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General works on history and criticism published before 1948

All India Writers Conference, Jaipur, 1945

Bhushan, V.N.

Iyengar, K.R. Srinivasa

Oaten, Edward Farley

Sarkar, Benoy Kumar

  • The aesthetics of young India. Calcutta: Kar. Majundar & Co., 1922. 199 p.

Seal, Brajendranath

  • New essays in criticism. Calcutta: Som Bros., 1903. 155 p.

Sidhanta, Nirmal Kumar

Singh, Bhupal

Sinha, Yadunatha

Speight, E.E., ed.

  • Indian masters of English. London: Longmans, Green, 1934.

Drama

Drama Anthology

The blazing shrine: an anthology of one-act plays in English by Indian writers. Edited by V.N. Bhushan. Bombay: Padma Pub., 1941.

Drama by Individual Authors

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad, 1914-1987.

Advani, Methasing Tiloksing

  • The Indian mirror: or the reflections. Hyderabad, Sind: Good Star Press, 1907-1911. 4 vols.
  • My silly partition: an original farce. Hyderabad, Sind: Good Star Press, 1910. 16 p.
  • My three pees. Hyderabad, Sind: Good Star Press, 1912. xvi, 207 p.

Aiyangar, Venbakkam V. Srinivasa, 1871-

  • At any cost. Madras: Everyman's Pub., 1921.
  • Blessed in a wife: an Indian society drama in English in three acts. Madras: G.C. Loganadham Bros., 1911. 26 p.
  • The bricks between. Madras: Everyman's Pub., 1918. 52 p.
  • Dramatic divertissements: Blessed in a wife; The point of view; The surgeon-general's prescription, Vichu's wife; Wait for the stroke. Madras: Everyman's Pub., 1921. 2 vols.
  • The point of view: a drama in three acts. Madras: n.p., 1915. 34 p.
  • Sub-assistant magistrate of Sultanpet. Madras: Everyman's Pub., n.d.
  • The surgeon-general's prescription: a play in one scene. Madras: n.p., 1913. 42 p.
  • The tragic denouement. Madras: Everyman's Pub., 1921.
  • Two selves. Madras: Everyman's Pub., n.d.
  • Vichu's wife: a little comic play in two scenes. Madras: n.p., 1911. 31 p.

Aiyar, R.S. Narayanaswami

  • Varsulka: scenes from social life. Madras: Tamil Sangam Power Press, 1915. 31 p.

Aiyar, T.S. Krishna

  • Lord Clive: a drama in five acts. Trichinopoly: St. Joseph's Industrial School Press, 1913. viii, 54 p.

Akhundzadah, Fath Ali, 1812-1878. Persian

  • An English translation of Mard-i-Khasis: a play in five acts. Trans. by K.M. Maitra. Lahore: n.p., 1923. ii, 104 p.
  • An English translation of the Vazir of Lankuram: a play in four acts. Trans. and edited by K.M. Maitra. 2nd ed. Lahore: n.p., 1923. xxxix, 74 p. Originally written in Turkish.
  • Persian plays: three Persian plays. Trans. by A. Rogers. London: W.H. Allen, & Co., 1890. vi, 73, 172 p. Persian/English text. Originally written in Turkish.
  • Sarguzast Wazir Khan-i-Lankuran: a play in four acts. Trans. and edited by K.M. Maitra. Lahore: Atma Ram & Co., 1916. 48, 78, 5 p. Persian/English text.
  • The Vazir of Lankuram: a Persian play; a text-book of modern colloquial Persian for the use of European travellers, residents in Persia, and students in India. Edited and trans. by W.H.D. Haggard and G. Le Strange. London: Trubner, 1882. 176, 53 p.; London: Luzac, 1930. 53 p. Originally written in Turkish. Persian/English text.
  • The Vazir of Lankuran: a play in four acts. Trans. and edited by Shams-ul-'Ulama Maulavi Muhammad Yusuf Ja'fari and D.C. Phillott. Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1911. 36, 74 p.

Ali, Abdul of Hyderabad-Deccan

  • The rebel, the imperialist. Madras; Pub. by the author, 1944. iv, 59 p.

Ali, Ahmed, 1908-

  • The land of twilight: a one act play in verse. Lucknow: R.R. Sreshtra, 1937. 25 p.

Annayya

  • The bride of god. Tungabhadra: Prema Literary Society, 1931.

Anonymous Tamil

  • Arichandra, the martyr of truth. Adapted by A. Padmanabha from the classic English version of the late Sir Mutu Coomara Swamy. London: Smith Edler and Co., 1863. xxiii, 262 p.; Colombo: Ceylon Examiner Press, 1904. Harichanda: the martyr of truth. Trans. by Mutu Coomara Swamy. Delhi: Mittal, 1984.

Anonymous English

  • Kaminee, the virgin widow: an English drama in five acts. Calcutta: n.p., 1874.
  • Nala and Damayanti: a drama [in five acts and in prose and verse]. Negapatan: Scottish Branch Press, 1894. 135 p.

Apparao, Gurujada Venkata, 1861-1915. Telugu

  • Bridal bargain. Edited and trans. by S. Gopala Murthy and K. Ramesh Babu. In "Enact" #109-110, January-Feb. 1979. 17 p.

Avyaktananda, Swami

  • India through the ages: ten short plays. London: Society for Cultural Fellowship with India, 1947. 95 p. (Includes; All prophets' day; The ashrama; The battle within man; The children of Israel; The cross in India; The disciples; The fakir's lizard; The flute of Krishna; The sacred fire of life: and Towards Buddhahood.)

Ayengar, M.S. Gopala, pseud. S. Gopal.

  • The eastern farce. Channapatna: n.p., 1931.
  • The juvenile dramas. Channapatna: n.p., 1934. 40 p. (Includes: Against deti leti; Against purdah; A plea for agriculture; and Long live the policeman.)

Ayyar, Aiylam Subrah Manier Panchapakesa, 1899-1963.

  • In the clutch of the devil: a drama in five acts. Bombay: n.p., 1926. iii, 122 p.
  • A mother's sacrifice: a play in three acts. Madras: R.R. Rama Iyer and Co., 1937. 97 p.; 3rd ed. Madras: Rochouse and Sons, 1947. ii, 69 p.
  • Sita's choice and other plays. Madras: Madras Law Journal; Madras: New India Trading Co., 1935. 200 p. (Includes: Bramha's way and The slave of ideas.)
  • The slave of ideas and other plays. Madras: C. Coomarswamy Naidu and Sons, 1941. 186 p. (Includes: In the clutch of the devil; A mother's sacrifice; and Sita's choice.)
  • The trial of science for the murder of humanity, a mock trial. 2nd rev. and enl. ed. Kumbakonam: G.V.K. Swami and Co., 1942. 49 p.

Banarjee, Bhupendra Nath 1879-1938. Bengali

  • English translation of Bengalee: a national drama being played by the Minerva Theatre, Beadon Street, Calcutta. Calcutta: R. Cambray, 1927. 174 p.

Banerjea, Krishna Mohan, 1813-1885.

  • The persecuted. Calcutta: n.p., 1831. Possibly published in the "Enquirer" edited by K.M. Banerjea.

Banerjea, S.B.

  • The inimitable Mrs. Markhamby: a play in two scenes. Calcutta: n.p., 1908. 12 p.

Banerjee, Digindra Chandra, 1909- Bengali

Basu, Amritalal, 1853-1929. Bengali

  • The Babu: a Bengali society farce. Trans. by Nibaran Chandra Chatterji. Calcutta: Sanyal & Co., 1911. x, 116 p.

Bhatia, Dvarka Nath

  • Rejoice: played on the occasion of celebration of the imperial coronation at Hailakundi. Calcutta: S.C. Banerji, 1903. 10 p.

Bhatt, Surya Dutt

  • The trial celestial. Bombay: Karnataka Pub. House, 1940. 57 p.

Bhattacharya, Basudeb, 1888-1949. psd Pundit Acharya & Sree Basudeb

  • Aunt Lasmi: a one-act tragedy in "Poet lore" 35 i (1924). pp.101-13.
  • Still it is spring: a tragedy in once act. In "Poet lore" 42, iv. 1935. pp. 364-81.

Bhattacharya, Surendra Nath Bengali

  • Prayag-tirtha: a play. Calcutta: Orphan Press, 1934. 147 p.

Bhusan, V.N., 1909-1951.

  • The anklet bells. N.p.: n.p., n.d.
  • Mortal coils. Masulipatnam: n.p., 1934.
  • Samyukta. Masulipatnam: n.p., 1933.

Borgaonkar, Dattatreya Mahadeva

  • The image-breakers: a play in three acts. Bombay: New Book Co., 1938. viii, 59 p.

Bose, Amrita Lal Bengali

  • English translation of "The Babu": a Bengali society farce by Babu Amrita Lal Bose. Trans. by Nibraran Chandra Chatterjee. Calcutta: Bharat Mihir Press, 1911. x, 116 p.

Bose, S.C.

  • Buddha: being a dramatized version of Sri Edwin Arnold's "The light of Asia." London: Kegan Paul, Trench and Trubner, 1912. 31 p.

Bosu, Profulla Kumar

  • Aurora: a musical opera. Calcutta: n.p., 1931. 58 p.
  • Conrad and Leonora: an opera. Calcutta: n.p., 1921. 29 p.
  • Rosaline: a musical opera. Calcutta: n.p., 1925. 29 p.
  • Rustam and Zulekha: a drama. Calcutta: n.p., 1921. 27 p.

Chatterjee, Nolini Mohan, 1865-

Chatterji, Tapanmohan Bengali

  • The light-bearer: a symbolic drama in one scene. Trans. by the author. In "Drama, 1918" pp. 383-89.

Chattopadhyaya, Harindranath, 1898-1990.

  • Abu Hasan: a drama in prose and verse. Madras: N.p., 1918. 95 p.
  • Five plays. London: Fowler Wright, 1929. 202 p. (includes: The hunter; The proclamation; Pundalik; Saku Bai; and Tukaram.)
  • Five plays. Pondicherry: Bharata Shakti Karyalayam, 1937. 166 p. (Includes: The window; The parrot: The sentry's lantern; The coffin; and The evening lamp.)
  • Jayadeva: a play in verse. Madras: Shama's Pub. House, 1924. 24 p.
  • Poems and plays. Madras: Hogarth Press, 1927. 348 p.
  • Pundalik. Madras: Shama's Pub. House, 1924.
  • Raidas, the cobbler saint. Madras: Shama's Pub. House, 1925.
  • The saint. Bombay: Nalanda Pub., 1946.
  • Saku Bai. Madras: Shama's Pub. House, 1924.
  • The sleeper awakened: a nightmare in three scenes. Madras: Ganesh and Co., 1932. 97 p.
  • Tukaram. In "Shama's journal". (Madras) Oct, 1925 and Jan. 1926.

Chaudhuri, Purushottam

  • Diverse loves; or to serve the wronged is to serve his cause. Vijayawada: n.p., 1933. 33 p.

Chittaranjan

  • Thought pearls. Nagercoil: Doss Press, 1932.

Dalal, Rajendra Somanarayan, 1882- Gujarati

  • Victory: a drama of Rajput chivalry. Trans. by the author from Gujarati. Bombay: Pub. by the author, 1939. 151 p.

Das, A. Jagannath

  • The surprised wife. Madras: India Printing works, 1921. 44 p.

Das, S. A.

  • Lead kindly light: a play. Calcutta: Model Printing Works, 1933. 124 p.

Dasgupta, Kedar Nath

  • Bharata: a play by K.N. Dasgupta and Margaret G. Mitchell. London: Luzac, 1918. 40 p.
  • Caliph for a day: an amusing comedy. London: Luzac, 1916. 36 p.

Dass, J.P.

  • Death or dishonour. Dehradun: n.p., 1914. 4 p.

Dastur, K.H.

  • The tragedy of Nero. N.p.: n.p., 1905.

Day, Lal Behari 1826-1894.

  • The Meghnad Badha or the death of the prince of Lanka: a tragedy in five acts as performed at the National Theatre Beadon Street. Calcutta: n.p., n.d. 95 p.

DeLanerolle, H.C.N. and E.M.W. Joseph, d. 1987.

  • Well Mudaliyar: a play. N.p.: n.p., 1938. 66 leaves. Typescript.

Deobhankar, N.R., 1884-

  • Two absconders: a play based on the 1942 movement. Delhi: Vidya Mandir, 1947.

DeSilva, Wilmot Arthur

  • Kuveni: a play in three acts. Colombo: Sinhala Samaya Press, 1915. 18 p.

Devi, Serapia, nee Carliezck. Mrs. Bhattacharyya

  • The dead lover's face: a one-act play. Lahore: R.S. Ramajanaya Kapur, 1945. 112 p.

Dingra, Baldoon, d. 1979.

  • The awakening; or Lakshmana awakes: a poetic play. Lahore: Regal Theater, 1945. Trans. into French as: Lakshmana s'eveille. Paris: Victor Attinger, 1957.
  • For heaven is here: a three-act play. Lahore: Regal Theater, 1944.

Dutt, Ajoy Chunder, 1879-

  • Milly, a Bengali home: a pleasant play. Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1945. 100 p.

Dutt, Michael Madhusudan, 1824-1873. Bengali

  • Is this called civilization? a farce. Calcutta: n.p., 1871.
  • The Meghnadbadh or the death of the prince of Lanka: a tragedy in five acts as performed at the National Theatre. Revised and corrected by Rev. Lal Behary Day. Calcutta: U.N. Banerjee, 1858. 96 p.
  • Ratnavali: a drama in four acts. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Saviella, 1858. 73 p. Based on a Sanskrit play by Harsadeba.; Calcutta: Bangabasi Press, 1904.
  • Rizia. In "The Eurasian", (Madras), 1849-50 in 7 issues.
  • Sermista: a drama in five acts. Trans. by the author from Bengali. Calcutta: Stanhope Press, 1859. 73 p.; Calcutta: Bangabasi Press, 1904. 90 p. Calcutta: Educational and Commercial, 1968. viii, 90 p.

Ettappan, Jagad-vira Venktaesvara, maharaja of Tamil

  • Gnanavalli, creeper of wisdom: an original Tamil drama. Trans. by S.A.T. Madras: n.p., 1915. iv, 73, 66 p.

Fyzee-Rahamin, S., 1880-

  • Daughter of Ind. London: J.B. Pinker, 1937. 63 p.; Bombay: New Book Co., 1940. 78 p.
  • Invented gods. London: Herbert Joseph, 1938. 111 p.

Gargi, Balwant, 1916-

  • The vulture and other plays. Lahore: Lion Press, 1941. (Includes: The fugitive; The matriarch; and Mung-wa.)

Ghosal, Svarna Kumari Tagore, 1855-1932. Bengali

  • Princess Kalyani: a play in three acts. Madras: Ganesh & Co., 1930. xviii, 223 p.

Ghose, Aurobindo, 1872-1950.

  • Collected poems and plays. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1942. 392 p. Included in "Sri Aurobindo Library" Vol. 5, 6, 7 and 8.
  • Conversations of the dead. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1951. 27 p.
  • Eric, the king of Norway: a dramatic romance. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1960. 102 p. (Written in 1912/1913)
  • The hero and the nymph (Vikramorovasie). Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1911.
  • Perseus the deliverer. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1955. 146 p. 1st published in the "Bande mataram", 1907
  • Prince of Edur. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1961.
  • Rodogune: a play. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1958.
  • Savitri: two scenes. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1951. 14 p.
  • Vasavadutta: a dramatic romance. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1957. 152 p.
  • The viziers of Bassora: a dramatic romance. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1957. 202 p.

Ghose, Sudhindra Nath, 1899-1965.

  • The colours of a great city: two playlets. London: C.W. Daniel Co., 1924. 35 p. (Includes: The defaulters; and And Pippa dances.)

Ghosh, Girish Chandra, 1844-1912. Bengali

  • At the touch of the philosopher's stone. Trans. by a Devotee. Gorakhpur: Gita Press, 1937. xvi, 128 p.
  • Bilwamangal Thakur. Trans. by Charu Chandra Palit. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Mitra Library, 1933. iii, 141, ii p.; Vilwamangal, a play in five acts. Trans. by Swami Prabhavananda and Frederick Manchester. Hollywood, Calif.: Vedanta Press, 1956. iii, 119 p.
  • Chintamini, a symbolic drama. Trans. and adapted by Dhan Gopal Mukerji. Boston: R.G. Badger, 1914. p. 144- 160.
  • Insubstantial pageant, part I. n.p.: n.p., n.d.
  • Nala and Damayanti, a play in three acts dramatising a story from the third book of Mahabharata. Adapted by S.C. Bose. Calcutta: R. Cambray & Co., 1918. 67 p.

Gokak, Vinayaka Krishna, 1909-1992.

Gopalakrishna, P.

Gorowara, Krishna

  • And a-mourning do we go. in "The Literary Half-yearly" I, 1.
  • Matchless matches. in "The Literary Half-yearly" VI, 2.

Gunasekera, L.H.

  • Blind eye. Colombo: Carlton Press, 1933. 6, 104 p.

Hariscandra, Bharatendu, 1850-1885. Hindi

Hazrat, Inayat Khan

  • Yesterday, today and tomorrow. n.p.: n.p.: n.d.

Imam, Syed Mehdi, 1902-

  • Scenes from India mythology; being a dramatization of selected Indian legends. Edited by S.K. Prasad. Calcutta: Macmillan, 1940.
  • Scenes from Islamic history. Calcutta: Macmillan, 1940.

Isvaran, Manjeri Sundaraman, 1910-1967.

  • Hira Bai, or the romance of Aurangazeb. N.p.: n.p., n.d.
  • Yama and Yami: a dialogue. Madras: n.p., 1940.

Iyengar, K.R. Srinivasa, 1908-

  • Suniti and her spouse, or storm in a tea-cup. Madras: n.p., 1942.
  • The battle of the optionals. Madras: n.p., 1943.

Iyer, S. Ranga

  • The hanging doctor. Madras: Indian Patriot Press, 1913.

Jahagirdar, Rangacharya Vasudevachary

  • Mighty minds of youth: a study in one act. Dharwar: the author, 1931. 13 p.

Jayantinathan, R.

  • Guardianship of India. Madras: Natesan and Co., 1949.

Jhaveri, Shanti

  • Deluge: a drama in five acts with a prologue and an epilogue. Bombay: Sole selling agents: Padma Publications, 1944. iv, 160 p.

Joseph, Abraham Tamil

  • A cummi poem on coffee planting with an English translation. Jaffna: Strong and Asbury, 1869. 71, 22 p.

Joseph, E.M.W., d. 1987 and H.C.N. de Lanerolle.

  • Well Mudaliyar: a play. N.p.: n.p., 1938. 66 leaves. Typescript.

Joshi, Hemchandra

  • Cupid in slums. Karachi: Pub. By the author, n.d.
  • God on the pavement. Karachi: Pub. By the author, 1934.
  • Plays for the young. Karachi: Pub. by the author, 1936. 101 p.
  • Twin souls: a tragedy in three acts. Hyderabad, Sind: Pub. by the author, 1935. 73 p.

Kailasam, Tyagaraja Paramasiva, 1885-1948.

  • The burden and the fulfilment. Mysore: n.p., 1933.
  • Karna; the Brahmin's curse. Bangalore: Madhava and Sons, 1946.
  • Keechaka. Edited by C.R.Reddy. Bangalore: Chaya Pub., 1949.
  • Little lays and plays. Mandyal, A.P.: S. R Deshpande, 1933.
  • The purpose. Bangalore: Madhava and Sons, 1944.

Kalim, N.H.

  • Akbar; emperor of India. Edinburgh: n.p., 1925. 16 p.

Kamath, S.V.

  • Six one-act plays. Sirsi: Pub. by the author, 1940. 110 p. (Includes: Jyoti; Ideal patriotism; Purity of the press; Sacred union; Village master; and Discipline.)

Kavi, Nanalal Dalpatram, 1877-1946. Gujarati

  • Jaya & Jayanta: a drama. Trans. by U.K. Oza. London: Heath Cranton, 1929. vii, 192 p.

Kavi, Nandlal V.

  • Poor man's bread and principles of life. Tokyo: Seva Mandir, 1936. xx, 100 p.

Kavi, Sundararaja

  • Snusha vijayam: a drama in one act. Tinnevally: n.p., 1890.

Kazi, Elsa, d. 1967.

  • Temptation: a drama of Sind country life in three acts. Karachi: Pub. by the author, 1942. 52 p.

Khan, M. Hashim

  • Sore throat: a farce in one act. by M. Hashim Khan and H.W.B.Moreno. 3rd ed. Calcutta: H.W.B. Moreno, 1919.

Khan, Muhammad A.R.

  • Zamir or conscience personified; a narrative of modern life presented as a drama of four acts. Hyderabad: n.p., 1938. ix, 111 p.

Kirloskar, B.P., 1843-1885. Marathi

  • Saubhadra. Trans. by S.B. Talekar. N.p.: n.p., 1944.

Krishna, Mary

  • Queen cosmetic. Lahore: New India Pub., 1940. 32 p.

Krishnamacharya, Mangadu

  • Dasaratha or the fatal promise: a tragedy. Madras: Vaijayanti Press, 1901. iv, 88 p.
  • Kumuda: a drama. Madras: Vaijayanti Press, 1900. 81 p.

Krishnaswami, Arunbuliyer

  • The two twice borns: a drama in three acts. Trichinopoly: Jagam and Co., 1914. vii, 68 p.

Krishnaswami, Paul Aiyergar, 1889-

  • Kailash: a play in seven acts. Lahore: Northern India Printing and Pub. Co., 1944.

Krishnaswami, T.B.

  • Nur Jehan: a play in five acts. Madras: Modern Printing Works, 1918. 120 p.
  • Satya or the altar of love. Madras: Modern Printing Works, 1919. 32 p.

Lal, L. Nand and Narsingh Lal

  • Harish chandra; the immortal lover of truth. Lahore: Pub. by the authors, 1931. 44 p.

Lobo-Prabhu, Joseph Mathias, 1906-

  • Death abdicates: a play of the Indian village in three acts. Bombay : Thacker and Co., 1945. 64 p.
  • The importance of being important. N.p.: n.p., n.d.
  • Mother of new India=Nae Bharat ki mata: a play of the Indian villages in three acts. Bombay: Thacker and Co., 1944. 67 p.
  • Mud and money. N.p.: n.p., n.d.
  • Son of India. Aligarh: Aligarh University Press, n.d.
  • Tokyo tragedy. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

Mahatab, Bijaychand, 1881-1941, raja of Bardon Bengali

  • Manas-lila: a metaphysical drama. Trans. by Jyotish Chandra Banerjee. Calcutta: Kuntaline Press, 1924. 34 p.

Meherjee, Peroz P.

  • Dolly Parsen, etc. Bombay: Daftur Akshar Press, 1918.

Mehta, Gaganvihari Lallubhar, 1900-

  • Perversities: a collection of skits. Calcutta: Pub. by the author, 1942. 173 p.; 2nd ed. Calcutta: n.p., 1943. iv, 191 p.

Menezes, Luis Mathias Armando, 1902-1984.

  • Caste: a social comedy. Bombay: n.p., 1938.

Menezes, Nicholau J. De

  • The son of man. Bombay: n.p., 1935.

Michael, S.M.

  • Nation-builders: a socio-political comedy in three acts. Madras: Pub. by the author, 1920. 60 p.

Mitra, Dinabandu, 1829-1874. Bengali

  • Nil Durpan. Rev. Ed. Calcutta: Eastern Trading Co., 1958. 238 p.
  • Nil durpan: or, the indigo planting mirror. Trans. by a native. Edited by James Long. Calcutta: C.H. Manuel, 1861. iv, 102 p.; Edinburgh: n.p., 1862. 61 p.; Calcutta: Indian Publications, 1972. c, 216 p.

Mody, Jehangir R.P.

  • Hector; prince of Troy. Bombay: Pub. by the author, 1932.

Moreno, Henry W. Bunn, 1875-

  • Mathew Arnold's Sohrab and Rustam: a drama for male characters only in one act. Dramatised by H.W.B. Moreno. Calcutta: Pub. by the author, 1919. 13 p.
  • Sore throat: a farce in one act. by M. Hashim Khan and H.W.B. Moreno. 3rd ed. Calcutta: H.W.B. Moreno, 1919.

Mudaliar, Pammal Vijayaranga Sambandha, 1873-1964. Tamil

  • Yayathi, or "fate and love". An English version of the author's Tamil drama. Madras: Star of India Press, 1908. i, 42 p.

Mukerjee, Nunda Gopal

  • Delhi and Haldighat: based on history. Calcutta: Sanskrit Press Depository, 1907. 256 p.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal, 1890-1936.

Mukuta, Sundara Syama

  • Sivananda vijaya. Trans. by D. Jhingam. Ananda Kutir: Sivananda Publication League, 1946. xi, ii, 127 p.

Murthi, M.S.

  • Professor's paroxysm. Kakinada: n.p., 1938. 32 p.

Nagarajan, Krishnaswamy, 1893-1986.

  • Gold palm or the buried treasure. Pudukottai: the author for private circulation, 1937.
  • Law in the dock. Pudukottai: the author for private circulation, 1944.
  • Lucky ring. Pudukottai: the author for private circulation, 1935.
  • Man of principle. Pudukottai: the author for private circulation, 1933.

Nanayya, B.

  • Thamorithary, or vice vanquished in one act. Nellore: n.p., 1907. 42 p.

Narain, Pandit Bishan

  • Devaki's problem: a play in three acts. Lahore: Pub. by the author, 1936. 102 p.

Narayan, Rasipuram Krishnaswamy, 1906-

  • The watchman of the lake. Mysore: Indian Thought Publications, 1940. Dramatization by the author of a short story "The watchman."

Narayanan, V.

  • A bachelors' home: a dialogue. Madras: New India Pub. House, 1933. 31 p.
  • Where god is not and other playlets. Madras: New India Publishing House, 1933. 77 p. (Includes: Beauty is a leveller of castes; The lawyer and his daughter; and You are not my husband.)

Nazir, C.S.

  • The first Parsi baronet, a verse play. N.p.: n.p. 1866.

Nissanka, Sri

  • Our Lanka, a play in three acts. Colombo: n.p., 1939? 89 p.

Pal, Niranjan

Pande, Shivdhar

  • Plays. Allahabad: Pub. by the author, 1935. (Includes: Gunny bags; Harischandra; and The Ohio yogi.)

Parthasarathi, S.K.

  • Caste-tyranny: a topical play. Madras: n.p., 1933. 93 p.

Rajagopalan, T.S.

  • The comedy of life: a mystery. Madras: Dr. N.V. Sriramacharlu, 1924. 46 p.

Rajan, N.V.

  • The Gujarat prince: a new drama in English prose specially written for the students' dramatic union, Orgole. Madras: n.p., 1909. 63 p.

Raju, P.V. Ramaswami

  • Lord likely. Madras: n.p., 1876.

Raman, A.S. Telugu

  • "Charity hospital." Trans. by the author. In Triveni, XVI, 4. Dec . 1944.
  • "Drona." Trans. by the author. In Triveni, XV, 2. June 1943.
  • "The daughter." Trans. by the author. In Triveni, XV, 2. June 1943.
  • "The gardener." Trans. by the author. In Triveni, XV, 4. Dec. 1943.

Ramanujam, T.S.

  • Kundalini, or universal love refound. Madras: All India College, 1938.

Rampall, V.

  • Almighty gold. Lahore: Beacon Pub. Ins., 1947. 312 p.

Ranganath, pseud.

  • A star is born. Bangalore: Bangalore Printing and Pub. Co., 1947.

Rao, E.K. Ranga

  • Dr. Sure Method, or mere nonsense: a farce. Madras: n.p., 1934. 47 p.

