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A BIBLIOGRAPHY
OF HINDI LITERATURE
IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION

Compiled by Irene Joshi.

Copyright 1997 Irene Joshi

Last updated 22 August 1997.

*Original vernacular titles appear in [square brackets].



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BACKGROUND MATERIALS

Works about Hindi literature A-F, G-K, L-M, N-Q, R-S, T-Z

Bakshi, Mahendra Nath
	Prefaces to Hindi letters. Ranchi: Bakshi Brothers, 1954. viii, 
	256 p.

Bandopadhyay, Manohar, 1941-
	Lives and works of great Hindi poets. New Delhi: B.R.Publishing 
	Corp, 1994. xi, 161 p.

Barthwal, Pitambar Datta
	The Nirguna school of Hindi poetry: an exposition of medieval 
	Indian Santa mysticism. Banaras: Indian Book Shop, 1936. xv, 314, 
	4, 3 p.; Traditions of Indian mysticism based upon Nirguna school 
	of Hindi poetry.  New Delhi: Heritage, 1978. 314 p.

Bora, Ram Chandra, 1923-
	Contemporary Rajasthani literature. Jodhpur: Books Treasure, 1996. 
	ii, 70 p.

Chandra, Sansar, 1917-
	Some prominent Muslim Hindi poets. Delhi: Atma Ram, 1986. 135 p. 
	p. 105-135 = selected verse in romanized Hindi and English.

Chandra, Savitri
	Social life and concepts in medieval Hindi bhakti poetry: a 
	socio-cultural study. Meerut: Chandrayan Publicaitons, 1983. 145 p.

Chelyshev, E.
	On evolution of ideological and aesthetic ideals in modern Hindi 
	poetry. Moscow: n.p., 1960. 24 p.

Choudhary, Radhakrsna
	A survey of Maithili literature. Deoghar: Shanti Devi, 1976. viii, 
	273 p.

Dwivedi, Ram Awadh
	A critical survey of Hindi literature. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 
	1966. ii, 3, 304 p.

Dwivedi, Ram Awadh
	Hindi literature. Banaras: Hindi Pracharak Pustakalaya, 1953.  ii, 
	2, ii, 239, 9 p.

Early Hindi devotional literature in current research: proceedings of the 
	International Middle Hindi Bhakti Conference, April 1979, 
	organized by the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Edited by Winand 
	M. Callewaert. Leuven: Dept. Orientalistiek, Katholieke 
	Universiteit te Leuven, 1980. 243 p.
Gaeffke, Peter
	Hindi literature in the twentieth century.  Wiesbaden: 
	Harrassowitz, 1978. 118 p.

Garg, Ganga Ram, 1924-
	An encyclopaedia of world Hindi literature. New Delhi: Concept 
	Pub. Co., 1986. xviii, 780 p.

Gopal, Madan, 1919-
	Introducing Hindi writers. Delhi: Atma Ram, 1956. 88 p.

Gupta, P.C.
	Literature and society: selected essays. New Delhi: Peoples 
	Publishing House, 1983. xii, 244 p.

Handa, Rajendra Lal, 1912-
	A history of Hindi language and literature. Bombay: Bharatiya 
	Vidya Bhavan, 1978. xiv, 504 p.

Hawley, John Stratton, 1941-
	Krishna, the butter thief. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 
	1983. xxi, 415 p.

Jaidev, 1949-
	The culture of pastiche: existential aestheticism in the 
	contemporary Hindi novel. Shimla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 
	1993. xii, 266 p.

Jindal, K.B.
	A history of Hindi literature. Allahabad: Kitab Mahal, 1955. viii, 
	384 p.; 2nd rev. and enlarged ed. Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, 
	1993. xii, 420 p.

Kalla, Kanhaiya Lal
	The influence of yoga philosophy on Hindi poetry. Dehradun: 
	Sahitya Sadan, 1967. 192 p.

Kannoo Mal, Lala
	The master poets of India. Ahmedabad: New Order Book Co., 1976. 49 
	p.

Keay, Frank Ernest
	A history of Hindi literature. Calcutta: Association Press, 1920. 
	116 p.; 2nd ed. Calcutta: Y.M.C.A. Publ. House, 1933. 107 p.; 3rd ed. 
	Calcutta: Y.M.C.A. Publishing House, 1960. 110 p.; New Delhi: Award 
	Publishing House, 1980. viii, 116 p.; New Delhi: AES, 1989, xii, 116 p. 
	Reprint of 1920 ed.

Kulshrestha, C.M.
	T.S. Eliot and modern Hindi poetry: a study of four major poets.  
	New Delhi: Allied, 1983. xx, 232 p.

Kumar, Sukrita Paul, 1949-
	Conversations on modernism: with reference to English, Hindi and 
	Urdu fiction.  New Delhi: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla in 
	association with Allied Publishers, 1990. xvi, 157 p.

Kumar, Sukrita Paul, 1949-
	The new story: a scrutiny of modernity in Hindi and Urdu short 
	fiction.  New Delhi: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, in 
	association with Allied Publishers, 1990. 124 p.; New Delhi: 
 	Allied, 1991.  132 p.
Lutze, Lothar, 1927-
	Hindi writing in post-colonial India: a study in the aestheticss 
	of literary production. New Delhi: Manohar, 1985. xii, 227 p.

Madan, Indar Nath
	Modern Hindi literature: a critical analysis. Lahore: Minerva Book 
	Shop, 1939. viii, 241 p.

Maheshwari, Hiralal, 1931-
	History of Rajasthani literature. New Delhi: Sahitya Academy, 
	1980. xii, 287 p.

Mathur, O.P.
	Indian political novel and other essays. New Delhi: Kitab Mahal, 
	1995. 220 p.

McGregor, Ronald Stuart
	Hindi literature from its beginnings to the nineteenth century.  
	Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1984. 247 p.

McGregor, Ronald Stuart
	Hindi literature of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. 
	Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1974. 4, 62 p.

McGregor, Ronald Stuart
	A new voice for new times: the development of modern Hindi 
	literature.  Canberra: Faculty of Asian Studies, Australian National 
	University, Canberra, Miami: distributed by ANU Press, 1981. 17 p.

Mishr, Ram Prasad
	An outline of the history of Hindi literature. Delhi: S.S. 
	Publishers, 1982. x, 179 p.

Mishra, Jagdish Prasad, 1936-
	Shakespeare's impact on Hindi literature. New Delhi: Munshiram 
	Manoharlal, 1970. ix, 231 p.

Mishra, Jayakanta, 1922-
	A history of Maithili literature. Allahabad: Tirubhukti 
	Publications, 1949-50. 2 vol. Vol.1 = Early and middle periods. 
	Vol. 2 = Modern period.

Mishra, Jayakanta, 1922-
	History of Maithili literature. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1976. 
	vii, 308 p.

Mishra, Jayakanta, 1922-
	Introduction to the folk literature Mithila. Allahabad: Tirabhukti 
	Publications, 1951. 2 parts.

Mishra, Ram Darash, 1925-
	Modern Hindi fiction.  Delhi: Bansal and Co. 1983. viii, 288 p.; 
	New Delhi: Konark Publ. in association with Bansal & Co., Delhi, 
	1988. 288 p. Reprint of 1983 ed.

Mohan, Narendra 
	The eternal "No": dimensions of protest in literature. Delhi: 
	Ajanta Publications (India), 1985. 103 p.
Nagendra
	Emotive basis of literature and other essays. New Delhi: B.R. Pub. 
	Corp, 1986. viii, 258 p.

Narayana, Birendra, 1925-
	Hindi drama and stage. New Delhi: Bansal & Co., 1954.; Delhi: 
	Bansal & Co., 1981. x, 240 p.; New Delhi: Konark Publ. in 
 	association with Bansal & Co., Delhi, 1987. x, 240 p. reprint of 1981.

On literature. Edited by Jaidev. New Delhi: Indian Institute of Advanced 
	Study, Shimla, in association with Allied Publishers, 1990. xiii, 106 p.

Pandey, Indu Prakash, 1924-
	Hindi literature: trends and traits. Calcutta: Firma K.L. 
	Mukhopadhyay, 1975. xii, 248 p.

Pandey, Indu Prakash, 1924-
	Regionalism in Hindi novels. Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag, 
	1974. 179 p.

Pandey, Indu Prakash, 1924-
	Romantic feminism in Hindi novels written by women. New Delhi: 
	House of Letters, 1989. viii, 118 p.

Pota, Nirupama, 1931-
	Content analysis of Hindi literature: preparation of manual & 
	application. Bombay: Himalaya Pub. House, 1987. x. 414 p.

Poulos, Steven M.
	Feminine sense and sensibility: a comparative study of six modern 
	women short fiction writers in Hindi and Urdu: Rashid Jahan, Ismet 
	Chugtai, Qurratal-ain Hyder, mannu Bhandari, Usha Priyamvada, Mijay 
	Chauhan.  Chicago: University of Chicago, 1975. xiv, 494 leaves.  
	Microfilm of typescript.  Thesis, University of Chicago.

Prabhakar, Manohar, 1932-
	A critical study of Rajasthani literature with exclusive reference 
	to the contribution of caranas. Jaipur: Panchshell Prakashan, 
	1976. viii, 195 p.

Prasad, Ram Chandra, 1929-
	Literary criticism in Hindi. Meerut: Sarita Prakashan, 1976. viii, 
	244 p.

The problems of translation. Edited by G. Gopinath and S. Kandaswamy.
        Allhabad: Lok Bharti Prakashan, 1993. 333 p.
Raghava, Sulochana Rangeya, 1937-
	Sociology of Indian literature: a sociological study of Hindi 
	novels. Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 1987. viii, 197 p.

Ramsaran, John A.
	English and Hndi religious poetry: an analogical study. Leiden: 
	Brill, 1973. x, 199 p.

Ranade, Ramachandra Dattatraya, 1886-1957.
	Pathway to god in Hindi literature. Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya 
	Bhavan, 1959. 342 p.

Roadarmel, Gordon C.
	A bibliography of English source materials for the study of 19th 
	and 20th century Hindi literature. New York: Asia Society, 1968. 68 
	leaves.

Roadarmel, Gordon C.
	The theme of alienation in the modern Hindi short story.  Ann 
	Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1969. 441 leaves.  
	Theses, Unviersity of California, Berkley.

Sarin, Dharam Paul
	Influence of political movements on Hindi literature, 1906-1947.  
	Chandigarh: Panjab University Publication Bureau, 1967. ii, 222 p.

Shoba, Savitri Chandra
        Medieval India and Hindi bhakti poetry: a socio-cultural study.
        New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications, 1996. 197 p.

Shrotriya, Prabhakar, 1938-
	[Kavita ke tisari ankha]
	The quintessence of poetry: with special reference to new Hindi 
	poetry. Trans. by G.P. Pant. Karnal: Natraj Pub. House, 1987. 139 p.

Sinha, Maheshvari, 1913-
	The historical development of mediaeval Hindi prosody, 
	Ramananda-Kesava, 1400-1600 A.D.  Bhagalpur: Bhagalpur University 
	Publication, 1964. 178 p.

Sinha, Raghuvir
	Social change in contemporary literature: a new approach to 
	criticism in sociology of literature. New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, 
	1979. viii, 88 p.

Stasik, Danuta, 1956-
	Out of India: image of the west in Hindi literature. New Delhi: 
	Manohar 1994. 132 p.

Survival: an experience and an experiment in translating modern Hindi 
	poetry. Edited by Daniel Weissbort and Girdhar Rathi. New Delhi: 
	Sahitya Akademi, 1994. xxi, 125 p.

Translation of Hindi works into English: a bibliography.  Compiled by D. 
	Ghosh. New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharalal, 1995. xi, 159 p.

Varma, Urmila
	The influence of English poetry on modern Hindi poetry, 1900-1940, 
	with special reference to technique, imagery, metre and diction. 
	Allahabad: Lokbharti Prakashan, 1980. xi, 164 p.

Vedalankar, Shardadevi
	The development of Hindi prose literature in the early nineteenth 
	century, 1800-56. Allahabad: Lokbharti Pub., 1969. 270 p.; 2nd ed. 
	Allahabad: Lokbharati Publications, 1977. xvi, 270 p.

