An examination of ecological issues in a select poems of Dr. KV Raghupathi


  • HM Devakumar, M.A., (litt)M.Ed.,


Technology advancement, environmental crisis, prosperity, ambition, exploitation, natural resources, ecological issues, Dr. KV Raghupathi, poetry, remedies, mitigation, Earth's ecology.


The rapid advancement of technology in recent years has undeniably transformed numerous facets of human life, drastically reducing the time required to accomplish tasks across various fields. This progress has ushered in unprecedented convenience and efficiency, revolutionizing industries and enhancing the quality of life for many. However, this remarkable advancement comes at a cost, as the environmental ramifications of such rapid development are becoming increasingly apparent.

The escalating environmental crisis, characterized by climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution, threatens the delicate balance of ecosystems worldwide. While the desire for prosperity and progress is a natural human inclination, it is crucial to recognize that unchecked ambition can lead to the exploitation of Earth's finite natural resources. The relentless pursuit of economic growth often prioritizes short-term gains over long-term sustainability, exacerbating environmental degradation and jeopardizing the well-being of future generations.

In this context, the works of Dr. KV Raghupathi offer a poignant reflection on the intricate relationship between humans and nature, highlighting the pressing ecological issues of our time. Through an analysis of select poems, this research seeks to uncover hidden remedies and insights that can help mitigate the damage already inflicted on Earth's ecology. By exploring the profound themes of stewardship, interconnectedness, and environmental consciousness present in Dr. Raghupathi's poetry, this study aims to inspire meaningful action and promote a more sustainable relationship with the natural world.





How to Cite

HM Devakumar, M.A., (litt)M.Ed.,. (2024). An examination of ecological issues in a select poems of Dr. KV Raghupathi. Onomázein, (60 (2023): June), 38–450. Retrieved from