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Translations by the Poet2018-01-31T09:10:52+00:00
  • Naik, Vihang A. “Word” , “Gazal” ( Translation of Vihang A. Naik’s Gujarati poems [ Jeegangeet ] into English by Vihang A. Naik ) Muse India.Com Editors : GSP Rao, Managing Editor , Charanjeet Kaur and Muse India Team / ISSN: 0975-1815 . Issue 70: Nov-Dec 2016 . Online e journal . http://www.museindia.com/regularcontent.asp?issid=70&id=6972

  • Naik, Vihang A. “Word In a City” , “Ghost And Future” , “N-Thought” , “That Poet” , “Morning” , “Madras Cafe” , “Mine” , “Love” , “Lost” , “Logic” , “Pencil – 1 to 7 ” ( Translation of Vihang A. Naik’s Gujarati poems [ Jeegangeet ] into English by Vihang A. Naik ) Kavya Bharati Ed. R. P. Nair. Madurai. India: Study Centre for Indian Literature in Literature in English And Translation, American College ( jour ). 20th Anniversary Special Issue, No.20.,2008. p. 85 – 95. http://www.scilet.in/download/KB/KB20.pdf

  • Patel , Ravji. “Crowd.” ( Translation of Ravji Patel’s Gujarati poem into English by Vihang Naik ) The Poetry Chain. Ed. Gopi Krishnan Kottoor. New Mumbai , India ( jour issue ) , Vol.10.,No.11., April – June 2003. p. 07.

  • Bhagat, Niranjan. “Ahmedabad 1951.” ( Translation of Niranjan Bhagat’s Gujarati poem into English by Vihang Naik ) The Quest . Ed. Ravi Nandan Sinha. jour. Vol.16., No.2., December 2002. p. 86.

  • Patel, Ravji. “Then.” ( Translation of Ravji Patel’s Gujarati poem into English by Vihang Naik ) The Quest Ed. Ravi Nandan Sinha. jour. Vol.15., No.2., December 2001. p. 49.

  • Bhagat, Niranjan. “At Seventy.” ( Translation of Niranjan Bhagat’s Gujarati poem into English by Vihang Naik ) Poetry Today Ed. Pradipkumar Chaudhuri. jour. Vol.4., No.3., July – September 2000. p. 22 – 23.

  • Bhagat, Niranjan. “Let’s Shake Hands” ; “I And -” ; “In Embrace.” ( Translation of Niranjan Bhagat’s Gujarati poems into English by Vihang Naik ) Indian Literature – Sahitya Akademi’s Bi-Monthly Journal. Ed. H. S. Shiva Prakash. New Delhi , India: Sahitya Akademi ( jour ). Issue 181 Vol.XL., No.5., September – October 1997. p. 76.

  • Translations of first Gujarati Modern Poet – Ravji Patel. SCILET : Study Centre for Indian Literature in English and Translation published in Kayva Bharati. http://scilet.in/download/KB/KB15.pdf (Page: 95-96)