Zamindar, Niranjan C.
	A handbook of modern Hindi literature. Indore: Sahityalaya, 1977.  
	vi, 116 p.

AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Ansal, Kusum, 1940-
        [Jo kaha nahim gaya}
        As I am: an autobiography. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications,
        1997. 247 p.

Azad, Prithvi Singh, 1892-
	[Kranti patha ka pathika]
	Baba Prithvi Singh Azad, the legendary crusader: an autobiography. 
	Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1987. xl, 340 p.

Azad, Prithvi Singh, 1892-
	[Lenin ka des men]
	Prithvi Singh Azad in Lenin's land. Edited by S.S. Chauhan. Trans. 
	by V. Chauhan. New Delhi: Sterling, 1980. xvi, 144 p.

Bachchan, Haribans Rai, 1907-1989.
        In the afternoon of time: the autobiography of Harivansh Rai Bachchan. 
	Edited and trans. by Rupert Snell. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1997.

Banarasidasa, 1586-1641?
	[Ardhakathanaka]
	Half a tale: a study in the interrelationship between 
	autobiography and history=The Ardhakathanaka. Trans. by Mukund Lath. 
	Jaipur: Rajastan Prakrit Bharati Sanssthan, 1981. v, lxxvi, 275 p.

Bhaskar, Mohan Lal, 1942-
	[Mein Pakistan Mein Bharata ka jasoo]
	Under the shadow of bayonets and bars: an Indian spy in Pakistan. 
	Trans. by Jai Ratan. New Delhi: National Publishing House, 1990.  171 p.

Bhave, Vinoba, 1895-1982.
	Moved by love: the memoirs of Vinoba Bhave. Trans. by Marjorie 
	Sykes from a Hindi text prepared by Kalindi. Hyderabad: Sat Sahitya 
	Sahayogi Sangh, 1994. 303 p.

Birla, Basant Kumar, 1921-
	[Swantah sukhaya]
	A rare legacy: memoirs of B.K. Birla. Bombay: Image Incorporated, 
	1994. 416 p.

Devi, Phollan
	I, Phoolan Devi, the autobiography of India's Bandit Queen. 
	Phollan Devi with Marie-Therese Cuny and Paul Rambali. London: Little, 
	Brown, 1996. 472 p.

Kumar, Shanta
        [Eka mukhyamantri ki jela dayari]
        A chief minister's prison diary. New Delhi: Vikas, 2979. vi, 90 p.

Pandey, Sita Ram, b. 1797.
	From Sepoy to Subedar: being the life and adventures of Subedar 
	Sita Ram, a native office of the Bengal army, written and related by 
	himself. Trans. by Lieutenant-Colonel Norgate. Lahore: n.p., 1873.; 3rd 
	ed. Edited by D.C. Phillott. Calcutta: Baptist Mission, 1911. vi, 
 	130 p.; Delhi: Vikas, 1970. xxix, 186 p.

Parmanand, Bhai
	The story of my life. Madras: S. Ganesan, 1923. xv, 183 p.; Trans. 
	by N. Sundra Iyer and Lal Chand Dhawan. Lahore: The Central Hindu Yuvak 
	Sabha, 1934. vi, 217, 3 p.; New Delhi: S. Chand, 1982. xxiii, 207 p.

Prasad, Rajendra, 1884-1963.
	[Jivan katha]
	Autobiography. Bombay: Asia Publishing, 1957. x, 624 p.

Sarasvati, Swami Dayananda, 1824-1883.
	[Yogi ka atmacaritra]
	Autobiography. Madras: Theosophical Publ. House, 1952. 68 p.

Sarasvati, Swami Dayananda, 1824-1883.
	[Yogi ka atmacaritra]
	Autobiography of Dayananda Saraswati. Edited by K.C. Yadav. New 
	Delhi: Manohar Book service, 1976. 108 p.; 2nd rev. ed. New Delhi: 
	Manohar, 1978. 136 p.;  3rd rev. ed. New Delhi: Manohar Publications, 
	1987. 136 p.

Shraddhanand, Swami, 1856?-1926.
	Autobiography. Edited by M. R. Jambunathan. Bombay: Bharatiya 
	Vidya Bhavan, 1961. 176 p.

Tripathi, Kamla Pati, 1905-
	[Svatantrata andolana aura usake bad]
	Freedom movement and afterwards. Trans. by Prabhat Kumar Pandeya.  
	Varanasai: Vishwavidyalaya Prakashan, 1989. 8, 224 p.

Vandyopadhyaya, Pranav Kumar, 1945-
	Goodbye dear friends. Trans. by Ratan Chouhan.  ?:?, 1982, 152 p.

Vatsyayan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911-1987.
	[Antara]
	Preparing the ground. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, 1984. 120 p.

Yashpal, 1903-1976.
	[Simhavalokana]
	Yashpal looks back: selections from an autobiography. Edited and 
	trans. by Corinne Friend. New Delhi: Vikas, 1981. xii, 228 p.

DRAMA
including film scripts

A-Q, R-Z


Ask, Upendranath, 1910-
        Towels. Trans. by Edward S. Haynes and Romesh Shonek.  In "Indian
        literature." vol. XXIV, no. 3, 1981. pp. 65-83.

Benegal, Shyam
	[Manthana]
	Shyam Benegal's The churning (Manthan). Sreenplay by Vijay 
	Tendulkar. Reconstructed and trans. by Samik Bandyopadhyay. Calcutta: 
	Seagull Books, 1984. vii, 99 p.

Bharati, Dhanavir
	[Andha yug]
	The blind age. Trans. by Paul Jacob, in "Enact" #65, May 1972. 22 p.

Chaturbhuj, 1928-
	The great historical dramas. Trans. by Kumar Shant Rakshit and 
	Javed Rahman. Delhi: Mittal Publications, 1987. vi, 145 p.

Dinkar, Ramdhari Sinha, 1908-1974.
	[Urvasi]
	Dinkar's Urvashi: a saga of human love and Vedanta. Trans. by 
	Krishna Kuamr Vidyarthi.  New Delhi: Siddharth Publications, 
	1994. 165 p.

Hariscandra, Bharatendu, 1850-1885.
	[Satyahariscandra]
	Raja Harischandra. Trans. by Madan Gopal. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1988. 105 p.

Hariscandra, Bharatendu, 1850-1885. *
Gopal, Madan, 1919-
	Bharatendu Harishchandra. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1971. 41 p.

Hariscandra, Bharatendu, 1850-1885. *
Gopal, Madan, 1919-
	Bharatendu: his life and times. New Delhi: Sagar Publications, 
	1972. xvi, 227 p.

Jitendra, 1939-
	Defamation Act 1988 and other plays. Yamuna Nagar, Haryana: Veena 
	Prakashan, 1988. 54 p.

Kumar, Kusum, 1939-
	[Dilli unca sunati hai]
	Madhosingh is dead: a play. Trans. by Sarla Jagmohan. Delhi: 
	Unique Publications, 1984. 80 p.

Lal, Lakshmi Narayan
	Mr. Abhimanyu. Trans. by Suresh Kohli. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass,  
	1971. 62 p.

Mathur, Jagesh Chandra
        Morning star. Trans. by Amir Muhammad Khan. In "Hindi review."
        vol. 2, no. 4; May 1957. pp. 133-148.

Pande, Mrinal, 1946-
        [Jo Ram rachi rakha urf kissa manna Seth ka]
        That which god hath ordained or the tale of Manna Seth. Trans. by
        the author.  In "Enact." Nos. 181-182, January-February 1992. pp. 1-20.

	[Jo Rama raci rakha]
	That which Ram hath ordained, or, The tale of Manna Seth. Trans. 
	by the author. Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1994. xv, 62 p.

  
Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972.
	[Adhe adhure, 1968]
	Adhe adhure. Trans. by Steven M. Poulous and Ramanath Sharma in 
	"Journal of South Asian Literature" IX: 2-3, 1973.; Adhe-adhure: 
	a play in two acts. Trans. by Steven M. Poulos and Rama Nath 
	Sharma. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1993. 124 p.

Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972.
	[Lehron ke rajhans, 1973]
	The great swans of the waves. Trans. by Paul Jacob and Meena 
	Williams. In "Enact" nos. 73-74, Jan/Feb. 1973.; Cambridge: General 
	Microfilm Co., 1976. Microfiche.

Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972.
	[Adhe adhure, 1968]
	Half-way house. Trans. by Bindra Batra. In "Enact" no. 53, May 
	1971.; Cambridge: General Microfilm co., 1979.  Microfiche.

Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972.
	Mad delight. In "Enact"  #66, June 1970.;  Mad delight: a 
	scattering of words, sounds and visuals. Cambridge : General Microfilm 
	Co., 1979.  Microfiche.

Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972.
	[Ashada ka ek din]
	One day in Ashada. Trans. by Sarah K. Ensley. In "Enact" Nos. 32- 
	33. Aug-Sept 1969.; Cambridge: General Microfilm Co., 1979. Microfiche

Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972.
	Short plays of Mohan Rakesh. Trans. by Bindu Batra. In "Enact"  
	Nos. 81-82, Sept. 1970. Includes Hmph, Perhaps, and The question.

Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972.
	Short plays of Mohan Rahesh--I, Bahut Bada Saval, Shayad, Hunh!. 
	Cambridge: General Microfilm Co., 1976.  Microfiche

Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972. *
Thakur, N.C.
	Mohan Rakesh's Ashadha ka ek din: a critical monograph. New Delhi: 
	Intellectual Book Corner, 1978. 76 p.

Reza, Rahi Masoom, 1927-1992.
	The Mahabharata TV film script. Trans. by Satish Bhatnagar and 
	Shashi Magan. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1991-199 . 10 vols.

Sehgal, Lalit, 1934-
	[Hotya ek akar ki]
	The verdict. Trans. by Suresh Kohli. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1970. 56 p.

Sen, Mrinal, 1923-
	[Khandahara]
	The ruins (Khandahar): a film. Script reconstructed and trans. by 
	Samik Bandyopadhyay. Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1984. xix, 71 p.

Sudarshan
	[Sikandar]
	Alexander the great. Trans. by H.S. Saxsena. Bombay: Vora, 1968.  96 p.

Tanvir, Habib, 1923-
        [Caranadasa cora]
        Charandas chor. Trans. by Anjum Katyal. Calcutta: Seagull Books,
        1996. xliv, 50 p.

Taraporevala, Sooni, 1957-
	Salaam Bombay! by Mira Nair & Sooni Taraporevala. New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books, 1989. 202 p.  Script by Sooni Taraporevala.

Vaid, Krishna Baldev, 1927-
	Moan no more. Trans. by the author. In "Enact" no. 90 June 1974.  
	unpaged.

Varma, Ram Kumar, 1905-
	[Carumitra]
	Charumitra: a historical play in three acts. New Delhi: Prints 
	India, 1977. 62 p.

Verma, Surendra
	Hero, villain and jester. Trans. by H.M. Miller. In "Enact" 93, 94, 
	1975. 8 p.; Cambridge General Microfilm Company, no date. Microfiche.

Verma, Surendra
	Two o'clock Saturday. Trans. by Sara Cohen. In "Enact" #151-152, 
	July-August 1979. unp.

Vyas, Ambika Dutta
        [Go-sankat]
        Translation of Go-sankat, drama of Sahityacharya Pundit Dutta Vyas
        of Benares. Trans. by Shiva Nandan Suhai. Bankipore: Bankipore
        Press, 1886. ii, 28 p.



Drama anthologies
Miracle plays of Mathura. Trans. by N. Hein. Delhi: Oxford University 
	Press, 1972. xi, 315 p.

Two street plays for women. Bombay: Ashta, Xavier Institute of 
	Communications, 1988. 50 p.

ESSAYS
Dinkar, Ramdharisinh, 1908-1974.
	Reflections on men and things. Ajmer: Krishna Brothers, 1968. 80 p.

Sankrtyayana, Rahula, 1893-1963.
	Selected essays of Rahul Sankrityayan. New Delhi: People's Pub. 
	House, 1984. xix, 228 p.

Sankrtyayana, Rahula, 1893-1963. *
Machwe, Prabhakar Balvant, 1917-
	Rahul Sankrityayan. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1978. 60 p.

