Subjects: Culture and arts,
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Published in December each year, Jalsa is a literary anthology of new writings and translations in Hindi. Each number is named on a theme reflecting a major concern around which fiction, poetry, memoirs, critical reflections and analytical writings are placed.
The theme for Jalsa 3 (2012) is ‘A Century’. This year it is dedicated to great khayal singer Amir Khan.
- Wislawa Szymborska: Two poems
- Editorial notes: A centenary and four deaths (on Ustad Amir Khan, Ravi Shankar, Mehdi Hassan, Eric Hobsbawm and Theo Angelopoulos)
- Laltu: Shabd mile anant to kyon pralapmay (poem)
- Saeed Akhtar Mirza: Salam alaikum, ammi (memoir)
- Pankaj Chaturvedi: Seven poems
- Deviprasad Mishra: Some poems
- Hari Mridul: Seven poems
- Hemant Shesh: Varnamala (fiction)
- Tribhuvan: Seventeen poems
- Kamlanath: Bhaunrya mo (fiction)
- Shubha: Ujre hue pravasi ki dairi se (prose)
- Shivprasad Joshi: Sangit ghar (poems)
- Deepak Banerji: Amir Khan – the man and his music (essay)
- Safdar Shamee: Amir Khan – Some sketches
- Himanshu Kumar: Seven poems
- Anshu Malaviya: Ao, Qsab ko phansi den (poem)
- Saumya Malaviya: Qasab (poem)
- Adrienne Rich: Four poems and an essay
- Milos Macourek: Four tales for children
- Rizwan Zaheer Usman: a tribute
Translations by Bharatbhooshan Tiwari, Asad Zaidi, Ashok Pande
On the cover: Ustad Amir Khan
Other Jalsa anthologies
Pub. 2010, 216 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 in.
Pub. 2011, 176 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 in.
Pub. 2015, 288 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 in.