Rao, J. Virabhadra of Katravulapalli

  • Harischandra; the triumph of truth: a Hindu drama in English. Kakinada: n.p., 1914. 70 p.
  • Mani & Ratna: a Hindu drama in English in verse. Kakinada: Scape and Co., 1911. ii, 88 p. Telugu
  • Sarangadhar: a Hindu drama in English. Adaption from the Telugu original. Trans. by M.R.R.P.L. Narasimha Rao
  • Garu of Pittapur. Cocanada: n.p., 1908. iii, iii, 119 p.

Rao, K. Krishna

  • Chandrahasa or the lord of the fair forger: a Hindu drama. Mangalore: Pub. by the author, 1882. vi, 79 p.; 2nd ed. Mangalore: Codialboil Press, 1897. 88 p.

Rao, Vasudeva

  • Nala and Damayanti. Madras: n.p., 1928.

Roy, C.K. Govinda

  • Scott's Ivanhoe. Dramatised by C.K. Govinda Row. Ramachendrapuram: n.p., 1920. 3, 84 p.

Roy, Dwijendra Lal, 1864-1913. Bengali

Saletore, Bhavanisankara N.

  • Savitri: a play in one act. mangalore: Sharada Press, 1919. 24 p.

Sanyal, M.

  • The music of the earth: a lyrical drama. London: A.H. Stockwell,1931. 63 p.; Calcutta: Book Co., 1935. 110 p.

Sarabhai, Bharati Devi, 1912-

  • The well of the people. Calcutta: Visva-Bharati, 1943. 54 p.; Calcutta: International Book House, 1945. 47 p.

Sarabhai, Mrinalini, 1928-

  • Captive soil. Bombay: International Book House, 1945. 47 p.

Saraswati, Swami Sivananda, 1888-

  • Brahmacharya: a drama in four acts. Rishikesh: Sivananda Pub. League, 1940. xv, 144 p.
  • Divine life. Rishikesh: Kailasananda, 1943.
  • Radha's prem. Rishikesh: Sivananda Pub. League, 1945.
  • Saint Alavandar, or the king's quest of god: an inspiring play in three acts. Rishikesh: Sivananda Pub. League, 1947. 54 p.
  • Siva lilas. Rishikesh: Sivananda Pub. League, 1947. 20 p.

Sarma, R.J.S.

  • Srimad Ramayana 1: Balakanda. Madras: n.p., 1916. xix, 148, 5, 8 p.

Sastri, K.S. Ramaswami, 1878-

  • Droupadi. Madras: Thompson and Co., 1939.
  • Harischandra: an allegorical drama. Madras: n.p., 1918. 14 p.

Sharma, K.R.

  • Leela and Vihar. Vijayawada: A.G. Press, 1942.

Shri, pseud.

  • Queen Malini. Madras; n.p., n.d. 24 p.

Singh, Chhajju

  • Hakikat Rai: a drama for junior classes. Lahore: Punjab Economical Press, 1902. 14 p.

Singh, T.P.

  • Kunal: a play. Benares: n.p., 1942. iii, 41 p.

Sita's choice and other plays. Madras: Madras Law Journal; Madras: New India Trading Co., 1935. 200 p. (Includes: Bramha's way and The slave of ideas.)

Somnath, Vallatore

  • The dreamer. Masulipatnam: n.p., n.d.

Soobrow

  • Kishun Koovur: a tragedy in five acts. Trivandrum: Government Press, 1840. iv, 82 p. (This play, was written by the Diwan to the Rajah of Travancore. It was based on a historical incident related by John Malcom in A Memoir of Central India. London: Parbury, Allen & Co., 1832. 2 vols.)

Sorabji, Cornelia, 1866-1954.

  • Gold mohur time: "To remember" London: Alexander Moring, 1930. 32 p. (a play in five acts.)

Souze, J.C.

  • The tragedy of the Emperor Shah Jehan: a drama in five acts. Delhi: n.p., 1913. vi, 170 p.

Srinivasacharya, A.

  • Harischandra, or the martyr to truth: a drama in English prose. Madras: Temple and Co., 1912. v, iii, 180 p.

Subramanyam, C.K.

  • Vanamala or the flower of Malwa: a romantic Indian drama in three acts. Bombay: Mohan Printing Press, 1932. viii, 64 p.

Sundaram, V.

  • Sumathy, or the Punjab princess: a drama. Madras: Natesan, 1924. vi, 196 p.

Tagore, Rabindranath, 1861-1941. {Bengali}

  • Autumn-festival. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Brahmo Mission Press, 1919. 49 p.
  • Chitra: a one-act play. Trans. by the author. London: India Society, 1913. ix, 34 p.
  • Chitrangada. Trans. by Birendranath Roy. Calcutta: Sribhumi Pub., 1957. vi, 53 p.
  • Collected poems and plays. London: Macmillan, 1926. 578 p. (Includes the following plays translated from Bengali by the author: Ama and Vinayaka {Sati}; Autumn festival {Sardotsava}; Chitra {Citrangada}; Kacha and Devyani {Vidyayabhisap}; Karna and Kunti {Karna-Kunti samvad}; The king and the queen {Raja o rani}; The king of the dark chamber {Raja})
  • Collected poems and plays. London: Macmillan, 1936. v, 577 p.
  • Court dancer=Natir puja. Transcreated by Shyamasree Devi. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1979. 72 p.
  • The curse at farewell. Trans. by Edward Thompson. London: G. Harrap, 1924. 63 p.
  • The cycle of spring. Trans. by C.F. Andrews and Nishikanta Sen and revised by the author. New York: Macmillan, 1917. viii, 134 p.
  • Devouring love. Trans. by Sukhalata Rao Shastri. Edited by Walter Donald Kring. New York: East-West Institute, 1961. 92 p.
  • The fugitive. London: Macmillan, 1921. 200 p.
  • The king of the dark chamber. Trans. by K.C. Sen. London: Macmillan, 1914. 200 p.
  • Mother's prayer: a drama in one act. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: n.p., 1919. 6 p.
  • Natir puja=The court dancer. Trans. by Shamasree Devi. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1961. 26 p.
  • A play by Tagore. Allahabad: Ram Dayal Agarwala, 1970. vi, 98 p.
  • The post office. Trans. by Devabrata Mukherjea. New York: Macmillan, 1914. 82 p.
  • Red oleanders: a drama in one act. Trans. by the author. London: Macmillan, 1925. 181 p.; Red oleander: modern drama. Trans. by Ananda Lal. ?:?, 1985. 114 p.
  • Sacrifice and other plays. Trans. by the author. New York: Macmillan, 1917. v, 256 p.; Sacrifice. Trans. by R.K. Bamsal. Delhi: Uniteck Publications, 1970. iv, 91 p.
  • Sanyasi. Trans. by Edwin Lo-tien Fang. Shanghai: Commercial Press , 1936. 117 p.
  • Three plays. Trans. by Ananda Lal. Calcutta: M.P. Birla Foundation, 1987. 531 p.
  • Three plays: Muktadhara; Natirpuja; Chandalika. Trans. by Marjorie Sykes. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1950. viii, 180 p.
  • Three riddle plays: The test; The reception; The patron. Transcreated by Prithvindra Chakravarti. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1983. 35 p.

Thadani, Nanikram Vasanmal, 1890-

  • Sacrifice of Sita. Delhi: Hindu College, 1943.

Thadani, T.V.

The slave of ideas and other plays. Madras: C. Coomarswamy Naidu and Sons, 1941. 186 p. (Includes: In the clutch of the devil; A mother's sacrifice; and Sita's choice.)

The trial of science for the murder of humanity, a mock trial. 2nd rev. and enl. ed. Kumbakonam: G.V.K. Swami and Co., 1942. 49 p.

Trikamdas, Purshottam

  • Oh hell. bombay: National Information and Pub., 1947. 83 p.
  • Sauce for the goose: a three act play. Baroda: Padmaja Pub., 1946. 82 p.

Trivikram, T.K.N.

  • Zero B.C. or Christ upanishad. Bombay: World Culture Pub., 1947.

Varadan, D. Sundara

  • The coachman's daughter: a comedy. Madras: Everyman's Pub., 1921. 42 p.

Vyas, Ambikadatta Hindi

  • Translation of Go-sankat, drama of Sahityacharya Pundit Dattu Vyas of Benares. Trans. by Shiva Nandan Suhai. Bankipore: Bankipore Press, 1886. ii, 28 p.

Vyasaram

  • The full moon. N.p.: n.p., 1921.

Wadia, Dosabhai Nasarwanji

  • The Indian heroine; being some incidents of the Sepoy revolt of 1857: a play in five acts dramatised from an English novel. Bombay: Education Society Press, 1877. 48 p.

Zacharias, Oliver F.E.

  • Susheela Bai, or hearts decide: an original play in five acts. Erode: n.p., 1923. 80 p.

Fiction

Fiction History and Criticism written before 1948

Minocherhomji, Roshen N.

  • Indian writers of fiction in English. Bombay: n.p., 1945.

Fiction Anthologies

Best short stories of India. Selected and edited by Phyllis Atkinson. Bombay: D.B. Taraporevala Sons & Co., 1931. 2 vols.

The earthen bowl: an anthology of short stories in English by Indian writers. Edited by V.N. Bhushan, Bombay; Padma Pub., 1945.

A group of eastern romances and stories from Persian, Tamil and Urdu. Edited by W.A. Clouson. Norwood, Pa.: Norwood Editions, 1974. 586. reprint of 1889 ed.

Indian short stories. Edited by Mulk Raj Anand and Iqbal Singh. London: New Indian Publishing Co., 1946. 193 p.

When the tom-tom beats and other stories by students of Isabella Thorburn College. Edited by MA. Dimmitt. Lucknow: Methodist Pub. House, 1932. 221 p. Includes a story of Attia Hosain.

Bengali

Best stories of modern Bengal. Edited by Dilip K. Gupta. Trans. by Nilima Devi. Calcutta: Signet Press, 1944-45. 2 vol.

Gopal, the jester: a Hindu romance now first done from Bengali into English. Trans. by Rajaani Kanta Bannerji. New York: Privately printed for Library of Facetious Lore, 1928. 167 p.

Stories of rural Bengal: English translations of some stories by a number of living story writers of Bengal. Trans. by Karli Kanta Biswas. Calcutta: Purvasa, 1944. 143 p.

Kannada

Katha manjari: or a collection of Cannarese stories. Bangalore: n.p., 1841.

Marathi

Vickram charitra, or, adventures of Vickramadetea, King of Oujein . Trans. by Ragoba Maroba. Bombay: n.p., 1855. vii, 285 p.

Persian

The adventures of Hatim Tai: a romance. Trans. by Duncan Forbes. London: J. Murray, 1830. 3, xi, 214 p.; 3rd ed. Bombay: Cherag Office, 1911. 309 p.; The adventures of Hatim Tai: a romance. Trans. by Duncan Forbes. Revised and edited by William Rounseville Alger. Boston: Ginn, 1896. vii, 326 p.

Sindhi

Sindhi short stories. Trans. by Hashoo Kewal Ramani. Karachi: The Liberation Publications, 1958? iv, 101 p.; New Delhi: Hasmat Publications, 1958. viii, 78 p.

Fiction by Individual Authors

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad, 1914-1987.

Abdullah, S.A.

  • The white terror of the Khyber. London: S.W. Partridge, 1934. v, 248 p.

Abraham, C.S.

  • Five plus four. London: Drane's, 1924. 189 p.

Ahmad, Aziz al-Din, kazi Urdu

  • The fruits of honesty: a tale. Trans. by the author. Mirzapur: Legal Remembrancer Press, 1887. 148 p.; The fruits of honesty: a tale giving an insight into the malpractices of native court officials. 2nd rev. ed. Lucknow: Printed at the G.P. Varma and Brothers Press, 1891. 174, iii p.

Ahmad, maulvi of Tangi, 19th cent. Pushto

  • Four stories from the Pushtoo and one from the Punjaub. Trans. by Ralph Sadler. N.p.: n.p., 1893. ii, 28 p.
  • Translation of the Ganj-i-Pakhtu. Trans. by G. Roos- Keppel and Qazi Abdul Ghani Khan. Allahabad: Pioneer Press, 1901. ii, 94 p.; Lahore: Anglo-Sanskrit Press, 1905. 94 p.
  • Translation of the Ganj-i-Pakkhto. Trans. by Trevor Chichele Plowden. Lahore: n.p., 1882. ii, 102, 2 p.

Ahmad, Nazir, 1836-1912. Urdu

  • Mirror of the bride: mirat ul-urus. Trans. by M. Kempson. Madras: Hogarth Press, 1934?
  • Mubtala: or, A tale of two wives, an oriental novel, illustrating the different phases of Musalman life in India. Trans. and abridged by Khaja Khan. Madras: Hogarth Press, 1934. vi, 87 p.
  • The bride's mirror: a tale of domestic life in Delhi forty years ago. Trans. by G.E. Ward. London: Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press, 1899.; London: Henry Frowde, 1903. iv, 187 p.
  • The repentance of Nussoh: Taubatun Nusuh. Trans. by G.E. Ward. Madras: Hogarth Press, 1934?
  • The repentance of Nussooh. Trans. by M. Kempson. London: W.H. Allen, 1884. xii, 118 p.

Ahmad-ul-Umri Urdu

Aiyar, Bhaktulakunda R. Rajam, 1872-1898.

  • True greatness, or Vasudeva Sastri. London: Allen and Unwin, 1925. An incomplete novel published serially in Prabudha Bharata, 1896-1898. Republished in the author's collected works: the Rambles in Vedanta. Madras: Thompson & Co., 1905.

Aiyer, P.Padmanabha

  • Indian tales. Srirangam: Sri Vani Vilas Press, 1924. 65 p.

Akhundzadah, Fath Ali, 1812-1878. Persian

  • Qissa-i-Yusufshah: a historical novel. Trans. by K.M. Maitra. Lahore: Sh. Mubarak Ali, 1940. 2 parts.

Al-din, Tahsin Hindustani

  • Kama-rupa and kama-latha: a most interesting and captivating indian love-tale. Calcutta: n.p., 1889. 73 p.

Ali, Aamir

  • Conflict. Bombay: National Informtion and Pub., 1947. 167 p.

Ali, Ahmed, 1910-

  • Twilight in Delhi. London: Hogarth Press, 1940. 319 p.; London: Oxford University Press, 1966; Delhi: Sterling, 1973. 90 p.

Al-safa, Basra Ikhwan Urdu

  • An English translation of Akhwa-noos-safa. Trans. from the Hindustani version of Ikram Ali by Moonshee Syed Hoosain. Madras: Military Male Orphan Asylum Press, 1855. 104 p.
  • Ikhwanu-s-safa; or, Brothers of purity. Trans. by J. Dowson. London: n.p., 1869.
  • Ikhwanu-s-safa; or, Brothers of purity. Trans. from the Hindustani version of Ikram Ali by John Platts. London: Wm H. A. Allen and Co., 1869.
  • The Ikhwan-us-suffa. Trans. from Ikram Ali's Hindustani version of the Arabic tales by Joseph Wall. Lucknow: Reprinted at the Newul Kishore Press, 1889.

Anand, Mulk Raj, 1905-

Works about Anand, Mulk Raj, 1905-
Lindsay, Jack

  • Mulk Raj Anand: a critical study. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1948.

Anonymous Urdu

  • The Amir Hamza: an oriental novel. Calcutta: Globe Printing Works , 1892. part 1 only.

Anonymous

  • Gowri: an Indian village girl. Madras: n.p., 1876.
  • Kamarupa and Kama Latha. Calcutta: n.p., 1889. 73 p.
  • A romance of Indian crime. By an Indian Detective. N.p.: n.p., 1885
  • Rose Clarendon: or, the trials of true love. By a Young Indian Author. London: Bell, 1934.
  • The Scribbleton papers: Confessions of a Eurasian. London: n.p., 1840.
  • The soul of the east. By an Indian Lady. Paris: n.p., 1917.
  • Yad Numah: a chapter of Oriental life. London: Hatchard, n.p., 1850.

Ardeshir, F.J. Chinoy and Dinbai A.T. Chinoy

Ayyar, Aiylam Subrahmanier Panchapakesa, 1899-1963.

  • Baladitya: a historical romance of ancient India. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1930.
  • The finger of destiny and other stories. Kumbakonam: G.V.K. Swamy, 1932. 205 p.
  • Gripping tales of India. Tenali: Orient Pub. Co., 1948. 230 p.
  • Indian after-dinner stories. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1925. 2 vols.
  • Jolly old tales of India. Vellore: K.V. Press Book Depot, 1945.
  • Kovalan and Kannaki: the story of the Silappadhikaram. Madras: C. Coomaraswamy Naidu and Sons, 1940. vii, 82 p.; 2nd rev. & enl. ed. Madras: Alliance Co., 1947. xi, 150 p. Retelling of the Tamil epic Silappadikarnam.
  • The legions thunder past. Madras: Rochuse and Sons, 1947.
  • Life is one long sacrifice. Madras: Alliance, 1947. 38 p.
  • Musician shut the gate: stories. Madras: Alliance, n.d.
  • The royal jester: or Tenali Rama. Vellore: K.V. Press, 1943. 36 p.
  • Sense in sex and other stories of Indian women. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1929. 288 p.; 2nd ed. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1948. 284 p.. 288 p.
  • The story of Manimekalai. Vellore: K.V. Press, 1943. 122 p.
  • Tales of Ind. Kumbakonum: G.V.K. Swamy and Co., 1944. xxii, 512 p.
  • Tenali Rama. Madras: Alliance, 1947. viii, 122 p. Revised tales of the Royal jester.
  • Three famous tales. Kumbakonum: G.V.K. Swamy and Co., 1947. 75 p.
  • Three men of destiny. Madras: C. Coomaraswamy Naidu and Sons, 1939. xxix, 409 p.

Ayyar, Chandrasekhar Subrahmanya, 1885-. Pseud Kumara Guru

  • A daughter's shadow. Madras: Pub. by the author, 1943. 38 p. Vol. 2 of Life's shadows.
  • Life's shadows. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1938. 2 vols.

Ayyar, Uttamtanapuram Venkatasubbayyar Svaminatha, 1855-1942. Tamil

  • The story of Udayana. Trans. by T.R. Rajagopala Ayyar. Madras: U. V. Swaminathaiyer Library, 198? xii, 196 p.

Bahadur, Umrao

  • The curse of society. Delhi: Printing and Stationery Depot, 1933.
  • Freaks of fate. Delhi: Indraprastha Vedic Library, 1929. 55 p.
  • Janaki. Delhi: Indraprastha Vedic Library, 1931. 12 p.
  • Love and its charms. Delhi: Indraprastha Vedic Library, 1924. 30 p.
  • Nemesis. N.p.: n.p., n.d.
  • Tears of sorrow. N.p.: n.p., n.d.
  • The unveiled court: the story of a prince's court life. London: Arthur H. Stockwell, 1932. 94 p.

Bai, Kaveri H.

  • Meenakshi's memoirs: a novel of Christian life in the south. Madras: G.A. Nateson, 1937.

Bakhsh, Saiyid Haidar Hindustani

  • The tota kahani: or Tales of a parrot. Trans. from Saiyid Haidar Bakhsh's Hindustani version of Muhammad Qasim's Persian abridgement of Nakhshabi's Tuti nama by George Small. London: n.p., 1875. 240 p.
  • The tota kahani; or Tales of a parrot. Trans. by Duncan Forbes. London: Wm. H. Allen and Co., 1852. 146 p. Urdu/English text.

Balarama, Mallika

  • Home life in Bengal: an account of the everyday life of a Hindu home at the present day. Calcutta: W. Newman, 1885.

Balkrishna, 1882-

Banaji, M.M., 1861-

Bandyopadhyay, Manik, 1908-1956. Bengali

  • Boatman of the Padma. Trans. by Hirendranath Mukerjee. Bombay: Kutub Publishers, 1948. 187 p.; 2nd ed. New Delhi: National Book Trust, India, 1977. vi, 144 p.
  • Padma river boatman. Trans. by Barbara Painter and Yana Lovelock. N.p.: University of Queensland Press, 1973. 142 p.
  • Primeval and other stories. Selected and edited by Debiprasad Chattopadhyay. New Delhi: People's Publishing House, 1958. xiii, 134 p.; New Delhi: People's Publishing House, 1988. xiii, 128 p.
  • The puppet's tale: a novel. Trans. by Sachindralal Ghose. Edited by Arthur Isenberg. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1968. xi, 268 p.; 1977. xii, 272 p.
  • Selected stories. Edited by Malini Bhattacharya. Calcutta: Thema, 1988. 236 p.

Banerjea, S.B.

  • The adventures of Mrs. Russell: stories of mystery form India. London: Stockwell, 1909. 80 p.
  • Indian detective stories. London: Gay and Hancock, 1911. viii, 275 p.
  • Indian tales. 3rd ed. London: Humphrey Milford, 1926.
  • Misunderstood and other sketches of Indian life. Calcutta: S. Bandyapadya, 1907. 40 p.
  • Tales of Bengal. Edited by Francis Henry Skrine. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1910. xii, 187 p.

Banerjee, Bibhuti Bhusan, 1886?-1950. Bengali

  • A strange attachment, and other stories. Trans. by Phyllis Granoff. New York: Mosaic Press, 1984. 277 p.
  • Pather pancali: a song of the road, a Bengali novel. Trans. by T.W. Clark and Tarapada Mukherji. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1968. 326 p.; Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1990. 326 p.
  • Pather panchali. Transcreated by Monika Varma. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1973. 3 vols.
  • Pather panchali: a Bengali novel. Abridged and trans. by Kshitis Roy and Margaret Chatterjee. Bombay, Allied Publ., 1976. 166, 4 p.

Banerjee, H.C.

  • An English girl in Bengal and other stories. Calcutta: Datta, Bose and Co., 1928. 160 p.

Banerjee, Tarasankar, 1898-1971. Bengali

  • Epoch's end. Trans. by Hirendranath Mookherjee. Calcutta: Mitralaya, 1945? iv, 314 p.
  • The eternal lotus. Trans. by Ela Sen. Calcutta: Purvasa, 1945. vi, 114 p.
  • Kalindi: the caprice of the river and the greed of man. Trans. by Leila L. Javitch. New Delhi: Munishiram Manoharlal, 1978. xv, 283 p.
  • Panchagram=five villages. Trans. by Marcus F. Franda and Suhrid K. Chatterjee. Delhi: Manohar Book Service, 1973. 352 p. Second part of Ganadevata.

Bartholomeusz, C.H.

  • Dutu-Gamini: exile and conqueror, King of the Sinhalese. Colombo: Frewin, 1931. 180 p.

Basu, Baren Bengali

  • Rangrut=The recruit. Trans. by Subrata Bannerji. Illus. by Chittaprasad. Bombay: People's Publishing House, 1954. 272 p.

Basu, Subodh, 1908- Bengali

  • The city of the new moghuls. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Granthagar, 1947. 146 p.

Beeharry, Deepchand

  • The road ahead. Port-Louis, Mauritius: Ashley Prints, n.d.

Beg, Farhattulah, 1896-1948. Urdu

  • The last musha'irah of Delhi. Trans. with introduction, notes, glossary and bibliography by Akhtar Qamber. New Delhi: Orient Longman, 1979. x, 126 p.

Beg, Moorad Alee, mirza

  • Lalun, the Beragun or the battle of Panipat. Bombay: n.p., 1884.

Bezbaroa, Lakshminath, 1868-1938. Assamese

Bhagwat, Durga Narayan, 1910-

  • Romance in sacred lore: twenty-two stories. Allahabad: Kitab Mahal, 1946.

Bhattacharya, Bhabani, 1906-1988.

Bilgrami, Abdullah Husain Urdu

Biswas, K.K.

  • Stories of rural Bengal. Calcutta: Purvasa, 1944.

Bose, Irene

Bose, S.S.

  • Humorous sketches. Allahabad: Pioneer Press, 1903. 168 p.

Butt, K.M. Ptalith

  • Some Indian and other stories. Calcutta; Newman, 1897.

Chakravarti, Kedarnath Vidyabinod

  • The liberation: a high class devotional novel, ethical and philosophical. Calcutta: Bejay Gopal Chakravarti, 1924. 270 p.

Chakravarti, Khetrapal

  • Sarala and Hingana: tales descriptive of Indian life. Calcutta: Basu, Mitra and Co., 1895.; 2nd ed. 1899. 126 p.

Chakravarti, S.M.

  • The call. London: Stockwell, 1932. 87 p.

Chandar, Krishan, 1914-1976. Urdu

Chandavarkar, R.P.

  • A surprise for Allison. London: Stockwell, 1936. 62 p.

Chatterjee, Bankim Chandra, 1834-1894. Bengali

  • The abbey of bliss. Trans. by Naresh Chandra Sengupta. Calcutta: T.C. Das, 1906. 201 p.
  • Ananda-math. Abridged and edited by Bijanbihari Bhattacharya. Trans. by Jitendranath Chakrabartti. Calcutta: B. Dhar, n.d. 121 p.
  • Anandamath. Trans. by Sri Aurobindo and Barindra Kumar Ghosh. Calcutta: Basumati Sahitya Mandir, 1945. xi, 194 p.
  • Anandamath. Trans. by Surendramohan Chaudhuri. Calcutta: Brindaban Dhar & Sons, 1947. iv, 46 p.
  • Chandra Shekhar. Trans. by Manmatha Nath Ray Chowdhury. London: Luzac & Co., 1904. viii, 318 p.
  • Dawn over India. Trans. and adapted by Basanta Koomar Roy. New York: Devin-Adair Company, 1941. 230 p.
  • Devi Chaudhurani. Trans. by Subodh Chunder Mitter. Calcutta: Chuckervertty, Chatterjee, 1946. xi, 275, 5 p.
  • Durgesa Nandini: or, the chieftain's daughter, a Bengali romance. Trans. into English prose by Charu Chandra Mookerjee. Calcutta: H.M. Mookerjee, 1880. ii, 204 p.; 2nd ed. Calcutta: Classic Press, 1903. ii, 276 p.
  • Indira and other stories. Trans. by J.D. Anderson. Calcutta: Modern Review Office, 1918. iv, 179 p.; 2nd ed.Calcutta: Modern Review Office, 1925. iv, 179 p.
  • Kapalkundala. Trans. by Debendra Nath Ghosh. Calcutta: K.M. Bagchi, 1919. ii, 153 p.
  • Kopal-kundala, a tale of Bengali life. Trans. by H.A.D. Phillips. London: Trubner, 1885. xxix, 208 p.
  • Krishna Kanta's will. Trans. by Miriam S. Knight with notes by J. F. Blumhardt. London: T.F. Unwin, 1895. 264 p.
  • Krishna-kanta's will. Trans. by Dakshina Ch. Roy. Calcutta: n.p., 1918.
  • Krishnakanta's will. Trans. by J.C. Ghose. Norfolk, Conn: New Directions, 1962. 172 p.
  • The poison tree: a tale of Hindu life in Bengal. Trans. by Miriam S. Knight. London: T.F. Unwin, 1884. xiv, 318 p.
  • Radharani. Trans. by Rabindra Chandra Maulik. Calcutta: International Publishing Co., 1910. ii, 42 p.
  • Rajani. Trans. by P. Mazumdar. Calcutta: The Book Co., 1929. 206 p.

English

  • Rajmohan's wife. Calcutta: R. Chatterjee, 1935. iv, 155 p.; Rajmohan's wife. Edited by Brajendra Nath Banerji and Sajani Kanta Das. Centenary ed. Calcutta: Bangiya Sahitya Parishad, 1940. 100 p.

