Beyond the literary feeds of thoughts and rhyme, capturing moments lost in time, in the world of endless streams we dwell, where words and tale do swell and swell…
Roaming in treasure trove of words, scrolling through stories old and new; Kasturi Sinha, a wordsmith is crafting her emotions in hue. Miss Sinha is born in Odisha and brought up in Maharashtra weaves tales of perfect blend reflecting her passion as a poet, an author, who is also a dedicated research scholar in the field of English Literature. She is currently pursuing her research journey at Ravenshaw University, Cuttack where she feels captivated by the timeless beauty and profound insights that literature offers. Miss Sinha is passionate about the intricate world of postmodernism which is the area of her interest in research. Her passion lies in delving deep into the complexities to contribute to the ever-expanding body of knowledge in this field. She is committed to conducting rigorous research, exploring innovative solutions, and collaborating with experts to make meaningful contributions to the academic community. Her days are filled with books, discussions, and endless cups of coffee. She embarks on a unique research journey, seeking to unravel the complexities of postmodernism in this digital age.
Postmodernism is a complex and influential intellectual movement that emerged in the mid-20th century. It challenges traditional ideas about society, culture, and knowledge. Postmodernism questions the existence of objective truths and promotes the idea that reality is shaped by subjective experiences and social constructs. In the context of society, postmodernism often critiques the grand narratives or metanarratives that have historically provided meaning and structure to social life, such as religion, science, and politics. It emphasizes the diversity of voices and perspectives, highlighting the importance of marginalized groups and their narratives. Postmodernism has had a significant impact on fields like literature, art, philosophy, and social sciences, encouraging a more critical and deconstructive approach to understanding the world. However, it’s a controversial and debated concept, with both supporters and critics, as it challenges established norms and can lead to questions about truth, identity, and social cohesion.
Postmodernism has had a significant impact on research across various disciplines. It challenges traditional research methods and the notion of objective truth. Postmodern researchers often emphasize subjectivity, multiple perspectives, and the social construction of knowledge. They may use methods like narrative analysis and deconstruction to examine how power, language, and culture influence research. Postmodernism can be seen as both liberating and controversial in the world of research, as it opens up new possibilities but also raises questions about the reliability and validity of findings.
Apart from being a postmodernist writer and a passionate influencer of twenty first century she has completed her graduation in English Honours, had her major in English Literature and also has a degree of M.Phil. in English literature. Presently, she is pursuing her PhD degree. Growing up with professor parents she is a blend of both simplicity and modernity. She represents the young voice and loves to participate and engage in the discussions to address the real-world challenges. She loves to delve deep into her characters or subjects where she wants to make her readers aware of the beauty in mundane world. Playing with words to her is just a medium of raw expression which is a gentle whisper in a cacophony of noise, inviting the readers to pause, breathe and delve into the depths of their own being. Her main aim is to explore and understand various aspects of human culture, society, history, language and thought. As a student of humanities she wants not only to contribute to the academic discourse but also wants to serve the society through her findings and interpretations leading the generations with new insights, critical perspectives and broader appreciation. She wants to dedicate her research in service of mankind.
Miss Sinha’s small hostel room, crammed with books and post-it notes, became her sanctuary. She has spent countless hours poring over texts, from Derrida to Foucault, and analyzing online forums, social media, and contemporary art. As she delved deeper into her research, Miss Sinha encountered challenges. Postmodernism was notorious for its elusive and ever-evolving nature but her determination knew no bounds. She attended conferences, seminars, presented and published papers, engaged in heated debates, and developed a network of like-minded scholars. She has also participated in numerous national and international level contests, showcasing her talent and love for literature. She is a passionate Odissi and folk dancer, an amateur singer, a photophile, a creative artist, a motivator, a coach and counsellor to young and aspiring researchers and students, a philanthropist who has also been a professor for couple of years in Maharashtra. She always stands as a peace activist for the good cause of the society as she can very well empathize with the individuals and the crowd; she is also an efficient problem solver, an articulate with good management skills and leadership quality.