Krishna Srinivas

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Krishna Srinivas
Born(1913-07-26)July 26, 1913
Tamil Nadu, India
DiedDecember 14, 2007(2007-12-14) (aged 94)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Krishna Srinivas (1913–2007) was an Indian writer of English literature, known for his spiritualistic poems. He was the president of the World Poetry Society Intercontinental (WPSI). The Government of India awarded him the Padma Bhushan, the third highest civilian award, in 2004.


Krishna Srinivas, born on July 26, 1913[1] at Srirangam in the Tiruchirappalli district of the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, did his college education at University of Madras from where he graduated in 1932 before starting his career as a clerk at the All India Radio in Delhi; he would later become a feature writer at AIR.[2] However, he returned to Chennai to work as a freelance journalist till he founded a journal, POET, in 1960. Later, he was also involved in the formation of the World Poetry Society Intercontinental ad served as an editorial consultant to the International Who's Who In Poetry And Poets' Encyclopaedia, published by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge.[2]

The Government of India awarded him the third highest civilian honor of the Padma Bhushan in 2004.[3] He died on December 14, 2007, at the age of 94.[1]


  • Krishna Srinivas (1970). Dance of dust. Industries Press. OCLC 564152.
  • Krishna Srinivas (1972). Vedas in lyrics. Poet Press India. OCLC 8502127.
  • Krishna Srinivas (1976). Great American world poets. Poet Press India. OCLC 3445316.
  • Cēturāman̲, Vā. Mu; Krishna Srinivas (1981). Tamil poets today. Kaviarasan Publications : Sole selling agents, Tamilmani Puthaka Pannai. OCLC 12106199.
  • Krishna Srinivas (1982). World poetry. World Poetry. OCLC 234005103.


  1. ^ a b "Krishna Srinivas: Quest for Reality by Ram Krishna Singh". 26 November 2018. Retrieved 26 November 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Krishna Srinivas dead". The Hindu. 16 December 2007. Retrieved 26 November 2018.
  3. ^ "Padma Awards". Padma Awards. Government of India. 17 May 2018. Retrieved 17 May 2018.

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