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Books written by Kadiyala Rammohan Roy and Viswanadha Achyuta Deva Rayalu released

Noted computer scientist and AVK Foundation founder Appajosyula Satyanarayana being felicitated by Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology secretary V. Badari Prasad in Guntur on Saturday.— Photo: T. Vijaya Kumar
Noted computer scientist and AVK Foundation founder Appajosyula Satyanarayana being felicitated by Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology secretary V. Badari Prasad in Guntur on Saturday.— Photo: T. Vijaya Kumar

The richness of Telugu literature and the need to protect it were stressed by speakers at a function held at Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology (VVIT), Nambur on Saturday.

It was jointly organised by ‘Samskruthi’ and VVIT for releasing the books ‘Mana Telugu Navalalu- Nooru Navalala Visleshana’ and ‘Ma Nayana Garu’ written by Kadiyala Rammohan Roy and renowned poet ‘Kavisamrat’ Viswanadha Satyanarayana’s son Viswanadha Achyuta Deva Rayalu respectively and published by AVK Foundation.

On the occasion, AVK Foundation founder Appajosyula Satyanarayana praised the efforts being made by Kadiyala Rammohan Roy and Viswanadha Achyuta Deva Rayalu for making their best efforts for protecting Telugu literature and traditions through their valuable works.

Kadiyala Rammohan Roy’s book is a critical analysis of over 100 prominent novels published from 1872 till date and ‘Ma Nayana Garu’ is a narration of the illustrious life of ‘Kavisamrat’ Viswanadha Satyanarayana by his son.  Noted writers Bethavolu Ramabrahmam, Indraganti Srikanth Sarma, and Dhanekula Venkateswara Rao, Arasam national secretary Penugonda Lakshminarayana, Samskruthi president S. Balachander, VVIT chairman Vasireddy Vidyasagar and others participated in the programmes.

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