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Devulapalli Krishna Sastry was a voyager, carrying in his hold — love, torment and tonnes of grief. At every port, he has shown this luggage without shame and without any sense of embarrassment. His poetry is a robust self-defense. The arguments he presents on his behalf. In yet another shade of meaning, it is the dark fortnight of a month, which is a common and ubiquitous experience of every human being, anywhere in the world, as all the people on the earth see only one moon.

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Devulapalli Krishna Sastry was a voyager, carrying in his hold — love, torment and tonnes of grief. At every port, he has shown this luggage without shame and without any sense of embarrassment. His poetry is a robust self-defense. The arguments he presents on his behalf. In yet another shade of meaning, it is the dark fortnight of a month, which is a common and ubiquitous experience of every human being, anywhere in the world, as all the people on the earth see only one moon.

Giving this threefold to his small book of verse, towering scholar Tallavajhala Sivasankara Sastry in wrote a foreword for it. Krishna Sastry was a young man of 27 years, and these songs started to surface from onwards.

His poet friends then were Basavaraju Apparao, and Nandoori Subbarao, and this triumvirate hoisted the flag of Bhavakavitvam romantic poetry in Telugu.

All three were unpublished before Only Rayaprolu Subbarao had published some poetry then. The season till before the emergence of Mahaprasthanam poems from Visakhapatnam, was dominated by Bhavakavulu romantic poets. Into this came three divas from the trio of Basavaraju, Devulapalli and Nandoori.

The trio spent hours together irrespective of day or night in Madras, and in Kakinada, of course, both places being near to the sea coast. In the wild nocturnal hours the trio used to sing their poems, and of the world poets, in an inspirational frenzy. In a very intimate foreword Krishna Sastry says about his poet friend, that his song had a blood strain, and while singing full throat, he was a like a giant banyan tree, of which every leaf was joining the song.

Krishnasastri altogether wrote in this three thin volumes not more than hundred poems, and for this little oeuvre, his fame rested on the timeless Everest of modern poetry. His mighty influence on later day poets was immense, and in a self-acknowledgement, Sri Sri said it was a quite a strenuous effort for him to come out of the word splendour for Krishna Sastry.

He wrote drawing inspiration from William Blake and Sappho, the Greek poetess of the 7th century, who is known for her poems about love and women. The words are mostly untranslatable in their tone and tenor, and only the equivalent in English may perhaps convey the poetic wealth only in an inadequate manner. The function of romantics in poetry is to replace the royal life and daredevils from the literary realm and to write about the common folks like Wordsworth, who wrote eloquently about a shepherd boy Michael.

This was liked by and influenced Gurajada, father of the modern Telugu poetry, and he mentioned to this effect in one of his prose works. Likewise, the poetic trio Basavaraju, Devulapalli, and Nandoori are heavily inspired by the democratic vision of Gurajada Appparao. Krishna Sastry is known for many famous lines in poetry, however, his total work is very slender. Pastoral greens ask him to stay, and natural splendour renders him, a fearless, shameless aficionado of song majestic, and as a poet, he celebrates its freewill and indomitable character.

His songs of merry, melancholy and human majesty against the tyranny of time are memorably and originally packaged and preserved. He gathered every smithereens of grace that had thrown light on him, and every fragment of beauty that greeted him in his listless wander, running across wide swaths, and putting them all together he built her painstakingly!

The poet has a unquenchable fire, insatiable thirst. After the dark fortnight, and exile are over. Now Urvasi and Kartiki! Krishna Sastry has brought grace and mellifluous appeal to the cinema songs as a lyricist. His songs carry a distinct stamp, and the quality of lyric matching the contextual intensity be it mirth or philosophical muse, or lovers torment; Krishna Sastry like a pleasant giant gave the thoughts and ideals, a feather touch with lightweight words. He also wrote several essays on diverse aspects of literature.

He was a producer with All India Radio, Madras, and produced many quality works for this vibrant medium. Coming to Kakinada, after he suffered loss of voice in old age, Krishna Sastry delivered a written speech on August 11, , in which he cited four places as his favourite towns one is Pithapuram since he was born there; Kakinada, for making him what he is; Madras, the centre of learning, culture, wisdom and arts, and also Hyderabad, where he was staying around Krishna Sastry is a star among lyricists.

A robust prophet of romanticism and a gipsy who pitched his tent in the twilight zone of hope and misery. Man for him is a salty teardrop and at the same time, an enormous caustic ocean too.

When we think of Devulaplli Krishna Sastry, 12 decades have simply flown and this eternal wanderer must now be singing about his Urvasi in the galaxies. By: Rama Teertha The writer is a bi-lingual poet, translator, critic, and an orator. The Hans India. Show Full Article. Email Article Print Article. More On Devulapalli Krishna Sastry. Subscribed Failed Just In Most Read Videos. We use cookies for analytics, advertising and to improve our site.

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Devulapalli Venkata Krishnasastri 1 November — 24 February was a Telugu poet, playwright and translator. He was born in Ravuvari Chandrampalem and was brought up in Pitapuram in a family of court-poets. He grew interest in English literature while he was in his high school. Krishnasastri started writing poetry from a very young age. Krishnasastri's works changed significantly after he met Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore at Santiniketan in Krishnasastri joined All India Radio in and wrote a number of plays for it. Other translations of Tiruppavai are available - but they are all word for word.

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