By Anand Neelakantan
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The devotional poems of Annamaya (15th century) are might be the main obtainable and common success of classical Telugu literature, one of many significant literatures of pre-modern India. Annamaya successfully created and popularized a brand new style, the quick padam music, which unfold through the Telugu and Tamil areas and may develop into a major car for the composition of Carnatic tune - the classical tune of South India.
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Karna: A low caste Suta and son of a charioteer, he is willing to travel to the Deep South to become a warrior par excellence. Generous, charitable, and exceptionally gifted, he is Suyodhana’s answer to Arjuna’s challenge. He is spurned for his low birth and insulted by Draupadi, but Suyodhana staunchly stands by him. Parashurama: Drona, Kripa, and Karna’s Guru, friend-turned-foe of the Grand Regent, and the supreme spiritual leader of the Southern Confederate. A fanatical Brahmin and the greatest living warrior of the times, he curses Karna for duping him about his caste.
Suyodhana watched his uncle go, sadness and confusion clamouring in his mind and heart. The sun had set and darkness had spread its mantle over Hastinapura. The boy stood there, his body trembling with emotion. As he turned to go back to his father’s room, he yearned to grow up quickly so he could find answers to the questions that troubled his mind and which all the elders evaded. Then he remembered the pain in his uncle’s eyes. Perhaps being grown up was not such a good thing after all. *** Suyodhana felt a desperate need to talk to his Uncle Shakuni about Bhima.
This work does not represent the views of the Publisher nor endorses them in any way. The Publisher makes no representations or warranties as to the completeness or accuracy of the information used. To my Aparna, and our Ananya & Abhinav ABOUT THE AUTHOR I WAS BORN IN A QUAINT little village called Thripoonithura, on the outskirts of Cochin, Kerala. Located east of mainland Ernakulam, across Vembanad Lake, this village had the distinction of being the seat of the Cochin royal family. However, it was more famous for its 100-odd temples, the various classical artists it produced, and its school of music.