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12 comments for “Home

  1. R Vasundhara Devi
    09/05/2014 at 11:55 AM

    Jampala Chowdari garu informed me that Sri Ramanamurthy checked the archives and came up with the finding. It is CSRao’s story, later renamed kamalamma kamatham and made into a movie. Thanks everybody!

  2. 08/16/2014 at 8:23 AM

    i don’t know. Let’s see if somebody else knows.

  3. R Vasundhara Devi
    08/15/2014 at 10:05 PM

    R.Vasundhara Devi

    Who is the author of the Telugu story BANGARAMMA KAMATHAM?

  4. Malavika Kamaraju
    06/29/2014 at 9:00 AM

    Dear Malathi,

    How can I get in touch with you? This is regarding Dr P. Sridevi and her works.

    I have a deep interest in this matter and I would be very gratful if you could provide me your email id.

    I apprciate your cooperation, please.

  5. M.Anand
    03/06/2014 at 2:56 AM

    తూలిక పత్రిక సంపాదకులకు నమస్కారం. నా పేరు ఆనంద్ నేను హైదరాబాద్ కేంద్రీయ విశ్వవిద్యాలయంలో M.phil చేస్తున్నాను. నా పరిశోధన అంశం.అంతర్జాల పత్రికలను గూర్చి. కావున మీ పత్రిక గురించి కొంత సమాచారం కావాలి. కాబట్టి. ఈ మెయిల్ అడ్రస్ కు మీ పత్రిక గురించి ప్రాథమిక సమాచారం పంపిస్తారని ఆశిస్తున్నాను.

  6. 01/18/2014 at 7:21 AM

    R. Vasundhara Devi garu, thanks so much for your valuable input. I appreciate it. I also would like you to know that thulika.net has a page on Facebook, hosting lively discussions are happening. If you have a Facebook account or plan to open one, you can join the group, thulika.net, and participate in the discussions.
    Malathi

  7. R Vasundhara Devi
    01/14/2014 at 1:28 PM

    ‘ద్రష్ట – చూచేవాడు. శ్రోత వినేవాడు. అందుకనే రసము సామాజికనిష్టము అన్నాడు. నటనిష్టము కాదు. ఏదైతే కవిత్వాన్నుంచొ నాట్యం నుంచో వచ్చే ఆనందంవుందే, రసం – అది సామాజికనిష్టము. నటనిష్టము కాదు. …నటనిష్టము కూడా కొంత అవుతుంది. కాని ప్రధానంగా సామాజికనిష్టము.’ Excerpt from: http://eemaata.com, Sep2012 విశ్వనాథగారితో వేదాంత చర్చ.
    Viswanadhagaru explained this Rasa theory(Anandavardhana’s Dhvani theory) using the characters from Sakuntala and Dushyantha play.
    I think suggestive power of the story is very crucial to any understanding/commentary.The writer may not be aware of the impact on the reader. Ultimately the meaning a discerning reader gets is valid for him/her. A writing has as many interpretations as there are readers.
    In this story, RaaRaa is saying: Peddamma is trapped in a ‘gesture’ life, cut off from real emotional connections. He is an astute critical thinker and must be aware that this is the situation/tragedy of a woman in patriarchal society. Our lives are not really ours, are mostly shaped by the ruling social organization, ప్రధానంగా సామాజికనిష్టము. I think that is the point of the story. Being a woman, the narrator’s wife glimpses it. The narrator does not. The ending is the heart of the story. The author must have structured it knowingly. Otherwise the ending is superfluous. I have not seen RaaRaa’s essay on structure.
    I am glad you are trying to create some serious conversation in our apathetic literary climate.
    R.Vasundhara Devi

  8. manavalli ramakrishna
    11/13/2013 at 9:44 PM

    madam i am manavalli ramakrishna kavi garu grand son

  9. 10/09/2013 at 7:40 AM

    PVV Suryanarayana, Thanks for your interest in Thulika.net.
    Original English articles are welcome. I have not yet thought about original stories in English, but I might consider provided they fall within the purview of policies of this site. In either case, please note that the core aim of this site is to introduce Telugu culture and traditional values to non-Telugu speaking audience, particularly foreign audience. In that sense, articles and stories depicting Telugu culture and traditions in detail will be accepted for consideration.
    Editor.

  10. PVV Satyanarayana
    10/07/2013 at 10:46 AM

    How to make the submissions to the site pl? Do you publish the original English stories and articles too?

  11. 09/30/2013 at 8:15 AM

    DrSDSasi Kiran, Your request has been forwarded to Vasundara Devi garu, with your contact info.

  12. DrSDSasi Kiran
    09/26/2013 at 12:48 AM

    Could thulika net provide me the contact address of RS Sudarsanam or R Vasundhara Devi – either mail id or phone no to contact on his story in telugu?