. The overwhelming effect of sensual love on the lower level brought out strikingly in Dev Das
- - Prof.Maha Nand Sharma, Meerut