1. A. J. Thomas
A. J. Thomas was born on 10 June 1952 in Kerala and is an Indian poet writing in English. He was the editor of Indian Literature, the 200-page bi-monthly English journal of Sahitya Akademi. He is an acclaimed translator of poetry, fiction, drama and non-fiction prose from his mother tongue Malayalam, the language of Kerala, the southernmost State of India.
A. J. Thomas: Editor of Indian Literature
2. Jerry Pinto
Jerry Pinto was born in 1966 and is a Mumbai-based Indian writer of poetry, prose and children\'s fiction, as well as a journalist. Pinto won the Windham-Campbell prize in 2016 for his fiction. His first novel Em and the Big Hoom was published in 2012
Jerry Pinto: Indian Poet
3. Vihang A. Naik
Vihang A. Naik was born on 2 September 1969 in Surat, Gujarat. He has authored many collections of poetry in English and Gujarati, besides translating from Gujarati into English. In 2016 his poetry collection City Times and Other Poems entered Limca Book of Records for the poem "Self Portrait" which was composed of only five blank pages.
Vihang A. Naik: Poet, Translator, Educator
4. Vijay Nambisan
Vijay Nambisan was a poet, writer, critic, and journalist of India writing in English. He was a co-author of the poetry book Gemini with Jeet Thayil and Dom Moraes. Nambisan has also translated the devotional poetry of Poonthanam and Melpathur Narayana Bhattathiri.
Vijay Nambisan: Indian Poet
5. Mani Rao
Mani Rao was born on 28 February 1965 and is an Indian poet and independent scholar, writing in English. He has authored nine poetry collections, two books in translation from Sanskrit including Kalidasa's works and a translation of the Bhagavad Gita as a poem.
Mani Rao: Indian Poet
6. Shiv K. Kumar
Shiv K. Kumar was born on 16 August 1921 in Lahore and died on 1 March 2017. The poem Pilgrimage is a realistic poem by Shiv.K.Kumar which reveals the experience of the pilgrims. The poem is written in a conversational tone and because of its simplicity, it is easy to be compared.
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7. Meena Alexander
Meena Alexander was born on 17 February 1951 in Allahabad and was died on 21 November 2018. She was an Indian poet, scholar, and writer. she was a Distinguished Professor of English at Hunter College and at the CUNY Graduate Center in the Ph.D. program in English.
Meena Alexander: Author, Poet, Translator
8. D. C. Chambial
Duni Chand Chambial was born on 29 September 1950 in Kangra. He is a contemporary bilingual poet from Himachal Pradesh. Chambial appeared as an Indian English poet by publishing his first volume, Broken Images, in 1983. His poems have been translated into many languages.
D. C. Chambial: Indian English Poet Editor, Critic & Academician
9. Sudeep Sen
Sudeep Sen was born in 1964 and is an Indian English poet and editor living in London and New Delhi. He was educated at St Columba's School in Delhi and received a degree in English literature from Hindu College, University of Delhi. His poems Path to Inspiration (2017), Incarnate/Incarnadine (2017), Mediterraneo (2012), Ladakh (2012).
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10. Dilip Chitre
Dilip Purushottam Chitre was born in Baroda on 17 September 1938 and died on 10 December 2009. He was one of the foremost Indian poets and critics to emerge in post-Independence India. He wrote poems in Marathi and English language. He was also a painter and filmmaker.
Dilip Chitre: Indian Poet
11. Bibhu Padhi
Bibhu Prasad Padhi was born on 16 January 1951 in Cuttack, Odisha, India. is an Indian poet and writer and written several books in English and Oriya languages. He is also a literary critic and translator. He's written poems Going to the Temple, A Wound Elsewhere, etc.
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12. Jeet Thayil
Jeet Thayil was born on 13 October 1959 in Kerala. He is an Indian poet, novelist, librettist and musician. He is the author These Errors Are Correct (Tranquebar, 2008), English (2004, Penguin India, Rattapallax Press, New York, 2004), Apocalypso (Ark, 1997) and Gemini (Viking Penguin, 1992).
Jeet Thayil: Indian Poet
13. Eunice de Souza
Eunice de Souza was born in 1947 grew up in Pune and died in 2017. Among her notable books of poetry are Women in Dutch painting (1988) She was an Indian English language poet, literary critic, and novelist. She studied English literature with an MA from Marquette University.
Eunice de Souza: Indian Poet
14. Dom Moraes
Dom Moraes was born on 19 July 1938 in Bombay and died on 2 June 2004. He was an Indian writer and poet who published nearly 30 books in the English language. His poems are a meaningful and substantial contribution to Indian and World literature.
Dom Moraes: Indian Poet
15. Arun Balkrishna Kolatkar
Arun Kolatkar was born on 1 November 1923 in Kolhapur, Maharashtra and died on 25 September 2004. He was an Indian poet who wrote poems in both Marathi and English. His first collection of English poetry, Jejuri won the Commonwealth Writers' Prize in 1977. His Marathi verse collection Bhijki Vahi won a Sahitya Akademi Award in 2005.
Arun Balkrishna Kolatkar: Indian Poet
16. Toru Dutt
Toru Dutt was born on 4 March 1856 and died on 30 August 1877. He was a Bengali poet from the Indian subcontinent, who wrote in English and French, in what was then British India. Her poetry comprises \'A Sheaf Gleaned in French Fields. She had written the poem \'A Sea of Foliage\' and also written a beautiful poem The Lotus.
Toru Dutt: English and French poets
17. Keki N. Daruwalla
Keki N. Daruwalla was born in Lahore in 1937. He is also a former Indian Police Service officer. He was awarded Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in India, in 2014. He was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award, in 1984 for his poetry collection, The Keeper of the Dead.
Keki N. Daruwalla: Indian Poet
18. Jayanta Mahapatra
Jayanta Mahapatra was born on 22 October 1928 and is a major Indian English poet. He is the first Indian poet to win the Sahitya Akademi award for English poetry. He is the author of popular poems such as Indian Summer and Hunger. He was awarded Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honor in India in 2009.
Jayanta Mahapatra: Indian English poet, Teacher of Physics
19. Arundhathi Subramaniam
Arundhathi Subramaniam is a noted Indian poet, writer, critic, Curator, translator, Journalist, writing in English. She is a pioneer of Bhakti poetry. Arundhathi is the award-winning author of twelve books of poetry and prose.
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20. Attipate Krishnaswami Ramanujan
A. K. Ramanujan was born on 16th March and died on 13 July 1993. He was an Indian poet and scholar. Ramanujan was a poet, scholar, professor, a philologist, folklorist, translator, and playwright. His academic research ranged across five languages: English, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, and Sanskrit.
Attipate Krishnaswami Ramanujan: Indian Poet