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'A Handful of Stars' is innocent of any international trends in poetry or any contemporary debates in Indian literature.
Prakash Mahajan's poems are remarkable for flights of soaring imagination, deep dives into philosophy , flashes of insights and understanding; and imbued with immense love of word and its power of expression and communication.
Every new collection of English poems written by by Indians revives and strengthens the hope that poetry of the world never be dead. PrakashMahajan's 'A Handful of Stars' holds this promise again, with its spontaneous over flow of creativity. His concerns are only a few but clearly defined, such as love, music, and nature. It needs be noted, that he is permanently enamored of Bharatratna Pt Bhimsen Joshi's classical music. if critics challenge, what is 'Indian' in Indian English poetry, here is a solid answer in Prakash Mahajan's galaxy of poems.
The poetry of Prakash Mahajan is replete with the joys or sorrows of human life encompassing the day-to-day truth through which is hard to know, his keen perception of men, manners,and the ambiance around kindle his mind; and his poems become reality to interest, regale and compel the readers to contemplate about the sheen about his flights.
Prakash Mahajan's poems take the readers to the world crossing the boundaries of cast, creed, color and culture; and soar in the realm of universal appeal. With his lapidary style, language of hope and love, deep insight into life, he has contributed a good number of poems to Indian poetry in English.