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  • Gurajada's Song of Songs

    Gurajadas Song of Songs

    Pages: 125
    Language: Multiple Languages
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Gurajada Venkata Apparow, widely known as the father of Modern Telugu Language and Literature, had also distinguished himself as the author of the greatest of patriotic songs ever written in any of the modern languages in the world.

Apparow was an universal man, a man of all-encompassing outlook, deeply interested in the total welfare of humankind and the wider range of his patriotism knew no bounds of any kind-geographical, physical or mental. The excellent poem,
Desabhakti (Patriotism) of Apparow, considered as an international anthem, can easily be translated into any language and adopted by any country as its National Anthem, most inspiring and enlightening, for the greatest benefit of all mankind.

This Telugu poem, written in 1910, is presently translated into several languages. English translation done by Sri Sri, the renowned Telugu poet and a great admirer of Apparow, is readily available. We are grateful to all the translators of this poem.

So it is deemed important to take up publication of these translations in the form of a small booklet during the year of the 150th Birth Day celebrations of the great author Gurajada Venkata Apparow. Translations of the poem into some more languages are hoped to be made available in due course.

- Poranki Dakshinamurty and Vedagiri Rambabu

Preview download free pdf of this Multiple Languages book is available at Gurajadas Song of Songs