5 జూలై Amuktamalyada (Telugu: ఆముక్తమాల్యద) is an epic poem in Telugu, composed by Krishnadevaraya of the Vijayanagar Dynasty. This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program. Telugu Amukta Malyada – Sri Krishna Deva Raya – Read book online for free.

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Retrieved from ” https: Views Ammuktamalyada Edit View history. Telugu Collection for the British Library. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Printable version Jan 1, June 22, The Quarterly Journal of the Mythic Society. Krishnadevaraya was the king of the Vijayanagara Empire reigning between — See all free Kindle reading apps.

Some of Andal’s verses express love for Lord Vishnu, written with bold sensuality and startlingly savage longing, hunger and inquiry, that even today many of her most erotic poems are rarely rendered publicly. A History of South India: Get to Know Us. Historical Dictionary of the Tamils. Retrieved 18 June Andal is the only female among the 12 Vaishnava Tamil saints – the Alvars. Title page of Edition.

A Textbook of Medieval Indian History. The poet introduces the legends of Vishnuchitta,Yamunacharya,Khandikhya and Kesidwaja to establish the philosophy of Vishistadvaita and to teach the art of statecraft. This page was last edited on 19 Octoberat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Amuktamalyada Telugu Book By Srikrishnadevarayalu

The Financial Times Limited. Sistla has studied in depth the two commentaries available in the publications of Vavilla and Vedambesides looking at related inscriptions, historical documents, and articles.

In addition amuktmaalyada a comprehensive historical introduction and forward,Dr. It is said that Periyalvar recocognised the child as Bhudevi, the consort of Vishnu p. However due to being in storage for a longtime, it has signs of wear and tear.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required. Krishnadevaraya was himself an accomplished Sanskrit scholar and wrote Madalasa CharitaSatyavadu Parinaya and Rasamanjari and Jambavati Kalyana [4] [5]. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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Amuktamalyada ( ఆముక్తమాల్యద )

Amuktwmalyada your thoughts with other customers. Sistla, with a profound sense of modesty, says: Sistla is an Associate professor of art history at Andhra University,Vishakhapatnam. Be the first to review this item Amazon Bestsellers Rank: The work also speaks in some detail about Vishnuchitta Periazhvar and the arguments he put forth in support of Visishtadvaita and against other schools of philosophy.

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Giver of the Worn Garland: Retrieved 18 September Not only did he have eight court poets ashta diggajashe himself was a great poet, although doubts persist in certain quarters of the literary world about the authorship of the works attributed to him. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?


Sistla presents a near faithful version of Amuktamalyada as it is in its Telugu original.

Please Email the Editor. She was found as an infant, abandoned under a basil Tulasi – Ocimum tenuiflorum tree, by Vishnucitta or Periyalvar who himself was an Alvar poet.

Retrieved 28 April The word Amuktamalyada means ” She who offered a garland after wearing it”.

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Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Sistla has introduced many photographs and works of art along with the poem. Aptly, he sings in praise of the Teluug and His divine weapons and pays obeisance to the Azhvars, the poet-saints of Vaishnavism.

Sri Krishna Devaraya is believed to have written and dedicated the poem to Lord Venkateswara as ordained by God in his dream. Articles containing Telugu-language text Articles with attributed pull quotes.