Varma, Mahadevi, 1907-1987.
	[Ateet ke chalchitra]
	Sketches from my past: encounters with India's oppressed. Trans. 
	by Neera Kuckreja Sohoni. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1994. 
	xxiv, 142 p.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	Word and memory. Bikaner: Vagdevi Prakashan, 1989. 128 p.

FICTION

A-J, K-R, S, T-Z


Ansal, Kusum, 1940-
        [Dusri panchavati]
        Another panchavati. Trans. by Saroj Vasisth, New Delhi: Vikas, ?

Ansal, Kusum, 1940?-
	The match maker and other stories. New Delhi: Amrit Publ. House, 
	198?.

Ansal, Kusum, 1940?-
	Sheltering shadows: a novel.  New Delhi: har-Anand Publications, 
	1993. 132 p.

Ansal, Kusum, 1940?-
	[Usaki pancavati]
	Sing me no songs: a novel. Trans. by Saroj Vasishth. New Delhi: 
	Vikas, 1982. 112 p.

Ansal, Kusum, 1940?-
	[Apani apani yatra]
	Travelling with a sunbeam: a novel. Trans. by Satya Prakash 
	Narayan Kiran. New Delhi: Vikas, 1983. 138 p.

Ashk, Upendranath, 1910-
	[Barpha ka darda]
	Sorrow of the snows. Trans. by Jai Ratan. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1971. 112 p.

Avasthi, Rajendra, 1929-
	[Machali bazara]
	The creeping shadows. Trans. by Jai Rattan. New Delhi: National, 
	1985. 145 p.

Avasthi, Rajendra, 1929-
	The golden swans and other stories. Trans. by Satyadev Dubey. 
	Bombay: IBH Pub. Co., 1970. 85 p.

Avasthi, Rajendra, 1929-
	The red soil: a novel. Trans. by Shrawan Kumar. New Delhi: Vikas,  
	1982. 134 p.

Avasthi, Rajendra, 1929- *
Suneel, Seema, 1964-
	Man-woman relationship in Indian fiction: with a focus on Shashi 
	Deshpande, Rajendra Awasthy and Syed Abdul Malik. New Delhi: Prestige 
 	Books, 1995. 173 p.

Bedi, Susham
	[Havan, 1989]
	The fire sacrifice. Trans. by David Rubin. London: Heinemann 
	Educational, 1993. viii, 182 p.

Bhagat, Manjul, 1936-
	The search and other stories. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1982. 106 p.

Bhandari, Mannu, 1931-
	[Apaka-Banti]
	Bunty. Trans. by Jai Rattan. New Delhi: National, 1983. 215 p.

Bhandari, Mannu, 1931-
	[Mahabhoja]
	The great feast. Trans. by Richard Alan Williams. New Delhi: Radha 
	Krishna, 1981. 146 p.

Bismillah, Abdul
 	The song of the loom=Jhini, jhini, bini chadariya. Trans. by  Rashmi
	Govind.  New Delhi: Macmillan India, 1996. 251 p.

Chandar, Krishan, 1914-1976.
	The dreamer. Trans. by Jai Ratan. Delhi: Hind Pocket Book, 1970.  
	160 p.

Chandar, Krishan, 1914-1976.
	[Kaghag ki nao]
	The paper boat. Trans. by Jai Ratan. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 
	1975. 159 p.

Chandra, Jagdish, 1917-1977.
	[Adha pula]
	The broken bridge. Trans. by Devdutt. New Delhi: Vikas, 1976.  237 p.

Chandra, Subhash  see Rakshasa, Mudra, 1933-  pseud.

Chaturvedi, Girish K.
	Mohallewale. Trans. by Sarala Jag Mohan. New Delhi: Indus, 1995. 
	254 p.

Chaturvedi, Girish K. 
        Tansen. Trans. by Sarala Jag Mohan. New Delhi: The Lotus
        Collection, 1996. 221 p.


Chaturvedi, Padma
	[Rosani ka ranga]
	Beyond self. Trans. by Chetna Machwe. New Delhi: Sterling, 1976. 
	120 p

Chauhan, Subhadra Kumari, 1904-1947.
	[Bikhare moti]
	Scattered pearls=Bikhare moti. Trans. by Indira Junghare, Sheri 
	Pargman. Delhi: Chanakya Publications, 1994. xvii, 123 p.

Chundawat, Rani Laxmi Kumari
	[Mumala]
	Mumal: being an English version of Rani Laxmi Kumari Chundawat's 
	book of the same name. {trans. by} G.L. Mathur. Jodhpur: Scientific 
	Publishers, 1990. ix, 118 p.  Basedon Rajasthani folk tales.

Gairola, Mahabir Prasad, 1922-
        [Buddhimana murkha, 1982]
        The learned fool. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1996. 95 p.

Garg, Mridula, 1938-
	Daffodils on fire and other stories. New Delhi: National Book 
	House, 1990. 147 p.

Garg, Mridula, 1938-
	[Uske hisse ke dhupa]
	A touch of sun. New Delhi: National, 1982. 159 p.

Gupta, Yogesh, 1931-
	City without she. Trans. by J. Prasad. Delhi: Writers Forum, 1966. 96 p.

Gupta, Yogesh, 1931-
	Skyscraper & other stories. Transcreated by Mridula Garg. 
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1981. 124 p.

Gurudutta
	[Kamana]
	Desire. Trans. by the author. New Delhi: Paradise Publications, 
	1969. 206 p.

Handa, Rajendra Lal, 1912-
	Lengthening shadows. Trans. by the author. Delhi: Sterling, 1969.  
	166 p.

Joshi, Himanshu, 1935-
	[Kagara ki aga]
	Embers in snow. Trans. by Indira Mittal. New Delhi: National, 
	1990. 109 p.

Joshi, Himanshu, 1935-
	Waiting for sunrise. Trans. by Jai Ratan. Delhi: B.R. Pub. 
	Corporation, 1993. iv, 121 p.
 
Kamleshwar, 1932-
	The blue lake and other stories.  New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1996. 234 p.

Kamleshwar, 1932-
	[Badnam gali]
	The defamed alley: a novel. Trans. by Jai Ratan. New Delhi: India 
	Paperbacks, 1977. 141 p.

Kamleshwar, 1932-
	Summer days: a collection of short stories. Trans. by various 
	translators. New Delhi: Himalaya Books, 1977. 124 p.

Kamleshwar, 1932-
	The street with fifty-seven lanes. Trans. by Jai Ratan. New Delhi: 
	Rupa, 1995. 137 p.

Kapoor, Aruna, 1950-
	[Dhudha ke galiyare]
	The mist. Trans. by Madhu Raina. Delhi; B.R. Publ. Corp., 1992. 
	106 p.

Khan, Gulshair see Shaani, 1933- pseud.

Khatri, Devaki Nandan, 1861-1913.
	[Chandrakanta, 1888]
	Chandrakanta. Trans. by Pankaj Bhan. Delhi: Books for All, 1991. 
	iv, 255 p.

Khetana, Prabha
	[Ao Pepe, ghara calem]
	Come Pepe, come home. Trans. by Malobika Chaudhuri. Calcutta; 
	Proma Prakashani, 1992. 93 p.

Kishore, Giriraj
        [Dhal ghare]
        The knight's move. Trans. by Prajapati Sah. New Delhi: 
	Sahitya Akademi, 1996. 480 p.

Kumar, Jainendra, 1905-1988.
	[Tyagapatra, 1937]
	Resignation. Trans. by Sachchidananda Vatsyayan Agyeya. Delhi: 
	Siddharth Publications, n.d., 106 p.; Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 
	1980. 102 p.

Kumar, Jainendra, 1905-1988.
	[Tyagapatra, 1937]
	Tyagpatra: letter of resignation. Trans. by S. Saksena. Benares: 
	The India Library, 1948.

Kumar, Ram, 1924-
	Stories. Trans. by Jai Ratan. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1970.  
	90 p.

Kumar, Sharat, 1937-
	Affair and other stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1987. 97 p.

Kumar, Sharat, 1937-
	The storm and other stories. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1976. 79 p.

Lallulal, 1763-1835.
	[Prem sagar]
	Selections from the Prem Sagar (by Lallulal) and Bagh-o Bahar (by  
	Mir Amman). Trans. by Adalut Khan. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Baptist Mission 
	Press, 1881. viii, 399 p.

Lallulal, 1763-1835.
	[Sabha bilasa]
	The assembly of mirth: a literal translation into English of the  
	Sabha bilasa. Trans. by G.W. Gilbertson. Benares: Medical Hall Press, 
	1900. iii, 446 p.

Mahadevan, Meera, 1931-
	[Apana ghara]
	Shulamith. Trans. by the author. New Delhi: Anrold-Heinemann, 
	1975. 208 p.

Nagar, Amritlal, 1916-
	[Sata ghunghata vala mukhara]
	The face behind seven veils: English translation of famous Hindi 
	novel "Saat ghunghat wala nukhada". Trans. by Jai Ratan. Delhi: B.R. Pub. 
	Corp. 1992. 118 p.

Nagar, Amritlal, 1916-1990.
	[Bhukha]
	Hunger: a novel. Trans. by Sarala Jag Mohan. New Delhi: Abhinav 
	Publications, 1990. 172 p.

Nagarjun, 1911-
	Holy man from Jamaniya. Trans. by Ram Dayal Munda, Paul W. 
	Staneslow and Mark E. Johnson. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1977.  129 p.

Nanda, Gulasana, 1929?-1985.
	[Tute pankh]
	Air hostess. Trans. by L. Hayat Bouman. New Delhi: New Light 
	Publishers, n.d. 173 p.

Nanda, Gulasana, 1929?-1985.
	[Patthar ke homth]
	Frozen lips. Trans. by Devendrapratap Lahoti. Bombay: Pearl, 1967.  
	iv, 118 p.

Nanda, Gulasana, 1929?-1985.
	[Kati patanga]
	Love at crossroads. Trans. by Kailash Maheshwary. Delhi: Vikas, 
	1972. 184 p.

Nanda, Gulasana, 1929?-1985.
	[Nil kamal]
	Neel kamal. Trans. by P.P. Maheswari. New Delhi: Paradise, n.d.  
	197 p.

Nanda, Gulasana, 1929?-1985.
	[Kalankini]
	Sinner. Trans. by Devendrapratap Lahoti. New Delhi: Paradise 
	Publications, n.d. 136 p.

Nathamal, Muni, 1920-
	Much in little. Trans. by N. Sahal. Churu, Rajasthan: Adarsh 
	Sahitya Sangh Publ., 1968. 80 p.

Nathamal, Muni, 1920-
	Ocean in drops. Trans. by K.S. Manian. Churu: Adarsh Sahitya Sangh 
	Publication, 1970. 158 p.

Pant, Gaura, 1923-   pseud. Shivani
	Krishnakali and other stories. Trans. by Masooma Ali. Calcutta: 
	Rupa & Co., 1995. 357 p.

Pant, Gaura, 1923-   pseud. Shivani
	Trust and other stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 198?

Parsai, Harishankar, 1924-
	Inspector Matadeen on the moon: selected satires. Trans. by C.M. 
	Naim. Madras: Affiliated East-West Press, 1994. 198 p.

Prabhakar, Visnu, 1912-
	Beyond the flesh. Trans. by divers hands. New Delhi: National, 
	1985. viii, 135 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	Sinners and saints: tales of Hinduism. Trans. by Shyam Ratam 
	Gupta. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1977. 122 p.

Premchand, pseud see Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936.

Rajendra
	[Dana lila]
	Taking of toll, being the Dana Lila of Rajendra. Translation by 
	Ananda Coomaraswamy. London: Old Bourne Press, 1915. v, 5 p.

Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972.
	Another life and other stories translated from the original Hindi. 
	New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1993. 184 p.

Rakesh, Mohan, 1925-1972.
	[Andhere banda kamare mein, 1961]
	Lingering shadows. Trans. by Jai Ratan. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 
	1970. 214 p.; New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1993 . 209 p.

Rakshasa, Mudra, 1933-  pseud. for Subhash Chandra
	[Dandavidhana, 1986]
	The hunted. Trans. by Robert A. Hueckstedt. New Delhi: Penguin 
	India, 1992. 236 p.