Bengali

  • Sitaram. Trans. by Sib Chandra Mukerji. Calcutta: School Book & Useful Literature Society, 1903. x, ii, 258 p.
  • Sree, an episode from Sitaram. Trans. by P.N. Bose and H.W.B. Moreno. Calcutta: Central Press, 1919. 38 p.
  • The story of the rings. Trans. by P.N. Bose and H.W.B. Moreno. Calcutta: Central Press, 1918. 42 p.
  • Tales from Bankim. Calcutta: Auddy & Co., n.d.
  • The two rings; and Radharani. Trans. by Dakshina Charan Roy. Calcutta: Student's Library, 1920. iv, 133 p.
  • Two rings. Trans. by Rakhal Chandra Banerjee. Calcutta: Bengal Medical Library, 1897. 43 p.

Works about Chatterjee, Bankim Chandra, 1834-1894.
Dasgupta, Jayant Kumar

  • A critical study of the life and novels of Bankim Chandra. Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1937. 187 p.

Bhattacharya, Mohinimohan

  • Bankim Chandra Chatterjee. Bombay: Times of India Press, n.d.

Das, Motilal

Chatterjee, Santa, 1893- and Seeta Chatterjee Bengali

  • The garden creeper. by Santa Devi and Seeta Devi. Trans. by Seeta Devi. Calcutta: Prabasi Press, 1930. 332 p. ; Calcutta: S.K. Das, 1945? 332 p.; Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1979.
  • Tales of Bengal. by Santa Devi and Seeta Devi. London: Oxford University Press, 1922. 110 p.; Tales of Bengal. by Santa Devi and Seeta Devi. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1979.

Chatterjee, Santha and Seetha

  • Tales of Bengal. London: Oxford University Press, 1922. 110 p.; Calcutta: R. Chatterjee, 1936. xvi, 199 p.

Chatterjee, Seetha

  • The knight errant. Calcutta: R. Chatterjee, 1924. 221 p.

Chatterjee, Upendra Nath Bengali

  • Behula. Based on the Manasamangal Kavya. Calcutta: the author, 1914. 83 p.

Chatterji, Promode Kumar, 1885- Bengali

  • Whom god protects. Trans. by Kalyan Choudhuri. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1969. iv, 134 p.

Chatterji, Ramesh Chandra Bengali

  • Punishment: the life history of an R.M.S. sorter. Trans. by an Associationist [Tarapada Mukherji] Calcutta: B.C. Ghose, 1928. iii, 155 p.

Chatterji, Saratchandra, 1876-1937. Bengali

  • The betrothed: a novel. Trans. by Sachindralal Ghosh. Calcutta: Silpee Sangstha, 1964. 158 p.
  • Biraj bahu. New Delhi: Subodh Publications, 1984. 79 p.
  • Chandranath (Queen's gambit). Trans. by Sachindralal Ghosh. Bombay: Jaico, 1969. vi, 101 p.
  • Charitraheen. Trans. by Benoy Lal Chatterjee. Bombay: Jaico, 1962 . viii, 391 p.
  • The deliverance. Trans. by Dilip Kumar Roy and revised by Aurobindo Ghose. Bombay: Nalanda, 1944. xvi, 104 p.
  • Dev das. New Delhi: Varma Brothers, 196? 163 p.
  • Devas and other stories. Selected and trans. By V.S. Naravane. New Delhi: Lotus Collection, 1996. 224 p.
  • The drought and other stories. Trans. by Sasadhar Sinha. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1970. 122 p.; 2nd ed. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1990. 122 p.
  • The elder sister & other stories. Trans. by V. Naravane. Allahabad: Central Book Depot, 1950. 125 p.
  • The fire: a novel. Trans. by Sachindralal Ghosh. Calcutta: Silpee Sangstha Prakasani, 1964. 276 p.
  • The homecoming = Palli samaj. Trans. by Prasenjit Mukherjee. Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1989. xxiii, 163 p.
  • Mothers and sons: Two novelettes: Deliverance and the compliant prodigal. Trans. by Dilip Kumar Roy. Bombay: Pearl Publications, 1969. 177 p.
  • Profiles in faith: three women. Trnas. By Monish Ranjan Chatterjee. New Delhi: Harpercollins India, 1996. xxxvii, 326 p. Includes: Datta=The betrother; Nishkriti=The deliverance; Darpa churna=Vanquished vanity.
  • Saratbabu's Srikanta. Trans. by K.C. Sen. Bombay: Jaico, 1969. 168 p.
  • Srikanta: the autobiography of a wanderer. Trans. by Kshitis Chandra Sen and Theodosia Thompson. Banaras: India Publishers, 1945. 154 p.
  • Srikanta: the autobiography of a wanderer. [Part one]. Trans. by Kshitis Chandra Sen and Theodosia Thompson. London: Oxford Unversity Press, 1922. xi, 175 p.
  • Vijaya. Trans. by Chandra Auluck. New Delhi: Varma Bros, 1963. 116 p.
  • Viraj bahau. New Delhi: Varma Bros, 1963. 170 p.

Chatterji, Upendra Nath

  • Behula, or, Adventure of a Hindu satee from Padma Purana in Bengal. Calcutta: Published by the author, 1914.

Chattopadhyaya, Romesh Chandra

  • The sorrows of a subpostmaster: a story from life. Calcutta: Book Co., 1927. 227 p.

Chaudhuri, Pramatha, 1868-1946. pseud. Birbal Bengali

  • Tale of four friends. Trans. by Indira Devi Chaudhurani. Santiniketan: Visva-Bharati, 1944. 119 p.

Chaudhuri, Sita (Chatterji), 1895- Bengali

  • The cage of gold. Trans. by A.E. Brown. Calcutta: R. Chatterji, 1923. 200 p.
  • The knight errant. Calcutta: Prabasi Press, 1924. 221 p.; Calcutta: R. Chatterjee, 1945? 221 p.

Chettur, Govinda Krishna, 1898-1936.

  • The ghost city. Mangalore: Basel Mission Bookshop, 1932.

Chettur, Sankara Krishna, 1905-1972.

  • Bombay murder. Bangalore: Higginbothams, 1940. 146 p.
  • The cobras of Dharmashevi and other stories. Madras: Higginbothams, 1937. 146 p.
  • Muffled drums and other stories. Madras: n.p., 1927. 165 p.

Chinoy, Dinbai A.T. and F.J. Chinoy Ardeshir

  • Pootli: a story of life in Bombay. London: T. Werner Laurie, 1915. 215 p.

Chintamani, V.V.

  • Vedantam: the clash of traditions. London: Heath Cranton, 1938. 266 p.

Chughtai, Ismat, 1915-1991. Urdu

  • The quilt & other stories. Trans. by Tahira Naqvi & Syeda S. Hameed. London: The Women's Press, 1987.; New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1990. xxi, 224 p.; Sheep Meadow Press, 1994.

Crowther, S.J.K.

  • The knight errant. Colombo: n.p., 1924.

Daryani, K.S.

  • Sharavan Kumar: a Hindu mythological story of a youth's devotion to parents. Bombay: Mahimker, 1945.

Das, Frieda Mathilda Hauswirth

  • Into the sun. London: Dent, 1933.

Dass, Trilokya Nath

  • Mirimba's wedding. Midnapore: n.p., 1884.

Dastur, D.H.

  • Rajput Rani: being a booklet containing the story of Rani Rajba of Rajputana. Bombay: Ahura Printing, 1939.

Datta, Mahabharata

  • The loves of Camrupa and Camlata: an ancient Indian tale. Suri, Birbhum: J.P. Sinha, 1909. 108, iv p.

Datta, T.K.

  • The modern girl loves to be Juliet to half a dozen Romeos. Lahore: Boba House, 1939. 160 p.

Day, Lal Behari, 1826-1894.

  • Govinda samanta, or, the history of a Bengal raiyat. London: Macmillan, 1874.; Bengal peasant life. London: Macmillan, 1908. 383 p. Reprint with three additional chapters of Govinda Samanta.

DeAlwis, L.H.

  • Dodger and Co., a story of Ceylon public school life. Colombo: Ceylon Examiner Press, 1908. 164 p.

Debi, Raj Lakshmi

  • The Hindu wife, or, The enchanted fruit. Calcutta: J. Ghose, 1876. 107 p.

Desani, Govindas Vishnoodas, 1909-

  • All about Mr. Hatterr. London: Francis Aldor, 1948.

DeSilva, A. Simon, 1840-1922. Sinhala

  • Meena. Trans. by Reginald L. Rajapakse. Colombo: the translator, 1987. 138 p.

Devi, Indira, rajakumari of Kapurthala

  • The revenge of the gods: a story of ancient Egypt. London: Printed for private circulation, 1928. viii, 69 p.

Devi, Shovona

  • The oriental pearls: Indian folklore. London: Macmillan, 1915. 177 p.

Devi, Sunity, dowager maharani of Cooch Behar, 1864-1932.

  • Bengal dacoits and tigers. Calcuta: Tachker, Spink and Co., 1916. 113 p.
  • The beautiful Moghul princesses. Calcutta: Thacker, 1918.
  • The life of Princess Yashodhara: wife and disciple of the Lord Buddha. London: M. Mathers, 1929.

DeZilwa, Lucian, 1875-

  • A Chandala woman. London: Heath & Cranton Ltd., 1919. 311 p.
  • The dice of the gods: a tale of Ceylon. London: Heath Cranton, 1917.; The dice of the gods. 3rd ed. London: Heath & Cranton, 1940. 306 p.
  • The web of circumstance: a novel. London: Skeffington and Son, 1906.

Dihlavi, Mir Amman, c1745-1806. Urdu

  • Annotated glossary to the Bagh o bahar. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co., 1902. 2 parts.
  • Bagh o bahar. Trans. by Duncan Forbes. London: n.p., 1859. 135, 124 p. Urdu/English text.; Bagh o bahar: or, Tales of the four darweshes. London: W.H. Allen & Co., 1874. iv, 315 p.
  • The bagh o bahar. Trans. by W. Quentin. Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1901. 190 p.
  • The bagh o bahar; or, The garden and the spring: being the adventures of King Azad Bakht and the four derweshes literally translated from the Urdu of Mir Amman of Dihli. Trans. by Edward B. Eastwick. Hertford: Stephen Austin, 1852.
  • The bagh-o bahar. Trans. by Adalut Khan. 6th ed. Calcutta: Published by the author's son, 1895. 6, 222 p.
  • The bagh-o-bahar. Trans. by Chhajju Singh. Lahore: Rai Sahib Munshi Gulab Singh & sons, 1897. 166 p.; Same, 1904. 166 p.
  • The Bagh-o-behar. Trans. by W. C. Hollings. Calcutta: Thacker & Co., 1851. 6, 174 p.
  • The chahar darbes: being the story of the four monks. Trans. by Basudeba Tripathee. Calcutta: n.p., 1900. 178 p.
  • The four dervishs: being an English rendering of Mir Amman Delhavi's classical work Bagh-o-bahar. Trans. by Masud-ul-Hasan. Lahore: Ferozsons Book Corp, 1972. iv, 72 p.
  • Selections from the Bagh o bahar. Trans. by J.F. Baness. Calcutta : W. Newman and Co., 1877. 249 p.
  • Selections from the Prem Sagar (by Lallulal) and Bagh-o Bahar (by Mir Amman). Trans. by Adalut Khan. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1881. viii, 399 p.; First published in 1877.
  • The stories of the Bagh o bahar. Being an abstract made from the original text by Edith F. Parry. London: W.H. Allen, 1890. 2, xii, 75 p.
  • The tale of the four durwesh. Trans. by Lewis Ferdinand Smith. With notes by the translator, illustrative of the manners, customs, and ideas of the natives of India. Calcutta: L. Mendes, 1813. xi, 295 p.; Madras: Carnatic Library Press, 1825. 248 p.
  • The tale of the four durwesh. Trans. by Lewis Ferdinand Smith. Bombay: Portuguese Press, 1841. 245 p.; Edited by Katharine Smith Diehl. Calcutta: Oxford & IBH Pub. Co. 1969. x, 313 p.

Durai, Jesudasen Chinna, 1894-

  • Sugirtha: an Indian novel. London: Hulbert Pub., Co., 1929. 242 p.

Dutt, Ajoy Chunder, 1897-

  • Oxford memories and pen pictures. Allahabad: Kitabistan, 19??

Dutt, Ananda Prosad

  • The indolence, or, pieces for the indolent. Calcutta: N.p., 1878.

Dutt, H.

  • Bijoy Chand: an Indian tale. Calcutta: H.C. Dutt, 1888.
  • Lieut. Suresh Biswas: his life and adventures. Calcutta: P.C. Dass, 1899. vii, 171 p.
  • Profulla: a tale of today. Calcutta: H.C. Dutt, 1891.

Dutt, Kylash Chunder

  • A journal of forty-eight hours of the year 1945. Published in "The Calcutta Literary Gazette" June 6, 1835. A short story considered the first work of Indo- English fiction.

Dutt, Manmatha Nath

  • Gleanings from Indian classics. Calcutta: H.C. Dass, 1893-1894. 4 vols. Vol. 1=Tales of Ind; vol. 2=Heroines of Ind; vol. 3-4=Prophets of Ind.

Dutt, Ramesh Chandra, 1848-1909. Bengali

  • The lake of palms: a story of Indian domestic life. Trans. by the author. London: T.F. Unwin, 1902. vii, 256 p.; 2nd ed. 1903. 248 p.
  • The lake of palms; a story of Indian domestic life. Abridged by P.V. Kulkarni. Bombay: n.p., 1931. xvii, i, iii, 127 p.
  • Pratap Singh: the last of the Rajputs. Trans. by Ajoy Chandra Dutt. Calcutta: Elm Press, 1943. vii, 183 p.; Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1963?
  • Sachitra guljarnagar. Trans. into English by Satyabrata Dutta. Calcutta: Firma KLM, 1990. xxx, 146 p.
  • Shivaji; or the morning of Maratha life. Trans. by Krishnalal Mohanlal Jhaveri. Ahmedabad: M.N. Banavatty, 1899. 339 p.
  • Sivaji: a historical tale of the great Mahratta hero & patriot. Trans. by Ajoy C. Dutt. Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1944. vii, 264 p.
  • The slave girl of Agra; an Indian historical romance. Based on Madhavikankan. Trans. by the author. London: T.F. Unwin, 1909. 315 p.; Calcutta: Dasgupta & Co., 1922. vii, 344 p.
  • Todar mull: the conqueror of Bengal. Trans. by Ajoy Dutt. Allahabad: Kitabitan, 1947. vii, 165 p.

Dutt, Shoshee Chunder, 1824-1885 and Saurindra Mohan Tagore

  • Times of yore, or, tales from Indian history from the invasion of Alexander the Great to the battle of Paniput. By S.C. Dutt and Saurindra Mohan Tagore. London: Reeve, 1885.

Dutt, Shoshee Chunder, 1824-1885. pseud. J.A.G. Barton

  • Bengaliana: dish of rice and curry and other indigestible ingredients. Calcutta: Thack, Spink and Co., 1888. vii, 390 p.
  • Realities of Indian life; stories collected from the criminal reports of India to illustrate life, manners, and customs of its inhabitants. London: Reeve, 1885. 393 p.
  • The young zamindar; his erratic wanderings and eventual return; being a record of life, manners, and events in Bengal from forty to fifty years ago. London: Remington, 1883. 3 vols in 1.; London: Lovelly Reeve and Co., 1885. 455 p. His Works, 2nd series, Vol. 4.

Dutt, Sudhindra

  • Orchestra. Calcutta: Bharati Bhavan, 1935.

Dutt, Toru, 1856-1977.

  • Bianca, or, The young Spanish maiden. In "Bengal Magazine" January-April 1879.

Edirvirasinghe, J.C.

  • Hidden treasure of the Vedda country. Weligama: L.P. Patrick, n.d.

Edirvirasinghe, N. Samuel

  • Raymond and his sister. Book I. Point Pedro: Kalanidi Press, 1925.

Ekanayaka, R.A.I.

  • Off-hour sketches: Round the "Liggal" & other stories. Wellawatte: n.p., 1923. 104 p.

Endrikar, Y.

  • Gamblers in happiness. London: Heath Cranton, 1930.

Fernandez, G. Arnold

  • The romance of a zenana. Madras: Hoe and Co., 1900. and Bombay: Advocate of India Press, 1900.

Furtado, Joseph (Sebastiao Jose Palegie Furtado), 1872-1947.

  • Golden Goa. Bombay: Published by the author, 1938. 233 p.

Fyzee-Rahamin, S., 1880-

  • Gilded India. London: Herbert Joseph, 1937. 295 p.

Gangooly, Jogunath Chunder

  • Juthoo and his Sunday school: or, Child life in India by a native brahmin. Boston: Walker, Wise, and Co., 1861. viii, 90 p.

Ganguli, Taraknath, 1844-1891. Bengali

  • The brothers. Trans. by Edward Thompson. London: India Society, 1928. 181 p.
  • A glimpse into the Indian inner home: being a faithful rendering into English of Taraknath Ganguli's popular Bengali novel. Trans. by Bidhubhusan Mukerjee. Calcutta: S.K. Lahiri, 1903. viii, 301 p.
  • Svarnalata: or, scenes from Hindu village life in Bengal. Trans. by Dakshinacharan Roy. Calcutta: Sanyal, 1906. xii, 504 p.; 4th ed. Revised by Charles H. Tawney. Calcutta: Keshab Chandra Bhanja Chowdhury, 1912. 311 p.; London: Macmillan & Co., 1920. viii, 288 p.

Gaur, C.H.

  • Reflection. Jaipur: n.p., 1943.

Gazdar, Manek Jehangirji, 1904-

  • Adventures of a fair girl in serach of social distinction: a socio-political satire. Allahabad: Kitamahal, 1945. 108 p.

Ghamat, Kaikhusrau Edalji

  • My friend, the barrister. Bombay: n.p., 1908.

Gharib-Parwar, pseud.

  • In the P.W.D. Bombay: Education Society's Press, 1888.

Ghosal, Svarna Kumari Tagore, 1855-1932. Bengali

  • The fatal garland. Trans. by the author. Edited by A. Christina Albers. Calcutta: S.K. Kahiri, 1910. i, i, 172 p.; London: T.W. Laurie, 1915. 224 p.
  • Short stories. Trans. by the author. Madras: Ganesh & Co., 1919. iii, 242 p.
  • Short stories: social and historical. Madras: Ganesh and Co., 1930.
  • To whom? an Indian love story. Trans. by Sovona Devi. Calcutta: n.p., 1913. i, ii, 207 p.
  • An unfinished song. London: T. Warner Laurie, 1913. iv, 219 p.

Ghose, Jadunath Bengali

  • The Rajopakhyan or the history of Kooch Behar. Trans. by Rev. R. Robinson. Calcutta: Baptist Press, 1874. xii, 244 p.

Ghosh, A. Sarath Kumar, 1883-

  • 1001 Indina nights: the trails of Narayan Lal. London: Heinemann, 1904. 247 p. And Bombay: Perennial Press, 1961. 148 p.
  • The prince of destiny: the new Krishna. London: Rebman, 1909. viii, 630 p.; London: Rebman, 1910, viii, 630 p. and London: London Press Co., vii, 630 p.
  • Verdict of the gods. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1905. 307 p.; Reprint of: 1001 Indian nights.

Ghosh, S. Bengali

  • Lakshmee sketched in red and blue or the legend of the golden lotus. 2nd ed. Calcutta: S. Ghosh, 1913. 72 p.

Gidvani, Motumal Mangharam

  • A counterfeit coin: a story of Indian life. Hyderabad, Sind: Sind Art Pub., 1921. 28 p.

Godinha, J.

  • Abdul Aziz: a tale of romance. Bombay: Nichol's Printing Works, 1892.

Gomes, Francisco Luiz, 1829-1869. Portuguese

  • The Brahmans: a novel. Trans. by Joseph DeSilva. Bombay: P.A. Fialho, 1889. xv, 174 p.; Bombay: Sindhu Publ., 1971. vi, 185 p.ed.

Gopalan, Seshachala, 1907-

  • Old Tanjore: an historical novel. Madras: R.R. Rama Iyer, 1937.

Gorwalla, D.M.

  • Saarda: the tale of a Rajput maid. Bombay: n.p., 1931.

Gour, Hariprasad Singh, 1869-1949.

  • His only love. London: Henry Walker, 1930. 288 p.

Gracias, Louis

  • Eastern clay. Calcutta: Published by the author, 1948. 145 p.
  • Wild winds. Calcutta: Published by the author, 1940.

Gupta, Guru Lal

  • Rural sketches. Calcutta: n.p., 1888.

Gupta, Himanshu Bengali

  • The Jap fifth column. Trans. by S.K. Sen. Calcutta: Dey Brothers, 1945. 142 p.

Habib, Mohammad

  • The desecrated bones and other stories. London: Oxford University Press, 1925. 185 p.

Haldar, Gopal, 1902- Bengali

  • Ekada. Trans. by Parimal K. Chatterjee. New Delhi: People's Publishing House, 1969. xii, 157 p.

Hali, Khvajah Altaf Husain, 1837-1914. Urdu

  • Truth unveiled: translation of Mussaddas-e-Hali. Trans by A Rauf Luther. Lahore: Sh. Mubarak Ali, 1978. 15, 77 p.
  • Voices of silence: English translation of Khwaja Altaf Hussain Hali's Majalis un-nissa and Chup ke dad. Trans. & edited by Gail Minault. Delhi: Chanakya Publications, 1986. 179 p.

Haribhai, Manibhai

  • How Shankar Patel found funds for a Cholera-Pleasing. Bombay: Family Printing Press, 1888. 8 p.

Hasan, Mir, 1727-1787. Urdu

  • Nasr i benazir: an eastern fairy tale. Trans. by C.W. Bowdler Bell. Calcutta: n.p., 1871.

Hauli, Sheela

  • Potpouri: a series of short tales. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co., 1912.

Hingorani, Rochiram Udhandas

  • When east loves west. London: Edward Goldston, 1939. ix, 371 p.

Hossain, Rokeya Sakhawat, 1880-1932. Bengali

  • Sultana's dream and selections from "The Secluded Ones". Edited and translated by Roushan Jahan. New York: The Feminist Press, 1988. 112 p.

Hussain, Iqbalunnisa

  • Purdah and polygamy: a life in an Indian Muslim household. Bangalore: Hosali Press, 1944. 310 p.

Hutheesing, Krishna Nehru, 1907-

  • Shadows on the wall. New York: John Day, 1948. 116 p.

Ishvani, G., pseud.

  • The brocaded sari. New York: John Day, 1946. 205 p.
  • Girl in Bombay. London: Pilot Press, 1947. Reprint of The brocaded sari.

Iyengar, Masti Venkatesa, 1891-1986. Kannada

  • Short stories. Trans. mainly by the author. Bangalore: the author , 1943. 5 vol.
  • Subbanna. Trans. by the author. Bangalore: B.B.D. Power Press, 1943. vi, ii, 131 p.

Iyer, Padmanabha P.

  • Indian tales. Srirangam: Sri Vani Vilas Press, 1924.

Izzat-ul-Lah, Sheikh Urdu

  • Bul-e bakawuli. Trans. by Thomas Philip Manuel. Allahabad: National Press, 1901. 136 p.
  • Gool-i-bukawulee. Trans. by T.P. Manuel. Lucknow: n.p., 1902. 216 p.
  • Gul-e bakawoli. 2nd ed. Trans. by Bawa Chhajju Singh. Lahore: n.p., 1895. 130 p.
  • Gul-e bakavali. Trans. by R.P. Anderson. Delhi: n.p., 1851.

Jayasimha, H.D.

  • Yarns: a collection of Christmas stories. Colombo: Ceylon Independent Press, 1919. 118 p.

Kabir, Humayun, 1906-1969.

  • Men and rivers. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1945. 175 p.
  • Of cabbages and kings. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1948.
  • Three stories. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1947.

Kapur, Pushpa

  • Rajni. New Delhi: Ramakrishna and Sons, 194? 265 p.

Kapur, Vimla

  • Life goes on. Lahore: Associated Pub., 1946. 274 p.

Karaka, Dosoo Framjee, 1911-

  • Just flesh. Bombay: Thacker, 1941.
  • There lay the city. Bombay: Thacker, 1942.
  • We never die. Bombay: Thacker, 1944. 238 p.

Karanth, Kota Shivarama, 1902-1997. Kannada

  • Back to the soil. Trans. by A.N. Murthy Rao. Puttur: Harsha Printery and Publications, 1950. ii, viii, 358 p.

Kazi, I.I. 1886-1968.

  • Adventures of the brown girl (companion to the Black girl of Mr. Bernard Shaw) in her search for God. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1933. 112 p.;
  • Selected writings and speeches of Allama I.I. Kazi. Edited and compiled by Mushtak Ali Kazi. Karachi: Royal book Co., 1997. X, 550 p. Includes: Adventures of the Brown girl in her search for God, pp.1-93.

Khan, Panchkouree

  • Revelations of an orderly. Benares: Lazares, 1866.

Khatri, Devaki Nandan, 1861-1913. Hindi

  • Chandrakanta. Trans. by Pankaj Bhan. Delhi: Books for All, 1990? 255 p.

Khushdil Hindustani

  • The adventures of a sepoy. Trans. by M.L. Dube. Agra: Rashid Press, 1892. 24 p.

Krishna, Kamala

  • Torchbearers: a story of the realms of master souls. Chicago: Solar Logos Pub. Co., 1925. 380 p.

Krishnan, O.U.

  • A little laugh. Bombay: Karnatak Press, 1927. iv, 107 p.
  • The night side of Bombay. Cannanore: L.K. Sreedhavan, 1938.

Krishnaswami, T.B.

  • The queen of the coral-reefs: an old time wreath of romance from the coast of the Coromandel in sprightly rhythmic prose. Madras: T. Nagabramany Row Bros., 1916. iv, 41 p.
  • Selma: a tale of the times of old. Madras: T. Naga Subramanya Row Bros., 1916. 214 p.
  • The dream palace and other stories. Madras: E.M. Gopalakrishna Kone, 1930.

Kumar, Jainendra, 1905-1988. Hindi

  • Resignation. Trans. by Sachchidananda Vatsyayan Agyeya. Delhi: Siddharth Publications, n.d., 106 p.
  • Tyagpatra: letter of resignation. Trans. by S. Saksena. Benares: The India Library, 1948.

Kurup, M. Balakrishna

  • Disappointed Germans. Talipady: Published by the author, 1939. 135 p.

Lahiri, Kali Krishna Bengali

  • Roshinara: a historical romance. Trans. by Nobo Chandra Sen. Trichinopoly: Wednesday Review Press, 1912. iii, 275 p.

Madhaviah, Appavaiya, 1972-1925. pseud. Kushika

  • Clarinda: a historical figure. Madras: Authors Press, 1915. viii, 258 p.
  • Kushika's short stories on marriage, reform and allied topics. Madras: Authors Press, 1924. 2 vols. First published as: Short stories, 1916.
  • Lieut. Panju: a modern India. Madras: Authors Press, 1924. 210 p.

Tamil

  • Muthumeenakshi: the autobiography of a Brahmin girl. Trans. by the author's daughter. Madras: Law Printing House, 1915. iii, 121 p.

English

  • Nanda, the pariah who overcame caste. Madras: Indian Publishing House, 1923. 88 p.
  • Satyananda. Bangalore: Mysore Review, 1909.
  • Short stories. Madras: Hindu Office, 1912.; Short stories. Madras: Methodist Publishing House, 1916; see also : Kushika's short stories on marriage, reform and allied topics, 1924.
  • Thillai Govindan: a posthumous autobiography. Madras: Srinivasa, Varadachari and Co., 1903. viii, 139 p.; London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1916.

Manjeshwar, Saguna

  • The moon god's complaint and other stories. Bombay: India Book House, 1925.

