Jayashree Hari Joshi is an essayist , author, poet, and a translator who is proficient in Marathi, German, English, Hindi, Sanskrit. She is currently translating for and coordinating an extensive regional theatre translation project for the Goethe Institutes of South Asia, looking at 26 contemporary plays, being translated into 6 South Asian languages.
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