Rangilal
	The parrot and the starling. Trans. by K.P. Bahadur. Delhi: 
	Motilal Banarsidass, 1977. xi, 183 p.

Rathi, Ramanand, 1956-
	Dying in Rajasthan: short stories. Trans. by Yuyutsu R.D. Jaipur: 
	Nirala Publications, 1985. 62 p.

Renu, Phanishwar Nath, 1921-1977.
	[Maila ancala, 1954]
	The soiled border = Maila anchal. Trans. by Indira Junghare. 
	Delhi: Chanakya Publications, 1991. xxvii, 352 p.

Renu, Phanishwar Nath, 1921-1977.
	The third vow and other stories. Trans. by Kathryn G. Hansen.  
	Delhi: Chanakya Publicaitons, 1986. vi, 185 p.

Reza, Rahi Masoom, 1927-1992.
	[Adha gamva]
	The feuding families of village Gangauli. Trans. by Gillian 
	Wright. New Delhi: Viking Penguin, 1994. xxii, 354 p.
 
Sahni, Bhisham, 1915-
	The boss came to dinner and other stories.  Selected and trans. 
	mostly by Jai Ratan. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1972. 95 p.

Sahni, Bhisham, 1915-
	[Tamasa]
	Kites will fly: a novel. Trans. by Jai Ratan. New Delhi: Vikas, 
	1981. 260 p.

Sahni, Bhisham, 1915-
	[Tamasa]
	Tamas=darkness. Trans. by Jai Ratan. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1988. 239 p.; New Delhi: Penguin India, 1989.  First published as "Kites 
	will fly", 1981.

Sahni, Bhisham, 1915-
	We have arrived at Amritsar and other stories. Trans. by Jai 
	Ratan.  Hyderabad: Disha Books, 1990. vi, 228 p.

Sankrtyayana, Rahula, 1893-1963.
	[Volga se Ganga]
	From Volga to Ganga: a picture in nineteen stories of the 
	historical, economic and political evolution of the human society from 
	6000 B.C. to 1922 A.D. Trans. by Victor Kiernan. Bombay: People's 
	Publication House, 1947. 253 p.; 2nd ed. Mussoorie, India: Rahula 
	Publications, 1953. 256 p.

Seth, Rajee, 1935-
	Against myself and other stories. Trans. by Jasjit Purewal. New 
	Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1993. xiv, 82 p.

Shaani, 1933-   pseud. for Gulshair Khan.
	[Kala jala, 1981]
	Dark waters. Trans. by Jai Ratan, edited by Raji Narasimhan. New 
	Delhi: National, 1986. 278 p.

Shaani, 1933-   pseud. for Gulshair Khan.
	[Sala vanom ka dvipa]
	An island of Sal. Trans. by Kuldip Singh. New Delhi: National, 
	1981. xiv, 88 p.

Sheorey, Anant Gopal, 1911-
	[Jvalamukhi]
	Volcano. Trans. by the author. Bombay: Orient Longmans, 1965. ix, 
	225 p.; New York: Pageant Press, 1965. 219 p.

Shivani, 1923-  see Pant, Gaura, 1923-

Shukla, Shrilal, 1925-
	[Pahala parava]
	Opening moves. Trans. by David Reuben. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1993. vi, 285 p.

Shukla, Shrilal, 1925-
	[Raga darabari, 1968]
	Raag darbari: a novel. Trans. by Gillian Wright. New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books India, 1992. xii, 346 p.

Shyam, Usha
	[Sarhed ke pahredar]
	Guardians of our frontiers. Jaipur: RBSA Publishers, 1990. 174 p.

Singh, Maheep, 1930-
	[Yeh bhi nahi]
	Who walks with me: a novel. Trans. by Saroj Vasishth. New Delhi: 
	Vikas, 1982. 200 p.

Singh, Maheep, 1930-
	Wind screen and other stories. New Delhi: Amrit Publishing House, 
	198?

Sinha, Mridula
	[Jyom memhadi ke ranga]
	Sobs that bloom: a novel. Trans. by R.K. Sinha. New Delhi: Vikas 
	Pub. House, 1986. 131 p.

Sobti, Krishna, 1925-
	Blossoms in darkness. Trans. by Kavita Nagpal. New Delhi: Vikas, 
	1979. 89 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	A bunch of stories. Trans. by Madan Gupta. Aurangabad: Parimal, 
	1982. 230 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	The chess-players and other stories. Trans. by Gurdial Mallik.  
	Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1967. 174 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	Deliverance and other stories. Trans. by David Rubin. London: 
 	Allen & Unwin, 1969.; New Delhi:  Penguin Books, 1989. 262 p. 
	Originally publ. London, 1969.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	[Godan, 1936]
	The gift of a cow. Trans. by Gordon C. Roadermal. Bloomington: 
	Indiana University Press, 1968. 442 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	[Godan, 1936]
	Godan: a novel of peasant India. Trans. by Jai Ratan and P. Lal.  
	Bombay: Jaico Publ. House, 1979. 288 p.; Bombay: Jaico Publ. 
	House, 1987. 288 p. Reprint of 1979.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	A handful of wheat and other stories. Selected & trans. by P.C. 
	Gupta. New Delhi: People's Publishing House, 1955.; 2nd ed. New Delhi: 
	People's Publishing House, 1962. viii, 170 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	Mansarovar. Trans. by Surajit Mahalanobis. New Delhi: Diamond 
	Pocket Books, 1994? Vol 1.  Short stories.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	[Nirmala]
	Nirmala: a novel. Trans. by David Rubin. New Delhi: Vision Books,  
	1988. 168 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	Premchand: an anthology. Edited by Dr. Nagendra. Delhi: Bansal, 
	1981. x, 221 p.;  New Delhi: Konark Publishers, 1987. x, 221 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	A Premchand dozen. Transcreated by Nandini Nopany & P. Lal. 
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1963. 112 p.; Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1983. 112 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	The secret of culture and other stories. Trans. by Madan Gupta.  
	Delhi: Jaico, 1960. 192 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	Short stories of Prem Chand. Edited and trans. by Gurdial Mallik. 
	Bombay: Nalanda Publications, 1946. 166 p. (same as Chessplayers)

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	Stories from Premchand.  Edited & trans. by R.C. Verma. Delhi: 
	Surya Prakashan, 1989. 112 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	Twenty four stories. Trans. by Nandini Nopany and P. Lal. New 
	Delhi: Vikas, 1980. vi, 191 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
	Prem Chand: a tribute. Edited by Bhishan Sahni and C.P. Paliwal.  
	New Delhi: Prem Chand Centenary Celebrations Committee, 1980. 
	vii, 114 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
	Premchand: our contemporary. Edited by Shiv Kumar Misra.  New 
	Delhi: National Publishing House, 1986. xiv, 240 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Bandopadhaya, Manohar
	Life and works of Premchand. New Delhi: Publications Division, 
	Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, 1981. ix, 
	200 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Gopal, Madan, 1919-
	Munshi Premchand: a literary biography. New York: Asia Publishing  
	House, 1964. 462 p.;  New Delhi: Criterion Publications, 1990. xvi, 462.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Gopal, Madan, 1919-
	Premchand. Lahore: The Bookabode, 1944. 130 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Gupta, Prakash Chandra, 1908-
	Prem Chand. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1968. 56 p.; 2nd ed. New 
	Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1977. 64 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Madan, Indar Nath
	Premchand: an interpretation. Lahore: Minerva Book Shop, 1946. 177 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Narain, Govind, 1927-
	Munshi Prem Chand.  Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1980. 178 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Naravane, Vishwanath S.
	Premchand: his life and work. New Delhi: Vikas, 1980. viii, 291 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Pandey, Geetanjali
	Between two worlds: an intellectual biography of Premchand. New 
	Delhi: Manohar, 1989. vii, 225 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Rahbar, Hans Raj, 1914-
	Prem Chand: his life and work. Delhi: Atma Ram, 1957. vii, 188 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Rai, Amrit
	Premchand: a life. Trans. by Harish Trivedi. New Delhi: People's  
	Publishing House, 1982. ix, 413 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Schulz, Siegfried, 1925-
	Premchand: a western appraisal. New Delhi: Indian Council for 
	Cultural Relations, 1981. 42, 34 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Swan, Robert Oscar, 1913-
	Munshi Premcand of Lamhi village. Durham, N.C.: Duke University 
	Press, 1969. ix, 149 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Swan, Robert Oscar, 1913-
	Premchand: a critical evaluation of three stages in the evolution  
	of one of the foremost Hindi short storiy writers. Ann Arbor,  Mich: 
	University Microfilms International, 1967. xix, 254 leaves. [Thesis, 
	University of Pennsylvania.]

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1881-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	Selected short stories by Premchand. New Delhi: Crest Pub. 
	House,1993. 192 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1881-1936. pseud. Premchand.
	The temple and the mosque. Trans. by Rakhshanda Jalil. New Delhi: 
	Indus, 1992. 131 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1881-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Kumar, Jainendra, 1905-
	Premchand: a life in letters. Agra: Y.K. Publ., 1993. v, 170 p.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1881-1936. pseud. Premchand. *
Rai, Amrit, 1921-
	[Premacanda: qalama ka sipahi]
	Premchand: his life and times. Trans. by Harish Trivedi. Delhi: 
 	Oxford University Press, 1991. xi, 413 p.  Reprint of: Premchand: 
	a life.  New Delhi: People's Publishing House, 1982.
 
Tandon, Pratap Narayan, 1932-
	Rita. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Alpha-Beta, 1965.

Vaid, Krishna Baldev, 1927-
	Bimal in bog. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1972. 2 vols.

Vaid, Krishna Baldev, 1927-
	[Guzara hua zamana]
	The broken mirror. Trans. by Charles Sparrows in collaboration 
	with the author. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1994. 343 p.  
	Sequel to:  Steps in darkness.

Vaid, Krishna Baldev, 1927-
	[Doosra na koe, 1978]
	Dying alone: a novella and ten short stories. New Delhi: Penguin 
	Books, 1992. 180 p.

Vaid, Krishna Baldev, 1927-
	Leela: a collection of short stories. ?: Ray Pal Sons, 1993.

Vaid, Krishna Baldev, 1927-
	Silence and other stories. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1972. 94 p.

Vaid, Krishna Baldev, 1927-
	[Uska bachpan, 1957]
	Steps in darkness. Trans. by the author. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 
	1972. 151 p.; New York: Orion Press, 1962. 150 p.; New Delhi: Penguin, 
	1995. 150 p.

Vandyopadhyaya, Pranav Kumar, 1945-
	[Khabara]
	Passing time in Biharipur: a novel. Trans. by Rama Kant Agnihotri 
	and Aditi Mukherjee. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1993. 221 p.

Varma, Shrikant, 1931-1986.
	A winter evening & other stories. Trans. by Jai Ratan. Calcutta: 
	Writers workshop, 1973. 100 p.

Varma, Shrikant, 1931-1986.
	Bitter sweet desire: a novel. Trans. by Krishna Baldev Vaid. 
	Delhi: Bell Books, 1975. 91 p.

Vatsyayan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911-1987.
	[Nadi ke dvipa]
	Islands in the stream: a novel. New Delhi: Vikas, 1980. 355 p.

Vatsyayan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911-1987.
	[Apne apne ajanabi, 1961]
	To each his stranger. Trans. by the author and Gordon Roadarmel.  
	Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1967. 113 p.; 2nd ed. Revised by the 
	author. New Delhi: Vision Books, 1982. 118 p.

Vatsyayan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911-1987.
	[Bhavanti, 1971]
	Truculent clay: a novel. Trans. by the author assisted by Manas 
	Mukul Das. New Delhi: Clarion Books, 1982. 123 p.

Verma, Dayanand, 1931-
	Zindabad? Murdabad? live? die? Trans. by D.P. Pandey. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1985. 119 p.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	The crows of deliverance: stories. Trans. by Kuldip Singh and Jai 
	Ratan. London: Readers International, 1991. 183 p.; Crows of 
	deliverance and other stories. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 
	1991. 183 p.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	[Rata ka riportara, 1989]
	Dark dispatches. Trans. by Alok Bhalla. New Delhi: Indus, 1993. 
	158 p.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	[Ve din, 1964]
	Days of longing. Trans. by Krishna Baldev Vaid. Delhi: Hind Pocket 
	Books, 1972. 160 p.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	The hill station and other stories. Trans. by Jai Ratan. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1973.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	Life here and hereafter. New Delhi: HarperCollins, 199?