Manto, Sa`adat Hasan, 1912-1955. Urdu

  • The best of Manto: a collection of his short stories. Edited and trans. by Jai Ratan. New Delhi: Sterling, 1989. viii, 158 p.
  • Black milk: a collection of short stories. Trans. by H. Jalal. Lahore: Alkitab, 1956. 253 p.
  • Kingdom's end and other stories. Trans. by Khalid Hasan. New York: Verso Editions; UK/Routledge, Chapman Hall, 1987. 257 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books (India), 1989. 257 p.

Meerza, Wasif Ali

  • A mind's reproduction. Calcutta: Newman and Co., 1934.

Meghani, Zaverchand Kalidas, 1896-1947. Gujarati

  • Earthen lamps: a novel. Trans. by Vinod Meghani. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1979. 204 p.

Mehta, Dorab Rustomji, 1917-

  • Mystery of the monocle. Bombay: Pub. by the author, 1935.

Mehta, Rustam H.M.

  • How he got over: a story of English life. Bombay: Published by the author, 1918.

Mendis, Rosalind, 1902-1996.

  • The tragedy of a mystery: a Ceylon story. London: Arthur H. Stockwell, 1929. 144 p.

Menon, Oyyarattu Cantu, 1847-1899. Malayalam

  • Crescent moon. Trans. by R. Leela Devi. New Delhi: Pankaj Publications, 1979. 195 p.
  • Indulekha: a Malayalam novel. Trans. by W.C.S. Dumergue. Madras: Printed by Addison, 1890. xix, 304 p.; Calicut: Mathrubhumi Printing & Publ. Co., 1965. xxv, 375 p.

Miriyadairaman Telugu

  • Tales of Mariada Raman, 21 amusing stories. Trans. by P. Ramachandra Rao. Madras: Natesan, 1902. iv, 69 p.

Mirza, Nadarbeg Kalichbeg

  • Dilkusha: a romance of Sind life. Karachi: Sind Publishing House, 1925.

Mitra, Jatendra Nath

  • Towards the dawn: a contemporary political novel of India's new life. Lucknow: Anglo-Oriental Press, 1922.

Mitra, Premendra, 1904-1988. Bengali

  • Kaleidoscope: a novel. Trans. by Ela Sen. Calcutta: Purvasa Ltd., 1945. iv, 116 p.
  • When the ants came: piprey puran. Trans. by Enakshi Chatterjee. Calcutta: Orient Longman, n.d.

Mitra, Pyarichand 1814-1883. psd. Tek Chand Thakur Bengali

  • The spoilt child: a tale of Hindu domestic life. Trans. by G.D. Oswell. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1893. xiv, 234 p.

Mitra, Siddha Mohana, 1856-1925.

  • Hindupore, a peep behind the Indian unrest: an Anglo- Indian romance. London: Luzac, 1909. 317 p.

Modak, Cyril Jenner, 1906-

  • Nurjahan: a historical and sociological novel based on historical records. Allahabad: Kitab Mahal, 1946. 289 p.

Mohamed, Khwaja Ali

  • Ram Dai: a tale of Hindu home life. London: Blackwood, 1900. 208 p. ; Includes "Essays" pp. 163-208.

Mohammedali, Tayebhhai, pseud. Tulip

  • The oriental love: or, A tragic Tataric tale. Calcutta: Roberts, 1931. ii, 151 p.

Mookerjea, Tarachand

  • The scorpions: or Eastern thoughts. Allahabad: n.p., 1868.

Moreno, Henry W. Bunn, 1875-

  • Freemasonry revealed! Calcutta: Imperial Press, 1907. 58 p.
  • The sorrows of Louis, infant king of France: a story for the young and uninitiated. Calcutta: Imperial Press, 1907. 20 p.

Mudaliar, C.T. Parthasarti

  • Bhima, the giant killer. Madras: Macmillan, 1926. 25 p.

Mudaliyar, Anur Somasundaram

  • A durbar in a dream: a romance of a world to be seen. Madras: C.N. Press, 1903. 20 p.
  • Rambles in imagination: novel containing several scenes of human life. Madras: V.J. Manickavaloo Moodelliar, 1897. iv, 41 p.

Mukerjea, Jeevan Krishna Bengali

  • Haridasi: sketch of a family life in Bengal. Trans. by J.B. Kotlingham. Calcutta: The Baptist Mission Press, 1915. 7, 52 p.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal, 1890-1936.

  • The chief of the herd. London: J.M. Dent and Sons, 1929. 168 p.
  • Fierce-face: the story of a tiger. New York: Dutton, 1936. 75 p.
  • Gay-neck: the story of a pigeon. London: J.M.Dent and Songs, 1928. 197 p.
  • Ghond: the hunter. London. J.M. Dent and Sons, 1929. 204 p.
  • Hari: the jungle lad. New York: Dutton, 1924. ix, 220 p.
  • Jungle beasts and men. New York: Dutton, 1923. ix, 160 p.
  • Kari: the elephant. London: J.M. Dent and Sons, 1922. vii, 135 p.
  • The master monkey. New York: Dutton, 1932. xvi, 261 p.
  • Rama: the hero of India. London: J.M. Dent and Sons, 1931. 219 p.
  • Secret listeners of the east. London: Dutton, 1926. vii, 205 p.

Mukerji, S.

  • Indian ghost stories. 2nd ed. Allahabad: A.H. Wheeler and Co., 1917. xiv, 188 p. 4th ed. Allahabad: A.H. Wheeler and Co., 1921.
  • The mysterious traders. Calcutta: A.H. Wheeler and Co., 1915. 107 p.

Mukherji, Damodar, 1853-1907. Bengali

  • Golden lotus: or, the Sonar kamal. Trans. by R.P. De. Calcutta: the translator, 1917. iii, 288 p.
  • Ma-o-meye, or, the mother and daughter: a Bengali romance. Trans. by R.P. De. Calcutta: J.N. Basu, 1906. iii, 203 p.
  • Mother and daughter, or a true picture of Hindu life in Bengal. Trans. by R.P. De. Calcutta: Dutta Bose, 1923.

Mukherji, Jeevan Krishna Bengali

  • Haridasi; a sketch of family life in Bengali. Trans. by Mrs. J.D. (Seelavati) Kotlingam. Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1915. 51 p.

Mukherji, Prabhat Kumar, 1873-1932. Bengali

  • Stories of Bengalee life. Trans. by Miriam S. Knight and the author. Calcutta: Chuckervertty, Chatterji & Co., 1912. 256 p.

Mull, Sanjhi

  • The interesting story of prince Poorun. Delhi: n.p., 1886.

Mullens, Hannah Catherine (Lacroix), 1826-1861. Bengali

  • The history of Phulmoni and Karuna: a book for native Christian women. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Sanders, Cones and Co., 1853. 138 p.

Mungaji, V.

  • The brilliant simantak: or, The most striking legend of an antique kohinur. Bombay: Perservering Printing Press, 1889. 15 p.

Muni, Ganapati, 1878-1936. Telugu

  • Satyaprabha. by Ganapati Muni and his son, Vasista. Trans. by G. Srirama Murty. Anakapalle, Andhra Pradesh: Kavyakantha Bharati, 1982. xiv, 315 p.

Munshi, Kanaiyalal Maneklal, 1887-1971 Gujarati

  • Prithvi vallabh. Trans. By H.M. Patel. Bombay:Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1996. 161 p.

Works about K.M. Munshi

  • Munshi: his art and work. Bombay: Shri Kanaialal Munshi Diamond Jubilee Committee, 1947. xxiii, 545 p.

Munshi, Motilal Mugatlal

  • Beauty and joy: an interesting and instructive novel of Indian life: a moral guide to all communities. Surat: Gujarati Printing Press, 1914.

Nagarajan, Krishnaswamy, 1893-1986.

  • Athawar house. Madras: Higginbothams, 1937. 312 p.
  • Cold rice. Madras: Shakti Karyalayam, 1945. 163 p.

Naidu, M. Venkatesaiya

  • The princess Kamala: or, The model wife. Madras: A.L.V. Press, 1904. c, vi, 183 p.

Namonarayana, pseud.

  • Premanand and Pushpavati: or, The purdah princess and her poet lover; an original tale of Indian life, love and romance. Madras: Kanara Press, 1927. 77 p.

Narain, Ram

  • The tigress of the harem. New York: Macaulay Co., 1930. 389 p.

Narayan, Rasipuram Krishnaswamy, 1906-

  • An astrologer's day and other stories. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1947. 259 p.
  • The bachelor of arts. London: T. Nelson, 1937. 211 p.
  • Cyclone and other stories. Madras: Rock House Sons, 1944; Mysore: Indian Thought Pub., 1945.
  • The dark room. London: Macmillan, 1938. 210 p.; Bombay: Pearl Pub., 1960. 158 p.; Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1972. 179 p.
  • Dodu and other stories. Mysore: Indian Tought Pub., 1943; 2nd ed. 1946.
  • The English teacher. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1945. 184 p.; Mysore: Indian Thought Pub., 1971. Published in the United States as: Grateful to life and death.
  • Malgudi days. Mysore: Indian Thought Pub., 1943.
  • Swami and friends. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1935. 252 p.; Mysore: Indian Thought Pub., 1942, 1956. 159 p.

Natesan, T.L., 1895- Pseud. Shanker Ram

  • Creatures all. Madras: A.N. Purnah, 1932.
  • The children of the Kaveri. Madras: A.N. Purnah, 1926.
  • The love of dust. Madras: A.N. Purnah, 1938.

Nath, Dina

  • The two friends: a descriptive story of the Lahore life. Lahore: n.p., 1889. 121 p.

Nawaz, Mumtaz Jahan Shah, 1912-1948. Bengali

  • The heart divided. Lahore: Mumtaz Publ., 1957. vii, 507 p.

Nayadu, B.S.

  • The virgin martyr: a tale. Port Louis, Mauritius: Modern Printing Establishment, 1922.

Neogi, Dwijendra Nath

  • Anecdotes of Indian life. Calcutta: S.K. Lahiri, 1920; 2nd ed. Calcutta: S.K. Lahari, 1923. xi, 135 p.
  • Sacred tales of India. London: Macmillan, 1916. 139 p; 2nd ed. Calcutta: n.p., 1919.
  • Tales: sacred and secular. Calcutta; P. Mukhopadhyay and Sons, 1912. 361 p.
  • True tales of Indian life. London: Macmillan, 1917. 115 p.

Nikambe, Sevantibai M.

  • Ratnabai: a sketch of a Bombay high caste Hindu young wife. London: Marshall Brothers, 1895.

Nizami, Hasan, khvajah Urdu

  • Ex-King Edward's diary of the ten eventful days. Trans. by M. Fazl-i-Hamud. Delhi: Munadi Pub. Co., 1937. 116 p.

Noon, Firoz Khan, 1893-

  • Scented dust. Lahore: Rai Sahib M. Gulab Singh & Sons, 1941. 494 p.; 2nd ed. Karachi: Ferozson, 1965. 493 p.
  • Wisdom from fools. Lahore: Rai Sahib M. Gulab Singh & Sons, 1940. 171 p.

Pal, Radha Ballav

  • A glimpse of zenana life in Bengal. Calcutta: S.C. Auddy, 1904. 162 p.

Panikkar, T.K. Gopal

  • Storm and sunshine: a novel illustrative of Malayalee domestic life. Calicut: Normal Printing Burueau, 1916. 135 p.

Panjabi, Khooshie Lal

  • Nevertheless I love her still. Bombay: Punkul Publishing House, 1944.
  • Will you marry me, please? Bombay; Punkul Publishing House, 1944.

Panza, Sancho, pseud.

  • Wife or maid: a jubilee romance. Peshawar: Commerical Press, 1897.

Parthasarathi, C.

  • Sangili karuppan: or, The wheel of destiny, a south Indian romance in English. Vellore: n.p., 1920. 184 p.

Parukutty

  • Julian: a tale of love. Madras: n.p., 1908.

Paul, Dhirendra Nath

  • The mysteries of Calcutta: Edited by M. Sen. Calcutta: Datta, Bose, 1925. 3 vols.
  • The mysteries of the Mogul court. Calcutta: Datta, Bose, 1918-1919. 2 vols.
  • The mysteries of the Mogul durbar: an historical romance. Calcutta: Datta, Bose, 1921-22. 2 vols.

Peiris, H. J. Marston

  • Lost love. Colombo: Felix Press, 1931. 92 p.

Pennell, Alice Maud Sorabji

  • The begum's son. London: John Murray, 1928.
  • Children of the border. London: John Murray, 1926.
  • Doorways of the east: an Indian novel. London: John Murray, 1931.

Phadke, Narayan Sitaram, 1894-1978. Marathi

  • Leaves in the August wind: a novel with the Indian upheavel of August 1942 for its background. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1947. 174 p.

Pillai, C.V. Raman, 1858-1922. Malayalam

  • Marthanda varma. Trans. by R. Leela Devi. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1979. 292 p.

Pillai, Thakazhi Sivasankara, 1912- Malayalam

  • Scavenger's son. Trans. by R.E. Asher. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1975. 142 p.
  • Two measures of rice: a novel. Trans. by M.A. Shakoor. Bombay: Jaico, 1967. 117 p.

Pillai, Thottakadu Ramakrisha. pseud. T. Ramakrishna.

  • The dive for death: an Indian romance. London: George Allen, 1891. 153 p.
  • Life in an Indian village. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1891. 212 p.
  • Padmini: an Indian romance. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1903. viii, 222 p.

Ponratnam, S. 1914-

  • Spotted green. N.p.: n.p., 1934.

Pottekkatt, Shankaran Kutty, 1913-1982. Malayalam

  • Vishakanyaka. Trans. by V. Abdulla. Trichur: Kerala Sahitya Akademi, 1980. 190 p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937. Hindi

  • Sinners and saints: tales of Hinduism. Trans. by Shyam Ratam Gupta. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1977. 122 p.

Punt, Rama Krishna

  • The boy of Bengal. London: n.p., 1866.

Raj, P. V. Ramaswami, 1852-1897.

  • Indian fables. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1887. xii, 129 p.
  • The tales of the sixty mandarins. London: Cassell and Co., 1886. xv, 280 p.

Rajagopalachari, Chakravarti, 1879-1972. Telugu

  • The fatal cart and other stories. Trans. by C.R. Ramaswami. New Delhi: Hindustan Times, 1946? 140 p.

Rajah, H.

  • Is it a crime? Bombay: Young Liberator Office, 1933.
  • Sparks from our life. Madras: National Literature Pub. Co., 1934.

Rajgopal, K.

  • The faded flower. Madras: Rajagopalachari, 1924.

Ram, Khushi

  • An ideal happy life: or, Do but never mind. Lahore: n.p., 1923. 119 p.

Rama, K.S., 1918-

  • Short stories. N.p.: n.p., 1941.

Ramabai, C. Trikannad

  • Victory of faith and other stories. Ramnagar: T. Gopalakrishna Rao, 1935. x, 214 p.

Ramabhadran, Narayana, 1890-

  • Kettle drums. Mangalore: Basil Mission Press, 1933. viii, 161 p.

Ramdayal, R.

  • Lilawatee: a tale. Port-Louis, Mauritius: Modern Printing Establishment, 1923. 34 p.

Ramzan, Muhammad

  • The rajah. N.p.: n.p., 1929.

Rana, Parakram Jung Bhahdur

  • Tales from the mystics of the East. Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1936. xiii, 133 p.

Rao, Ananda Vittal

  • The man in the red tie and other stories. Bombay: International Book House, 1942. 162 p.

Rao, D.S. Ramachandra

  • Lakshmi's triumph: a message from the stars. Madras: G.A. Natesan and Co., 1936.

Rao, Gulvadi Shiva

  • The opportunist and other stories. Madras: Indian Publishing House, 1925. 146 p.

Rao, K.R., 1923- . pseud. Temporau

  • None shall live. Rajkat: Kitabghar, 1945.
  • On the sands of Juhu. Rajkat: Kitabghar, 1945.
  • Voyage thro' warm blood. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

Rao, Raja, 1909-

  • Kanthapura. London: Allen and Unwin, 1938; Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1974.
  • The cow of the barricades and other stories. London: Oxford University Press, 1947.

Rao, Sukhalata

  • Behula: an Indian myth. Calcutta: U. Ray and Sons, 1930.

Ratnam, Schwartz Pon

  • Spotted green: Indian ghost stories. London: A. H. Stockwell, 1934. 78 p.

Rau, K. Venkoba

  • Kumuda: a thrilling social English novel. Madras: n.p., 1914. iv, 76 p.

Rau, P. Rangaprasada

  • The castle of horrors: a romantic Indian tale of the early seventies. Pithapuram: Sree Vidwajjana Manoranjani Printing Press, 1912. iii, 188 p.

Rau, Rentala Venkata Subba

  • Kamala's letters to her husband. Mylapore, Madras: English Publishing House, 1902. 285 p.

Rau, T. Jivaji

  • Miriada Raman. Madurai: n.p., 1906.

Rau, Varanasi Srinivasa

  • The Portuguese ambassador. Bezwada: n.p., 1917. 373 p.

Rawlley, Ratan Chand, 1894-

  • Mr. John Bull speaks out. Bombay: Thacker and Co., 1943.

Roped in, pseud.

  • Reflections. Calcutta: Lal Chand & Sons, 1921. vi, 140 p.

Row, Chilkuri S. Narsimha

  • How I became a maharaja. Madras: n.p., n.d.
  • Mysteries of the court of a maharaja. Madras: n.p., n.d.
  • The confessions of a bogus patriot. Madras: Gandhi House, 1923. 128 p.

Roy, Jamini Kisore Bengali

  • The rapturous joy of Bengal. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Asutosh Library, 1925. iv, 102 p.

Fiction by Individual Authors (continued)

Sadik, M.M.

  • Zamelah. Qadian: n.p., 1929? 8 p.

Sankrtyayana, Rahula, 1893-1963. Hindi

  • From Volga to Ganga: a picture in nineteen stories of the historical, economic and political evolution of the human society from 6000 B.C. to 1922 A.D. Trans. by Victor Kiernan. Bombay: People's Publication House, 1947. 253 p.; 2nd ed. Mussoorie, India: Rahula Publications, 1953. 256 p.

Santhanam, Kasturiranga Iyengar, 1885- Tamil

  • Eight seers of rice and other stories of Indian life. Trans. by the author. Madras: Sundara Prasuralayam, 1958. 138 p.

Sastri, Sivanatha Bengali

  • Second daughter-in-law; or the history of Pramada, the wife of the second son. Trans. by M.S. Knight. London: n.p., 1882.

Satthianadhan, Krupabai S., 1862-1894.

  • Kamala: a story of Hindu life. Madras: Srinivasa Varadachari and Co., 1894. xxxvii, 208 p.; Bombay: R.A. Sagoon, 1895. Continuation of: Saguna, a story of native Christian life. First serialized in Madras Christian College Journal.
  • Saguna: a story of native Christian life. Madras: Srinivasa Varadachari and Co., 1895. 247 p.

Satthianandhan, Kamala Ratnam, 1879-1950. and Samuel Satthianandh

  • Stories of Indian Christian life. By Samuel Satthianadhan and Kamala Ratnam Satthianadhan. Madras: Srinivasa Varacachari and Co., 1898. iv, 282 p. Twelve stories, six by each author.

Satthianandhan, Kamala Ratnam, 1879-1950.

  • Detective Janaki. Bombay: Thacker and Co., 1944. 169 p.

Sen, Dineshchandra, 1866-1939. Bengali

  • Behula: the Indian "Pilgrim's progress". Trans. by J.W. Petaval and Kiran Chandra Sen. Calcutta: R. Cambray & Co., 1923. xxiv, 100 p.
  • Sati: a mythological story. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Atul Calcutta: Atul Chandra Chakraverti, 1912. 107, 11 p.; Calcutta: A. C. Chakraverti, 1916. xxxi, 107, 16 p.

Sen, Ela, 1899-

  • Darkening days: being a narrative of famine-stricken Bengal. Calcutta: Susil Gupta, 1944. 179 p.
  • Midnight on the lakes and other stories. Bombay: Thacker and Co., 1943.

Sen, Makhan Lal

  • A romance of the Mogul harem. Calcutta: Dutt, Bose and Co., 1933. 290 p.

Sen, Snehalata Bengali

  • Nahal, the musician, and other tales. Madras: S. Ganesan, 1923. 143 p.

Senapati, Fakir Mohan, 1843-1918. Oriya

  • Six acres and a half: Oriya novel=Chhamana atha guntha. Trans. by B.M. Senapati and A.M. Senapathi. Delhi: Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, 1967. 127 p.
  • The stubble under the cloven hoof: an imaginative recast of Fakir Mohan Senapati's masterpiece of Oriya fiction, Cho Mano Athor Gunta. Cuttack: Sahitya Sansad, 1967. vi, xix, 365 p.
  • Tales from Fakir Mohan. Trans. by Jayanta Mahapatra. Cuttack: Cuttack Students' Store, 1969. 102 p.

Sengupta, Nares Chandra, 1892-

  • The idiot's wife: a stirring story of domestic and social life in Bengal. Trans. by the author from Bengali. Madras: G.A. Natesan, 1934.

Sengupta, Naresh Chandra, 1882- Bengali

  • Idiot's wife: a stirring story of domestic and social life in Bengal. Rendered into English from the drama Narayani. 2nd ed. Madras: G.A. Natesan, 1944. 59 p.

Sengupta, Pabitra K., 1908-

  • Rainbow over Malaya. N.p. (India): n.p., 1928.; Calcutta: Susil Gupta, 1945.

Sett, Adi K., 1904-

  • Chameleons. Bombay: B.G. Gandbhir, 1928. 256 p.

Shah, A.

  • Tiger of the frontier: being the hair-rasing adventures and exploits of Shair Khan, the Pathan cheiftain. London: Sampson, Low, 1939.

Shahani, Ranjee Gurdarsing, 1904-1968. pseud. Hasan Ali

  • A white man in search of god. London: Lester and Welbech, 1943.
  • The changeling. London: H. Joseph, 1933. 267 p.

Shankar, Shyam

  • Wit and wisdom of India. London: Routledge, 1924. 192 p.

Sharar, Abdul Halim, 1860-1926. Urdu

  • Paradise on earth. Trans. by Masud-ul-Hasan. Lahore: Ferozsons, 1978. ii, 135 p.

Sharar, Dewan

  • Eastern tales. Bombay: Thacker, 1943.
  • The gong of Shiva. London: G.C.harrap, 1935. 254 p.

Sharma, M.P.

  • Awakening: a selection of short stories. Allahabad: Published by the author, 1932.

Sharma, Ram Saran, 1913-

  • Out of bitterness. Allahabad: Kitab Mahal, 1946. 128 p.

Shastri, Haraprasad, 1853-1931. Bengali

  • The triumph of Valmiki. Trans. by R.R. Sen. Chittagong: M.R. Sen, 1909. vii, 126 p.

Shauq, Nawab Mirza, 1773-1871. Urdu

  • Zahr-i-ishq, or, poison of love: a love narrative from Awadh. Trans. by Shah Abdus Salam and Jeffrey J. Donaghue. Delhi: D.K. Publications, 1982. xiv, 141 p.

Singh, Bhai Bir, 1872-1957. Panjabi

  • Baba Naudh Singh. Trans. by Gurbachan Singh Talib, revised and edited by Surjit Singh Chawla. New Delhi: Vhai Vir Singh Sahitya Sadan, 1989-1991. 2 vols.

Singh, Huthi, pseud. and Hilda Werner

  • The land and the well. Coauthored with Hilda Werner. New York: John Day, 1946.

Singh, Jogendra, 1877-1946.

  • Kamla. London: Selwyn and Blount, 1925. 279 p.
  • Nasrin: an Indian medley. London: James Nisbet, 1911. 311 p.
  • Nurjahan: the romance of an Indian queen. London: James Nisbet, 1909. 260 p.

Singh, Madana Gopala

  • Dramatic tales from the East. Lahore: n.p., 1927. vi, 117 p.

Singhal, G.N.

  • Tales and adventures. Lahore: Thakar Dass Anand and Sons, 1939.

Sinha, Kali Kumar

  • Sanjogita: or the Princess of Aryavarta. Dinapore: Watting Printing Works, 1903. 276p.
  • The star of Sikri: a novel by a Hindu. Dinapore: G.F. Watting Press, 1893. 89 p.

Sinha, Purnendu Narayan

  • The Chandi: or, the great plan. Madras: Theosophical Pub. House, 1922.

Sinnatamby

  • Letchimey: a tale in Ceylon. London: Luzac, 1898. 63 p.

Somasunderam, T.

  • Short stories. Colombo: Colombo Apothecaries' Co., 1947. 87 p.

Sorabji, Cornelia, 1866-1954.

  • Indian tales of the great ones among men, women and bird-people. London: Blackie, 1916. 96 p.
  • Love and life behind the purdah. London: Freemantle, 1901. xxii, 239 p.
  • Shubala: a child mother. Calcutta: Baptist Mission, Press, 1920.
  • Sun-babies: studies in the child life of India. London: John Murray, 1904. 148 p.
  • The purdah-nashin. London: Thacker, Spink and Co., 1918. xviii, 80 p.

Sousa, Innocent

  • Radha: a romance, and other Indian tales. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1904. 113 p.; Radha, a Hindu belle. Bombay: New Book Co., 1939. 151 p.; Rev. ed. of Radha, a romance.
  • The clarks, and other post office tales. Bombay: n.p., 1923.
  • Uncle Roland: or looking for a wife. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1906. 156 p.

Spittel, F.L.

  • Vanished trails. Colombo: ?, 1944.

Srivastava, Dhanpat Rai, 1880-1936. pseud. Premchand. Hindi

  • The chess-players and other stories. Trans. by Gurdial Mallik. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1967. 174 p.
  • A handful of wheat and other stories. Selected & trans. by P.C. Gupta. New Delhi: People's Publishing House, 1955.; 2nd ed. New Delhi: People's Publishing House, 1962. viii, 170 p.
  • The gift of a cow. Trans. by Gordon C. Roadermal. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1968. 442 p.
  • Godan: a novel of peasant India. Trans. by Jai Ratan and P. Lal. Bombay: Jaico Publ. House, 1979. 288 p.; 1987. 288 p.
  • Premchand: an anthology. Edited by Dr. Nagendra. Delhi: Bansal,1981. x, 221 p.
  • A Premchand dozen. Trans. by Nandini Nopany & P. Lal. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1983. 112 p.
  • The secret of culture and other stories. Trans. by Madan Gupta. Delhi: Jaico, 1960. 192 p.
  • Short stories of Prem Chand. Edited and trans. by Gurdial Mallik. Bombay: Nalanda Publications, 1946. 166 p. (same as The chessplayers)
  • Twenty four stories. Trans. by Nandini Nopany and P. Lal. New Delhi: Vikas, 1980. vi, 191 p.

Subrahmanyam, A.

  • Indira Devi: a romance of modern political India. Madras: Ganesh, 1930. 267 p.

Subrahmanyam, P.

  • An invasion of India in 1927. Srirangan: n.p., 1919.

Tagore, Abanindranath, 1871-1951. Bengali

  • Caramel doll. Trans. by Bishnu and Pranati Dey. Bombay: Kutub, 1946. 65 p.
  • The cheese doll. Trans. by Nilima Devi. Calcutta: Signet Press, 1945. vii, 40 p.

