Save the green cover and conserve forests. Save hills before they are referred in stories as once upon a time. Conserve energy by turning-off lights when not required. Avoid dumping disposables on railway tracks, open lands, river and sea shores to prevent landfills and to ensure a clean environment. Timely vaccination can protect precious little lives from vaccine-preventable diseases—Save a child, save a life, and save a dream. Refer government and regulatory advisories, directives, or guidelines. Keep first-aid kit at home and workplace for use in emergencies. If possible, try to help the elderly if you find that they are unable to cross the road due to heavy traffic. If possible, offer your seat to the elderly or those in need in buses and metro trains.

Literary Junction

Welcome to the Literary Junction!

Literature is an art. There are various types of literature. My mission is to bring stories in various genres and languages through literary writing and books.

Poetry: In general, poetry can be expressed in various ways and styles such as blank verse, free verse, lyric, ballad, cinquain, haiku, sestina, sonnet, villanelle, epic, elegy, epigram, imagist, limerick, narrative, and ode.

Prose: Prose can take various forms such as fictional, heroic, nonfictional, and prose poetry.

Fiction: In general, fiction can be of various types such as children’s literature, fables, comics, flash fiction, short stories, novelettes, novellas, novels, historical fiction, horror, science fiction, fantasy, mystery and thriller fiction, and realistic fiction.

The aforementioned is indicative and not exhaustive.

Works on historical and science fiction are included in the Literary Junction whereas those on history and science are included in the Humanities and Social Sciences and Sciences respectively in the Nonfiction Junction.

While some languages have their own writing scripts, some use scripts of other languages. Styles of writing, in many languages, have evolved over various centuries and are accordingly categorized. While retaining one’s originality, it’s good to be aware of them.         

The endeavour is to cover all major language families in due course. It is important to preserve vulnerable as well as endangered languages and explore the possibility of reviving extinct languages. Linguistics and languages are included in the Humanities and Social Sciences in the Nonfiction Junction.

Genres will be mentioned on the separate page created for titles. Each title even within the same genre has a different theme. There is a possibility of a common element as a signature style within a genre yet only if it gels with the theme. All these writing projects are my own ideas and required considerable effort before listing them on this medium. In some cases there were changes later on as an editorial discretion for as simple reason that something has a GI tag and is avoidable. There can be similar or other changes ahead, if required.

Language Originals

Dravidian Languages ద్రావిడ భాషలు திராவிட மொழிகள் ದ್ರಾವಿಡ ಭಾಷೆಗಳು ദ്രാവിഡ ഭാഷകൾ

Indo-European Languages

Indo-Aryan Languages इंडो-आर्यन भाषाएँ ইন্দো-আর্য ভাষা ইন্দো-আৰ্য ভাষাবোৰ ଇଣ୍ଡୋ-ଆର୍ଯ୍ୟ ଭାଷା ଗୁଡିକ इन्डो-आर्य भाषाएँ इंडो-आर्यन भासो इंडो-आर्यन भाषा इन्डो-आर्यन भाषाहरू ઇન્ડો-આર્યન ભાષાઓ ہند آریائی زبانیں ਇੰਡੋ-ਆਰੀਅਨ ਭਾਸ਼ਾਵਾਂ इंडो-आर्यन भाखाये ඉන්දු-ආර්ය භාෂා

In the context of language families, Indo-Aryan languages are further classified into various groups. More on this classification under the linguistics and languages zone in the Humanities and Social Sciences section in the Nonfiction Junction. Some of the Dravidian languages include Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Oraon, Tulu, Kolami, Kodava, and Toda.Some of the Indo-Aryan languages include Hindi, Bengali, Sanskrit, Konkani, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Assamese, Odia, Urdu, Sindhi, Chhattisgarhi, Malvi, Bungeli, Maithili, Awadhi, Nepali, and Sinhala.

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