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Sofia Kioroglou Sofia Kioroglou from Athens wrote on 16th March 2016 at 3:31 am:
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
Shashikumar Durgam Shashikumar Durgam from Hyderabad wrote on 5th March 2016 at 12:12 pm:
Let me know some more details about your journal, like how to post my work etc
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Dear Shashikumar, you can go to our submission page and submit your works from there. You can use our form for submission. Please let us know if we can assist you with something more.The Ashvamegh Team
Nitin Pandit Nitin Pandit from Kirnahar, Birbhum, West Bengal wrote on 29th February 2016 at 1:12 am:
How can I send my writings at your end for publishing? Are your journals published online or offline (printed)?
Satish Satish wrote on 7th February 2016 at 12:05 am:
Sorry Sir. Please don't mind about my previous message . I' ve just been to submission link and I start sending my works.
Satish Satish wrote on 6th February 2016 at 11:55 pm:
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.
The Ashvamegh Team The Ashvamegh Team from New Delhi wrote on 5th February 2016 at 11:38 pm:
Dear Mavidi, we have replied to your query via mail. Ashvamegh is free and does not believe in making money. Thank you!
MAVIDI.PAPINAIDU MAVIDI.PAPINAIDU from VISHAKAPATNAM wrote on 4th February 2016 at 2:00 pm:
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
Ridhima Ridhima from Chennai wrote on 22nd January 2016 at 6:51 pm:
I am very happy to read the January 2016 issue. Congratulations on 1 year completion!
Indunil Madhusankha Indunil Madhusankha from Colombo wrote on 16th January 2016 at 10:54 am:
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.
Aungston Aungston from Chennai wrote on 2nd January 2016 at 10:08 am:
When do u open the next entry for publication... How do i send my publication
Scott W Scott W from London wrote on 24th December 2015 at 10:08 am:
Just came across Ashvamegh when I was searching for a poetry magazine. I am truly impressed with the concept and motive of the members here. A good platform that supports and highlights new authors as well as showcases established poets! Great job team. Keep it up!
Shikha Gupta Shikha Gupta from Mumbai wrote on 17th December 2015 at 10:36 am:
Really enjoyable! I came through this site searching for poetry magazine and found this wonderful journal here. Thanks for this very good platform to poets.
Indunil Madhusankha Indunil Madhusankha from Colombo wrote on 16th December 2015 at 12:27 pm:
As has always been the case, the latest issue of Asgvamegh is also rich with a superb blend of highly interesting, movable and educational poems and stories. I really enjoyed them a lot. Further, I would like to congratulate all the creative and academic writers published in this issue and I would also like to thank the editorial team for their great pursuit in popularizng world English literature.
The Ashvamegh Team The Ashvamegh Team from New Delhi, India wrote on 18th November 2015 at 5:41 pm:
Dear Indunil, we appreciate your words!
Indunil Madhusankha Indunil Madhusankha from Colombo wrote on 16th November 2015 at 6:20 pm:
I just went through some of the beautiful poems in the current issue, and found them to be really powerful and convincing. Each piece, well-crafted, seems to have a strong and almost authentic appeal couched in it. My heartiest congratulations for all the great writers featured in this issue. I highly appreciate the great "literary fight" undertaken by the Ashvamegh Team at a time when the public interest on literary arts appears to be dwindling gradually. Also, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the Editirial Team for the chance extended for both emerging and established writers to express themselves to the world. Best wishes for Ashvamegh to excell in the contemporary literary scenario as an ideal platform for unique voices all around the world.
Naresh C Naresh C from Banglore, India wrote on 16th November 2015 at 12:39 pm:
Interesting issue. Like the concept of interview. Good effort by the team ashvamegh to popularize the literature.
The Ashvamegh Team The Ashvamegh Team from New Delhi, India wrote on 16th November 2015 at 12:35 pm:
Dear Joe, thanks to write in. You will get a response very soon from our team.
JOE ANTONY VIMAL JOE ANTONY VIMAL from THANJAVUR - TAMILNADU wrote on 15th November 2015 at 10:34 pm:
Sir I need one clarification. i am working as an assistant professor completed m.phil. To become a Research analyst (RA) what is the procedure? i am having this doubt while having so many articles poem written on my own. so please let me know sir. thanks in advance.
njimuwe samson njimuwe samson from Maroua-Cameroon wrote on 13th November 2015 at 3:29 am:
just stumbled over page and found it very interesting and would like to publish here.
Sarita Chauhan Sarita Chauhan from Kolkata wrote on 28th October 2015 at 5:18 pm:
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Sunny Sunny from Delhi, India wrote on 25th October 2015 at 1:16 am:
It is always useful to have such websites. Students like us can have so much to learn! I will subscrite to study every issue of Ashvamegh. Thank you.
Ravi Kumar Ravi Kumar from Patna wrote on 24th October 2015 at 3:30 pm:
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Ashvamegh_Journal Ashvamegh_Journal from New Delhi, India wrote on 24th October 2015 at 2:52 pm:
Dear friends, this will be our new guestbook. You can write your entries on this page. You can submit your suggestions for improvement of Ashvamegh, or anything you want. Thank you from The Ashvamegh Team
Clark Cook Clark Cook from Australlia wrote on 24th October 2015 at 2:47 pm:
I am delighted to see four of BONNIE ROBERTS' poems in the current issue of Ashvamegh. It has been my pleasure to be Bonnie's '"cyber poet friend" for many years, and, although we have never met, I have been touched by her exquisite poems many times. I regard her as an American poet of wisdom, insight, great good humour, and consummate skill in all the complex techniques of poetic art.Bonnie wrote once in an online Forum that she was stunned to learn that there are billions of galaxies up there. On the heels of such a revelation, she would be just as likely to write a poem celebrating the wonder of a sub-atomic particle. All of experience, and all of the objects which we use or perceive in our lives, are the stuff of poetry in Bonnie's conception. In her poems, family and memories of family become microcosms through which she filters galaxies and grains of sand. Her poems both exhilerate and humble the reader into new awareness of the interconnectedness of all things. In my opinion, it is a testament to the rising reputation of Ashvamegh that she submitted her poetry here. Let us hope she does so again, frequently, in the time ahead.clark cook poet
Aditi Anindita Biswal Aditi Anindita Biswal from Chicago wrote on 24th October 2015 at 2:46 pm:
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