Tagore, Rabindranath, 1861-1941. Bengali

  • Binodini: a novel. Trans. by K.R. Kripalani. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1959. viii, 276 p.; 4th ed. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1982.
  • The broken nest=Nashtanir. Trans. by Mary M. Lago and Supriya Sen . Columbia, Missori: University of Missouri Press, 1971. 90 p.
  • Broken ties and other stories. Trans. by the author. London: Macmillan, 1925. v, 229 p.
  • Chaturanga: a novel. Trans. by Asok Mitra. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1963. 99 p.
  • Collected stories. Delhi: Macmillan, India, 1974. 141 p.
  • Farewell, my friend and The garden: two novelettes. Trans. by K. P. Kripalani. London : New India Pub., 1946. 80 p.; 3rd ed. Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1958. 187 p.
  • Four chapters. Trans. by Surendranath Tagore. Calcutta: Visva-Bharati, 1950. xii, 85 p.
  • Glimpses of Bengali life. Trans. by Rajani Ranjan Sen. Madras: G.A. Natesan, 1913. vii, 240 p.
  • The golden boat. Trans. by Bhabani Bhattacharya. London: Allen & Unwin, 1932. vii, 121 p.
  • Gora. Trans. by W.W. Pearson. London: Macmillan, 1924. 408 p.
  • The home and the world. Trans. by Surendranath Tagore. New York: Macmillan, 1919. 280 p.
  • The housewarming and other selected writings. Edited by Amiya Chakravarty. Trans. by Mary Lago, Tarun Gupta and the editor. New York: Grove Press, 1965. xi, 318 p.
  • Hungry stones and other stories. New York: Macmillan, 1916. vii, 271 p.
  • Mashi and other stories. Trans. by various writers. New York: Macmillan, 1918. v, 223 p.
  • More tales from Tagore. Madras: Macmillan, 1971. 102 p.
  • The parrot's training. Trans. by the author from Bengali. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co., 1918.
  • The parrot's training and other stories. Trans. by the author, Surendranath Tagore and Amiya Chakravarty. Calcutta: Visva-Bharati, 1944. 39 p.
  • The runaway and other stories. Edited by Somnath Maitra. Calcutta: Visva-Bharati, 1959. ix, 196 p.
  • Stories from Tagore. Rev. Ed. Calcutta: Macmillan, 1918. vii, 178 p.
  • Two sisters. Trans. by Krishna Kripalani. Calcutta: Visva-Bharati , 1945. 111 p.; Calcutta: Visva Bharati, 1986. 103 p.
  • Wreck. Trans. by the author. London: Macmillan, 1921. 414 p.

Tagore, Saurindra Mohan, 1849-1914. and Soshee Chunder Dutt

  • Times of yore, or, tales from Indian history from the invasion of Alexander the Great to the battle of Paniput. By S.C. Dutt and Saurindra Mohan Tagore. London: Reeve, 1885.

Tagore, Shibasundari, 1807-1894. Bengali

  • Taravati, a tale. Trans. by Raja Sourindra Mohun Tagore. Calcutta : I.C. Bose, 1881. 74 p.

Tagore, Subho, 1912- Bengali

  • Blue blood turned red. Trans. by Protap Bonnerji. Calcutta: Century Press, 1953. 98 p.

Tahlram, Susila

  • Cosmopolitan Hinduani: depicting Muhammedan and Hindu life and thought in story form. Lahore: Civil and Military Gazette Press, 1902. 275 p.

Taj, pseud.

  • Zorah: a tale of zenana life. London: Methuen, 1912. 305 p.

Tikku, Somnath, 1923- pseud. Sushil Madhok

  • Blossom in the dust. N.p.: n.p., 1945.
  • Flesh of our flesh. N.p.: n.p., 1946.
  • Indian India. N.p.: n.p., 1946.

Tilawonu, Hatim Kashmiri

  • Hatim's tales: Kashmiri stories and songs. Collected by Sir Aurel Stein and Govinda Kaul, trans. by George A. Grierson. London: J. Murray, 1923. lxxxvi, 527 p.

Trikamdas, Purshottam

  • The living mask. Baroda: Padmaja Pub., 1947. 11, 205 p.

Turkhud, Nalini

  • The jagirdar of Palna: an Indian girl's tale. Poona: Israelite Press, 1936. 148 p.

Udugama, Sujatha

  • Stories of Sri Lanka. Colombo: Times of Ceylon, 1947. ii, 66 p.

Vaidya, Suresh, 1910-

  • Kailas. London: Queensway Press, 1937. 316 p.

Vakil, Kaikhusrau Ardsher Kavasshah, pseud. Star Najnin

  • The star of Switzerland: a novel dealing with love, adventure, war, legal romance and depicting European life and society, sprinkled with stray phases of eastern characterstics and social incidents. Bombay: n.p., 1922. lxiv, 256 p.
  • Victims of fate and fashion. Bombay: n.p., 1914. ii, 123 p.

Vardhan, Ganga, pseud.

  • The memoirs of a maharaja's mistress. Rajkot: Kitabhar, 1943.

Vaswami, Bulchand, Jhamatmal

  • Beast of the east and other stories of war-time Burma, China, India and Ceylon. Karachi: Published by the author, 1945.
  • Yanks and yogis: sensational stories of eerie events and uncanny adventures into yogiland by GI's in India, Burma and Ceylon. Karachi: Modern Book Depot, 1945.

Venkataramani, Kaneripatna Sidhanatha, 1891-

  • A day with Sambhu. Madras: Svetaranya Ashrama, 1929.
  • Jatadharan and other stories. Madras: Svetaranya Ashrama, 1937. viii, 156 p.
  • Kandan, the patriot. 2nd ed. Madras. Svetaranya Ashrama, 1934. 288 p.
  • Murugan, the tiller. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, 1927. viii, 309 p.

Works about Venkataramani, Kaneripatna Sidhanatha
Isvaran, Manjeri S.

  • Venkataramani: writer and thinker. Madras: n.p. 1932.

Venkatasami, G.

  • Sidhalutchmee: or, as she likes it. Rose Hill, Mauritius: n.p., 1927. 97 p.

Venkataswami, M.N.

  • Heeramma and Venkataswami: or, Folk tales from India. Madras: Diocesan Press, 1923. 249 p.

Venugopal, T.K.

  • Parvati. Bezwada: n.p., 1934.
  • Tales of Kerala. Tripunithura: Lakshmi Variety Store, 1943. 46 p.

Vetalapancavimsati Marathi

  • Tales of King Virkrama. Trans. by C.A.Kincaid. London: Oxford University Press, 1921. viii, 155 p.

Vidyasagar, Ishwar Chandra, 1820-1891. Bengali

  • Exile of Sita. Trans. by H. Jane Harding. London: Henry J. Drane, 1904. 96 p.

Vijayatunga, Jinadasa, 1902-

  • Maharanee and other stories. Colombo: Gunasena, 1947.

Vijiaraghavachari, S.V., 1880-1950. pseud S.V.V.

  • Chaff and grain. Madras: Haxley Press, 1934. 113 p.
  • The holiday trip. Madras: P.R. Rama Iyer and Co., 1937. 113 p.
  • More soap bubbles. Madras: n.p., 194?
  • Soap bubbles: being humorour sketches. Madras: Alliance Co., 1944. ii, iii, 84 p.

Viresalingam, Kandukuri, 1848-1919. Telugu

  • Fortune's wheel: a tale of Hindu domestic life. Trans. by J. Robert Hutchinson. London: E. Stock, 1887. viii, 200 p.
  • Vindoha tharangini; or pleasure's whirligig. Trans. by A. Galletti. Rajahmundry: Viveka Varthani Press, 1902. 14, ii p.

Wadhwa, Besant Lall

  • Spring of the deserts. Bombay: Published by the author, 1935. Contains two short stories: "The wandering girl" and "Daughter of the moon".

Weerasooriya, Hubert E.

  • The trousered harijan. Colombo: Associated Newspapers of Ceylon, n.d.

Weerasooriya, L.C.

  • Monsoon. Colombo: Observer Press, 1929. 87 p.

Wickramasinghe, Martin, 1891-1976. Sinhala

  • Lay bare the roots. Trans. by Lakshmi de Silva. Colombo: M.D. Gunasena, 1968. 8, 112 p.
  • Martin Wickramasinghe's Madol doova. Trans. by Ashley Halpe. Dehiwala: Tisara Prakasakayo, 1976. 135 p.

Wijeyeratne, James de Silva

  • Daughter of Lanka: a tale of modern Ceylon. Colombo: The Ceylon Observer Press, 1940. 201 p.
  • The exiles: a tale of Ceylon student life in London. Colombo: 1926. 93 p.
  • Ummada-chitta: a historical romance of ancient Ceylon. Negombo: n.p., 1934. 100 p.

Zutshi, C.N.

  • Mother land: an expository novel of modern India. Lahore: Hero Publ., 1944. 151 p.

Poetry

Poetry History and Criticism

Anand, Mulk Raj

  • The golden breath: studies in five poets of new India. London: John Murray, 1933. 136 p.

Basu, Lotika

  • Indian writers of English verse. Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1933. Xiii, 156 p.

Dunn, Theodore D., ed

  • Bengali book of English verse: a record and an appreciation. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1918. xxvii, 119 p.

Lawrence, T.B.

  • English poetry in India: being biographical and critical notices of Anglo-Indian poets with copious extracts from their writings, to which is affixed a preliminary essay on Anglo-Indian poetry. Calcutta: n.p., 1869. 2 parts.

Malabari, Behramji M.

  • The Indian muse in English garb. Bombay: Merwanji Nowroji Daboo, 1876. xii, 99 p.

Manuel, Thomas P., ed.

  • The poetry of our Indian poets. Calcutta: D'Rozario, 1861. 58 p.

Seshadri, Pundi

  • Anglo-Indian poetry. Madras: Srinivasa Varacarachi, 1915. 34 p.

Poetry Anthologies

General

Anthology of modern Indian poetry. Edited by Gwendoline Goodwin. London: John Murray, 1927. 124 p.

Eastern poetry. Trans. and edited by Nagendranath Gupta. Allahabad: Indian Press, 1929. 59 p.

Eyes of light: poems. Trans. by Dilip Kumar Ray and Sri Aurobindo . Bombay: Nalanda, 1948. xix, 143 p.

Indian mystic verse. Compiled and trans. by Hariprasad Sastri. 3rd rev. and enl. ed. New Delhi: Macmillan, 1984. viii, 200 p. 1st published in 1941.

Poems by Indian women. Edited by Margaret Macnicol. Calcutta: Association Press, 1923. 98 p.

Poems of east & west. Selected and edited by Doreen W. Wickremasinghe. Colombo: Colombo Apothecaries Co., 1950. xv, 170 p.

The spirit of oriental poetry. London: Kegal Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1926. viii, 232 p.

An anthology of Indo-Anglian verse with an introductory note to each set of selections. By A.R. Chida. Hyderabad: A. R. Chida, 1931. vi, 113 p.

Indian poetry. Selected and rendered into English by R.C. Dutt. London: J.M. Dent and Co., 1905. viii, 163 p.

The peacock lute: an anthology of poems in English by Indian writers. Edited by V.N. Bhushan. Bombay: Padma Pub., 1945. Xxix, 155 p.

The Bengali book of English verse. Edited by Theodore Douglas Dunn. Bombay: Longmans, Green and Co., 1918.

The Bengali writers of English verse: a record and an appreciation. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink U Co., 1918.; London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1918. Xxvii, 119 p.

India in song: Eastern thems in English verse by British and Indian poets. London: Oxfrod, 1920.

Poets of John Company. Calcutta: Tahcker, Spink and Co., 1921. 134 p.

An anthology of modern Indian poetry. Edited by Gwendoline Goodwin. London: John Murray, 1927. 129 p.

Eastern dreams: a selection of verse. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1924.

Oriental blossoms. London: Heath Cranton, 1923.

Eastern poetry. Edited by Nagendranath Gupta. N.p.: n.p., 1929; 2nd ed. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1951.

Indian love lyrics. Edited by Lawrence Hope. London: Heinemann, 1910.

This strange adventure: an anthology of poems in English by Indians 1828-1946. Edited by Fredoon Kabraji. London: New India Pub. Co., 1946. 140 p.

Poems by Indian women. Edited by Margaret MacNicol. Calcutta: Association Press, 1923. 98 p.

The Indian muse in English garb. Edited by Behramji Merwanji Malabari. Bombay: Merwanji Nowroji, Daboo, 1876. Xii, 99 p.

The Indian gateway to poetry. Edited by Cyril Modak. Calcutta: Longmans, Green, 1938.

The garden of Kama and other love lyrics from India. Edited by Adela Florence Cory Nicolson. London: Heinemann, 1902.

Garland of Indian poetry. Edited by H.G. Rawlinson. London: Royal India Society, 1946.

The coronation book of Oriental literature. Edited by Iqbal Ali Shah. London: Sampson Low, Marston and Co., 1937. 404 p.

Indian masters of English. Edited by E.E. Speight. London: Longmans, Green, 1934.

Out of this war. Edited by Thurairajah Tambimuttu. London: Fortune Press, 1941.

Poetry in war time. London: Faber and Faber, 1942.

A garland of Ceylon verse 1837-1897. Edited by Isaac Tambyah. Colombo: Ceylon Printing works, 1897. xxviii, 132 , vi p.

Panjabi

Rose-garden of the Punjab: English rendering from Punjabi folk poetry. By K.K. Mukerji. Edited by Gurbachan Singh Talib. Patiala: Punjabi University, 1973. 114 p.

Balochi

Popular poetry of the Baloches. [Edited and trans. by] M. Longworth Dames. London: D. Nutt, 1907. 2 vol. in 1.; 2nd ed. Quetta: Baluchi Academy, 1988. 2 vol. in 1. (xxxix, 224 p.).

Bengali

20th century Bengali poetry. Edited by Samir De and Abhijit Ghose . Calcutta: Arindam Ghose, 1973. 95 p.

The Bengali book of English verse. Selected by T.D. Dunn. Bombay: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1918. xxviii, 119 p.

A book of Bengali verse, 10th to 20th century. Compiled and edited by Nandagopal Sengupta. Calcutta: Indian Publications, 1969. ix, 114 p.

Deathless ditties from Chandidas and other Bengali poets. Trans. by Atul Chandra Ghosh. Calcutta: M.C. Sarkar & Sons, 1921. 48 p.

Eastern Bengal ballads. Trans. by Dinesh Chandra Sen. Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1923-32. cii, 322 p.

Loyalty: an English translation in verse of Bengali poems expressive of loyalty to the King-Emperor and on their subjects. Trans. by Biharilal Haldar. Banawaribad, Murshidabad: the translator, 1914. 36 p.

Modern Bengali poems. Edited by Debiprasad Chatterjee. Trans. mainly by Martin Kirkman. Calcutta: Signet Press, 1945. xii, 111 p.

Poems from Bengali: selected poems of Nidhu Babu, Ramnidhi Gupta, Haru Thakur, Jnanada and Chandidas. Trans. by Sri Aurobindo. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1956. iv, 91 p.

Poems from East Bengal: selection from East Bengal poetry of the last five hundred years (1389-1954) Trans. by Yusuf Jamal Begum. Karachi: Pakistan P.E.N., 1954. 144 p.

The Rampur anthology. Trans. by John Alexander Chapman. Calcutta: Oxford University Press, 1934. 251 p.

Religious lyrics of Bengal. Calcutta: The Book Co., 1926. iv, 92 p.

Hindi

Sadhu hymns. Allahabad: n.p., 1913. 51 p.

Kashmiri

An anthology of modern Kashmiri verse, 1930-1960. Selected and edited by Trilokinath Raina. Poona: Suresh Raina, 1972. xx, 280 p.

Chenar leaves: poems of Kashmir. Edited by Mrs. Percy Brown. London: Longmans, 1921. 39 p .

Kashmiri lyrics. Selected and trans. by J.L. Kaul. Srinagar: Rinemisary, 1945. xvii, xxii, 172 p.

Kurukh

The blue grove: the poetry of the Uraons. Edited by William George Archer. London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1940. 210 p.

The dove and the leopard: more Uraon poetry. Trans. by W.G. Archer. Bombay: Orient Longmans, 1948. xx, 175 p.

Marathi

An anthology of Marathi poetry, 1945-65. Compiled by Dilip Chitre . Bombay: Nirmala Sadanand, 1967. vi, 197 p.

Ballads of the Marathas. Trans. by Harry Arbuthnot Acworth. London: Longmans, 1894. xxxviii, 129 p.

Some translations from the Marathi poets. Edited & trans. by H.W. Bell. Bombay: Times Press, 1913. iv, 209 p.

Panjabi

Panjabi lyrics and proverbs. Trans. by C.F. Usborne. Lahore: Civil and Military Gazette Press, 1905. vii, 65 p.

The sisters of the spinning wheel and other Sikh poems. Trans. by Puran Singh. New York: J.M. Dent, 1921. xliii, 179 p.144 p.

Persian

Dreams forgotten: an anthology of Indo-Persian poetry. Edited by Waris Kirmani. 2nd ed. Aligarh: Kitab-khana- yi Shiraz, 1986. xiv, 462 p. (11-20th cent. Persian poetry from India)

Flowers from Persian poets. Edited by Nathan Haskell Dole & Belle M. Walker. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1901. 2 vol.

Pushto

Selections from the poetry of the Afghans, from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. Trans. by Henry George Raverty. New & cheaper edition. London: Williams and Norgate, 1867. xxxii, 348 p.; Selections from Pushto poetry. Trans. by Henry George Raverty. Lahore: Al-Biruni, 1978. xxxii, 348 p.

Rajasthani

Lay of Nihal De, or, the Suttee Nihal De, a tragic folk ballad with research. Trans. by Ram B. Yadav. Delhi: Atma Ram, 1981. vi, 68 p.

Poems of Mewar. Calcutta: Art Press, 1921. 312 p.; Gurgaon: Vintage Books, 1991. 312 p.

Sindhi

Saswi and Punhu: a poem in the original Sindhi with a metrical translation in English. Trans. by Sir. F.J. Goldsmith. London: W.H. Allen, 1863. vi, 29, 44 p.

Sinhala

Muvadev-da, the Sinhalese classical poem. Trans. by Poetry from the Sinhalese: being selections from folk and classical poetry with Sinhalese text. Trans. by George Keyt. Colombo: The Colombo Apothecaries Co., Ltd., 1938. x, 137 p.

Muvadev-da, the Sinhalese classical poem. Trans. by E.W. Gunapala. Colombo: Wesley Press, 1938. 4, 24 p.

Tamil

A garland of Tamil poetry. Tanjavur: Karanthai Tamil Sangam, 1949. 46 p.

Nalavenba and Nanmani kadigai. Trans. by C. Rajagopala Pillai. Madras: C. Foster & Co., 1879. 147, 60, 30 p.

Tamil minor poets. Selected by P. Percival. Trans. by S. Winfred. Madras: Scottish Press, 1872. viii, 51 p.

Telugu

The bourgeosie bride. Visakhapatnam: Sashidhor Publications, 1992.

This tense time: an anthology of modern Telugu poetry, 1915-1980. Edited by V. Mohan Prasad. Vijayawada: New Directions, 1981. xix, 338 p.

Urdu

Anthology of women's poetry in Urdu: from 1800 to the present. Trans. by Khwaja Mahmudul Hasan. Forthcoming, 1997

Buds and blazes: an anthology of the best Urdu poems of Sahir Ludhianya, Majaz Lukknvi, Sardar Jafri. Trans. by Pritam Saini. Gurdaspur: C.C. College, 1953. 79 p.

European and Indo-European poets of Urdu and Persian. Lucknow: Nawal Kishore Press, 1941. vii, 3, 318 p.

The falcon and the hunted bird: anthology of Urdu poetry 17th to 19th century. Edited by Ahmed Ali. Karachi: Kitab Publishers, 1950. 98 p.

Gems of Islam. Edited and trans. by Champat Rai Jain. New Delhi: Today and Tomorrow's Printers & Publishers, 1975. 2 vol. Reprint of 1940 London ed.

Hindustani lyrics rendered from the Urdu. Edited and trans. by Inayat Khan and Jessie Duncan Westbrook. London: Sufi Publishing Society, 1919. 59 p.

Masterpieces of Urdu ghazal: from the 17th to the 20th century. Trans. by K.C. Kanda. New Delhi: Sterling, 1990. vii, 334 p.

A translation of popular rekhta songs, with the English and Hindustani facing each other in each page. Calcutta: n.p., 1852. 78 p.

Poetry Works by individual authors

Poetry Works by individual authors

Abdulwahid, "Ghazi" Urdu

  • Selected poems of Navab Ghazi of Gewarda with their English translations and notes. Edited by Muhammad Zahirul Haq. Gorakhpur: n.p., 1938.

Acharya, Swami Ananda, 1881-1945.

  • Saki, the comrade: poems on philosophical themes. Alvdal, Norway: Gaurisankar Brahmakul, 1922. 105 p.
  • Sara and other poems. Roros, Norway: Odegards Trykkeri, 1927. 106 p.
  • Snow-birds. London: Macmillan, 1919. xvii, 242 p.
  • Usarika, dawn-rhythms. Alvdal, Norway: Gaurisankar Brahmakul, 1922. 33 p.

Advani, Methasing Tiloksing

  • My ever and never. Hyderabad, Sind: Good Star Press, 1913. 75 p.
  • My gems. Hyderabad, Sind: Good Star Press, 1910.
  • My trip to Bombay. Hyderabad, Sind: Pub. by the author, 1912. 76 p.

Advani, T.H.

  • The longing lute: poems by two friends. by T.H. Advani and M. U. Malkani. Karachi: Kohinoor Printing Works, 1925. viii, 56 p.

Aiyar, L.N. Gopala

  • Lock and key; a poem in 30 cantos: a tale of Benares spiritualism. Benares: n.p., 1915-1916. 46, 49 p.

Aiyar, M.S. Ramaswamy

  • Poems. Tirupati: n.p., 1931. 20 p.

Aiyar, M.V. Venkatasubba

  • Ventures in verse. Madras: Srinivasa, Varadhachari, 1899. 37 p.

Aiyar, S. Ramanatha

  • Jubilee leaves and other poems. Trivandram: Western Star Press, 1897. xii, 56 p.

Akmal, M.Z.

  • The new Mazdism or Mahdism: a progressive system of religion. Lahore: n.p., 1921. 90 p.

Ali, Asaf

  • Culled from my own garden. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

Amaranth, pseud.

  • The himaliad and the humaniad. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink and Co., 1918. 88 p.

Amembal, Krishna Rao Venkappa, 1899-

  • Poems. Sirsi: Published by the author, 1933. 19 p.

Amma, Nalapat Balamani, 1909- Malayalam

  • Mother. trans. by M.K. Kunhappa. Madras: B.G. Paul & Co., 1936. 28 p.

Amrita, pseud.

  • Visions and voices. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1929; 2nd ed. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1954. 79 p.

Anis, Mir Babar Ali, 1802-1874. Urdu

  • The immortal poety and Mir Anis: with the versified translation of a marsia of Mir Anis. Karachi: Majlis-e- Milli, 1983. 368 p.

Anonymous
Bengali

  • Glory unto loyalty: O Empress! Pray do not interfere with religion: open letter. Trans. by Nandalal Ghosh. Calcutta: Sarat Chandra Bysack, 1891. 17 p.

Bengali

  • The lady and the dove: a Bengali song composed by a Hindu female and translated into English verse. Bombay: Times of India, 1872. 12 p. (reprinted from the Indian Antiquary)

Hindi

  • The fight at the Gauna of Queen Bela. Trans. by William Crooke. Bombay: n.p., 1925. 6 p. Reprinted from "The Indian Antiquary".

Hindi

  • The lay of Alha: a saga of Rajput chivalry as sung by minstrels of northern India. Trans. by William Waterfield. Untranslated portions abstracted by George Grierson. London: Oxford University Press, 1923. 278 p.; Gurgaon: Vintage Books, 1990. 278 p.

Antiyes, pseud.

  • Twilight verses. Ahmadabad: N.T. Sethna, 1925.

Appalaswamy, Ronanki, 1909-

  • Songs and lyrics. Vizianagram: n.p., 1935. iv, 73 p.

Appavoo, Soondra

  • Bed-time pot-pourri. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1938. 78 p.

Asan, Kumaran, 1873-1924. Malayalam

  • Chintavishtayaya Sita. Trans. by P. Sankanni. ?:?,?.
  • Nalini. Trans. by Lekshmanan. ?:?:?.
  • Selected poems of Kumaran Asan. trans. by Kainikkara M. Kumara Pillai and others. Edited by K. Ramachandran Nair. Trivandrum: University of Kerala, 1975. xii, 152 p.
  • Veenapoovu. Trans. by Manjeri S. Easwaran. ?:?:?.

Ayer, P.S. Sama, 1916-

  • Krishnanjali. ?:?, 1948.

Bapat, Pandurang Mahadeo, 1880-

  • A holy song. Poona: Vaman Pandurang Bapat, 1934. 107, 4 p.

Bellur, Rama Rao, pseud. R.R.

  • Legend of the lost ring and other poems. Bangalore City: Modi Power Printing Works, 1941. v, 59 p.
  • Rambling rhymes. Bangalore: Geological Department, Published by the author, 1940.

Bhandarkar, A.S.

  • Harp of the heart. Boston: Poet Lore Co., 1918. 64 p.

Bhanja, Damodar, Raja Mayubhang, 1761-1796. Oriya

  • Dasa-poi: the ten idylls: a lyrical poem in ten chapters. Trans. by O.C. Gangoly. Calcutta: S. Bose, 1952. iv, 79 p.

Bharati, Chinnaswamy Subrahmanya, 1882-1921. Tamil

  • Agni and other poems and translations and essays and other prose fragments. Madras: Bharati Prachur Alayan, 1937. 10, 55, 67 p.; 2nd ed. Madras: A. Natarajan, 1980. xii, 147 p.
  • Bharathi's poems (Kannan and Kuyil pattu). trans. by A.D. Durai- svami Pillai. Madras: New Century, 1966. x, 75 p.
  • Bharati in English verse. Trans. by Prema Nandakumar. Madras: Porunai Publ., 1958. 110 p.
  • Bharatiyar's works in Sanskrit. With English trans. by S.N. Sri-rama Desikan. Madras: Srirama Desikan, 1982. xiv, ii, 170, 167, 127 p. In Tamil with English and Sanskrit.
  • Panchali sapatham: the vow of Panchali. Trans. by Mrs. H. Valam. Devalali, Bombay State: the trans., 1957. viii, 137 p.
  • Poems of Subramani Bharati. Trans. by P.S. Sundaram. Delhi: Vikas , 1982. viii, 148 p.
  • Poems of Subramania Bharati: a selection in an English verse rendering. Trans. by Prema Nandakumar. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1977. 232 p.; 2nd ed. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1982. viii, 168 p.
  • Poems, Subramania Bharati: a selection from Bharati's poems in Tamil original, roman transcription and English translation. Edited by Indira Arjun Dev, Santo Datta and Arjun Dev. ?:?, 1982. xv, 158 p.
  • Poems. Selected by Prema Nand Kumar. Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1978 . 134 p.
  • Selections from C. Subramania Bharati. Edited by A. Pushparatham and P.B. Vyapoory. Mauritius: Mahatma Gandhi Institute, 1982. 43 p.
  • Shakthi and other poems. Trans. by K.G. Seshadri. Thanjavur: T.R. N. Memorial Library, 1983. 111, 56 p.
  • Songs to Krishna. Trans. by David Bunce. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1973. 40 p.
  • Subramania Bharati: chosen poems and prose: English renderings of a selection from the Tamil writings of Subramania Bharati. Edited by K. Swaminathan. New Delhi: All-India Subramania Bharati Centenary Celebrations Committee, 1984. xi, 432 p.
  • That little sparrow: poems. Selected & trans. by Nakulan. Madras: Zha Publications, 1982. 63 p.
  • The oath of Draupadi: Paanchaali sapatam. trans. by T.N. Ramachandran. Thanjavur: T.R.N. Memorial Library and Publications, 1982. viii, 319 p. English-Tamil text.
  • The selected poems of Subramania Bharati. Trans. by Krishna Srinivas. Madras: Poet Press India, 1979. 63 p.
  • The song of the cuckoo and other poems. Trans. by Hephzibah Jesudan. Trivandrum: the translator, 1950. x, 122 p.
  • The song of the Kuyil: and English rendering of Mahakavi Bharati' s Kuyil paattu. Trans. by T.N. Ramachandran. Thanjavur: T.R.N. Memorial Library and Publications, 1980. 73 p.
  • The sun and the stars: prose poems. Trans. by P. Raja. Sivaganga: Annam, 1982. 66 p.
  • The voice of a poet: English renderings of Bharati's verse. Trans . by C. Rajagopalachari. Edited by Srinivasa Raghavan. Calcutta: Bharati Tamil Sangam, 1951. xi, 46 p.; 2nd ed. Calcutta: Tamil Sangam, xxii, 67 p.; 3rd ed. Calcutta: Bharati Tamil Sangam, 1975.; 4th ed. Calcutta: Bharathi Tamil Sangham, 1982. 159 p.
  • The vow of Panchali: being English translation of amarakavi Subhramanya Bharati's Tamil Panchali sapatham. Trans. by Ha. Ki. Valam. 2nd rev. ed. Madras: Mohana Trust Pathippagam, 1972. xxiv, 127 p.
  • Bharati as a translator: a centenary release. Comp. by C. Visvanathan. Sivagangai: Annam, 1982. 72 p.

