CLRI is planning to publish an anthology of short stories published with CLRI issues, with ISBN. Authors are requested to submit the short stories published with any issue of CLRI.Read more about An Anthology of Stories
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Dear authors, we have recently undergone through upgradation process of our website. All the back issues will be uploaded soon.Read more about Previous Issues will be Back Soon
We are inviting previously unpublished research papers on Rabindranath Tagore’s Gitanjali — the song offerings — for our next issue. We are looking for critical essays on various topics around Gitanjali. We aspect you to explore Gitanjali from as different angles as possible. You may create your own topics also and send us your best papers on them. The best paper will be selected for an anthology with ISBN later.Read more about Gitanjali of Rabindranath Tagore