For a few years, I have not added new stories. Finally, I decided I need to do something about it. This is my invitation to you to submit translations of Telugu stories that depict our customs, traditions, cultural values, and any other angles that are peculiar to Telugu culture. For your convenience, I put together…… Continue reading Inviting submissions
Past as Present by Mallipuram Jagadeesh
Translated by V.B. Sowmya (Author’s note: Destruction takes the same path anywhere, anytime. Every political decision in any country in the world first affects its indigenous peoples. All the development or change that happened in the world involves sacrifice from many indigenous communities. This is what I want to convey through this story. Translator’s note:…… Continue reading Past as Present by Mallipuram Jagadeesh
About Nidadavolu Malathi
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Who Opposed Women’s Education? Why?
Article by Nidadavolu Malathi on Saranga Magazine. Click here Your comments either under this post or on Saranga Magazine are appreciated. Nidadavolu Malathi
Status of Women in India, Then and Now in PDF format.
Now Status of Women in India, Then and Now with footnotes in PDF format as one file is available on archive.org. Link: Click here
The Status of Women in India, Then and Now. Part 2.
The Status Of Women In India, Then And Now. Part 2 DURING THE MIDDLE AGES In course of time, the changes that had occurred in politics affected society. The path laid by ancient scholars was deteriorating gradually. The paths laid by India, which earned its reputation as a global peace-maker, were filled with darkness. The…… Continue reading The Status of Women in India, Then and Now. Part 2.
The Status of Women in India, Then and Now. Part 1
THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN INDIA – THEN AND NOW. Part 1 By Illindila Saraswati Devi. Every individual commands respect in the society as long as he/she lives in that society. The respect, however, depends on his/her place in the society and the role he/she plays. Nature has created man and woman. They have been…… Continue reading The Status of Women in India, Then and Now. Part 1
Dear Almighty! A Letter to God (sketch)
By Nidadavolu Malathi Highly regarded, most revered, Almighty and Omniscient Devudu garu, I, one of the tiny specks from your vast universe of zillions of creatures, am presenting this letter with utmost respect and humility for your kindest consideration, and may I add, appropriate action. It is my pious hope that you would take a…… Continue reading Dear Almighty! A Letter to God (sketch)
Kalipatnam Rama Rao. The Yearning
By Kalipatnam Rama Rao That was the month the Sun enters the house of Sagittarius. It was early morning of the day before Bhogi. Nevertheless no house in the village received a coating of whitewash, except those of the rich. Between the village and Malapeta the green fields used to look to be in full bloom.…… Continue reading Kalipatnam Rama Rao. The Yearning
Heavenly Bliss by Poranki Dakshina Murthy
Suddenly, from out of nowhere, people started pouring into our town; not just a few small crowds, but a multitude of them. Our shelter was flooded with folks day in and day out. And there were who had no room anywhere. They started cooking on somebody’s front porch. A few others set up tents…… Continue reading Heavenly Bliss by Poranki Dakshina Murthy