Bhatkal, Sadanand, 1922-

  • Nirmal and other poems: the rose and the fire. Bombay: Popular Book Depot, 1947. 32 p.

Bhatt, K.S.

  • When we were very green: with apologies to Mr. A.A. Milne. London: Archer, 1929. 48 p.

Bhattacarya, Anilkumar Bengali

  • Hrdaye golap. Calcutta: Wiswajnan, 1978. 51 p. Bengali/English text.

Bhattacharya, Basudeb, 1888-1949. Pseuds. Pundit Acharya & Sree B

  • The denied. Boston: Poet Lore, 1917. 79 p.
  • Desires. New York: n.p., 1940. 108 p.

Bhattacharya, S.T.T. Sinhala

  • Rajaprasasti: a Sanskrit poem in praise of the late H.R.H. Prince Alfred. Trans. into Sinhala by C.A. Seelakkhandha Mahathera and trans. into English by N.H. Jinadasa. Galle: n.p., 1921. 61 p.

Bhattacharya, Sukanta, 1926-1947. Bengali

  • Sukanta Bhattacharya: a selection of his poems. Trans. by Kshitis Roy. Biographical note by Ashok Ku. Bhattacharya. Calcutta: Saraswat Library, 1978. viii, 95 p.
  • Twentyone poems. Trans. by Sisir Chatterjee. Calcutta: the trans. , 1959. 42 p.

Bhushan, V.N., 1909-1951.

  • Enchantments. Masulipatam: Ananda Academy, 1934. 50 p.
  • The far ascent. Bombay: Padma Pub., 1948. 54 p.
  • Flute tunes. Masulipatam: Ananda Academy, 1931.
  • Footfalls. Masulipatam: Ananda Academy, 1938. 37 p.
  • Horizons. Masulipatam: Ananda Academy, 1937. 31 p.
  • Moonbeams. Masulipatam: Youth of Asia Society, 1929.
  • Silhouettes. Masulipatam: Youth of Asia Society, 1928.
  • Star fires. Masulipatam: Ananda Academy, 1932.

Billimoria, Rusi

  • Stray snatches. Bombay: n.p., n.d.

Bonarjee, Pitt D.

  • Brahmin rhymes for British readers. London: Heath Cranton, 1922. 78 p.
  • The divine aristocrat: a poem concerning Jesus of Nazareth. Brighton: J. Beal, 1932.
  • New hymns for public worship. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1933. 50 p.

Bonnerjee, Gobinlal

  • Lights on the path: original thoughts in verse. Calcutta: Jitendriya Bonnerjee, 1943. 104 p.
  • Sayings of the soul: original thoughts in verse. Calcutta: Jitendriya Bonnerjee, 1930. 84 p.
  • Whispers from the heart: original thoughts in verse. Calcutta: Jitendriya Bonnerjee, 1930. 84 p.

Bose, Biman Chandra

  • Gandhi-gita and passing of Mahatmaji, the supermortal. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & Co., 1948.
  • Thought ray: some select poems. Calcutta: Biman-Panthi Pub. House, 1941. xvii, 108 p.

Bosu, Profulla Kumar

  • War songs. Calcutta: Published by the author, 1941.

Bysakh, Manohar Lal

  • Sorrows of memory: a poem. Calcutta: n.p., 190?

Chakrabarti, P.C.

  • The observer. Faridpur: Published by the author, 1940. 43 p.

Challa, Radhakrishna Moorthy, 1926-

  • Thorn and flowers. Np.: n.p., 1948.

Chandra, R.

  • Kusumlata. Benares: n.p., 1914. 14 p.

Chariot of fire: Bharathi's poetry and prose. Edited by K.S. Nagarajan. Madras: Macmillan India, 1983. xxx, 91 p.

Chatterjee, K.C.

  • Golden pollen. N.p.: n.p., 1940.

Chatterjee, Nalini Mohan Bengali

  • Bichitra. Trans. by the author. Calcutta: Kanailal Chakraburtty, 1938. 40 p.

Chatterjee, Nolini Mohan, 1865-

  • Bichitra. N.p.: n.p., 1938.
  • India and other sonnets. Calcutta: n.p., 1923. 2nd impression. Calcutta: n.p., 1937. iii, 50 p.
  • Parvati. Calcutta: n.p., 1922.

Chatterji, Manmatha Nath

  • Dedication: a series of short poems in praise of his highness the Maharaja or Patiala. Lahore: Tribune Press, 1890. 14 p.

Chattopadhyaya, Harindranath, 1898-1990.

  • Ancient wings. Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1923. 47 p.
  • Blood of stones. Bombay: Padma Pub., 1944. 20 p.
  • The coloured garden. Madras: Society for the Promotion of National Education, 1919. viii, 46 p.
  • Cross-roads. Madras: Sharma's Publishing House, 1934. 43 p.
  • The dark well. Madras: Kalakshetra, 1939. 100 p. And: Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1950.
  • Edgeways and the saint: poems and a frace. Bombay: Nalanda Pub., 1946. 59 p.
  • The feast of youth. Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1918. viii, 43 p.
  • Fifteen dry points. Poems by H. Chattopadhyaya with drawings by Mukul Dey. Bombay: Published by the authors, 1939.
  • Freedom come. Bombay: Nalanda Pub., 1947. 15 p.
  • Grey clouds and white showers. Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1924. 31 p.
  • Lyrics. Bombay: Padma Pub., 1944. 40 p.
  • The magic tree. Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1922. 49 p.
  • Map of the world. Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1939.
  • Out of the deep dark mould. Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1924.
  • Poems and plays. Madras: Hogarth Press, 1927. 348 p.
  • The son of Adam. Bombay: Padma Pub., 1946. 19 p.
  • Strange journey. Madras: Shakti Karyalayam, 1937. 130 p.
  • Thirty six quatrains from "curd seller." Calcutta: Samibayer Baithak, 1943. 16 p.
  • A treasury of poems. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1948. 68 p.
  • The wizard's mask. Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1924.

Chaudhuri, Harimohana

  • Minor poems: chiefly intended for the improvement of moral character of school boys. Dacca: Adarsha Press, 1888.

Cheem, Aliph, 1837-1916.

  • Basil Ormond: and, Christabel's love. Calcutta: W. Thacker & Co., 1878. 95 p.
  • Lays of Ind. Bombay: Thacker, Vining, 1871. 77 p.
  • Lays of Ind: comical and satirical and descriptive poems illustrative of English life in India. 10th ed. London: W. Thacker, 1887. 237 p.
  • Lays of Ind: second series. Bombay: Times of India Office, 1873. 132 p.
  • Lays of the sea-side: a rhythmical rendering of seaside stories and incidents. London: Printed by the Army and Navy Co-operative society, 1887. 232 p.

Chettiar, V.R.M., 1900-

  • Lucid moments. London: Arthur M. Stockwell, 1938. 20 p.
  • Lyric festoons. Karaikudi: Shakti Karyalayam, 1943. 47 p.

Chettur, Govinda Krishna, 1898-1936.

  • Gumataraya and other sonnets for all moods. Mangalore: Basel Mission Workshop, 1932. 31 p.
  • The shadow of god: a sonnet sequence. London: Longmans, Green, 1935. 45 p.
  • Sounds and images: poems. London: Erskine MacDonald, 1921. 54 p.
  • The temple tank and other poems. Mangalore: Basel Mission Bookshop, 1932. 43 p.
  • The triumph of love: a sonnet sequence. Mangalore: Basel Mission Bookshop, 1932. 31 p.

Chilichutnee, pseud.

  • Social scraps and satires. Bombay: n.p., 1878.

Chordia, Shyam Sunder Lal, 1898-

  • Chitor and other poems. Bombay: D.B. Taraporewalla Sons and Co., 1928. 5, 29 p.
  • Seeking and other poems. Allahabad: Indian Press, 1925.

Choudary, Prabhas Jiwan

  • You and I: a book of verse. London: Arthur H. Stockwell, 1940.

Choudhuri, Narendra Narayan Roy Bengali

  • Songs of spring: an English rendering of Bengali songs. Trans. by Amiyansu Kumar Das Gupta. Wari, Dacca: East- End House, 1928. 11 p.

Chowdary, Sanjib

  • Shepherd's love. N.p.: n.p., n.d.
  • Songs from the depths. Dacca: City Library, 1941.
  • Songs from the heights. London: Arthur H. Stockwell, 1937. 143 p.
  • Visions from afar. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

Chowdry, Kali Mohun

  • Lily: queen of Virpur. Calcutta: S.K. Lahiri and Co., 1906. 101 p.

Cohen, Ezekiel

  • Later poems: 1917-20. Delhi: Published by the author, 1925. 37 p.
  • Moods and tensions. Delhi: Published by the author, 1923. 25 p. Includes selections from "Poems 1905-10"; "Poems 1917", and "Poems 1920".

Coomaraswamy, Ananda Kentish, 1877-1947.

  • Three poems with a woodcut by Eric Gill. Ditchling: S. Dominic's Press, 1920. 6p.

Cooper, Heera Jehangir

  • The hues of my heart: poems. Poona: Scottish Mission Industries, 1919.
  • Lyrics. N.p.: n.p., 1932.

Cursetjee, Manockjee

  • Some of the poor attempts at English composition of Manockjee Cursetjee. Bombay: n.p., 1840.

Dadich, Mahavir Prasad

  • Court rhymes. Bombay: N.I. Patel, 1946.

Dalvadi, Punjalal, 1901-

  • Lotus petals. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1943.
  • Rosary: devotional quatrains. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1946.

D'Alwis, Hector

  • Poems. Colombo: Daily News Press, 1941. 86 p.

D'Alwis, James, 1823-1878.

  • Verses & stanzas...with a sketch of his life compiled by G.H. Perera. Colombo: G.H. Perera, 1897. Xvii, 60 p.

Dansana, Jayadeb Oriya

  • Moments. Sambalpur: the author, n.d. ii, 54 p. Includes trans. of poems written by Gangadhar Meher, 1862-1924.

Darbesh, Kiranchand, 1878- Bengali

  • Mandir, or, the journey of the soul. English rendering of certain poems from Mandir by a Disciple. Banaras: Sri Vijoy Krishna Math, 1954. 73 p.

Das, Chittaranjan, 1870-1925.

  • Songs of the sea. Trans. by the author and Aurobindo Ghose from the Bengali. Madras: Ganesh and Co., 1920. 95 p.
  • The word in the hands of the world's peoples. Howrah: N.K. Das, n.d.

Das, Chittaranjan, 1870-1925. Bengali

  • Songs of the sea-Sagar sangit. Trans. by the author and Aurobindo Ghose. Madras: Ganesh & Co., 1920. 95 p.; Calcutta: Indian Associated Publishing Co., 1959. vi, 86, 26 p.

Works about Das, Chittaranjan, 1870-1925. Ray, Prithwis Chandra

  • Life and times of C.R. Das: the story of Bengal's self- expression. London: Oxford University Press, 1927. 313 p.

Das, Jibananda, 1899-1954. Bengali

  • Banalata Sen and other poems. Trans. by the author and Lila Ray, Martin Kirkman and others. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1962,. ii, 20 p.
  • Playing a thousand: poems by Jibananda Das. Trans. by Prithvindra Chakravarti with Ulii Beier. Port Moresby: University Bookshop, 1971. 19 p.

Das, Prafulla Ranjan, 1881-

  • The moth and the star and other poems. N.p.: n.p., n.d.; 2nd ed. Calcutta: n.p., 1915. 98 p.

Dasgupta, Girija Prasanna

  • The light of heaven. Calcutta: M.C. Sarkar Bahadur and Sons, 1947.

Dass, Thakur

  • Gita jayanti. Jaipur: n.p., n.d.

Dassenaike, Eugene S.L.

  • Poems. Colombo: Ceylon Examiner Press, 1891. 25 p.

Datta, C.

  • Conspiracy against the king (Merrut prisoners). N.p.: n.p., 1930.

Datta, Dinesh Chandra, 1892-

  • "Meghadutta" in English verse. Jaipur: Garg Book Co., 1941.
  • Chandidas. Calcutta: Stephen Allen, 1941.
  • Christmas 1935 and other verses. Calcutta: Stephen Allen, 1941.
  • Exegi monumentum and other lyrics. Calcutta: Stephen Allen, 1941.
  • Mango blossoms and ashok leaves: poems in many moods. Jaipur: Garg Book Co., 1944. 43 p.
  • Other verses. Jaipur: Garg Book Co., 1941.
  • The rubaiyat of Abu Said Abul Khair. Jaipur: Garg Book Co., 1943.
  • Vidyapati: renderings in English verse. Calcutta: Stephen Allen, 1941.

Datta, Roby, 1883-1916.

  • Echoes from east and west to which are added stray notes of mine own. Cambridge: Galloway and Poter, 1909. xvii, 335 p.
  • Poems: pictures and songs to which is prefixed "The philosophy of art." Calcutta: Das Gupta and Co., 1915. viii, 87 p.
  • Stories in blank verse to which is added an epic fragment. Calcutta: Das Gupta and Co., 1915. viii, 84 p.

Dave, Kanhay Lal

  • Wheeler's tales from Indian history. Allahabad: Wheeler, 1890.

David, Susi P., 1906-

  • The garland: a sonnet offering. Mangalore: Basel Mission Press, 1938.

Dayaram, 1777-1853. Gujarati

  • Dayaram: the devotee and the poet. Trans. by Chayvan Roy Shukla. Ahmedabad: Ramaben L. Meheta, 1971. x, 38 p.

De, Asutosh

  • Idle thoughts. Bhagalpur: n.p., 1920. 25 p.

Debi, Sarasvati Bengali

  • Raja Puja o: reception to the King emperor on the occasion of the Delhi coronation. Trans. by Abinash Chandra Ghosh. Habibpur, Nadia: Sarojranjan Ghosh, 1917. 12 p.

Derozio, Henry Louis Vivian, 1808-1831.

  • The fakeer of Jungheera: a metrical tale and other poems. Calcutta: Samuel Smith and Co., 1828. 214 p.
  • Poems of Henry Louis Vivian Derozio: a forgotten Anglo- Indian poet. Edited by Francis B. Bradley. London: Oxford University Press, 1923. 272 p.
  • Poems. Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1827. 156 p.
  • Poems. London: Oxford University Press, 1923.
  • The poetical works of Henry Louis Vivian Derozio. Edited by B.B. Shah with a brief memoir of the author by E.W. Madge. Calcutta: Santo and Co., 1871. 173 p.

Deshmukh, Gopal Laxman

  • The stolen trash: a poem. Bombay: Published by the author, 1928. iii, 41 p.
  • Voice, vision, vacuum. Bombay: n.p., 1937. 63 p.

Devi, Nilima, 1903-

  • The hidden face. Calcutta; Futurist Publ. House, 1936. 20 p.
  • When the moon died. Calcutta: Signet Press, 1944.

Devi, Sabita

  • Phantasies. Bombay: Thacker & Co., 1943.

Devi, Serapia, nee Carliezck. Mrs. Bhattacharyya

  • The book of beneficient grief and other poems. Lahore: R.S. Ram Jawaya Kapur, 1945. iv, 85 p.
  • Rapid visions. Lahore: R.S. Ram Jawaya Kapur, 1947. 2, 24 p.
  • A throne of sonnets. Lahore: R.S. Ram Jawaya Kapur, 1947. 3, 32 p. (title could be: a Crown of sonnets)

Devi, Tandra

  • Poems. Srinagar; Published by the author, 1939. 160 p.

Dey, Prasanna Kumar

  • Indian bouquet. Calcutta: n.p., 1906. 46 p.

Dhingra, Baldoon

  • Beauty's sanctuary. Lahore: Civil and Military Gazette Press, 1932.
  • Comes ever the dawn. Lahore: Ripon Press, 1941.
  • Mountains. Lahore: Lion Press, 1939.
  • Symphony of peace. Cambridge: Bowes and Bowes, 1938.
  • Voiceless lyrics. London: Granley and Day, 1932. 27 p.

Dinakara, M.

  • A ballad of the Boer War...in celebration of the prowess of the British army. Ramnad: Lakshmi Vilas Press, 1902. 23 p.

Dongerkery, Sunderrao Ramarao, 1898-

  • The ivory tower. Baroda: East and West Book House, 1943. 116 p.

Dotiwalla, Homi Cowasji

  • My rambling on the sacred Parnassus. Bombay: Published by the author, 1939. x, 53 p.

Dubash, Peshoton Sarobji Goolbai

  • Rationalistic and other poems. London: British Bardic Brotherhood, 1917. 73 p.
  • Romance of souls: a philosophic romance in verse. London: Luzac and Co., 1918. 156 p.
  • Spiritual and other poems. Karachi: Nusserwanji and Co., 1930. vi, 68 p.

Durgadatta

  • Short poems. Edited by Pyari-mohana. Jaunpur: n.p., 1935.

Dutt, Gooru Churun

  • The loyal hours: being a couple of poems to welcome their Highness, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Edinburgh on their respective advents in India in 1875 and 1869. Written on behalf of himself and his fellow countrymen by Gooroo Churun Dutt. Calcutta: Published by the author, 1876.
  • School hours, or, Poems composed at school. Calcutta: T.B. Scott and Co., 1839. 101 p.

Dutt, Govin Chunder, 1828-1884.

  • The Dutt family album. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1870. 210 p. Includes works by Hur Chunder, Greece Chunder, Govin Chunder and Oomesh Chunder.

Dutt, Greece Chunder, 1833-1892.

  • Cherry blossoms. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1887. 288 p.
  • The Dutt family album. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1870. 210 p. Includes works by Hur Chunder, Greece Chunder, Govin Chunder and Oomesh Chunder.

Dutt, Hur Chunder, 1831-1901.

  • The Dutt family album. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1870. 210 p. Includes works by Hur Chunder, Greece Chunder, Govin Chunder and Oomesh Chunder.
  • Fugitive pieces. Calcutta: n.p., 1851.
  • Lotus leaves, or, poems chiefly on ancient Indian subjects. Calcutta: Published by the author, 1871. 114 p.
  • Writings, spiritual, moral and poetic. Calcutta: Printed by P.S. D'Rozario and Co., 1878. vii, 206 p.

Dutt, Jogesh Chunder

  • The Indian pilgrim. Calcutta: I.C. Bose and Co., 1877. 57 p.
  • Their majesties in India. Calcutta: n.p., 1912. 47 p.

Dutt, Michael Madhusudan, 1824-1873.

  • The captive ladie: an Indian tale in verse. Madras: Advertiser Press, 1849.
  • Visions of the past. Madras: Advertiser Press, 1849.

Dutt, Michael Madhusudan, 1824-1873. Bengali

  • Meghnad badh kavya or the fall of Meghnad. Trans. by Rajendra Nath Sen. Benares: n.p., 1926. ii, 237, vii p.
  • Meghnadbadh kavya: canto one. Trans. by Shyamal Bandyopadhyay. Calcutta: Abarta Prakashani, 1977. 52 p.
  • Michael Madhusudan Dutt's Meghnadbadh kavya. Trans. by Shyamal Bandyopadhyay. Calcutta: Tomsi Publications, 1986. lxx, 267 p.
  • The fall of Meghnad; being a metrical translation of Medghadbadh- kavya. Trans. by Umesh Chandra Sen. Calcutta: Gooroodas Chatterji, 1907. 237 p.

Dutt, Mohendra Nath

  • Kurukshetra: an epic with Abhimanyu as a hero. Calcutta: P.M. Mukherji, 1940. 206 p.

Dutt, Omesh Chunder, 1836-1912.

  • The Dutt family album. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1870. 210 p. Includes works by Hur Chunder, Greece Chunder, Govin Chunder and Oomesh Chunder.

Dutt, R.B.

  • The fruits of leisure; a galaxy of morals: poems. Allahabad: Indian Press, 1902. 79 p.

Dutt, Rajnarain, 1824-1889.

  • O singer. N.p.: n.p., 1841.

Dutt, Ramkinoo

  • A genial anecdote: forming an episode illustrating a mysterious fracas between royal spouses and peace. Chittagong: B.R.K. Sen, 1884. 83 p.
  • Lines on Jubilee. Chittagong: Chandrasekhar Press, 1887. 8 p.
  • Manipure tragedy: composed in rhyming form. Chittagong: Jagat Chandra Das, 1893. 19 p.
  • Songs with native tunes of different sorts and dances. Chittagong: Chandrasekhar Press, 1886. 28 p.
  • Versified suggestive illustration,on the ascendency to Peacock Throne suited to Prince Albert Victor of Wales.... Chittagong: Jaganath Chandra Das, 1890. 39 p.

Dutt, Romesh Chunder, 1848-1909.

  • The great epics of ancient India condensed into English verse. London: J.M. Dent and Co., 1905.
  • Lays of ancient India: selections from Indian poetry rendered into English verse. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1894.
  • Mahabharata: the epic of India rendered into English verse. London: J.M. Dent and Co., 1898.
  • The Ramayana and the Mahabharata: the great epics of ancient India condensed into English verse. London: J.M. Dent and Co., 1900. Reprint 1910. xii, 335p.
  • The Ramayana: the epic of Rama rendered into English verse. London: J.M. Dent and Co., 1899. 194 p.
  • Reminiscences of a workman's life: verses. Calcutta: Elen Press, printed for private circulation only, 1896. 157 p. Reprinted, Calcutta: n.p., 1956.

Dutt, Shoshee Chunder, 1824-1885. pseud. J.A.G. Barton

  • Last moments of Pratapa: a poem. Lahore: Arorbans Press, 1893. 8 p.
  • Miscellaneous verses. Calcutta: Printed by Sanders, Cones and Co., 1848. vi, 125 p.
  • A vision of Sumeru and other poems. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1878. vii, 218 p.
  • The warrior's return. Calcutta: n.p., 1878.

Dutt, Toru, 1856-1877.

  • Ancient ballads and legends of Hindustan. With an introductory memoir by Edmund W.Gosse. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co., 1882. xxvii, 139. 5th ed. 1927. Madras: Kalidas and Co., 1927; Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1941. Rpt. 1969. 175 p. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1972.
  • A sheaf gleaned in French fields: verse translations and poems. Bhowanipur, B.M. Bose, 1876. Enl. ed. Bhowanipur: Saptahi Sambad Press, 1878 with a Prefatory Memoirs of Govin Chunder Dutt (father). London: Kegan Paul, 1880. xxxi, 374 p.

Elrosenfyr, Dorseynaph, pseud.

  • The unpoetic age: an anthology of poems. Lucknow: Lucknow Publishing House, 1942.

Era

  • Blossoms of inspirations. Bombay: Frasho-Gard Printing Press, n.d.

Farid, Khvajah Ghulam, 1845?-1901.

  • Fifty poems of Khawaja Farid. Trans. in English verse by C. Shackle. Multan: Bazm-e-Saqafat, 1983. xxiv, 162 p.
  • Kh. Farid's love-laden lyrics. Versified trans. by A. Rauf Luther . Lahore: Shelley Publishers, 1983. 333 p.

Friend-Pereira, P.J.

  • Mind's mirror. Ranchi: Catholic Press, 1941.

Furtado, Joseph (Sebastiao Jose Palegie Furtado), 1872-1947.

  • The desterrado. London: Chapman and Hall, 1929. 93 p.
  • A Goan fiddler. London: Chapman and Hall, 1927. x, 106 p.
  • Lays of Goa and lyrics of Goan: a souvenir of the exposition of St.Francis Xavier. Bombay: Furtado and Sons, 1922.
  • Lays of old Goa. Bombay: n.p., 1910.
  • Poems. Bombay: n.p., 1901.
  • Primerics versos. Bombay: n.p., 1895.
  • Selected poems. Bombay: Published by the author, 1942.; Rev. ed. Bombay: Published by the author, 1947.
  • Songs in exile. Bombay: Published by the author, 1938. ix, 71 p.

Fyzee-Rahamin, S., 1880-

  • Man and other mystic poems. Bombay: Thacker and Co., 1944. 64 p.

Gadkari, Ram Ganesh, 1885-1919. Pseud Govindraraj Marathi

  • Poems of Govindraraj. Trans. by Sarojini Namjoshi and Suniti Nam-oshi. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1968. 19 p.

Ganguli, Ordhendra Coomar, 1881- Hindi

  • Love poems in Hindi. Calcutta: A.N. Ganguli, 1936. viii, 59 p. English/Romanized Hindi text.

Ghaffar, Abdul

  • My tear drops. Calcutta: n.p., 1912. 16 p.

Ghalib, Mirza Asadullah Khan, 1797-1869. Urdu

  • 100 verses of Ghalib. Trans. by Sufia Sadullah. Karachi: n.p., 1977. 50 p.
  • A dance of sparks: imagery of fire in Ghalib's poetry. New Delhi: Vikas, 1979. 141 p.
  • Distracting words. Trans. by Mohammed Zahir. Delhi: Idara-e-Amini , 1974. xiii, 82 p.
  • Ghalib's lighter verses. Trans. by C.M. Naim. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1972. 24 p.
  • Ghalib's love poems. Trans. by P. Lal. Calcutta: Writers Workshop , 1971. 19 p.
  • Ghalib's passion flower. Trans. by Satya Deo Misra. Delhi: Movie Press 1969. 177 p.
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  • Hundred gems from Ghalib. Trans. by S. Rahmatullah. Karachi: National Book Foundation, 1980. 187 p.
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  • Interpretations of Ghalib with the original verses in the appendix. Trans. by J. L. Kaul. Delhi: Atma Ram & Sons, 1957. viii, 92, 16 p.
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  • Selected poems. Trans. by Ahmed Ali. Rome: Istituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 1968. 96 p.
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  • Selected verses of Mirza Ghalib. Trans. by Sufia Sadullah. Lahore: Progressive Books, 1978. 126 p.
  • Selections from Ghalib and Iqbal. Trans. by K.N. Sud. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1978. 110 p.
  • Selections from Ghalib. Trans. by H.C. Saraswat. New Delhi: Mrs. R. Saraswat, n.d. 56 p.
  • Twenty five verses. Trans. by C.M. Naim. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1970. 46 p.
  • Urdu ghazals of Ghalib. Trans. by Yusuf Husain. New Delhi: Ghalib Institute, 1977. xv, 325, 114 p.
  • Whispers from Ghalib. Lahore: Ferozsons, 1960. 85 p.
  • Whispers from Ghalib. Trans. by Sufi Abdul Qadeer. Edited by Matiullah Dard. Birmingham: Joseph Chamberlain college, 1985. 31 p.
  • Whispers of the angel (Nawa-e sarosh). Trans. by Hashim Amir Ali et al. New Delhi: Ghalib Academy, 1969. 52 p.