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	Maya darpan and other stories. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 
	1986. 238 p.; Published as: A world elsewhere. London: Reader's 
	International, 1988.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	[Eka chitra sukha, 1979]
	A rag called happiness. Trans. by Kuldip Singh. New Delhi: 
	Penguin, 1993.  168 p.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	[Lal teen ke chhat, 1974]
	Red tin roof. Trans. by Kuldip Singh.  New Delhi: Ravi
        Dayal Publishers, 1997. 162 p.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	Such a big yearning & other stories. New Delhi: Indus, 1995. 215 p.

Verma, Nirmal, 1929-
	The world elsewhere and other stories. Trans. by Kuldip Singh and 
	Jai Ratan. London: Readers International, 1988. 238 p. Originally  
	published as: Maya darpan and other stories, 1986.

Vimal, Ganga Prasad, 1939-
	Here and there and other stories. Trans. by various hands. 
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1978. 106 p.

Vimal, Ganga Prasad, 1939-
	[Maricika]
	Mirage. Trans. by K.P. Saradhi and Suzanne M. Pierce. Delhi: 
	Vikrant Press, 1982. 132 p.

Vimal, Ganga Prasad, 1939-
	The talisman: stories and poems of Ganga P. Vimal. Edited by Wendy 
	Wright. London: Forest, 1990. xiv, 297 p.

Yadav, Rajendra, 1929-
	[Kulata]
	The flirt. Trans. by Jai Ratan. Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1975. 99 p.

Yadav, Rajendra, 1929-
	[Sara akash]
	Strangers on the roof. Trans. by Ruth Vanita. New Delhi: Penguin 
	Books India, 1994. 223 p.

Yadav, Rajendra, 1929-
	Where Laxmi lies caged and other stories. Edited by Yuyutsu R.D.  
	Jaipur: Nirala Publications, ?  ? p.

Yashpal, 1903-1976.
	Amita. Trans. by Corinne Friend. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 
	India, 1977. 208 p.

Yashpal, 1903-1976.
	Essence of love: short stories of Yashpal. Trans. by Corinne 
	Friend. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 1976. vii, 143 p.

Yashpal, 1903-1976.
	Short stories of Yashpal. Trans. by Corinne Friend. Philadelphia: 
	University of Pennsylvania Press, 1969. xii, 143 p.

Anthologies of Hindi fiction
Anniversary: a collection of Hindi short stories. Compiled and trans. by 
	Jai Vrat. Delhi: Vikrant Press, 1982. 137 p.

Anthology of Hindi short stories. Compiled by Bhisham Sahni.
	Trans. by Jai Ratan. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1993. vi, 477 p.

Bharatiya nari: Hindi stories by Indian women. Trans. by Nandini  Nopany 
	and P. Lal. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1986. 75 p.

Breakthrough: modern Hindi and Urdu short stories. Selected and edited by 
	Sukrita Paul Kumar. Shimla: Indian  Institute for Advanced Study, 1993. 
	xiii, 335 p.

A bunch of stories. Selected and trans. by Madan Gupta. Aurangabad: 
	Parimal, 1982. 230 p.

Contemporary Hindi short stories. 2nd ed. Edited and trans. by Jai Ratan. 

Contemporary Hindi short stories. Edited and trans. by Jai Ratan. 
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1962. 103 p.; 2nd ed.

Contemporary Hindi short stories. Editors: Mahendra Kulasrestha et al.  
	New Delhi: Amrit Pub. House, 1984. 288 p.

A death in Delhi: modern Hindi short stories. Trans. and edited by Gordon 
	C. Roadarmel. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972. 211 p.; 
	New Delhi: Penguin Books (India), 1989.  211 p.

The golden waist-chain: a selection of Hindi short stories. Trans. and 
	edited by Sara Rai. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1992. xiv, 154 p.

Hindi short stories. Edited by Shrawan Kumar. Trans. by Shrawan Kumar and 
	Prabhakar Machwe. Bombay: Jaico, 1970. 175 p.

Hindi short stories: an anthology. Edited by Rajendra Awasthy.  New Delhi: 
	Vikas, 1981. xv, 184 p.
        
Kala November: the carnage of 1984. Trans. by Saroj Vasishth.
        Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1995. xvii, 219 p.

Modern Hindi short stories. Selected and trans. by Jai Ratan. New Dehli: 
	Allied, 1990. xx, 286 p.

Modern Hindi short story: select stories and assessment. Edited by 
	Mahendra Kulasreshtra, Maheep Singh, Devendra Issar and Kripashanker 
	Singh. Delhi: National, 1974. 288 p.

Special number on modern Hindi short story. Edited by Maheep Singh. Guest 
	editors: Mahendra Kulasrestha, Devendra Issar, Kripa Shanker Singh. New 
	Delhi: Star Publications, 1974. 288 p.  Special number of Sanchetna, 1974.

POETRY
Pre1800

A-J, K, L-M, N-S, T-Z

Alhakhanda
	The lay of Alha: a saga of Rajput chivalry as sung by minstrels of 
	northern India.  Trans. by William Waterfield. Untranslated portions 
	abstracted by George Grierson. London: Oxford University Press, 
	1923. 278 p.; Gurgaon: Vintage Books, 1990. 278 p.

Alhakhanda
	The fight at the Gauna of Queen Bela. Trans. by William Crooke.  
	Bombay: n.p., 1925. 6 p. Reprinted from "The Indian Antiquary".

Anandaghana, fl. 1719-1739.
	Love poems of Ghananand. Trans. by K.P. Bahadur. Delhi: Motilal 
	Banarasidass Publishers, 1977. 202 p.; same, 1991. ix, 101 p.

Biharilal, 1595-1664.
	Bihari: an anthology. Edited by Nagendra. Delhi: Bansal, 1981. x, 
	228 p.; New Delhi: Konark Publ., 1987. x, 228 p.

Biharilal, 1595-1664.
	Dohavali=Short poems of Kabir, Biharilal and Rahim. Trans. by K.S. 
	Ram. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1986. 67 p.

Biharilal, 1595-1664.
	[Satsai]
	Poems of love and wisdom. Trans. by K.P. Bahadur. Bombay: Jaico, 
	1969. iv, 170 p.

Biharilal, 1595-1664.
	[Satsai]
	The Satsai. Trans. by K.P. Bahadur. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1991. 404 p.

Biharilal, 1595-1664.
	[Satsai]
	Satsaiya of Bihari. Edited by George Grierson. Calcutta: Office of 
	the Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1896. vii, 135, 
	5, 293, 21 p.

Biharilal, 1595-1664.
	[Satsai]
	The veiled moon. Trans. by Amarnath Jha. New Delhi: Indian Council 
	for Cultural Relations, 1973. vi, 77 p.

Dadudayala, 1544-1603.
	Dadu, the compassionate mystic. Comp. by K.N. Upadhyaya. Beas: 
	Radha Soami Satsang, 1979. xii, 232 p.

Dadudayala, 1544-1603. *
Jangopal, 17th cent.
	[Dadu janma lila, c1620.]
	The Hindi biography of Dadu Dayal. Edited and Trans. by Winand M. 
	Callewaert. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1988. 178 p.

Dadudayala, 1544-1603. *
Thiel-Horstmann, Monika
	Crossing the ocean of existence: Braj Bhasa religious poetry from 
	Rajasthan, a reader. Wiesbaden: O. Harrassowitz, 1983. viii, 208 p.

Gharibadasa, 1717-1782? *
Gupta, K.C., 1924-
	Sri Garib Das, Haryana's saint of humanity. New Delhi: Impex 
	India, 1976. xx, 216 p.

Jangopal, 17th cent. *
Thiel-Horstmann, Monika
	Crossing the ocean of existence: Braj Bhasa religious poetry from 
	Rajasthan, a reader. Wiesbaden: O. Harrassowitz, 1983. viii, 208 p.

Jayasi, Malik Muhammad, fl. 1540.
	[Padmavati]
	Padmavati. Trans. by A.G. Shirreff. Calcutta: Royal Asiatic 
	Society of Bengal, 1944. xiii, 372, vi p.  Completes the translation of 
	G.A. Grierson and Sudkhakara Dvivedi of 1911.

Jayasi, Malik Muhammad, fl. 1540.
	[Padmavati]
	Padumavati: a linguistic study of the 16th century Hindi (Avadhi). 
	Edited and trans. by Lakshmi Dhar. London: Luzac, 1949. xi, 341 p.

Jayasi, Malik Muhammad, fl. 1540.
	[Padmavati]
	The Padumawati. Trans. & edited by G.A. Grierson and Sudhakara 
	Dvivedi. Calcutta: Asiatic Society, 1911. 6, 625 p. (Cantos I-XXV).
Kabir, 15th cent.
	[Bijak]
	The Bijak of Kabir. Trans. by Linda Hess and Shukdev Singh. San 
	Francisco: North Point Press, 1983. xiii, 200 p.; Delhi: Motilal 
	Banarsidass, 1986.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	[Bijak]
	The Bijak or the complete works of Kabir. Trans. by Ahmad Shah. 
	Hamirpur: Ahmad Shah, 1917. iv, 236 p.; New Delhi: Asian Publishers 
	Services, 1977. iv, 236 pp.; New Delhi: Low Price Publ., 1990. 
	iv, 236 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Couplets from Kabir-Kabir dohe. Edited, trans. & compiled by G.N. 
	Das. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1991. xxxii, 132 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	The darkness of night. Derry, Pa: The Rook Society, 1976. 1 
	broadside.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Dohavali=Short poems of Kabir, Biharilal and Rahim. Trans. by K.S. 
	Ram. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1986. 67 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	The fish in the sea is not thirsty. Versions by Robert Bly. 2nd 
	ed. San Francisco: Rainbow Bridge, 1971. 14 p.; Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1972. 22 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	The flute. Version by Robert Bly. Austin, Texas: Cold Mountain 
	Press, 1974. 1 broadside.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Grass from two years. Let's leave (Kabir translation). Denver: 
	Ally Press, 1975. 8 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Kabir. New Delhi: n.p., 1968.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Kabir. Trans. by Charlotte Vaudeville. London: Oxford University 
	University Press, 1974. xiv, 340 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Kabir. Trans. by S.M. Jhabvala. Bombay: S.H. Jhabvala, 1961. vii, 
	104 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	The Kabir book: forty-four of the ecstatic poems of Kabir. 
	Versions by Robert Bly. Boston: beacon Press, 1977. 71 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Kabir, lover of life: translations of some dohas. Trans. by R.H. 
	Lesser. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corp., 1985. vi, 36 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Kabir, simply wonderful: translations of some dohas (couplets of 
	Kabir). Trans. by R.H. Lesser. Rev. ed. Bangalore: Asian Trading Corp., 
	1994. xvii, 54 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Kabir: 28 poems. Versions by Robert Bly. New York: Siddha Yoga 
	Dham, 1975. 28 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Love songs of Kabir. Trans. by G.N. Das. New Delhi: Abhinav 
	Publications, 1992. 179 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Love, the first syllable: the mystic songs of Kabir in Pritish 
	Nandy's version. Sahibabad: Tarang Paperbacks, 1983. ix, 50 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Mystic songs of Kabir. Trans. by G.N. Das. New Delhi: Abhinav, 
	Publications, 1992. 179 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	[Anurag sagar]
	The ocean of love: the Anurag Sagar of Kabir. Trans. and edited 
	under the direction of Sant Ajaib Singh Ji. Sanbornton, New Hampshire: 
	Santi Bani Ashram, 1982. xxxii, 219 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	One hundred and seventy-five moral sayings of Kabir selected and 
	and translated into English. Trans. by Lala Kanoo Lal. Madras: 
	n.p., 1923.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	One hundred poems of Kabir. Trans. by Rabindranath Tagore, 
	assisted by Evelyn Underhill.  London: n.p., 1914; London: Macmillan, 
	1948. xliv, 105 p.; Madras: Macmillan, 1973. 89 p.; New Delhi: Cosmo, 
	1985. 145 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	[Tisa yantra]
	Pearls of wisdom. Trans. by D. Ramsewak. Mauritius: Graphico Ltd. 
	198?  56, 16 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Poems of Kabir, and a prose essay on Kabir. Trans. by K.M. Sen. 
	Bolpur: Brahmacharyasrama, 1910-1911. 4 parts.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Sayings of Kabir. Trans. into English verse by Gananath Das. 
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1993. 123 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	The sayings of Kabir. Trans. by Lala Kannoo Mal. Triplicane: S. 
	Ganesan, 1923. 2, 49 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	`Says Kabir': eternal, haunting, mystic: a poetry of the great 
	seer-poet Kavir in a new and sensitive verse translation.  Selected and 
	trans. by Rajinder Singh Verma. New Delhi: Enkay Publishers, 1988? xiv, 
	134 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Seven hundred sayings. Trans. by Paul Smith. n.p.: New Humanity 
	Books, 1988. 93 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Songs of Kabir from the Adi Granth. Trans. by Nirmal Dass. Ithaca: 
	State University of New York Press, 1991. 359 p.; Delhi: Sri Satguru 
	Publicaitons, 1992. 359 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	[Bijak]
	A translation of Kabir's complete Bijak into English. Trans. by 
	Prem Chand. Moghyr: Lalit Mohan Sinha, 1911. viii, 123 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	Try to live to see this! Versions by Robert Bly. Denver: The Ally 
	Press, 1976. 16 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	The vision of Kabir: love poems of a 15th century weaver-sage. 
	Trans. by Sehdev Kumar. Waterloo, Ont.: Alpha & Omega, 1984. iii, 245 p.

