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Sāhitya is a double blind peer-reviewed refereed journal [ISSN 2249-6416] published from Delhi and Kolkata by the Comparative Literature Association of India

Sāhitya Journal of the Comparative Literature Association of India Vol. 11. 2023.

ISSN: 2249-6416

EDITOR: Prof. Jatindra Kumar Nayak

PUBLISHER: Prof. Chandra Mohan

EDITORIAL BOARD: Shivarama Padikkal, Animesh Mohapatra, Rindon Kundu, Mrinmoy Pramanick

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