Ghose, Aurobindo, 1872-1950.

  • Ahana and other poems. Pondicherry: The Modern Press, 1915.
  • Baji Prabhou: a poem. Pondicherry: Arya Office, 1922.; aji Prabhou: a poem based on Maratha history. 3rd ed. Pondichery: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1949. 21 p. Included in "Sri Aurobindo Library" Vol. 5. New York: Dutton.
  • Hymns to the mystic fire: hymns to Agni from Rig Veda. Pondcherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1946.
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  • Songs to Myrtilla and other poems. Baroda: Laxmi Vilas Printing Press, 1895.; Calcutta: Arya Publishing House, 1923. 57 p. Included in Library, vol. 5.
  • Urvasi. Baroda: Laxmi Vilas Printing Press, 1896.

Ghose, Joggeshur Bengali

  • A short poem in Bengali with an English trans.ation on the Coronation of his most gracious Majesty Edward VII. Bengal, Naihati: E.B.S. Ray, 1902. ii, 24 p.

Ghose, Kashiprasad, 1808-1873.

  • The shair or minstrel and other poems. Calcutta: India Gazette Press, 1830. 201 p.

Ghose, Manmohan, 1869-1924.

  • Love songs and elegies. London: Elkin Mathews, 1898. 40 p.
  • Primavera: poems. by four authors. Oxford: Basil H. Blackwell, 1890; Portland, Me: T.B. Moser, 1900. xi, 42 p. Poems by Stephen Phillips, Laurence Binyon, Manmohan Ghose and Arthur S. Cripps.
  • Songs of love and death. Edited with an introductory memoir by Laurence Binyon. Oxford: Basil H. Blackwell, 1926. 166 p. 2nd ed. Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1946. 158 p.; 3rd ed. Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1968. 158 p.

Ghose, S.C.

  • India speaks: a booklet of verse. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1937. 12 p.
  • Thoughts and humour of India in verse. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1940. 15 p.

Ghosh, Jnanendra Chandra

  • Nirvana: an exposition of the old belief. 3rd and enl. ed. Calcutta: A.S. Ghosh, 1929. 93 p.

Ghosh, Nobokisson, 1837-1918. Pseud. Ram Sharma

  • The last day: a poem. Calcutta: Pub. by the author, 1886.
  • Shiva ratri, Bhagabat gita and miscellaneous poems. Calcutta: n.p., 1903, 1921, 1933. 21, 33, 15 p.
  • Willow drops. N.p.: n.p., 1873-74.

Works about Ghosh, Nobokisson, 1837-1918. Pseud. Ram Sharma Mallick, Debandra Chandra

  • The poetical works of Ram Sharma. Memoir by Debandra Chandra Mallick. London: Gay and Hancock, 1919. xxxix, 336 p.

Ghosh, Shishir Kumar, 1840-1911. Bengali

  • In quest of bliss. Trans. by a wanderer [N. Dey]. Namkum: N. Dey, 1941. 131 p.

Gilbert, M.

  • Lyrics and sonnets. Bangalore: Hasali Press, 1941. 37 p.

Gokak, Vinayaka Krishna, 1909-1992.

  • The song of life and other poems. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1947. 86 p.

Gomes, Hope Leonard

  • The Indian raiyat and other poems. Calcutta: n.p., 1922. 100 p.

Gordhandas, M.J.

  • A forlorn hope. Bombay; Padma Pub., 1944.

Gorwalla, D.M.

  • The light of Iran: or, The coming of Zarathrushtra: a narrative poem. Bombay: n.p., 1935. 30 p.

Gour, Hariprasad, 1869-1949.

  • Random rhymes. London?: n.p., 189?.
  • Stepping westward and other poems. London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1890.

Gupta, Nolini Kanta, 1889-

  • East beams. N.p.: n.p., 1946.
  • Psalms. N.p.: n.p., 1946.
  • To the heights: prose poems. Calcutta: Culture Publ., 1944. 58 p.
  • Towards the light. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Culture Publ., 1944. 39 p.

Gupta, Siyaram Sharan, 1895- Hindi

  • Cross-bearer (Krus-dhar) Trans. by A.G. Shirreff. London: Royal India, Pakistan and Ceylon Society, 1961. viii, 19 p.

Gurone, Dhanraj Singh

  • Duleep's forgotten love. Calcutta: Kuntaline Press, 1921. 206 p.

Guru, Narayana, 1854-1928. Malayalam

  • Anthology of the poems of Narayana Guru. Trans. by the author. Bangalore: Gurukul Institute of Aesthetic Values, 1977. 84 p.
  • One hundred verses of self instruction. Varkala: Kerala Gurukala Pub. House, n.d. 288 p.

Hafed, pseud.

  • A dream and other poems. Madras: Srinivasa, Varadachari and Co., 1893. 34 p.

Haldar, Behari Lal

  • Something or nothing. Calcutta: B.N. Nandi, 1896.

Hali, Khvajah Altaf Husain, 1837-1914. Urdu

  • English translation of Ruba'iyat and Qita'at of Hali. Trans. by Nibrarn Chandra Chatterjee. Calcutta: n.p., 1914.
  • Hayat-i-javed. Trans. by K.H. Qadiri and David Matthews. Delhi: Idarah-i- Adabiyat-i- Delli, 1979.
  • Musaddas-e-Hali. Karachi: Peermahomed Ebrahim Trust, 1975. xxx, 260 p.
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  • The quatrains of Hali. Trans. by G.E. Ward and C.S. Tute. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1932. vii, 102 p.
  • The quatrains of Hali: Maulvi altar Husain Ansari Panipaati. Ed. and trans. by G.E. Ward. London: H. Frowde, 1904. xi, 84 p.
  • Truth unveiled. Trans. by A. Rauf Luther. Lahore: Sh. Mubarak Ali , 1978. xvi, 77 p.

Hamidullah, Begum Zaib-un-Nisa

  • Indian bouquet. Calcutta: Gulistan Pub. House, 1942.
  • Lotus leaves. Lahore: Lion Press, 1946.

Haridas, Thandassery

  • Poems of love. Peringottukara, Kerala: Published by the author, 1946.

Harioudh, Ayodhya Singh Upadhyay, 1865-1941. Hindi

  • Lover's sojourn or Hariodhyji's Priyaprabas. Trans. by Shreedhar Nath Sharma. Calcutta: Thacker Spink & Co., Ltd, 1950.

Hindu student, pseud.

  • Early buds: collected between 1867-1874 from "The advocate of India". Bombay: Advocate of India steam press, 1886.

Hossain, Ahmad

  • The tribute. Dacca: n.p., 1888.

Hussain, Alkadari Syed Hasib-al

  • Loyal leaves. Calcutta: n.p., 1911. 31 p.
  • Pricelss pearls: dedicatory epistle to his honour the lieutenant governor of Bengal. Calcutta: M.S.S. Hossain, 1890. 166 p.
  • The voice of Islam and other poems. Calcutta: n.p., 1914. iv, 36, 16 p.

Imam, Syed Medhi, 1902-

  • A poem on the aether. Bankipur: Bihar Besant Lodge, 1936. 10 p.

Indrawimalatissya, Sridhara Panditacharya S. Sinhala

  • Maha sthavira, santyawatodaya=the blowing of blessings, a benedictory poem in Pali, Sanskrit and Sinhalese. Trans. by K.W. de A. Wijayasingha. Colombo: Ceylon Examiner Press, 1923. 15 p.

Iqbal, Muhammad, 1877-1938. Urdu

  • A message from the east: a selective verse rendering of Iqbal's Payam-e-mashriq'. Trans. by M. Hadi Hussain. Karachi: Iqbal Academy, 1971. xv, 127 p.; 2nd ed. Lahore: Iqbal Academy Pakistan, 1977. xxiv, 189 p.
  • Selections from Ghalib and Iqbal. Trans. by K.N. Sud. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1978. 110 p.
  • A voice from the east: the poetry of Iqbal with selections from his poems in text and translation. Trans. by Saradar Umrao Singh. Lahore: Mercantile Electric Press, 1922. 47 p.
  • Allama Doctor Iqbal's "Baang-e-dara". Trans. by Mohammad Sadiq Khan Satti. Islamabad:
  • The Complaint and answer=shikwa and Jawab-i shikwa. Trans. by A.J. Arberry. Lahore: Shaikh Muhammad Ashraf, 1955. viii, 79 p.
  • Gabriel's wing = Bal-i-Gibril/ Trans. into English verse by Seyed Akbar Ali Shah. Islamabad: Modern Book Depot, 1979? 5, 163 p.
  • Gulshan-i raz-i jadid (New garden of mystery) and Bandagi namah (Book of servitude) trans. by Bashir Ahmad Dar. Lahore: Institute of Islamic Culture, 1964. 77 p.
  • Iqbal's javid name. Trans. by A.Q. Niaz. Lahore: Iqbal Academy Pakistan, 1984. xiii, 336 p.
  • Iqbal's khizr-r-rah: presentation in English. Trans. by A.Q. Niaz. Lahore: Friends in Counsel, 1952. 40 p.
  • Iqbal's superman: presentation in English of six outstanding poems bringing out Iqbal's idea of the superman which the historical process of evolution the world over is tending to produce.... Trans. by A.Q. Niaz. Lahore: Ferozsons, 1960. 122 p.
  • Javidname. Trans. by A.J. Arberry. London: Goerge Allen & Unwin, 1967.
  • Longer poems of Iqbal. Trans. by A.R. Tariq. Lahore: Sh. Ghulam Ali, 1978. 206 p.
  • Persian psalms I and II. Trans. by A.J. Arberry. Lahore: Shaikh Muhammad Ashraf, 1948. viii, 127 p.
  • Poems from Iqbal. Trans. by V.G. Kiernan. Bombay: Kutub Publishers, 1947. 133 p.; London: John Murray, 1955. xxviii, 112 p.
  • Rubayiat of Iqbal. Trans. by A.R. Tariq. Lahore: Shaikh Ghulam Ali, 1973. 220 p.
  • Secrets of collective life: being a descriptive and comprehensive translation of Allama Iqbal's Rumuz-i- bekhudi. Trans. by A.R. Tariq. Lahore: Islamic Book Service, 1977. xii, 231 p.
  • Shikwa aur jawab-i-shikwa: complaint and answer: Iqbal's dialogue with Allah. Trans. by Khushwant Singh. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1981. 96 p.
  • Shikwali & Jawab-i-shikwah: the complaint and the answer. Trans. by Altaf Husain. Lahore: S. Muhammad Ashraf, 1943. 42, 72 p.
  • The complaint and the answer. Trans. by Altaf Husain. 3rd ed. Lahore: Orientalia, 1954. x, 31, 35 p.
  • The devil's conference: Iblis ki Majlis-i-Shura. Trans. by Muhammad Ashraf. Gujarat, Pakistan: Urdu House, 1951.
  • The mysteries of selflessness: a philosophical poem. Trans. by A. J. Arberry. London: John Murray, 1953. xvii, 92 p.
  • The new rose garden of mystery, and The book of slaves. Trans. by M. Hadi Hussain. Lahore: Sh. Muhammad Ashraf, 1969. xxx, 66 p.
  • The pilgrimage of eternity. Trans. by Muhmud Ahmad. Lahore: Institute of Islamic Culture, 1961. 187 p.; Lahore: Agency Publications, 1975.
  • The rod of Moses. Trans. by Syed Akbar Ali Shah. Lahore: Iqbal Academy Pakistan, 1983. a-g, 2, xiv, 170 p.
  • The sayings of Rumi and Iqbal. Lahore: Research Society of Pakistan, University of the Punjab, 1986. 144 p.
  • The secrets of ego: being a descriptive and comprehensive translation of Allama Iqbal's 'Asrar-i- khudi'. Trans. by A.R. Tariq. Lahore: Islamic Book Service, 1977. 227 p.
  • The secrets of self: a philosophical poem. Trans. by Reynold A. Nicholson. London: Macmillan, 1920. xxxi, 147 p.; Lahore: Sheikh Muhammad Ashraf, 1944. xxxi, 147 p.
  • The secrets of the self (Asrar-i khudi) a philosophical poem. Trans. by Reynold A. Nicholson. Rev. ed. Lahore: Sh. M. Ashraf, 1940. xxxi, 148 p. 1st published 1920, revised 1940.
  • The secrets of the self: English rendering of Iqbal's Asrar-I khudi. Lahore: Iqbal Academy Pakistan, 1986. iv, 143 p.
  • The secrets of the self=asrar-i khudi: a philosophical poem. Trans. by Reynold A. Nicholson. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann (India), 1978. 131 p.; Lahore: Farhan Publ., 1977. xxxi, 147 p.
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  • The tulip of Sinai. Trans. by A.J. Arberry. London: Royal India Society, 1947. x, 35 p.; New York: Russell F. Moore, 1949. x, 35 p.
  • Twelve jewels of Iqbal. Trans. by Saiyyad Khalid Iqbal Haidar. Nalanda: Nasheman Publications, 1985. 37 p.
  • What should then be done o people of the East; English rendering of Iqbal's "Pas chih bayad kard ay aqwam-i sharq". Trans. by B. A. Dar. ?:?, 1977. xii, 146 p.

Islam, Kazi Nazrul, 1899-1976. Bengali

  • The fiery lyre of Nazrul Islam. Trans. by Adbul Hakim. Dacca: Bangla Academy, 1974. ii, 175 p.
  • Homage to Qazi Nazrul Islam on his seventy-fourth birthday, 24th May 1973. Edited by Syed Ali Ashraf. Karachi: Bengali Literary Society, University of Karachi, 1973. 45 p.
  • Kazi Nazrul Islam: a new anthology. Edited by Rafiqul Islam. Dhaka: Bangla Academy, 1990. 208 p.
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  • The rebel and other poems. Trans. by Basudha Chakravarty. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1974. vi, 98 p.
  • Selected poems of Kazi Nazrul Islam. Trans. by Syed Mujibul Huq. Dhaka: Yasmin Huq, 1983. 56 p.
  • Selected poems of Nazrul Islam. Trans. by Kabir Chowdhury. 2nd ed. 1973. xviii, 134 p.
  • Selected poems. Trans. by Kabir Chowdhury. Dhaka: Bangla Academy , 1963. a-e, 111 p.
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Isvaran, Manjeri Sundaraman, 1910-1967.

  • Altar of flowers. Oxford: Basil Balckwell, 1934.
  • Brief orisons. Madras: Hurley Press, 1941.
  • Catugts. Madras: Hurley Press, 1940.
  • The fourth avatar: poems. Madras: Shakti Karyalayam, 1946. 15 p.
  • Penumbra. N.p.: n.p., 1942.
  • Saffron and gold and other poems. Madras: Shakti Karyalayam, 1932. 84 p.
  • Songs of the gypsy maiden. Madras: Shakti Karyalayam, 1945.

Iyer, Ulloor S. Parameswara, 1877-1949. Malayalam

  • English essays and poems of Mahakavi Ulloor. Selected and edited by N. Viswanathan. Trivandrum: University of Kerala, Dept. of Publications, 1978. xvi, 304 p.
  • Selected poems of Mahakavi Ullur. Edited by K. Ramachandran Nair. Trivandrum: University of Kerala, 1978. xiv, 151 p.

Jagannath

  • A poem. Cuttack: n.p., 1878.

Jasimuddin, 1904-1976. Bengali

  • The field of the embroidered quilt, a tale of two Indian villages . Trans. by E.M. Milford. Calcutta: Oxford University Press, 1939. xii, 60 p.; Karachi: Oxford University Press, Pakistan Branch, 1958. 61 p.

Jayasekhara, S.S.

  • The call of the sea and other poems. Ilfracome: A.H. Stockwell, 1943. 11 p.

Jayasuriya, Philip C.R.

  • Flights of fancy. Colombo: Privately printed, 1918. 49 p.

Jayawardene, Lambert

  • Lyrics. Colombo: H.W. Cave, 1938. 54 p.
  • Nocturne: a poem. Colombo: H.W. Cave, 1936. 27 p.

Jhabvala, Shivaksh Hormusji, 1885-

  • Beads of amber. Bombay: Published by the author, 1932. 100 p.
  • Malini, the daughter of Punjab: or, A tale of India's sacrifice. Bombay: Published by the author, 1924. 44 p.
  • Poems written in prison. Bombay: Published by the author, 1931.
  • The prince of peace: a poem depicting the teachings of the Christ. Bombay: Published by the author, 1929.

Jinarajadasa, Curuppumullage, 1875-

  • The master: meditations in verse. Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1931. 17 p.

Jnanaratham. Trans. by P. Mahadevan. Madras: Tamilnadu Textbook Society, 1980. xi, 95 p.

Joshi, A.C.

  • Farewell and other poems. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1935. 12 p.

Joshi, Pranshankar Someshwar, 1897-

  • Krishna's flute. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

Joshi, Purushottama Balakrishna

  • The attainment of Swarajya in India, when and how can it be achieved. Bombay: n.p., 1924. 13, 3 p.
  • Victoria-Mahotsava: or verses in commemoration of the diamond jubliee of Her Majesty's reign. Bombay: Tatva- Vivechaka Press, 1897. 4, 5p.

Joshi, Vinayak Wasudeo, 1906-

  • In the smoke of joke. N.p.: n.p., 1940.

Jung, Nizamat, 1871-1955.

  • Islamic poems. Hyderabad: n.p., 1935.
  • The land of faith. Hyderabad: Pub. by the author, n.d.
  • Love's withered wreath. Hyderabad; n.p., 1914. 28 p.
  • Medina momentos. Hyderabad: Pub. by the author, n.d.
  • Rudel of Blaye. Hyderabad; n.p., 1926.
  • Rural lyrics., Hyderabad: n.p., 1944.
  • Sonnets and other poems. Hyderabad: n.p., 1914. 142 p.
  • Sonnets. London: Erskine MacDonald, 1918. 45 p.

Jyotishi, Tarini Prasad Bengali

  • Ascension of Edward VII to heaven: a dirge. Calcutta: K.P. Mookerjee & Co., 1911. 122 p.

Kabir, Humayun, 1906-1969.

  • Mahatma and other poems. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1944. 48 p.
  • Poems. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1932. 38 p.

Kabraji, Fredoon, 1897-

  • A minor Georgian's swan song: fifty one poems. London: Fortune Press, 1944. 79 p.
  • Raindrops: brief sketches in prose and verse. London: Stockwell, 1920. 20 p.

Kacchi, P.N.

  • English poems: or, Indian thought in English garb. Indore: Published by the author, 1926. 48 p.

Kaikini, Prabhakar, Ramrao, 1912-

  • Flower offerings: proe-poems on truth, beauty and nature. Bombay: Bombay Book Agency, 1934.
  • Look on undaunted. Bombay: New Book Co., 1944.
  • Poems of the passionate East. Bombay: New Book Co., 1947. 47, ii p.
  • The recruit: new poems. Bombay: New Book Co., 1940. 37 p.
  • Selected poems. Bombay: New Book Co., 1946. ii, 53 p.
  • Shanghai. Bombay: New Book Co., 1939.
  • The snake in the moon. Bombay: New Book Co., 1942. 16 p.
  • Songs of a wanderer: prose lyrics. Bombay: New Book Co., 1936. 71 p.

Kailasam, Tyagaraja Paramasiva, 1885-1948.

  • Little lays and plays. BNandyal, Andhra Pradesh: S.R. Deshpande, 1933.

Kaji, Mahabeer Singh

  • English poems. Benares: n.p., 1917.

Kala, B.D.

  • The heart-throbs. Jodhpur: Marwar State Press, 1932.

Karaka, F.J.

  • This fight for freedom. Bombay: Thacker and Co., 1940. 10 p.

Kathib, A.L.

  • Whispering stars. Colombo: Printers and Pub., 1937.

Kaul, Zinda, 1884-1966. Kashmiri

  • Sumran: a collection of Master Zinda Kaul's poems in Kashmiri with English translations. Srinagar: Lalah Rukh Matbu'at, 1955. 120 p.

Kavi, Nanalal Dalpatram, 1877-1946. Gujarati

  • Ascetic of Gujarat. ?:?,? 31 p.
  • The perennial fount: lyrics of adoration and love. Trans. by Balchandra Parikh. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1953. 82 p.

Kavi, Nandlal V.

  • Peace-project: in memory of my Hachijyo Shima trip. Tokyo: Seva Mandir, 1927. 16 p.

Kazi, Elsa, d. 1967.

  • Aeolian: notes of an overstrung lyre. Hyderabad, Sind: n.p., 1920. 95 p.

Keyt, George

  • Darkness disrobed: poems. Kandy: Gamini Press, 1937. 35 p.
  • Image in absence. Kandy: Gamini Press, 1937.
  • Poems. Kandy: Gamini Press, 1936.

Khabardar, Ardeshir Framji

  • The silken tassel. Madras; Theosophical Publishing House, 1918. xii, 119 p.; London: n.p., 1928. 88 p.

Khan, Hamid Ali

  • A farewell to London: and, The story of the slave and the nosering. 2nd ed. London: William Whitly, 1885. xlvi p.

Khan, Inayat, 1882-1927. Urdu

  • Diwan of Inayat Khan. Trans. by Jessie Duncan Westbrook. London: Sufi Publ. Society, 1915. 48 p.
  • Hindustani lyrics. Trans. by Inayat Khan and Jessie Duncan Westbrook. London: The Sufi Publishing Society, 1919. 2, 69 p.
  • In an Eastern rose garden: a series of word pictures relating to religious philosophy of love, harmony, and beauty. Southampton: Sufi Movement, 1928. 367 p.
  • Songs from India. London: Sufi Publishing Society, 1915. 47 p.

Khan, Muhammad `Abd al Kadir

  • Hir and Ranjha in English verse. Madras: n.p., 1917. xi, 46 p. Based on Waris Shah's version.

Kidwai, Mushir Hussain

  • Hope: a poem with a portrait. London: Luzac, 1923.

Kiernan, Victor Gordon, 1913-

  • Castanets. Lahore: Shanta Kiernan, 1941.

Kotewal, Bejanji Ruttonji. pseud. Sang Froid

  • Matheran: a poem of "Sang Froid". N.p.: n.p., 1892.; Bombay: n.p., 1905. 69 p.

Kothawala, Nurgesh

  • Sunshine and shadows. Bangalore: Published by the author, 1946.

Krishnamurti, Jiddu, 1895-198?

  • The immortal friend. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1928.
  • The pool of wisdom and other poems. Eerde, Netherlands: Star Pub. Trust, 1927.
  • The search. London: Allen and Unwin, 1927. 75 p.

Krishnamurti, M. 1912-

  • The lama's tale and other poems. Bangalore: n.p., 1930.
  • Love sonnets and other poems. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1937. 56 p.
  • The offering. Banglaore: n.p., 1926. ii, 28 p.
  • Songs of rose leaves. Bangalore: n.p., 1927.

Krishnan, K. Sivarama

  • Presence and other poems. London: Stockwell, 1934. 16 p.

Krishnanjali, parts I & II. Trans. by T.N. Ramachandran. Thanjavur: T.R.N. Memorial Library, 1980. 2 vols.

Krishnaswami, K..V.

  • Random thoughts. N.p.: n.p., 1914.
  • Spring buds. London: Stockwell, 1938. 16 p.

Krishnaswami, T.B.

  • Swallow flights. Madras: Teachers Publ. House, 1933.

Kumarahamu, John David Dias Dharmapala

  • Prince Wijaya's conquest of Ceylon, in verse. Akyab: the author, n.d.

Kunte, Madhavarava Moresvara, 1835-1888.

  • The risi: a poem explaining the daily life and manners of the risi as described in the Rig Veda-samhita by the author of the Saddar Shana Chintanikar studies in Indian Philosophy. Poona: Dhyan Prakash Press, 1878. 47 p.

Kurup, G. Sankara, 1901-1978. Malayalam

  • Otakkuzhal and other poems. Trans. by V.V. Menon. Madras: the translator, 1966. 66 p.
  • The quest and other poems. Trans. by Vallathol Vasudeva Menon. Madras :n.p., 1947.

Kurup, P. Narayana

  • Rubaiyat of an advocate. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

Lafa, Erach Minocher

  • Knights of Bihstoon. Bombay: Published by the author, 1916. ii, 37 p.

Lakshmanan, A.M.

  • Nalini: English version in verse and sonnets. Tellicherry: Kerala Printing and Publishing Co., 1946.

Lal, Avadh Behari

  • Behar and other poems. Calcutta: the author, 1898. xi, 44 p.
  • An elegy on the late right hon'ble W.E. Gladstone. Calcutta: Published by the author, 1898. ii, 8 p.
  • The Irish Home Rule bill: a poetical pamphlet. Calcutta: T.C. Bose and Co., 1893.4 p.
  • Juvenile effusions: containing Behar, a series of poems, part 1, canto 1; and Lament of Behar. Calcutta: Pran Ratan Nath and Co., 1891. 38 p.
  • An ode on the coronation darbar in Delhi. Gaya: H.H. Prasad, 1903. 12 p.
  • A poem on the coronation of their majesties King George V and Queen Mary as emperor and empress of India, with reprint of an ode on their majesties' marriage in 1893. Gaya: n.p., 1911. 22 p.
  • The select diamonds for criminal bar: in verse. Bankipore: n.p., 1905. 57 p.
  • Withered flowers. Benaras: n.p., 1924. 32 p.

Lal, Sushila Harkishen

  • Stray thoughts. Lahore: n.p., 1918.

Lalita

  • The star and the path. Lucknow: Lucknow Publishing House, 1944.

Latouche, Theodore W.

  • The lion-kings of Lanka. Secunderabad: Published by the author, 1932.

Lay this wreath. ?:?, 1948.

Luther, Abdur Rauf, 1916-

  • Ladder of spiritual love. Lahore: Yusuf Ali Publishers, n.d.

Madhaviah, Appavaiya, 1872-?. pseud. Kushika

  • The ballad of the penniless bride. Madras: Authors Press Publishing House, n.d.
  • Dox vs. Dox. Madras: Authors Press and Publishing House, 1906. 24 p.
  • Markandeya. Madras: Authors Press and Publishing House, n.d.
  • Poems. Madras: Srinivasa Varadachari and Co., 1903. 81 p.

Mahatab, Bijaychand, 1881-1941, raja of Bardon Bengali

  • Poems: lay and devotional. Trans. by Jyotish Chandra Banerjee. Bankipore: n.p., 1916. iv, 30, 74 p.

Maheswar, Uma S., 1902-1942.

  • Among the silences. Trivandrum: n.p., 1928.
  • The feast of the crystal heart. Trivandrum: n.p., 1928.
  • The lay of the lotus. Trivandrum: n.p., 1939.
  • Southern idylls. Trivandrum: n.p., 1939.

Mahiuddin

  • Under the shadow of an anarchic world. Calcutta: Published by the author, 1942.

Mahjur, Ghulam Ahmad, 1887-1952. Kashmiri

  • The best of Mahjoor: selections from Mahjoor's Kashmiri poems. Trans. by Triloki Nath Raina. Srinagar: J.& K. Academy of Art, Culture, and Languages, 1989. 113 p.
  • Poems of Mahjoor. Trans. by T.N. Kaul. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1988. 168 p.

Mahtab, Bijay Chand Bengali

  • Poems lay and devotional from the published writings in prose and verse of Sir Bijay Chand Mahtab, Maharaj Dhiraj Bahadur of Burdwan. Trans. by Jyotish Chunder Banerjea. Bankipore: Khadga Vilas Press, 1916. 74 p.

