Volume 9 Issue 4

Dear Readers & Contributors,

Welcome to the January 2021 issue of IJELLS.

Some time-tested and then some new and unchartered works are touched upon in this issue. It is heartening to find research covering newer grounds. There are two research articles revisiting our ancient Upanishads. We also present to you a bunch of young writers who are filled with ideas and learning to explore this vast field of research in English.

The cover page features an original photograph “Winter 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

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Our Contributors

D Ambika MA ,MPhil, PhD (pursuing) currently working as an Asst Prof. English at Erode Sengunthar Engineering College, Prdi, Erode. She has an experience of 14.6 yrs.

Damaru Chandra Bhatta is an Associate Professor of English at Tri-Chandra Campus, Kathmandu, Nepal. He is interested in T. S. Eliot’s texts and the Upanishads. Currently, he is a PhD scholar.

Gangadhar Tharala has completed his masters in English literature in 2020 from Nizam College under Osmania University. He has completed his bachelor’s in science from NSV Degree College, Jagitial. He has qualified UGC NET in December 2019. His areas of interest include American literature and translation studies.

Ummae Saba Shabnam is a research scholar in English Literature in Osmania University, Hyderabad. She has published an article in a repute international Journal. Her areas of interest include Ecocriticsm, Ecofeminism and Feminist issues.

Jishnu Prasad, research scholar at Mahatma Gandhi University, St. Teresa’s college, Ernakulam. His research interests are primarily in areas of cultural studies with emphasis on Arab culture and revolution. He worked as Guest lecturer in Devaswom Board College, Thalayolaparambu for 3 years.

Dr Li Bing Yan works as a Lecturer of School of Literature and Communication, Huizhou University, China. She specializes in Film & Literary Theory.

Dr Li Siu Kit is an Associate Professor of School of Literature and Communication, Huizhou University, China. He specializes in Literature & Film.

Nabaraj Dhungel is an assistant professor of English at Tribhuvan University in Nepal. He has been teaching English language and literature at Campus of International Languages (Bishwa Bhasa Campus) as a permanent faculty of the University and as an expert of Academic Writing and Communication at R R Campus, Tribhuvan University. He is an active participant in research mainly focused on deconstructive approach.

Dr Jatinder Kohli is an Associate Professor at the Department of English, University of Kota and her research papers are published in renowned journals.

Neha Pareek did MPhil in English Literature and is currently pursuing PhD from the Department of English, University of Kota.

Prashant R Panchal obtained Masters Degree in English from Osmania University followed by Post Graduation Diploma in Communicative English from University of Hyderabad. He has also qualified K-set in English. His areas of specialization are Indian English Literature, Women Studies, Post Colonialism, Partition Literature, History and American English Literature

Dr Sabindra Raj Bhandari is a lecturer in English at Tribhuvan University. At present, he teaches language and literature at Prithivi Narayan Campus. His areas of research are language, literature, and philosophy. He has published various articles in his areas of interest.

Subhalaxmi Mohanty is a research scholar. She is pursuing her research under Utkal University on Indian Dalit Women Writers. She is a lecturer of English. She has obtained her MPhil Degree in English from Berahampur University, Odisha.

Swayamshree Mishra has completed her Post Graduation in English from Utkal University and is now pursuing PhD from the same university. She has also completed MPhil.

Tanveer Babar Ali Khan has completed her Masters in English Literature from Nizam College under Osmania University, Hyderabad and Bachelors in English from St. Francis De Sales College under RTM Nagpur University. Her areas of interest include Symbolism and Biographical Criticism.

Dr Vikas Sharma is presently Professor in department of English in CCS University Meerut UP. He is DLitt in English literature. He has written many scholarly books. He has published more than three dozen research papers in reputed journals.

Dnyaneshwar P Suryawanshi works as an Associate Professor of English at Vivekanand College, Auangabad (MS). His specializations include pragmatics and translation studies. He translates from Marathi to English and vice versa.

R Shobha Rani is working as an Assistant Professor of English at Government Degree College, Kukatpally. She is pursuing her PhD at Nagarjuna University.

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