Nanditha Rajaram Shastry

Assistant Professor, English and other languages, GSHS, HYD |

Nanditha Rajaram Shastry has a Phd from the Central University of Himachal Pradesh, about the idea of India in select Indian English novels. She has been a gold medalist from the University of Mysore. She has designed and taught e content for SWAYAM-PRABHA, BA Hons (English). She was shortlisted for the Isaac Sequeira Memorial Award in 2015. She has been on the editorial board of literature journals. She is also a published poet and a singer, having given performances in India and abroad.

Research Publications
  • “The Vedic Welfare State: A Study of Abhinavagupta” in the International Journal of All Research Education and Scientific Methods (IJARESM), Volume 10, Issue 2, February-2022. ISSN: 2455-6211.
  • “Does Kipling’s “If” appropriate the Gita: Correlating, Empire, Muscular Christianity and Sthitaprajna” in Kipling and Yeats: Retrospectives/Perspectives edited by Promodini Varma and Anubhav Pradhan. 2019. ISBN 978-0-367-37658-1.
  • “Women and identity: A study of Shashi Deshpande‟s That Long Silence” in Lokaratna :An Academic Journal of Folklore. Volume VIII April 2015. ISSN 2347-6427.
  • “Hope in a World of Crime: A Study of Vikram Chandra’s Sacred Games” in Spring Magazine on English Literature, Vol.1, No.1, 2015. E-ISSN: 2455 -4715.
  • From Dream to Nightmare: A Study of Kanthapura and The White Tiger in Great Indian Authors in English edited by Bashisth Choubey and Amar Nath Prasad. 2013. ISBN 978-81-7625-920-0.
Authored Books
  • SWAYAM PRABHA Modules (8)- B.A. Honours English.
  • • Indian Writing in English • Comparative Literature • 20th Century British Literature • Film adaptation of literary texts • Crime and its depiction in novels • Depiction of the idea of India in Indian novels in English
Nanditha Rajaram Shastry