Volume 10 Issue 1

Dear Readers & Contributors,

Welcome to the April 2021 issue of IJELLS.

Professor Mohanraj’s review of a new book titled Bride of the Forest written by Mahadevan S Madhavi, Beulah’s poem inspired by her mother, Bandana Bal Chandnani’s extensive research on KR Meena’s Hangwoman and Tushnim Gangopadhyaya’s take on Japanese Art and Video Games are a few among an array of interesting submissions for this issue.

The cover page features an original photograph “Summer 2021” clicked by Bhargava Ram Racharla. Enjoy this young photographer’s interpretation of Indian seasons on which we have based the four issues per year.

International Journal of English: Literature, Language and Skills – IJELLS extends its service into publishing books. We have started the enterprise IJELLS Publishing. This is a platform where we help the authors self publish their work. Check out our website at to understand more.

Happy Reading and Happy Sharing!

Dr. Mrudula Lakkaraju
Chief Editor

Download the Issue

Our Contributors

Beulah is a communication student at Arizona State University. She performed her poem “Companions hurt; companionship heals” at TedxASUWest. She explores themes of faith, hope and love in her writings.

Prof S Mohanraj is a language teacher and teacher educator. He has taught at the English and Foreign Languages University for over three decades. Reading is hobby and he dabbles into translating and reviewing books occasionally.

Dr Bandana Bal Chandnani is an Assistant Professor in Department of English DAV PG College, Varanasi, UP India. She has published a book, 12 papers and 6 articles. She has presented 28 papers in seminars and conferences.

Dr Brahmananda Chary is a Retired Professor of English from Vijayanagar College of Commerce. He has published 8 articles including one in IJELLS. He has 37 years of experience as a teacher and researcher.

Dr K Rajani is currently associated with Amity Global Business School, Hyderabad as Associate Professor in Business Communication. She is passionate about English Literature and has a rich and varied experience of thirty years, in Teaching.

Divya Bhardwaj is currently pursuing Masters in literature from MRIIRS. She presented her paper in International conference on “Mythology: Past, Present and Future”.

Karunakaran B Shaji teaches English literature at Regional Institute of Education, Mysore. He has authored 5 books on Literary Criticism, published 26 papers in National and International Journals, and presented papers in several conferences.

Dr Monika Malhotra M.A, BEd, PhD is Working as an Associate Professor in Govt. SPMR College of Commerce, Jammu. Her area of interest is Indian writing in English and Feminist writings.

Dr P Roopana MA, MPhil, PhD, is currently working as Assistant Professor in Government Arts College for Men, Chennai. Her area of specialization is Indian Writing in English.

BL Sadguna Mary Grace is the Principal of Telangana Social Welfare Residential School for Girls, Toopran, Medak. She had taught English Language to the Junior College Students and received the Best Teacher Commendation Letters twice.

Dr Maia Salinee Antharasena holds B.A. (English) from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, then M.A. and Ph.D. both in Creative Writing from Macquarie University, Sydney. Her major focus is on children’s literature and films.

Dr Saba Parveen is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, Dayanand Girls Post Graduate College Kanpur. She has presented papers in many seminars and conferences and many articles and chapters published. Her research interests include Postcolonialism and Diaspora Studies.

Dr Tushnim Gangopadhyay is an Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature employed at J.P. University, Chapra. He is currently working on the relation between game studies, education, and literature.

Vaishali Sharma is currently pursuing Masters in literature from MRIIRS. She got her article published on the title “Transforming India’s Education” in her university magazine and also presented her paper in International conference on “Mythology: Past, Present and Future”.

Most Popular

To Top