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Amaravati Kathalu (Telugu) Paperback – 2008

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The stories are about the people of the village of Amaravati and were first published in the Andhra Jyothi newspaper. Later on, the stories were published by Navodaya Publishers in the form of a book, which bears art of renowned artist Bapu. The book was reprinted several times.The series ran for two years. They follow a typical Chekhovian style.The stories are heartwarming and are about people (especially from andhra)encounter in their everyday lives.

There are 101 stories in this collection, each one having a simple picture drawn by Bapu. The foreword is by Mullapudi Venkata Ramana. These stories are work of imagination and fiction, and they are inspired by incidents and folk stories related to Amaravathi.The stories, along with the pictures drawn by Bapu are considered as one of the best Telugu short story collection of 20th century. This book also won the Andhra Sahitya Academy award in 1979. The stories were dictated by Sankaramanchi to popular All India Radio news reader Prayaga Ramakrishna who wrote down the stories.

Syam Benagal made a TV serial based on these stories with the name "Amaravati ki kathayein".

  • Author: Satyam Sankaramanchi
  • Publisher: Navodaya Publishers (1 January 2008)
  • Language: Telugu
  • Paperback: 399 pages

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S
Soundhrya
Wonderful Book about Amaravathi......

Mana chuttu vunde manshulu lane pravarthinche pathralatho prathi kathani rakthi kattincharu satyam gaaru

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Umaesh Chandra
Must Read

Great Book and i recommend, people who likes small stories. While reading the book you can feel a 50 years back Amaravati's ambience. The stories having vivid humor, sentiment and motivational ..must read book.

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Narmada
Moral and Ethical Book

A timeless classic. Every story has characters that you can never forget.
They are simple, beautiful and about the people of Amaravati region.

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Gunashekar
Outstanding Book about Old Days

After reading this book, I couldn't stop my self to rush to my grand mother's village and relive my childhood days. "Great things are always free" told by Trivikram Srinivas in a public function related to a movie release, has also mentioned about this Book. I thank him for promoting this wonderful book.

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Ramya
Nice Book

Every Telugu Language lover should read this book, once in a lifetime you will get an opportunity to read these kind of books. Simple n small stories which has the essence of the old Telugu villages


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