Kabir, 15th cent.
	The words of Kabir: free versions. By Harold Morland. Ambleside: 
	H. Morland, 1972. 47 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. *
Bodhananda, 17th cent.
	Translation of Bodhananda's Sanskrit commentary on Kabir's poems: 
	sakhis, ramainis & minor poems. Trans. by H.V. Trivedi. Patna: Kashi 
	Prasad jayaswal Research Institute, 1989. ii, 280 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. *
Hedayetullah, Muhammad
	Kabir: the apostle of Hindu-Muslim unity, interaction of 
	Hindu-Muslim ideas in the formation of the Bhakti movement with special 
	reference to Kabir, the Bhakta. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1977. xxix, 
	320 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. *
Keay, Frank Ernest
	Kabir and his followers. New York: Oxford, 1931. 186 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. * 
Machwe, Prabhakar Balvant, 1917-
	Kabir. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1968. 59 p.; 2nd ed. 1977. 59 p.; 
	2nd ed. 1977. 59 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. *
Scott, David Carlyle, 1935-
	Kabir's mythology; the religious perceptions, doctrine, and 
	practices of a medieval Indian saint. Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan, 
	1985. vi, 275 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. *
Scott, David Carlyle, 1935-
	Kabir: mystic or maverick?  Bangalore: Indian Institute of World 
	Culture, 1992. 19 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. *
Sethi, Virendra Kumar
	Kabir: the weaver of god's name. New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, 
	1984. xvi, 762 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. * 
Singh, Jodh, 1882-1982.
	Kabir. 2nd ed. Patiala: Guru Gobind Singh Dept. of Religious 
	Studies, Punjabi University, 1989. 52 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. *
Tiwari, Paras Nath, 1922-
	[Kabira]
	Kabir. Trans. by J.P. Uniyal.  New Delhi: National Book Trust, 
	India, 1968. vi, 84

Kabir, 15th cent. *
Varma, Ram Kumar, 1905-
	Kabir: biography and philosophy. New Delhi: Prints India, 1977. 
	vi, 152 p.; 2nd ed. New Delhi: Prints India, 1989. vi, 152 p.

Kabir, 15th cent. *
Vaudeville, Charlotte
	A weaver named Kabir: selected verses with a detailed biographical 
	and historical introduction. New Delhi: oxford University Press, 1993. 
	399 p.

Kesavadasa, 1555?-1617?
	[Rasikapriya]
	Rasikapriya of Keshavadasa. Trans. by K.P. Bahadur. Delhi: Motilal 
	Banarsidass, 1972. xxvii, cxiii, 248 p.

Kesavadasa, 1555?-1617?
	[Ramacandrika]
	Selections from Ramacandrika of Kesavadasa. Trans. by K.P. 
	Bahadur. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1976. xiii, 177 p.
Lay of Nihal De, or, the Suttee Nihal De, a tragic folk ballad with 
	research. Trans. by Ram B. Yadav. Delhi: Atma Ram, 1981. vi, 68 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546.
	The devotional poems of Mirabai. Trans. by A.J. Alston.  Delhi: 
	Motilal Banarsidass, 1980. x, 144 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546.
	The devotional poems of Mirabai. Trans. by Shreeprakash Kurl. 
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1973. 87 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546.
	In the dark of the heart: songs of Meera. Trans. by Shama 
	Futehally. New Delhi: Indus HarperCollins, 1996. 139 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546.
	Mira: the divine lover. By V.K. Sethi. Dera Baba Jaimal Singh: 
	Radha Soami Satsang Beas, 1979. x, 252 p.; 2nd ed., rev. and enl.  Dera 
	Baba Jaimal Singh: Radha Soami Satsang Beas, 1988. x, 211 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546.
	Mirabai versions. Trans. by Robert Bly. New York: Red Ozier Press, 
	1980. 14 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546.
	New lays of Ind with ten bhajans of Meera. Trans. by I.N. Dey. 
	Calcutta: Prabir Kumar De, 1967.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546.
	Songs of Meera: lyrics in ecstasy. Trans. by Baldoon Dhingra. New 
	Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1977. 135 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546.
	[Mirabai ki sabdavali]
	Songs of Mirabai. Trans. by R.C. Tandan. Allahabad: Hindi Mandir, 
	1934. 72 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546.
	The songs of Mirabai. Trans. by Pritish Nandy. New Delhi: 
	Arnold-Heinemann, 1975. 71 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546. *
	Meera sudha sindhu. Edited by Swami Anand Swarup. Bhilwara: n.p., 
	1992.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546. *
	Banke-Vihari
	The story of Mira Bai. 2nd ed. Gorakhpur: Gita Press, 1937. 150 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546. *
Mukta, Parita
	Upholding the common life: the community of Mirabai. Delhi: Oxford 
	University Press, 1994. xv, 269 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546. *
	Nilsson, Usha
	Mira Bai. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1969. 70 p.; 2nd ed. 1977. 
	58 p.

Mirabai, fl 1516-1546. *
Vaswani, Thanwardas, Lilaram, 1879-1966.
	Saint Mira. 2nd ed. Poona: St. Mira's English Medium School, 196? 
	88 p.
Namadeva, 1270-1350.
	[Padavali]
	The Hindi padavali of Namdev: a critical edition of Namdev's Hindi 
	songs with translation and annotation. Trans. by Winand M. 
	Callewaert and Mukund Lath. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1989. 
	viii, 430 p.

Namadeva, 1270-1350. *
	Namdev: the saint-poet. Edited by Jagan Nath. New Delhi: Namdev 
	Mission Trust, 1983. 80 p.

Namadeva, 1270-1350. *
Machwe, Prabhakar Balvant, 1917-
	Namdev: life and philosophy. Patiala: Punjab University, 1968. iv, 
	142 p. Includes trans. of his poems. 53 p.

Namadeva, 1270-1350. *
Maurya, R.N., 1934-
	Namdev, his mind and art: a linguistic analysis of Namdev's 
	poetry. New Delhi: Bahri, 1988. viii, 196 p.

Nandadasa, fl. 1568.
	[Rasapancadhyayi]
	The round dance of Krishna, and Uddhav's message.  Trans. by R.S. 
	McGregor. London: Luzac, 1973. xi, 135 p.

Narapati Nalha, 12th cent.
	[Bisaladeva raso]
	The Visaladevarasa: a restoration of the text. Trans. by John D. 
	Smith. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1976. viii, 335 p.

Rahim
	Dohavali=Short poems of Kabir, Biharilal and Rahim. Trans. by K.S. 
	Ram. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1986. 67 p.

Rajjab, fl. 1567-1689?
	The Sarvangi of the Dadupanthi Rajab. Trans. by Winand M. 
	Callewaert. Delhi: International Dealers, D.K. Agencies, 1978. 4, 446 p.

Ravidasa, 15th cent. *
Callewaert, Winand M and Peter G. Friedlander
	The life and works of Raidas. New Delhi: Manohar Publishers, 1992. 
	335 p.

Ravidasa, 15th cent. *
Upadhyay, K.N.
	Guru Ravidas: life and teachings. ?: Radha Soami Satsang, Beas, 
	1982.

Saha, Hirade, 1680-1739.
	Hridaya prakash of Hirde Sah. Trans. by C.D. Bijalwan and R.D. 
	Jha. New Delhi: Shri Prannath Mission, 1976. xxiv, 83, 12 p.

Sundaradasa, 1596?-1689? *
Thiel-Horstmann, Monika
	Crossing the ocean of existence: Braj Bhasa religious poetry from 
	Rajasthan, a reader. Wiesbaden: O. Harrassowitz, 1983. viii, 208 p.

Suradasa, 1483?-1563?
	The divine sports of Krishna: poems of Sur Dasa. Trans. by 
	A.J.Alston. London: ?, 1993. 10, 236 p.

Suradasa, 1483?-1563?
	Rosary of hymns (selected poems) of Surdas. Trans. by             
	Jaikishandas Sadani. New Delhi: Wiley Eastern, 1991. xxx, 231 p.

Suradasa, 1483?-1563?
	Surdas. Trans. and edited by Usha Nilsson. New Delhi: Sahitya 
	Akademi, 1982. 106 p.

Suradasa, 1483?-1563?
	Surdas: poetry and personality. Edited by S.N. Srivastava. Agra:  
	Sur Smarak Mandal, 1978. 34, 209, 85, 11 p.

Suradasa, 1483?-1563? *
	Suradasa: a revaluation. Edited by Nagendra. New Delhi: National, 
	1979. 294 p.

Suradasa, 1483?-1563? *
	Suradasa: his mind and art. Edited by Nagendra and K. D. Sharma. 
	Chandigarh: Bahri Publications, 1978. 57 p.

Suradasa, 1483?-1563? *
Bryant, Kenneth E.
	Poems to the child-God: structures and strategies in the poetry of 
	Surdas. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978. 263 p.

Suradasa, 1483?-1563? *
Hawley, John Stratton, 1941-
	Sur Das: poet, singer, saint. Seattle: University of Washington 
	Press, 1984. xx, 233 p.

Suradasa, 1483?-1563? *
Husain, Ahmad, 1942-
	Erotic sentiments in Indian literature with reference to Surdasa 
	and Potana. Delhi: Atmaram, 1982. ix, 369 p.
Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	Complete works of Gosvami Tulsidas. Trans. by S.P. Bahadur. 
	Varanasi: Prachya Prakashan, 1978-80. 6 vols.; New Delhi: Munshiram 
	Manoharlal Publishers, 1994-   .

