Akhil Katyal's "He was as arrogant as a Chattarpur farmhouse"

Akhil Katyal's "He was as arrogant as a Chattarpur farmhouse...

Poetry Darbaar

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In the premiere episode, the poet in the darbaar is Akhil Katyal - reading his poems "He was as arrogant as a Chattarpur farmhouse" (English) and "Agar tum koi metro station hoti" (Hindi). The poems bookend Akhil's conversation with Poetry Darbaar host Lakshya Datta about where the words come from. 

A writer based in Delhi, Akhil's second book of poems 'How Many Countries Does the Indus Cross' won the Editor's Choice Award by The (...

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In the premiere episode, the poet in the darbaar is Akhil Katyal - reading his poems "He was as arrogant as a Chattarpur farmhouse" (English) and "Agar tum koi metro station hoti" (Hindi). The poems bookend Akhil's conversation with Poetry Darbaar host Lakshya Datta about where the words come from. 

A writer based in Delhi, Akhil's second book of poems 'How Many Countries Does the Indus Cross' won the Editor's Choice Award by The (...

Read More