Beegam Rushda's poem "Reincaernation" in the January 2016 issue caught my interest. The poet's intent, to illustrate how a rich panoply of sights and experiences had engendered a kind of rebirth in her perceptions and her heart, is an old idea which she enriches with some fresh and compelling images. All to the good. My only suggestion is that she extend greater trust to her reader--let the reader come to his/her own conclusions about the value or significance of specific images. There is a maxim in poetry: SHOW, DON'T TELL. Let the images weave their own magic, develop their own congruence, imply their own meaning. Interspersing such wonderful imagery with 'signposts' about what they signify is not necessary and can lead to didacticism, which I doubt the poet intended. Your sense of image is strong, Beegam, and if you work on that strength, you will be able to discard many of the abstractions in the poem, which in turn will ramp it up to the next level
sir The poetry section of September was treat to eyes.Poems by Pathak and Tosti were full of vividness and romantic fervor .Anticipating more such poems......
Sir, I Sent a paper on Titled: "Sharanagati (Surrender)- A way of Salvation" on 19th August, 2016. I have no information from your side. Whether is it accepted?
I have send an article on 14th July. Because of policy issues it was not published in august month issue. I would like to know is it possible to publish in September issue.kindly do the needful
Sir The poems-The king's Flames and Monsoon were simple, beautiful,and sensuous. Poetry must always retain its poetic flavor.it should not fade in intricate styles. Congrats to B K Show!
I am still to hear from you for the poems, which were submitted on 06-07-2016.
I have send an article to your journal on 14th july.I didn't get any confirmation till now.kindly do the needful.and also let me know whether the article is selected for publication.
It was wonderful reading the write-up -Possibilities.Kudos to Ashvamegh for unraveling the writing talents of youth!
I have send tow research articles to ypur journal under the names Dr.V.Sekar and Ms.J.Britto Jenobia on June 8th 2016.Till now i didnt get any response. can u please help me and respond me as soon as possible.please do the needful
Ashvamegh literature is very interesting and good .It gives chance to us write our poems from heart to page. Thank you,
Hello People, just a couple of comments on may 2016 edition and as you can see my Sir-name is changed: it is my original Maiden name. I was astounded at the poem by young Paradhi. She is a gifted child with a Wisdom already inherent and greatly evolved for one of such a tender age.I wish her well and may God(with all his names and images) keep her safe. Thank you for publishing her poem and not changing one word. ...........I also enjoyed the short story by Don Crawford: A Meaningful Life. Sometimes to 'get the message across' fiction is better than a factual essay or lecture. He is a clever and gifted man with a insight into the deeper meaning of Life which we do not see hear or read very often, and as with Paradi's poem it makes you think.....which it should, especially in todays upside down world. Once again, thank you for publishing it. Cheers! Frances.
Hi , I have submitted my poem on 28th April , 2015. It was showing Processing for quite some time. Has my poem reached u? Please update me regarding it
I have submitted my work on 7th April.How long will your review process go on. When should I expect to hear a response.
When will your next edition be published? Will it be in the month of April?
hello People and congratulations again for a wonderful and inspiring edition of the Ashvamegh Journal.I am so happy for you all that you have come so far and done so much for readers and writers all over the world in such a short span of time.I feel a little guilty at not contributing for so long but have been seriously ill for several months and also moving permanently to Sydney as soon as I am well enough. Once settled will again write.Again my sincere congratulations and well wishes for this wonderful magazine to continue to grow.... and I have no doubt that it will do so!
Just noticed an "o " is missing in my surname in the heading. It is Sofia Kioroglou the correct spelling. Thank you ever so much for including me in this issue of Ashvamegh. Looking forward to reading the rest of the poems featured in the issue. Congratulations to all poets! Wonderful work. Athenian hugs!Best,Sofia Kioroglou
Thank you for including me in your March issue. It is a great honor to be hosted as a poet in your reputable literary journal.Wish you all the best,Sofia Kioroglou
Let me know some more details about your journal, like how to post my work etc
How can I send my writings at your end for publishing? Are your journals published online or offline (printed)?
Sorry Sir. Please don't mind about my previous message . I' ve just been to submission link and I start sending my works.
I unexpectedly discovered this magazine ; it's been interesting for me since the day I found it. Really, it's user friendly, constructive for readers; and it seems to be worth sharing among friends. I am not a critical writer; but interested in creative writing. It could help many and me if you could publish creative works. Too many people are interested in creative writing and please consider my opinion to negotiate . Thank You.
Dear Mavidi, we have replied to your query via mail. Ashvamegh is free and does not believe in making money. Thank you!
I am a research scholar and faculty of english.I would like to submit papers to your jurnal so please let me know the publication chargesregards
I am very happy to read the January 2016 issue. Congratulations on 1 year completion!
I would like to offer my heartiest congratulations to Ashvamegh on its victorious completion of one year as a successful online literary magazine. Bringing out and keeping up a journal like Ashvamegh which appears influential on the online literary scenario, cannot, at all, be perceived as a task which should be taken for granted, but as a great venture which requires a good deal of determination and hard-work. Moving onto the works featured in the current issue, as usual, all the poems and stories seem to have been carefully chosen, and they are perceptive and breathtaking. Also, the author interviews are really inspirational and they provide an insight into the art of writing and flux of creativity in various different perspectives. The book reviews, moreover, bring out an in-depth analysis of the concerned books and hence can well be used for academic purposes.