Volume, 3 Issue 1 & 2, 2006

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  1. Translation and Indian Literature:Some Reflections.
Author(s): M. Asaduddin     Pages: 1-19       Published: 2006
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Translation and Indian Literature:Some Reflections
M. ASADUDDIN
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Asaduddin, M. 2006. Translation and Indian Literature:Some Reflections. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 1-19
  2. Translating Medieval Orissa.
Author(s): Debendra K. Dash, Dipti R. Pattanaik     Pages: 20-82       Published: 2006
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Translating Medieval Orissa
DEBENDRA K. DASH, DIPTI R. PATTANAIK
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Dash, Debendra K. & Pattanaik, Dipti R. 2006. Translating Medieval Orissa1. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 20-82
  3. Translation Practices in Pre-colonial India: Interrogating Stereotypes.
Author(s): V.B.Tharakeswar     Pages: 83-110       Published: 2006
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Translation Practices in Pre-colonial India: Interrogating Stereotypes
V.B. THARAKESHWAR
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Tharakeswar, V.B. 2006. Translation Practices in Pre-colonial India: Interrogating Stereotypes. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 83-110
  4. Processes and Models of Translation:Cases from Medieval Kannada Literature.
Author(s): T.S. Satyanath     Pages: 111-127       Published: 2006
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Processes and Models of Translation:Cases from Medieval Kannada Literature
T.S. SATYANATH
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Satyanath, T.S. 2006. Processes and Models of Translation:Cases from Medieval Kannada Literature. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 111-127
  5. Disputing Borders on the Literary Terrain: Translations and the Making of the Genre of ‘Partition Literature’.
Author(s): H. Nikhila      Pages: 128-145       Published: 2006
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Disputing Borders on the Literary Terrain: Translations and the Making of the Genre of ‘Partition Literature’
H.NIKHILA
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H, Nikhila. 2006. Disputing Borders on the Literary Terrain: Translations and the Making of the Genre of ‘Partition Literature’. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 128-145
  6. Translation and the Indian Tradition:Some Illustrations, Some Insights.
Author(s): Priyadarshi Patnaik     Pages: 146-161       Published: 2006
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Translation and the Indian Tradition:Some Illustrations, Some Insights
PRIYADARSHI PATNAIK
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Patnaik, Priyadarshi. 2006. Translation and the Indian Tradition:Some Illustrations, Some Insights. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 146-161
  7. Texts on Translation and Translational Norms in Bengal.
Author(s): Subha Chakraborty Dasgupta     Pages: 162-175       Published: 2006
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Texts on Translation and Translational Norms in Bengal
SUBHA CHAKRABORTY DASGUPTA
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Dasgupta, Subha Chakraborty. 2006. Texts on Translation and Translational Norms in Bengal. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 162-175
  8. Towards a Theory of Rewriting: Drawing from the Indian Practice.
Author(s): K.M. Sherrif     Pages: 176-182       Published: 2006
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Towards a Theory of Rewriting: Drawing from the Indian Practice
K.M. SHERIFF
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Sherrif, K.M. 2006. Towards a Theory of Rewriting: Drawing from the Indian Practice. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 176-182
  9. Revisiting the Canon through the Ghazal in English.
Author(s): Chandrani Chatterjee, Milind Malshe     Pages: 183-205       Published: 2006
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Revisiting the Canon through the Ghazal in English
CHANDRANI CHATTERJEE, MILIND MALSHE
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Chatterjee, Chandrani & Malshe, Milind. 2006. Revisiting the Canon through the Ghazal in English. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 183-205
  10. Translation in/and Hindi Literature.
Author(s): Avadhesh Kumar Singh     Pages: 206-227       Published: 2006
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Translation in/and Hindi Literature
AVADHESH KUMAR SINGH
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Singh, Avadhesh Kumar. 2006. Translation in/and Hindi Literature. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 206-227
  11. Translating Gujarati Fiction and Poetry: A Study with Reference to Sundaram’s Works
Author(s): Hemang Desai     Pages: 228-247       Published: 2006
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Translating Gujarati Fiction and Poetry: A Study with Reference to Sundaram’s Works
HEMANG DESAI
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Desai, Hemang. 2006. Translating Gujarati Fiction and Poetry: A Study with Reference to Sundaram’s Works. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 228-247
  12. Translation of Bhakti Poetry into English: A Case Study of Narsinh Mehta.
Author(s): Sachin Ketkar     Pages: 248-269       Published: 2006
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Translation of Bhakti Poetry into English: A Case Study of Narsinh Mehta
SACHIN KETKAR
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Ketkar, Sachin. 2006. Translation of Bhakti Poetry into English: A Case Study of Narsinh Mehta. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 248-269
  13. Translating Romantic Sensibility: Narsinhrao Divetiya’s Poetry.
Author(s): Rakesh Desai     Pages: 270-281       Published: 2006
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Translating Romantic Sensibility: Narsinhrao Divetiya’s Poetry
S RAKESH DESAI
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Desai, Rakesh. 2006. Translating Romantic Sensibility: Narsinhrao Divetiya’s Poetry. Translation Today, vol. 3(1&2). 270-281

Book Review

  1. Ashokan Nambiar C, (2006). Locating the ‘missing link’? Not quite. Translation Today.
Dr. B. Hariharan, (2006). Theories on the Move: Translation’s Role in the Travels of Literary Theories. Translation Today.
https://doi.org/10.46623/tt/2006.3.1n2.br1
  2. Debjani Ray Moulik, (2006). Translation review -A TRANSLATION OR A MIS-TRANSLATION? My Story and My Life as an Actress. Translation Today. https://doi.org/10.46623/tt/2006.3.1n2.br2

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