Adukuri Jagannath Rao

AJ Rao (Adukuri Jagannath Rao) is a retired bank official who lives in Hyderabad. Poetry and photography are his chief interests and he blogs on the subjects extensively. He writes an off-on poetry commentary blog on the visual aspects of poetry and another on Indian poetry. He writes a poetry blog post "A poem a day" at the crack of dawn every day.


His earlier poetry collection Light Grew Less in His Eyes and Other Poems is available as a paperback published by Notion Press and also as an E-book on Amazon and other outlets.


Making Love in The Air And Other Impressions

Books by Adukuri Jagannath Rao

These two hundred and forty odd poems are based on actual experience. They were written, one poem a day, during the last six to seven years.

All poetry is confessional in nature, from a certain uneasiness arising from doubts about the world and how we have been tackling it. Poetry is a way in which one can make sense of life. The magic of words enthralls us by the pictures they hide.

The poems about nature are a celebration of nature in all her g

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Light grew less in his eyes and other poems

Books by Jagannath Rao Adukuri

Poetry is product of an exquisite sensibility, the ability to respond to complex emotional or aesthetic influences. Is there a sensibility unique to a country or its people, directly flowing from their cultural conscious? Apart from the poet’s own sensitivity to the influences around him, the sensibility relates to the people who form his milieu. An Indian poet writing in English will draw from his own cultural conscious and incorporate in his vision complex

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