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Issue 95
5107 Kali Era , paardhiva Year, Kartika month
1927 Salivahana Era,
paardhiva Year,Kartika month
2063 Vikramarka Era,paardhiva
Year, Kartika month
2005 AD, December

Venkataramayya Janamanchi (1872-1933)
Krishnacharyulu Kasi
Suryarao Krottapalli (1873-1938)
Chalapatirao Nandiraju (1873-1960)
Narayanamurty Yanamandra (1874-1926)
Bhagavad Gita and Management


Venkataramayya Janamanchi (1872-1933)

Venkataramayya was a Sanskrit pundit and a teacher at Rajamundry Municipal School. His works include navakusumaanjali and daaritoadu.



Krishnacharyulu Kasi
Krishnacharyulu was an expert in ashtavadhanamu. He was not only a pundit in logic, and grammar, but also an expert potter, blacksmith, carpenter etc. He used to play flute and drums. He worked as a schoolteacher and practiced medicine also. He was a poet in Sanskrit and prepared textbooks for Sanskrit learning. In 1961 he became the Andhra Pradesh State Poet and was awarded "kalaprapoorna" title by the State in 1964.



Suryarao Krottapalli (1873-1938)
Suryarao Krottapalli was born in 1873. His native place was Chandurti village near Pithapuram. He worked as an assistant editor for daily "saraswati". Later he joined Andhra Sahitya Parishattu (Andhra Literature Assembly), where he worked for the rest of his life. He wrote about 21 books of which 18 were published. His works include kapilagoavu, aanandakamdamu, several short dramas and essays. Suryarao was proficient in Andhra, Sanskrit, English, Kannada, Tamil, Marathi, Hindi and Urdu languages.


Chalapatirao Nandiraju (1873-1960)
Chalapatirao Nandiraju was born in 1873 in Atmakuru village. His natural parents were Mahalakshmamma and Ramayya Aluri and his adopted parents were Subbamma and Subbarayudu Nandiraju. He was educated in Eluru, Gunturu, and Channai. He dropped of FA in Chennai and started a printing press called "Manjuvani Mudrasala" and published a monthly journal entitled Manjuvani. He published about 100 books.


Narayanamurty Yanamandra (1874-1926)
Narayanamurty Yanamandra was born in Kakinada. His parents were Paradesi and Sarvalakshmamma. He completed his education in Kakinada. He was a pundit in Andhra, English and Sanskrit languages. His works include adavimallelu, rupaali, eeswarapooja, naa tennisu joadu, and kumbharaana.

Source: naa vaajnmaya mitrulu," Kameswarrarao Tekumalla


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