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
        Couplets from Thulasee Das. Trans. by G.N. Das. New Delhi: Abhinav
        Publications, 1997. 136 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Ramacaritamanasa]
	The gospel of love: an English rendering of Tulasi's Shri Rama 
	Charita Manasa (the spiritual lake of Rama's pastimes).  Trans. 
	by Chandan Lal Dhody. New Delhi: Siddharth Publications, 1987. 
	xxviii, 601 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Ramacaritamanasa]
	The Holy lake of the acts of Rama: an English translation of 
	Tulasi Das's Ramacaritamanasa. Trans. by W. Douglas P. Hill. Calcutta: 
	Indian Branch, Oxford University Press, 1952. xxxvii, 538 p.; same 1971.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Kavitavali]
	Kavitavali. Trans. by F.R. Allchin. London: Allen & Unwin, 1964. 
	229 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Vinaya patrika]
	Petition to Ram: Hindi devotional hymns of the seventeenth 
	century. Trans. by F.R. Allchin. London: Allen & Unwin, 1966. 335 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Sriramacharitamanasa]
	Ramacaritamanasa: the holy lake of the acts of Rama. Trans. by R. 
	C. Prasad. Delhi: ?, 1988. 894 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Ramacaritamanasa]
	Ramayana. Trans. by B.K. Ahluvalia. Madras: Orient Longmans. 1974. 
	53 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Ramacaritamanasa]
	Ramayana of Goswami Tulsidas. Edited and trans. by S.P. Bahadur. 
	Bombay: Jaico, 1972. xiv, 414 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Ramacaritamanasa]
	Ramayana of Tulasidasa. Trans. by F.S. Growse. Edited and revised 
	by R.C. Prasad. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1978. lx, 719 p.; 2nd 
	rev. ed. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1987. lx, 719 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Ramacaritamanasa]
	Ramayana of Tulsidas. Trans. by A.G. Atkins. New Delhi: Hindustan 
	Times, 1954. 2 vols.; Calcutta: Birla Institute of Art and 
	Culture, 1966. 
	2 vols.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623.
	[Ramacaritamanasa]
	Sri Ramacharitamanasa, or, The Manasa lake brimming over with the 
	exploits of Sri Rama. Chandigarh: Shree Geeta Press, 1984. 904 p.; 
	Gorakhpur: Gita Press, 1991. 865 p.; 7th ed. Gorakhpur: Gita 
	Press, 1993? xv, 782 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
	Tulasidasa: his mind and art. Edited by Nagendra. New Delhi: 
	National Publishing House, 1977. x, 318 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
Babineau, Edmour J.
	Love of God and social duty in the Ramacharitamanas. Delhi: 
	Motilal Banarasidas, 1979. iv, 207 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
Bahadur, K.P.
	Ramacharitamanas: a study in perspective. Delhi: Ess Ess 
	Publications, 1976. 365 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
Bahadur, Satyaprakash
	The Ramayana of Gosvami Tulasidas. Bombay: Jaico, 1972. xvi, 416 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
Gopal, Madan, 1919-
	Tulasi Das: a literary biography. New Delhi: Bookabode, 1977. xii, 
	118 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
Handoo, Chandrakumar
	Tulasidasa: poet, saint and philosophier of sixteenth century.  
	Bombay: Orient Longmans, 1964. xxii, 300 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
Hebbar, Kattingeri Krishna, 1912-
	Tulsidas: Hebbar's narration in lines=Tulasidasa: Hebbara ke rekha 
	prastuti. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, 1989. 128 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
Mohan, R.
	Glimpses into Ramacharitamanas. Allahabad: Girijabhavan, 1976. xv, 
	156 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
Sharma, S.N.
	The jewel of Hindi literature. Bombay: Hind Kitab, 1954. xvi, 156 p.

Tulasidasa, 1532-1623. *
Singh, Devendra
	Tulsidas. New Delhi: National Book Trust, 1971. 86 p.

Vidyapati, 15th cent.
	Love lyrics of Vidyapati. Tr. by Subhash Chandra Sarkar. Patna: 
	Search Light Press, 1969. 85 p.

Vidyapati, 15th cent.
	Love songs of Vidyapati. Trans. by Deben Bhattacharya. London: 
	George Allen & Unwin, 1963. 148 p.; Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1970. 
	212 p.; Delhi: Motilal Banarssidas, 1987. 148 p.

Vidyapati, 15th cent.
	A metrical translation of selected Maithili lyrics of Vidyapati. 
	By Richard Alan Hartz. Seattle: University of Washingon, 1979. ii, 152 
	leaves.  Thesis, (M.A.) University of Washington.

Vidyapati, 15th cent.
	Songs of Vidyapati. Edited and trans. by Subhadra Jha. Banares: 
	Motilal Banarsidass, 1954. 390 p.

Vidyapati, 15th cent.
	Songs of Vidyapati. Trans. by Sri Aurobindo. Pondicherry: Sri 
	Aurobindo Asram, 1956.

Vidyapati, 15th cent.
	Vidyapati=Bangiya padabali: Songs of the love of Radha and 
	Krishna. Trans. by Ananda Coomaraswamy and Arun Sen. London: Old 
	Bourne, 1915. 191 p.; Varanasi: Bharatiya Publ. House, 1979. xi, 191 p. 

Vidyapati, 15th cent.
	Vidyapati: renderings in English verse. Trans. by Dinesh Chandra 
	Datta. Edited by Stephen Allen. Calcutta: the editor, 1941. 64 p.

Vidyapati, 15th cent. *
Jha, Ramanath, 1907-1971.
	Vidyapati. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1972. 75 p.


POETRY
post 1800

A-O, P-R, S-Z

Agarwal, Bharat Bhushan, 1919-1975.
	Dissections. Trans. by Vishnu Khare. Calcutta: Writers Workshop,  
	1983. 48 p.

Bachchan, Harbans Rai, 1907-1989.
	[Madhushala, 1935]
	The house of wine. Trans. by Marjorie Boulton and Ram Swarup Vyas. 
	London: Fortune Press, 1950. 45 p.; Delhi: Penguin India, 1989. xxi, 
	121 p.

Bhatnagar, Mahendra, 1926-
	After the forty poems. Trans. by Ram Sevak Singh Yadav, Varendra 
	Kumar Varma, Amir Mohammad Khan; compiled by Sudha Rani. New Delhi: S. 
	Chand, 1979. 78 p.

Bhatnagar, Mahendra, 1926-
	Forty poems of Mahendra Bhatnagar. Trans. by Amir Muhammad Khan 
	and Lakmisankar. New Delhi: S. Chand, 1968. 132 p.

Budhmall, Muni
	Thus spoke the eyes. Trans. by Dinesh Chandra Sharma.  Churu, 
	Rajasthan: Adarsh Sahitya Sangh, 1971. 102 p.

Chandralekha
	Fire, counter-fire=himsa, prati-himsa. text & visuals. Madras: 
	Skills/Cultural Centre, 1983? 70 p.  Hindi & English text

Chandralekha
	[Eka aura khabara]
	One more news=Eka aura khabara. {Poem in Hindi, Harindranath 
	Chattopadyaya} Trans. by Vina Shivpuri. Madras: Produced by 
	Skills, 1987. 54 p.

Cidananda, 19th cent.
	Verses from Cidananda. Trans. and comp. by Ganesh Lalwani. 
	Calcutta: Jain Bhawan, 1987. 49 p.

Dewal, Chandra Prakash, 1949-
	[Paagi, 1977]
	The tracker: an anthology of Rajasthani poetry. Trans. by Shyam 
	Mathur. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1993. viii, 80 p.

Dinkar, Ramdharisinh, 1908-1974.
	Kurukshetra. Trans. by R.K. Kapur.  London: n.p., 1967.

Dinkar, Ramdharisinh, 1908-1974.
	[Rasmirathi]
	Sun charioteer. Trans. by R.D. Dunda, D. Nelson and P. Staneslow.  
	Minnesota: Nagari Press, 1981.

Dinkar, Ramdharisinh, 1908-1974.
	Voices of the Himalaya: poems. Trans. by the author, Kamala 
	Ratnam, V.K. Gokak and others.  Bombay: Asia Publishing House, 
	1966. vi, 70 p.

Divik, Ramesh
	Feather. Trans. by divers hands. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1983. 60 p.

Divya, Ambika Prasad, 1907-
	The woman of Khajuraha. Ajaigarh: Sahitya Sadan, 1964. 111 p.

Dwivedi, Kamala Kant, 1935-
	Today the sun has appeared again. New Delhi: Siddharth Publ., 
	1987. 83 p.

Ganguli, Ordhendra Coomar, 1881-
	Love poems in Hindi. Calcutta: A.N. Ganguli, 1936. viii, 59 p. 
	English/Romanized Hindi text.

Gautam, Laxman Datt, 1935-
	Song of the morrow: a collection of poems. Trans. by Indrajit 
	Bhattacharya. New Delhi: India Publishers and Distributors, 1988. 94 p.

Gulzar, 1938-
	Silences: selected poems. Trans. by Rina Singh. New Delhi: Rupa & 
	Co., 1994. 124 p.

Gupta, Maithili Sarana, 1886-1964.
	Maithilisarana Gupta: an anthology. Edited by Dr. Nagendra. Delhi: 
	Bansal, 1981. x, 255 p.

Gupta, Maithili Sarana, 1886-1964. *
Mani, K.S.
	Maithilisharan Gupta and Vallathol. New Delhi: National Publishing 
	House, 1966.

Gupta, Siyaram Sharan, 1895-
	Cross-bearer (Krus-dhar) Trans. by A.G. Shirreff. London: Royal 
	Indian, Pakistan and Ceylon Society, 1961. viii, 19 p.

Harioudh, Ayodhya Singh Upadhyay, 1865-1941.
	[Priya pravas, 1914]
	Lover's sojourn or Hariodhyji's Priyaprabas. Trans. by Shreedhar  
	Nath Sharma. Calcutta: Thacker Spink & Co., Ltd, 1950.

Jain, Indu, 1935-
	[Kitni avadhi]
	In monochrome. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1988. 51 p.

Jain, Indu, 1935-
	Kiss is a whim: poems. New Delhi: Indian Literary Review Editions, 
	1981. 48 p.

Jha, Canda, 1830-1909. *
Misra, Jayadeva
	Chanda Jha. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1981. 63 p.

Jha, Sitaram, 1891-1975. *
Jha, Bhimnath, 1945-
	Sitaram Jha. Trans. by Jagadish Prasad Karna. New Delhi: Sahitya  
	Akademi, 1990. 88 p.

Khandelwal, Rameshwar Lal, 1919-.  pseud. Tarun
	The poetry of R.L. Khandelwal `Tarun': a collection of papers & 
	poems. Edited & trans. by A.N. Dwivedi. Allahabad: Kitab Mahal, 
	1995. xi, 140 p.

Krishnamurti, Raghuvanshi and Narendra Kumar and Veerendra Kumar
	The ballad of Budhni. By Veerendra Kumar, Narendra Kumar and 
	Raghuvanshi Krishnamurti. Trans. by Vasantha Surya. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1992. 34 p.

Kumar, Narendra and Veerendra Kumar and Raghuvanshi Krishnamurti
	The ballad of Budhni. By Veerendra Kumar, Narendra Kumar and 
	Raghuvanshi Krishnamurti. Trans. by Vasantha Surya. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1992. 34 p.

Kumar, Veerendra and Narendra Kumar and Raghuvanshi Krishnamurti
	The ballad of Budhni. By Veerendra Kumar, Narendra Kumar and 
	Raghuvanshi Krishnamurti. Trans. by Vasantha Surya. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1992. 34 p.

Madhukara, Mani
	The poetry of Mani Madhukar. Trans. by M. Ryan. New Delhi: Lipi 
	Prakasan, 1980. 76 p.

Maharaj, Huzur, 1829-1898.
	Prem bani Radhasoami: poetry of Param Purush Puran Dhai Huzur 
	Maharaj. Trans. by S. D. Maheshwari. Agra: Radha Soami Satsang, 1980. 
	4 vols.

Mehrotra, Lakhan L., 1934-
	Kavitanjali. Aligarh, U.P.: Skylark Publications, 1989. 74 p. 
	English/Hindi text.; Kavitanjali: an offering of poems. Trans. by the 
	author. Jamaica, N.Y.: Agni Press, 1990. iii, 43 p.

Nirala, pseud see Tripathi, Suryakant, 1898-1961.
Pachori, Laxminarayan 
	[Gyaraha kavitaem, 1988]
	Gyaraha kavitaem=Eleven poems. Calcutta: Sabarnarekha, 1988-  . ? vol.

Pant, Sumitra Nandan, 1900-
	The return of Sarasvati: translations of the poetry of Prasad, 
	Nirala, Pant and Mahadevi. Trans. by David Rubin. Philadelphia: 
	Department of South Asia Regional Studies, University of 
	Pennsylvania, 1993. xi, 201 p.

