Articles by: Anil Pundlik Gokhale

‘No More War, Never Again’: Pandemic Of Nazi Hatred-Story Of Artists

‘No More War, Never Again’: Pandemic Of Nazi Hatred-Story Of Artists

It is to pay tribute to the Artists and Painters who Lived through the Painful Horrendous span of Human History and raised their Heads above to protest and stop the rollout to Wars, Hatred and Holocaust. The occasion is Centenary Year of Modern Art being declared as ‘Degenerate Art’ by NAZIS. It is the first half of 20th century, from[Read More…]

June 26, 2020 Arts/Literature
Confronting Paradigms- Karl Marx And Sigmund Freud

Confronting Paradigms- Karl Marx And Sigmund Freud

HISTORICAL PARADOX Freudo- Marxism, historically has been identified as a tradition dedicated to or rigorously attempting to synthesize the works of Karl Marx and the Psychoanalytic theories of Sigmund Freud.  The first attempts of synthesis were made during 1930 to 1945 in the wake of rise and fall of Nazi flush in History. It was also a process of retreat[Read More…]

December 28, 2019 Life/Philosophy
Shahir Amar Shaikh and his Contributions to Working Class Culture and literature

Shahir Amar Shaikh and his Contributions to Working Class Culture and literature

WHY AMAR SHAIKH? In today’s hubbub, the collective voice of descent of working masses appears to have melted away and ‘organizational strength’ of toiling and working masses is in retreat. Under such a chaotic situation, we are inevitably reminded of an eloquent popular voice, a poet and troubadour of the working class in India! — the Historic, mountainous and unique[Read More…]

May 20, 2019 Life/Philosophy
Unconscious – ‘Dostoevsky’s And Freudian’

Unconscious – ‘Dostoevsky’s And Freudian’

Critique of Waldo Frank- TOPICS: Freud, psychoanalysis, modernism. By Waldo Frank, ISSUE: Autumn 1934 Volume 10 # 4,PUBLISHED: March 31, 2010 It was 1928, Freud’s Essay, ‘Dostoevsky and Patricide’ appeared in 1928 as Case Study or Case History, which opened up floodgates of controversies and debates. Freud’s cautious and slightly hesitant identification of Dostoevsky’s mental illness, in all probabilities as[Read More…]

January 24, 2019 Arts/Literature
Review, Summery and Evaluation of- Music beyond Boundaries- Hindi Film Songs by Ashok Da Ranade

Review, Summery and Evaluation of- Music beyond Boundaries- Hindi Film Songs by Ashok Da Ranade

It is mandatory to introduce India’s most versatile Musicologist and who has authored one of the finest musicological Research venture for the benefit of  the International and Indian Music Lovers of Hindi Music Songs. Here is an attempt to grasp the Origins and historical dynamics and transformations of Hindi Film Music into a great Modern Cultural phenomena. The idea germinated[Read More…]

July 28, 2018 Arts/Literature
“Why My  Kings Head Bowed Down”

“Why My  Kings Head Bowed Down”

Psychoanalytic Interpretation- By Anil Gokhale Unusual Postures of King Shivaji First Prize winning TABLEU of Maharashtra displayed during India’s Republic Day Parade 26th January 2018, secured prominence by winning the first prize. However landed into controversy on significant issues of  Arts, Sculpture and Culture. Matter of the highlight was unusual postures of King Shivaji’s horse riding Sculpture or Statue. The[Read More…]

March 3, 2018 Life/Philosophy
Donkey, Akhilesh, Ramayana And Authoritarian Heritage

Donkey, Akhilesh, Ramayana And Authoritarian Heritage

  Woke up with Anxiety Dreams, ‘acute pain in my bones’ transformed into Chilling     Mirror Images, of Frightening Triple Headed Monstrous Donkey, ‘Sickening cry with ears like errant wings’. Shoulders fused in to single stomach, Posterior legs kicking in Hatred and loyalty display. I cried out at my painful Metamorphosis Into strange animal, Spewing Saffron Poison. But my broken back[Read More…]

December 15, 2017 India
Acres of Skin—Human experiments At Holmesburg Prison

Acres of Skin—Human experiments At Holmesburg Prison

Acres of Skin—Human experiments at Holmesburg Prison, A widely reviewed Book and a true story of abuse and exploitation in the name of medical science, is written by Allen M. Hornblum. It was published in 1998 by Rutledge New York and London. The title signifies the thousands of prison inmates (vulnerable trial subjects) whose skin was the playground for Dr.[Read More…]

July 9, 2016 Book Review