You are a humorist, that is why I like to share with you. I like your humours and these keep me in good spirits. I feel refreshed when I talk to you. Your poem on Khoka reminds me personally of my own members. Such a character is readily available and we feel entertained after finding similarities. It is amusing indeed. The poem on the Alsatian dog and the Indian English poet too is a very amusing one. You are a poet of a vaster range and acquaintance. Your world is very vast. You have miles and miles to go which I shall not live to see and I am sure you will not need anyone’s support. You will go on your own. I am presently working on a sequel to Rimi. The book Rimi: An Endless Poetry is the work.
Your article on contemporary Indian English poetry is the lead article. It is not only the history of English poetry in India, but of Indian history, art, culture, society, manner, trend and tradition, a juxtaposition of both. I do not know anyone who knows more in India nor have I met anyone of such a merit. Why do you keep in hiding? Come to light. Why are so shy and latent? None could ever write before; none has even now. I do not see anyone of your merit and personality though I know many of the reputed poets of India. How could you know about so many titles, books and authors? Indian English poetry made a start before the evolution of the modern languages, but failed to develop. Your article is a history of the whole body of poetry right from the first quarter of the nineteenth century to the present times literally not, but culturally and traditionally. How do you know so much of that? You are so immaculate and miraculous too. It is amazing, amazing to know you. It is a wonderful article and it contains in many things of the past and present. You are a very powerful writer of verse.
- - Pronab Kumar Majumder, Editor, Bridge-in-Making, Lake Town, Kolkata,17.11.2014
You are a humorist, a great humorist.Why do you keep yourself in the hide when so many are trying to come to the front? But you keep yourself behind the crowd. You are a great writer. You do not need any one's support. You will come to the fore on your own effort. Whenever I talk to you, I get delighted. I smile to hear you. Your poem, O Old, Give Me Your Prominent French-cut Beard! is one such.
- - Pronab Kumar Majumder, Retd. Special Secretary,1.11.2014
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.