Pathak, Sridhar, 1859-1928. *
	[Raghuvamsh]
	Shridhar Pathak. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1985.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	[Amsu, 1926]
	Ansu=tears. Trans. by Jaikrishna Sadani. Calcutta: Rupa, 1979. 
	viii, 42 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	[Kamayani, 1935]
	Cupid-maid. Trans. by Jagat Bhardwaj. Amritsar: Jagat Jagrit 
	Kendra, 1974.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	[Kamayani, 1935]
	Jai Shankar Prasad's Kamayani: a Hindi epic translated into 
	English verse. Trans. by Hari Chand Bansal. Delhi: Saraswati 
	House, 1987. xii, 268 p.; Rev. ed. Delhi: B.R. Publ. Corp., 1996. 
	xix, 550 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	[Kamayani, 1935]
	Kamayani. Trans. by B.L. Sahney. Delhi: Yogbodh Prakashan, 1971.  
	xii, 215 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	[Kamayani, 1935]
	Kamayani. Trans. by Jaikrishnadas Sadani. Calcutta: Rupa, 1975.  
	277 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	[Kamayani, 1935]
	Kamayani. Trans. by Manohar Bandopadhyay. New Delhi: Ankuv Publ. 
	House, 1978. xv, 304 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	[Kamayani, 1935]
	Kamayani. Trans. by Satya Narayan Purohit. Jaipur: Samriddhi 
	Prakashan, 1988. 204 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	Maelstrom. Delhi: Macmillan India, 1986. xxii, 187 p.  Hindi and 
	English text.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	The return of Sarasvati: translations of the poetry of Prasad, 
	Nirala, Pant and Mahadevi. Trans. by David Rubin. Philadelphia: 
	Department of South Asia Regional Studies, University of 
	Pennsylvania, 1993. xi, 201 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937.
	[Amsu, 1926]
	Tears: Jayashankar Prasad's Aansoo. Trans. by O.P. Govil. Aligarh: 
	Shakun Publications, 1986. 78 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937. *
	Jayashankar Prasad, his mind and art. Edited by Nagendra. Delhi: 
	Prabhat Prakashan, 1989. 200 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937. *
Pota, Nirupama, 1931-
	Content analysis of Hindi literature: preparation of manual & 
	application. Bombay: Himalaya Pub. House, 1987. x. 414 p.  With 
	reference to the works of Jai Shankar Prasad.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937. *
Shah, Ramesh Chandra
	Jaishankar Prasad. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1978. 84 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937. *
Singh, Rajendra
	Jaishankar Prasad. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1982.

Rahul, Sankrityayan, 1893-1963. *
Machwe, Prabhakar Balvant, 1917-
	Rahul Sankrityayan. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1978. 60 p.

Rakeshgupta, 1920-
        The sixteen heroines=Shodasanayika. Aligarh: Granthayan, 1992. lx p.  
	Hindi/English text.

Ramesh, Divik, 1946-
	Feather. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1994. 90 p.

Rathi, Santi Devi, 1935-
	Indira prasasti sataka. Candigarha: Hariya Sahitya Akademi, 1992. 
	52 p.  Hindi, English, Sanskrit text.
Sahaba, Tulasi, 1763-1843.
	Tulsi Sahib, saint of Hathras: poems. Dera Baba Jaimal Singh, 
	Punjab: Radha Soami Satsang Beas, 1978. viii, 112p.

Saraf, Gopal Krishna, 1926-
	Behind the mask. Trans. by M.M. Thakore. Calcutta: Rupa, 1981. 58 p.

Saxena, Sarveshwar Dayal, 1927-1983.
	[Khuntiyom para tange loga, 1976-81]
	People hanging from pegs, 1976-81. Trans. by Vijay Munshi. New 
	Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1995. x, 22 p.

Saxena, Sarveshwar Dayal, 1927-1983.
	Poems. Trans. by Vijay Munshi. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1989.  40 p.

Sehgal, Pratap
	Nachiketa's odyssey: a collection of poems. Trans. by R.L. Sharma. 
	New Delhi: Samkaleen Prakashan, 1989. xiv, 100 p.

Sethia, Kanhaiyalal
	[Pratibimba]
	Reflections in a mirror. Trans. by A.K. Bhatt. Bombay: V. Prakash  
	1973. 82 p.

Singh, Rajendra Prasad
	So here I stand. Trans. by the author. N.p.: Beach Brove Books, 
	1976. 40 p.

Singhi, B.M., 1914-
	Echoes of eternity. Trans. by Savita Saigal. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1979. 163 p.

Srinivas, Krishna, 1913-
	[Pavana pracanda]
	Pavana pracanda="Winds". Trans. by Gopikrishna Vyasa. Jayapura: 
	Cinmaya Prakasna, 1981. 2, 121 p.

Srinivas, Krishna, 1913- *
	Krishna's poetry: assessment of the poetry of Dr. Krishna Srinivas 
	by 60 eminent world poets from all the six continents.  Madras: Poets 
	Press India, 1979. 129 p.

Suryamalla, 1815-1868. *
Sharma, Vishnu Dutt, 1933-
	Surya Mall Mishran. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1976. iv, 38 p.

Tarun, pseud. see Khandelwal, Rameshwar Lal, 1919-

Tripathi, Suryakant, 1898-1961. pseud. Nirala
	The return of Sarasvati: translations of the poetry of Prasad, 
	Nirala, Pant and Mahadevi. Trans. by David Rubin. Philadelphia: 
	Department of South Asia Regional Studies, University of 
	Pennsylvania, 1993. xi, 201 p.

Tripathi, Suryakant, 1898-1961. pseud. Nirala
	Season on the earth: selected poems of Nirala. Trans. by D. Rubin. 
	New York: Columbia University Press, 1976. 152 p.

Upadhyay, Vishwambhar Nath, 1925-
	[Adama khora]
	Adama khora=the man-eater. Trans. by I.K. Sharma. Jaipur: 
	Pakshadhar Prakashan, 1978. 16 p.

Vajpeyi, Ashok, 1941-
        All but alone: a selection of poems. Trans. by Teji Grover et al.
        New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications, 1996. 134 p.

Vajpeyi, Kailash, 1934-
	Beyond the self. Trans. by the author. New Delhi: Indian Literary  
	Review Editions, 1978. 57 p.

Vandyopadhyaya, Pranav Kumar, 1945-
	I shall face you. Trans. by Rama Kant Agnihotri. New Delhi: Ankur  
	Publishing House, 1982. 63 p.

Vandyopadhyaya, Pranav Kumar, 1945-
	[Naksalabari, 1979]
	Naxalbari. Trans. by Rama Kant Agnihotri.  N.p.: Sunday Press, 
	1981. 96 p.

Varma, Mahadevi, 1907-1987.
	The return of Sarasvati: translations of the poetry of Prasad, 
	Nirala, Pant and Mahadevi. Trans. by David Rubin. Philadelphia: 
	Department of South Asia Regional Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 
	1993. xi, 201 p.

Varma, Mahadevi, 1907-1987.
	Selected poems. Trans. by L.S. Sinha. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1987. 137 p.

Varma, Mahadevi, 1907-1987. *
Schomer, Karine
	Mahadevi Varma and the Chhayavad age of modern Hindi poetry. 
	Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983. 3 xv, 335 p.

Varma, Shrikant, 1931-1986.
	Otherwise and other poems. Trans. by Vishnu Khare and others. 
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1972. 47 p.

Varma, Shrikant, 1931-1986.
	[Magadha]
	Shrikant Verma's Magadha. Trans. by Ajit Khullar. New Delhi: 
	Allied Publishers, 1990. 91 p.

Varma, Shrikant, 1931-1986. *
Singh, Darshan, 1936-
	Shrikant Verma, Hindi poet: reminiscences. New Delhi: United 
	Children's Movement, 1988. 80 p.

Varma, Vrindavanlal, 1889-1969. *
Saxena, Rajiv
	Vrindavanlal Varma. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1982. 79 p.

Vatsyayan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911-1987.
	More poems by Agyeya: the revolving rock and other poems. Trans. 
	by Sachchidananda Vatsyayan in collaboration with Leonard Nathan. 
	Calcutta: Dialogue Calcutta, 1969. 16 p.

Vatsyayan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911-1987.
	[Nilambari]
	Nilambari. Delhi: Clarion Books, 1981. 86 p.

Vatsyanan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911-1987.
	Selected poems. Edited by Pritish Nandy. Calcutta: P. Nandy, 1969. 
	16 p.

Vatsyayan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911-1987.
	Selected poems of Agyeya: the unmastered lute and other poems.  
	Trans by the author in collaboration with Leonard Nathan. 
	Calcutta: Rina Nandy, 1969. 16 p.

Vatsyanan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911-1987.
	Signs and silence: selections from the poetry of 'Agyeya'. Trans. 
	by the author and Leonard E. Nathan. Delhi: Simant Publications, India, 
	1976. 153 p.

Vimal, Ganga Prasad, 1939-
	No sooner and other poems. Trans. by Rattan Chouhan and others.  
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1979.; Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1987. 47 p.

Vimal, Ganga Prasad, 1939-
	The talisman: stories and poems in Hindi and in English. Edited by 
	Wendy Wright. London: Forest Books, 1990. xvi, 291 p.

POETRY ANTHOLOGIES
Ashta chhap: Lord Krishna's eight poet friends. Trans. by Shyam Das. 
	Delhi: Shri Vallabha Publications, 1985. xxvii, 299 p.

Contemporary Rajasthani poetry. Trans. by I.K. Sharma.  Bikaner:  
	Rajasthani Bhasa Sahitya Sangam, 1979. xxxvi, 247 p.

Hindi poetry today. Jagdish Chaturvedi. New Delhi: Samkaleen Prakashan, 
	1993-. vol. 1: 139 p.

Indian poetry today. General editor: Keshav Malik. New Delhi: Indian 
	Council for Cultural Relations, 1974-1981. 4 vol.  Vol. 2 
	includes Hindi poetry; Rev. ed. New Delhi: Indian Council for 
	Cultural Relations, 1985-.  Vol. 2 includes Hindi poetry.

Jela kavitaem=Poems from the prison. Edited by Nimai Ghosha, Braj Raya. 
	Trans. by Vanita Rayacaudhari. New Delhi: Hiravala Prakasana, 
	1978. 31 p.

Modern Hindi poetry. Edited by Vidya Niwas Misra. s.l.: Garutman Books, 
	1990. 150 p.  Hindi/English text.

Modern Hindi poetry: an anthology. Edited by Vidya Niwas Misra.  Trans. by 
	Leonard Nathan and others. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1965. 
	126 p.; Agra: Y K Publishers, 1985. 136 p.

Mystic and love poetry of medieval Hindi with introduction, texts, 
	grammar, notes, translations and glossary by Anoop Chandola. New Delhi: 
	Today & Tomorrow's Pritners & Publishers, 1982. viii, 147 p.

One hundred rural songs of India. Trans. by K.P. Bahadur. Delhi:  Motilal 
	Banarasidass, 1977. xiv, 198 p.

People and the self: a Workshop anthology of contemporary Hindi poetry. 
	Selected, edited and translated by Vishnu Khare.  Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1982.

Poems of Mewar. Calcutta: Art Press, 1921. 312 p.

Poems of the emergency. Edited and trans. by A.N. Dwivedi. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1994. 66 p.

Praises to a formless god: Nirguni texts from North India. By David N. 
	Lorenzen. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996. xiii, 303 p.

The return of Sarasvati: translations of the poetry of Prasad, Nirala, 
	Pant, and Mahadevi.  By David Rubin. Philadelphia: Dept. of South Asia 
	Regional Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 1993. 201 p.

Rupambara: collection of contemporary Hindi writing.  Calcutta:  Swadesh 
	Bharati, 1967-.  Vol. 1; Poetry ed. by Manamohan Thakur.

Sadhu hymns. Allahabad: n.p., 1913. 51 p.

Selected soliloguies. Trans. and edited by Manamohan Tahkur. Calcutta: 
	Aprastut Prakashan, 1985. xii, 48 p.

Selection from Hindi literature. Calcutta: University of Calcutta , 1925. 
	Book IV, part I. Other poets with a brief history of the Hindi 
	language. xv, 303 p.

Songs of the saints of India. Text and notes by John Stratton Hawley, 
	trans. by J.S. Hawley and Mark Juergensmeyer.  New York: Oxford 
	University Press, 1988. xii, 244 p.

Sukhamani sahib=fountain of eternal joy. Trans. by Swami Rama. N. p.: 
	Himalayan Institute Publishers, 1988. 245 p.

Visions & myths: contemporary Hindi poetry. Ed. by Kailash Vajpeyi. New 
	Delhi: Indian Literary Review Editions, 1979. iv, 132 p.



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