Majumdar, Kiran Chandra Bengali

  • The symbol that speaks=Rup o ras. London: Arthur H. Stockwell, n.d. 15 p.

Majumdar, Upendra Narain

  • Sakuntala in English poetry. Calcutta: Bayu Press, 1932. 7, 40 p.

Malabari, Behramji Merwanji, 1853-1912.

  • The Indian muse in English garb. Bombay: Merwanji Nowroji Daboo, 1876. xii, 99 p.

Malkani, Mangharan Udharan, 1896-

  • The longing lute: poems by two friends. by T.H. Advani and M. U. Malkani. Karachi: Kohinoor Printing Works, 1925. viii, 56 p.

Mallik, Gurdial, 1896-

  • Hound of the heart. Bombay: Nalanda Publ., 1948.

Mangaiah, J.

  • Indian national odes. Vizagapatnam: n.p., 1905.

Meherjee, Peroz P.

  • Poems in prose. London: Luzac and Co., 1927.

Mehta, Bhagirath

  • Neem tree and other poems. Bombay: n.p., 1940.

Mendis, Anicetus

  • Jasper and jade. Colombo: H. and C Press, 1948. Unpaged
  • Love and daybreak. Colombo: Times of Ceylon Co., 1933. 64 p.
  • Songs of spring. Colombo: Frewin & Co., 1931. 62 p.

Mendis, John George Charles

  • A lay of ancient Lanka and other poems. Colombo: Ceylon Observer, 1919. 44 p.
  • Lays of ancient Lanka and other poems. Colombo: n.p., 1919. 22 p.
  • Spring blossoms. Colombo: n.p., 1918. unpaged.

Menezes, Luis Mathias Armando, 1902-1984.

  • Chaos and dancing star. Dharwar: Published by the author, 1940.
  • Chords and discords. Bombay: Published by the author, 1936.
  • The emigrant. Bombay: n.p., 1933.
  • The fund. Bombay: n.p., 1923.

Menon, K.R.

  • The battle of China: or, The lay of a Chinese girl. Singapore: School of Printing, 1938.
  • A glimpse of Gautama the Buddha. Singapore: n.p., 1934.
  • Shells from the sea shore. Singapore: Greater India Publ. House, 1938.

Menon, Nallappattu Narayana Malayalam

  • Chakravalam=Horizon. Trans. by N. Balamani Amma. Bombay: International Book House, 1940. vii, 22 p.
  • Teardrops. Trans. by Vadaikkara Madhavan Nayar. Calcutta: W. Newman, 1931. 31 p.

Miripenna, 1768-1851. Sinhala

  • Life of Dhammaratana of Miripenna, with translations of a few of his poems. Trans. by Carolis De Silva. Galle: Lankopakara Press, 1868. 14 p.

Michael, S.M.

  • Love and beauty. Madras: Central Co-op. Printing Works, 1921. 20 p.
  • Sonnets and other poems. Madras: n.p., 1926.

Mishra, Bhuvanesvara, 1889-

  • Dearest diamonds. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

Misra, Ram Asray

  • Life's fantasia: a miscellany of poems. Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1938. xii, 76 p.

Mitra, Harihara

  • An Indian tale. Calcutta: Published by the author, 1892. 16 p.

Mitra, Peary Chand, 1814-1883. pseud. Tekchand Thakur

  • The spiritual stray leaves. Calcutta; Bose, 1897.

Poetry Works by individual authors (continued)

Modak, Cyril Jenner, 1906-

  • Jawaharlal Nehru and other poems: in honour of the first premier of free India. Allahabad: New Literature, 1946. ix, 60 p.

Modi, Ardeshir Manekji

  • Spring blossons: a book of verse. London: Stockwell, 1919. 42 p.; London: Stockwell, 1932. 46 p.

Modi, Barzorji, Edalji Modi

  • Verses. London: n.p., 1871. 40 p.

Mody, Jehangir R.P.

  • A youth's fancies: a group of poems. Bombay: Kamat Printing Press, 1927. 28 p.
  • Golden gleanings. Bombay: Pub. by the author, 1933. 45 p.
  • Golden harvest. Bombay: n.p., 1932. x, 43 p.
  • Harp of weal and woe. Bombay: n.p., n.d.
  • Verses grave & gay. Bombay: n.p., 1938. 72 p.

Mohamad, Abdul Karim

  • Faded roses. London: Stockwell, 1939. xii, 200 p.
  • Reveries. London: Stockwell, 1938. 95 p.

Mohani, Syed Fazlul Hasan Hasrat, 1875-1951. Urdu

  • Intikhab-i divan-i Hasrat Mohani: Selections from the poetical notes of Hasrat Mohani. Cawnpur: n.p., 1922. 76 p.
  • Selected poems with English translation. Edited by Begum Hasrat Mohani. Rev. ed. by Ishtiaq Azhar and Nusrat Mohani. ?:?, 1922; Karachi: Naeema Begum, 1970? 170 p.

Mohsin, Muhammed

  • The glories of the full moon. Cuttack: n.p., 1908.
  • The glory of the west: or a poem on W. Egerton, Esquire, J.P., I.C.S. District Magistrate and Collector, Cuttack. Calcutta: n.p., 1913. 26 p.

Mohun, M.V.

  • Poems. Dharwar: Pub. by the author, 1941. Vol. 1.

Mookerjee, Bisheshur

  • The new psalm of life: or, a song of the earth with some war sonnets. London: Stockwell, 1925. 16 p.

Mookerjee, Jogendranath

  • My poems. Calcutta: Pub. by the author, 1907. 53 p.
  • On reading the Gita. Calcutta: Pub. by the author, 1908. 80 p.
  • A poem on the Russo-Japanese war, 1904. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Criterion Printing Works, 1906. 137 p.

Mookerjee, Satischandra, pseud. Funniman

  • Comic ditties. Calcutta: Indian Imperial Press, 1909. 44 p.
  • Skits and sketches. Calcutta: L. Chatterjee, 1929. v, 62 p.
  • Snapshots. Calcutta: Sarkar and Sons, 1919. ii, 36 p.

Mookerji, Jadoo Nath

  • Traveller's thought. Howrah: n.p., 1908. 8 p.

Mordia, H.S.

  • Gurudeva Tagore: verses with plates. Udaipur: Mordia Book House, 1942. 70 p.
  • Lotus-pool. Udaipur: Mordia Book House, 1941. 51 p.
  • Pratap the great. Udaipur: Mordia Book House, 1937. 33 p.

Moreno, Henry W. Bunn, 1875-

  • Poems. Calcutta: V.C. Bastien, 1929. ii, 101 p.

Motwani, Ram B.

  • Pilgrim's staff. Larkana: Published by the author, 1936.

Mukerjee, Nagendra Nath

  • Children of an idle brain: humorous poems. London: Stockwell, 1933? 15 p.

Mukerji, Abhaycharan

  • The Oudh dynasty. Allahabad: Indian Press, 1918.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal, 1890-1936.

  • Rajani: songs of the night. San Francisco: P. Elder, 1916. x, 78 p.
  • Sandhya: songs of the twilight. San Francisco: P. Elder, 1917. viii, 82 p.

Mukerji, N.N.

  • Gifts of inspiration. Calcutta: Book co., 1934.

Mukerji, Nagesh Chandra Bengali

  • Abhishek: on the coronation of the Imperial Majesties Emperor George V and Empress Mary at Delhi on the 12th of December 1911. Calcutta: Krishna Press, 1911. 17 p.

Mukhopadhyaya, A.T.

  • Victoria the good. Moorshidabad: Ramgopal Das, 1904. 18 p. 2nd ed. Dacca: n.p., 1910. 8, 22, 2 p.

Muni, Kavyakanta Ganapati

  • Forty verses. N.p.: Raman Ashram, n.d.

Munshi, Suraj Kishan

  • Morning shadows. Cawnpore: n.p., 1935.

Murthi, Mathugiri Vasudeva

  • The piece of wood and other poems. Bangalore: Bangalore Press, 1941.

Naidu, C.R. Durmasalu

  • Heart buds: poems. Ahmedabad: Published by the author, 1914. 8, 100 p.

Naidu, Sarojini Chattopadhyay, 1879-1949.

  • The bird of time: songs of life, death & the spring. London: Heinemann, 1912. xii, 102 p.
  • The broken wing: songs of love, death and the spring. London: Heinemann, 1917. xiv, 107 p.
  • The feather of the dawn. Edited by Padmaja Naidu. Bombay: Asia Publishing House, 1961. 43 p.
  • The golden threshold. London: Heinemann, 1905. 98 p.
  • A Greek presentation of "Harvest hymn". Adyar, Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1918.
  • Mehir Muneer: a poem in three cantos by a Brahmin girl. Madras: n.p., n.d. pre1900.
  • Sarojini Naidu: select poems. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1982.
  • Sarojini Naidu, selected poetry and prose. Edited by Makarand Paranjape. New Delhi: Indus, 1993. 232 p.
  • Sarojini Naidu's select poems with an introduction, notes and bibliography for further study. By A.N. Gupta and Satish Gupta. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1976. Viii, 230 p.
  • The sceptred flute: songs of India. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1928. 240 p. Indian ed., Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1943, 1958, 1979. ix, 207 p.
  • Select poems. Edited by H.G. Dalway Turnbull. Calcutta: Oxford University Press, 1930. xii, 241 p.
  • Songs. Hyderabad: for private circulation, 1896.
  • The soul of India. 3rd ed. Madras: Cambridge, 1921. 20 p.; 4th ed. Madras: Vosanta Press, 1923. 14 p.

Naik, Daitari

  • The memorial. Sonepur: n.p., 1909. 5 p.

Namonarayana, pseud.

  • God, woman and child, and the perfect soul's prayer: two poems. Madras: Published by the author, 1924. 16 p.
  • God, woman and child: a new history of creation. Triplicane, Madras: A.S. Ramaiah, 1927.
  • The perfect soul's prayer: or The philsophy and religion of love, joy and beauty. Madras: A.S. Ramaiah, 1927.

Narain, C.L.

  • Indian fancy: a book of verse. London: Stockwell, 1940. 28 p.

Narayan, Shriman, 1912-

  • The fountain of life. Bombay: n.p., 1933. 2nd ed. Bombay: Asia Publishing House, 1961. 79 p.

Nehemiah, T.K.

  • Pontius Pilate's judgement: a Christian poem. Calcutta: n.p., 1917. xii, 76 p.

Nehru, Brijendra Pal

  • Inspirations in Burma: poems. Allahabad: Allahabad Law Journal Press, 1943. xxi, 62 p.

Nilaver, Gopal N.

  • Sudden retrospect and other poems. Bangalore: Hosali Press, 1946.

Nirmal, M.S.

  • Song of immortality, the spirit of Guru Gobind Singh as reflected in his "Alkal ustat". Lahore: Published by the author, 1936. 80 p.

Nirodbaran

  • Sun-blossoms: poems of spiritual life and experience. Bombay: Sri Aurobindo Circle, 1947. viii, 112 p.

Nishikanto

  • Dream cadences. Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, 1946. 56 p.

Osymn: an Arabian tale. Calcutta: n.p., 1841.

Oza, Uchhrangrai Keshavra, 1891- Gujarati

  • Sheni and Vijanand: a poem. Trans. by the author. Bombay: National Information and Publications, 1947. vii, 48 p.

Padamsee, Sultan, 1922-1946.

  • Poems. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1975. 65 p.

Padmanabhan, T.P., 1893-

  • Whispers of love: a poem. N.p.: n.p., 1926.

Pai, Nagesh Vishwanath, 1853-1914.

  • The angel of misfortune: a fairy tale, a metrical romance in ten books. Bombay: W.N. Mulgaokar and Co., 1903. 159 p.

Pal, Sri

  • The royal visit to India: from November to March, 1905- 06. Agra: n.p., 1908. 38 p.

Pandya, R. Sivasankara

  • The empress of India and other poems. Madras: C.E. Foster, 1876; 2nd ed. Madras: Tawker Sadananda, 1888. 42 p.

Pandya, Savailal Ishvarlal, 1904-

  • Broken accents. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1931. 16 p.

Panikkar, Kavalam Madhava, 1895-1963. Malayalam

  • The waves of thought. Trans. by the author from Malayalam. N.p.: n.p., 1944.

Panjabi, Lata K.

  • Poetical politics. Bombay: Punkuj Publishing House, 1945.

Pantulu, Kokkonada Venkataratnamu, 1842-1915. Telugu

  • The Empress of India, nine gems: a poem in Telugu. A poem in English illustrative of the views comprised in the above Telugu poems. Trans. by R. Sivasankara Pondiah. Madras: C. Foster, 1876. 11 p.

Patel, Jehangir Rustomji

  • The world war: an epic. London: Erskine Macdonald, 1921. Part 1, 109 p. No more published.

Patel, R.B.

  • The knock: a challenge to the mystery of life. N.p.: n.p., n.d.

Patro, A.V.

  • Youthful fancies. Madras: n.p., 1930.

Pattabhiramayya, B.

  • Indian tales in verse. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1934. 48 p.

Paymaster, Rustom Barjorji, 1870-1943.

  • Navroziana; or, the dawn of the new era: being poems on Mr.Dadabhai Naoroji and other friends of India. Bombay: n.p., 1917. 8, 3, 58, 45 p.
  • Poems on Dadabhai Naroji and other friends of India. Bombay: J.B. Dordi, 1925.
  • The nazrana: or, India's offerings to her king-emperor on his coronation. Bombay: D.B. Taraporevala Sons and Co., 1902. 30 p.
  • Sunset and sunrise: being odes on the death of Queen Victoria and the accession of King Edward VII. Bombay: n.p., 1902. 14 p.; Bombay: Taraporevala, 1917.
  • The voice of the east on the great war. Bombay: n.p., 1916. ii, 97 p.; 2nd rev. ed. Bombay: n.p., 1917.

Peters, E.

  • The cry of the bereft. Bangalore: Basel Mission Press, 1933. 65 p.

Pillai, C. Velu

  • Siragira dedicated to the cause of truth & peace. Jaffna: Commerical Press, 1937. 96 p.

Pillai, Govinda Krishna

  • India & England and other poems. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1931. 24 p.
  • The swan messenger: a dramatic poem. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1933. 47 p.

Pillai, Pattanattu Tamil

  • Dedication: poems of St. Pattanathu Pillai. Trans. by S.P.Y. Voegeli-Arya. Edited by Will Hayes. Chatham: Order of the Great Companion, 1933. 134 p.

Pillai, Thottakadu Ramakrishna, pseud. T. Ramakrishna

  • Tales of Ind and other poems. London: T.Fisher Unwin, 1896. 106 p.

Pires, Edward Aloysius

  • Silence sings. N.p.: n.p., 1931.

Pithawala, Maneckji Bejanji

  • Afternoons with Ahura Mazda. Poona: n.p., 1919. 65 p.
  • Links with the past: poems interpreting thoughts and ideals in the sacred books of the Parsees. London: Poetry League, 1933. 82 p.
  • Sacred sparks. Karachi: Pub. by the author, 1920.
  • A silver sheaf. Karachi: Dr. Maneck B. Pithawalla, 1946. vii, 86 p.
  • A wedding feast. Karachi: Pub. by the author, 1921.

Poonegar, B.B.

  • Lyrical thoughts. Bombay: n.p., 1931.

Prabuddhananda, Swami

  • The song of Himalayas. Darjeeling: Sri Rama Krishan Siksha Parishad, 1948.

Pracas, S.S.

  • Archways. Bezwada: A.G. Bess, 1939.

Prasad, Dipa Narayana

  • The law courts: a poem. Monghyr: n.p., 1933. 32 p.
  • The reflections: poems. Monghyr: n.p., 1933. 2, 41, iii p.

Prasad, Jai Shankar, 1889-1937. Hindi

  • Ansu=tears. Trans. by Jaikrishna Sadani. Calcutta: Rupa, 1979. viii, 42 p.
  • Cupid-maid. Trans. by Jagat Bhardwaj. Amritsar: Jagat Jagrit Kendra, 1974.
  • Jai Shankar Prasad's Kamayani: a Hindi epic translated into English verse. Trans. by Hari Chand Bansal. Delhi: Saraswati House, 1987. xii, 268 p.
  • Kamayani. Trans. by B.L. Sahney. Delhi: Yogbodh Prakashan, 1971. xii, 215 p.
  • Kamayani. Trans. by Jaikrishnadas Sadani. Calcutta: Rupa, 1975. 277 p.
  • Kamayani. Trans. by Manohar Bandopadhyay. New Delhi: Ankuv Publ. House, 1978. xv, 304 p.
  • Kamayani. Trans. by Satya Narayan Purohit. Jaipur: Samriddhi Prakashan, 1988. 204 p.
  • Tears: Jayashankar Prasad's Aansoo. Trans. by O.P. Govil. Aligarh : Shakun Publications, 1986. 78 p.

Purohit, Swami, 1882-

  • The song of silence. Poona: V.S. Chitale, 1931. 46 p.

Qomar, Nand

  • Thro' eastern eyes: a modern poetic survey of some aspects of the world today depicting the thoughts and ideas of an Eastern observer. Bombay: Popular Book Depot, 1938. 40 p.

Raghubir, Narayan

  • Wayside blossoms. N.p.: n.p., 1928.

Rahmatullah, Shahabuddin, 1913- Urdu

  • Angelic whispers. Trans. by the author. New York: Vantage Press, 1988. 165 p.

Rai, U.C.

  • An Indian tale. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1916. 42 p.

Rajan, Balachandra, 1920-

  • Monsoon and other poems. Cambridge: n.p., 1945. 28 p.

Raju, P.V. Ramaswami

  • Sreemat Rajangala Mahodyanm: or, The great park of Rajangala; a poem in Sanskrit and English. N.p.: n.p., 1894.

Rama, K.S.

  • The deserted child and other poems. N.p.: n.p., 1941.
  • Jasmine sellers. N.p.: n.p., 1941.
  • Poet Tagore and other poems. N.p.: n.p., 1941.

Ramalinga, Swami, 1823-1874. Tamil

  • Arutperunjothi agaval. Trans. by Swami Saravanananda and G. Jagannathan. Edited by N. Mahalingam. Madras: Ramalinga Mission, 1989. lxxviii, 429 p.

Ramamurti, K.S.

  • The birth of King Vikramaditya. Calcutta: n.p., 1913. 54 p.

Ramamurti, Meduri

  • Arpana: a book of devotional prose poems of enrapturing beauty. Calcutta: Goldquin, 1922.
  • Gandhi: an epic fragment. Vijayanagaram: Grace and Co., 1935. vi, 21 p.
  • In the temple of truth. Calcutta: goldquin, 1926. x, 51 p.

Ramana, Maharshi Tamil

  • Five hymns to Sri Arunachala. 3rd ed. Tiruvannamalai?: Niranjanananda Swamy, 1946. 42 p.

Rangacharya, I.V.

  • El 'Fidero: a poem. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1939. 47 p.

Rao, B. Vasudeva

  • Of her and hereafter and other poems. London: Stockwell, 1932. 39 p.

Rao, D. Madhva

  • Madhavi-lata. London: Heath Cranton, 1923. 62 p.

Rao, G. Annaji

  • Congress ditties and other rhymes. Bombay: Published by the author, 1928.
  • The light house. Madras: n.p., 1912. 16 p.

Rao, Gulvadi Shiva and Shriram Wagle

  • Rhyme and reason: verses. Bombay: S.V. Gulvai, 1924. 23 p.

Rao, J. Virabhadra

  • Princess Susila: a tale in verse. Kakinada: Scap and Co., 1914. 54 p.

Rao, K.R., 1923- . pseud. Temporau

  • Cascade of love and other poems. Madras: Shakti Karyalayam, 1945. 18 p.

Rao, K.S. Appaji

  • Dawn and other poems. Puthur, Mysore: Published by the author, 1941.

Rao, P. Ganapathy

  • Fragrant buds: poems. Brahmavar, Mysore: n.po., 1929. 30 p.

Rao, Rama V.M.G., 1910-

  • No ... name. N.p.: n.p., 1943.

Rao, Somina Venkata

  • Scribbles. Cocanada: Printed for private circultation only, 1903. 48 p.

Ratha, Baladeba, 1789-1845. Oriya

  • Glimpses into Kabisurya: a short collection of English translations of Kabisurya Baladeb Rath's poems. Trans. by Bichhanda Charan Patnaik. Cuttack: Kalinga Bharati, n.d. 28 p.

Rau, Belle Ramachandra

  • On the first floor. N.p.: n.p., 1926.

Rau, K.V. Subba

  • My humble bit. Bezwada: n.p., 1932.

Ray, Ananda Sankar, 1904- Bengali

  • Companion of the road and other poems. Trans. by Lila Ray. Calcutta: United Writers, 1976. 35, 5 p.

Rayalu, Francis

  • Verses on various occasions. Trichinopoly: St. Joseph's College Press, 1909. iii, 51 p.

Raychaudhari, B.B.

  • A lover's lute. London: A.H. Stockwell, 1929. 15 p.

Rodrigues, Manuel Caetano, 1908-

  • Homeward. Bombay: G.V. Bhave, 1939. 35 p.
  • Songs in exile. ?:?, 1934.

Row, Chilkuri S. Narsimha

  • The poetical works of Chilkur C.S. Nar Simha Row. Ellore: M.V. Press, 1911. 480 p.
  • The song of Indiana on the royal visit. Madras: Ananda Steam Press, 1906. 15 p.

Row, V. Sundara

  • Short poems. Madras: n.p., 1914.

Roy, Anilbaran

  • Songs from the soul. London: J.M. Walkins, 1939. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Amiya Library, 1946. 188 p.

Roy, Bharat Chandra, 1712?-1760. Bengali

  • Vidya sundara. Edited by Gour Das Bairagi. Calcutta: P.M. Soor, 1890. 162, 31 p.

Roy, Dilip Kumar, 1897-1980.

  • Eyes of light. Bombay: Nalanda Publ., 1948. 161 p.

Roy, Dwijendra Lal, 1864-1913.

  • The lyrics of Ind. London: Trubier and Co., 1886.

Roy, Jamini Kisor

  • The isle of exile. Sherpur town, Myminsingh: Jitendra Kisor Roy, 1926. viii, 96 p.
  • The rapturous joy of Bengal: coronation durbar poem. Calcutta: n.p., 1925. x, iv, 100 p.

Roy, Raja Rammohan, 1772?-1833. Bengali

  • Complete songs of Rammohan Roy. Trans. by Nikhiles Guha. Calcutta : Writers Workshop, 1973. 72 p.

Roy, Sachhidananda Raut, 1916- Oriya

  • The boatman boy and other poems. Trans. by Harindranath Chattopadhyaya. Calcutta; Book Forum, 1942. 62 p.

Roy, Sukhendu Bikash

  • The coronation ode. Chittagong: n.p., 1911. 7 p.

RoyChoudhuri, Narendra Narayana Bengali

  • Song of spring. An English rendering of Bengali songs by Amiyansu Kumar Das Gupta. Dacca: East-End House, 1928. 11 p.

Rustomji, Vikaji Framji

  • The Himalaya mountain. Bombay: Bombay Education Society's Press, 1865.

Saha, Lalana, 1775-1890. Bengali

  • Myriad miracle: Lalon's song. Trans. by M. Mizanur Rahman. Dhaka: Manowara Rahman, 1987. 31 p.
  • Songs of Lalon Shah. Trans. by Abu Rushd. Dhaka: Bangla Academy, 1964. 79 p.; Special centenary edition. Dhaka: Bangla Academy, 1991. 165 p.
  • Songs of Lalon. Trans. by Brother James. Dhaka: University Press, 1987. xvi, 116 p.

Sahaba, Tulasi, 1763-1843. Hindi

  • Tulsi Sahib, saint of Hathras: poems. Dera Baba Jaimal Singh, Punjab: Radha Soami Satsang Beas, 1978. viii, 112 p.

Sahu, K.L.

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Sahu, Lakshmi Narayan, 1890-1963.

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Saklatvala, Beram Shapurji

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Saklatvala, S.D.

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Saranathan, V.

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Sarkar, Benoy Kumar, 1887-1949.

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Sarkar, Benoy Kumar, 1887-1949. Bengali

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Sarma, Sasi V.

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Sarmast, Sachal, 1739-1829. Sindhi

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Sarvadhikari, Manindra Prasad Bengali

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Sarvadhikary, Manindra Prasad

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Sastri, Isvaridatta Daurgadatti

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Sastri, K.L. Vyasaraja Tamil

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Sastri, K.S. Ramaswami, 1878-

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Satyhare, S.N.

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Sen, Atul Prashad, 1871-1934. Bengali

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Sen, Brojendra Kumar Bengali

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Sen, Joity Chunder

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Senex, pseud

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Seshadri, Pundi, 1887-1942.

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Sethna, H.D., 1906-

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Sethna, Kaikhushru Dhunjibhoy, 1904- . pseud. Amal Kiran

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Sett, Adi K., 1904-

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Shafi, Mian Muhammad, Sir

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Shah, Ramanlal Vadilal, 1904-

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Shahaney, B.L.

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Shastri, Hari Prasad, 1882-1956.

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Shungloo, Krishna

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Singh, Adhyatma

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Singh, Mohan, 1899-

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Singh, Puran, 1881-1931.

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Panjabi

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Singhee, Nilamani

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Sircar, S.N.

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Soham, Swami

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Solomon, Samuel

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Sommanna, Garimella

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Somney, Harinarayan

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Sousa, Innocent

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Sreshta, Raghavendra Rao

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Srinivas, Krishna, 1913-

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Sriramulu, Tanguturi

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Srivastava, Narsingh

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Stalin, K. Tamil

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Subrahmanyam, N.

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Subramanyam, K.P.

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Subramony, K.S. Ananta

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Suhrawardy, Hasan Shahid, 1890-1965.

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Sumana-Sikera, W.A.

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Sundara, A.K. Kalyana, 1921-

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Sunita, Vikramasimha

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Tabassum, Abdul Rashid

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Tagore, Basabendranath, 1914- Bengali

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Tagore, Basabendro, 1914-

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Tagore, Jotindra Mohan, 1831-1908.

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Tagore, Rabindranath, 1861-1941. Bengali

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Tagore, Subho, 1912- Bengali

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Talgodapitiya, W.

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Tamibmuttu, Meary J., 1915-1983

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Taskar, Sohrabji Kuvarji Jivaji Persian

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Tatwarayaswami Tamil

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Tewari, Braj Mohan

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Thadani, Nanikram Vasanmal, 1890-

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Thaker, Jashwant Dayashankar, 1915-

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Thakkar, Kapil P.

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Thambiah, R.R. Crossette

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Thiagarajan, T.S.

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Tyabji, Rihana

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Tyagaraja, 1759?-1847? Telugu

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Vaidyanathan, Kolipakam, 1899-

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Vakil, Raman N., 1908-1975.

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Vasu, Avinasa Chandra

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Vaswani, Khusiram Nebhraj, 1911-

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Vatsayayan, Sachchidanand Hiranand, 1911- . Pseud, Agyeya.

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Veeraraghavan, Venbakkam, 1898-

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Vellatore, S.

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Venkatasitapati, Giduga, 1885-

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Verma, Naresh Kumar

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Vicajee, F.M.

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Vijayatunga, Jinadasa, 1902-

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Vikramasimha, Sunita

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Vivekananda, Swami, 1862-1902. (Narendranath Dutt)

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Vivekananda, Swami, 1863-1902. Bengali

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Wadia, J.B.H.

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Wagle, Shriram, and Gulvadi Shiva Rao

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Wahid, H.M.A.

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Weerasooriya, Hubert E.

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Xavier, G. Maria Joseph

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Yoganandam, J.

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Zuberi, Itrat H.

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