Flower in the Navel. Retrieved "The Oxford India Anthology of Twelve Modern Indian Poets". Ramanujan Book Prize for Translation in honor of his contributions to the field. The Chronicle of Higher Education. In addition, as Ramanujan wrote these as part of different compilations, there is much repetition. This one essay surpasses "The Difficulty of Being Good" in depth and insight. In History syllabus of the University of Delhi in 2006. Ramanujan wrote in both English and Kannada, and his poetry is known for its thematic and formal engagement with modernist transnationalism.
Poet, translator, folklorist,.
Ramanujan has been recognized as the world's most profund scholar of South Asian language and culture.
This book brings together for the first time thirty essays on literature and culture written by him over a period of four decades.
At the University of Chicago, Ramanujan was instrumental in shaping the South Asian Studies program. London: Oxford University Press, 1966 21 Relations. Ramanujan was born in Mysore, India. Sahitya Akademi Award posthumously in 1999 for his collection of poems, The Selected Poems. He worked in the departments a descriptive essay about consumerism in 1950s of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, Linguistics, and with the Committee on Social Thought. Some essays though, which focus The collected essays contain a variety of pieces on Indian culture, languages and folklore. Retrieved "Selected Poems. The book is full of folktales and titbits from mythology. 12 In his cultural essays such as "Is There an Indian Way of Thinking?" (1990 he explains cultural ideologies and behavioral manifestations thereof in terms of an Indian psychology he calls "context-sensitive" thinking.