Books from Author: Vanga Rajendra Prasadsubscribe

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your speech is super sir thank you

I want these books pls how can i get them?

Could not get this print copy from Visalandra Vizag

These books are available to buy from amazon site

God evening Sir
My name is srinivas, I have been searching of moneypurse1 and moneypurse 2 books for buying.would you please say to availble adress of that books. If have any possibility in buying in online method.
Name. G srinivas
Thank u sir

good morning sir,i want buy your books were available in karim nagar town ,please send address and contact number (my contact no; 974 66442647(qatar) you......MOHAMMAD RAFI

I have been searching for your books "money purse" for a longtime in hyderabad.i did not get them.can you tell me where should i go to get them?


print books can be purchesed from kinige now

Kindly provide information to get this hard copy book


Since your books titled "MONEY PURSE" and "MONEY PURSE 2" are NOT available in print from, could you guide me from where I can purchase them.
GNV Rao. ( ).

Where do we get this book apart from Visalandra in Vizag. Very curious to read this book,

Dear Rajendra garu,
Do you have a hard copy of this book? If so, from where I can buy that?


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Whatever I posted in the review of his other book is equally applicable to this book. His forte is KANDAM. I thought the best way to praise his book is to attempt a poem about his verses. Since I am no poet, my effort pales before his beautiful KANDAMS. However, here is my two cents.

It's short and sweet
A soul with brevity and wit
And a noble thought
Set to a meter taught

Words flow like a running brook
Take you to a lofty peak
Or tell a tale tongue-in –cheek
With a twist that's comic

A verse not easy to compose
Lyrical yet not verbose
Demands apt words to choose
A braid, not a strand loose

Penning this verse is an art
Given only to a few
Who tasted the manna dew
Rest only falter to craft

The way the NRIs keep in touch with their roots and their culture is amazing. First, they celebrate all festivals with a rare zeal and follow the prescribed procedures meticulously. It's no hyperbole to say the NRIs are more zealous than the Indians in this regard. Using technical wizardry and Apps on their smartphones, they exchange poems, information about literature and social activities. They organize periodic meetings and on special festivals when they get together, they share a sumptuous meal, take part in sports and games and establish an enduring camaraderie. During these functions, the men and women display excellent talent in singing, dancing, and instrumental music. In a few meetings exclusively for literary activities, the participants show their knowledge of poetry and lyrics and enlighten the audience.
This book is a byproduct of these periodic meetings. Kalyan, a true poet, produced a poem a week on a wide range of subjects. He also took the challenge posed by other members and compos