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Essay

వ్యాసం

Last Update: 2014-09-07
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essay on village

గ్రామం వ్యాసం

Last Update: 2014-09-07
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essay on mother amma

తల్లి అమ్మ మీద వ్యాసం

Last Update: 2014-09-08
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sarojini naidu essay

సరోజినీ నాయుడు వ్యాసం

Last Update: 2014-09-07
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essay writing sample

Sant Dnyaneshwar was a 13th century Maharashtrian Hindu saint, poet, philosopher and yogi of the Nath tradition whose works Bhavartha Deepika (a commentary on Bhagavad Gita, popularly known as 'Dnyaneshwari'), and Amrutanubhav are considered to be milestones in Marathi literature.essay writing sample

Last Update: 2014-09-06
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world peace fighters

ప్రపంచ శాంతి యోధులు

Last Update: 2014-09-05
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a essay on bhima

భీమ ఒక వ్యాసం

Last Update: 2014-09-05
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essay about pigeon

పావురం గురించి వ్యాసం

Last Update: 2014-09-05
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essay on mahatma gandhi

, మహాత్మా గాంధీ వ్యాసం

Last Update: 2014-09-08
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essay writing on geyser

Geyserlanevi bhoomilopala unna vedi neetini baitak chimme neeti ootalu

Last Update: 2014-09-07
Subject: Science
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discipline essay in telugu

telugu లో క్రమశిక్షణ వ్యాసం

Last Update: 2014-09-07
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aksharasyatha essay writing sample

aksharasyatha వ్యాస రచనా నమూనా

Last Update: 2014-09-06
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short essay on kalpana chawla

short essay on kalpana chawla

Last Update: 2014-09-07
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telugu essay about village life

గ్రామం జీవితం గురించి telugu వ్యాసం

Last Update: 2014-09-07
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lotus temple essay 10 lines

లోటస్ టెంపుల్ వ్యాసం 10 పంక్తులు

Last Update: 2014-09-04
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Burrakathais a Telugu art and it’s known by different names in various regions. It is called jangam katha in the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and tamboorakatha or saradakatha in Telengana. It is called tandana katha or suddulu in Rayalaseema. Most of the stories are in the form of a tribute to freedom fighters from Andhra Pradesh. The word 'burra' means 'tambura', which is a stringed instrument that looks like a veena, while 'katha' is the actual story that the artist narrates. Burra is shaped like a skull and made out of baked clay, dried pumpkin, or copper. This art of story-telling began in the form of songs of tribal people. So much so that it is regularly relayed on various forms of mass media in the state. Burra Katha is a 20th century name for the theatre show Jangam Katha, jangams being wandering minstrels who worshipped Lord Shiva. Two performers participated in these plays: the main protagonist and his consort. In time, the performance has moved away from traditional and has become more secular, with three performers as of now; gender being no restriction. With societal and cultural changes, the secular aspect was incorporated into this form. Burrakatha has been a past time and recreation tool for villagers since a long time now. It is also performed during various festivals like the Dussehra or Sankranti, where stories from the great epics Ramayan and Mahabharat are narrated. As part of Burrakatha, some of the best traditional stories related to kings, including Kambojaraju Katha, Chinnamma Katha, Muggurumoratila Katha, are also rendered and gather a lot of keen audience. Notably, the art form was also used during the Indian Independence Movement to generate a lot of awakening and spread relevant messages amid the people. It was once even banned by the British government due to its inflammatory nature. Among popular artists of this genre are Pendyala Venkateswarrao, Govardhana, Mahankali Lakshmi et al Origin of Burrakatha According to Jangam folklore (kulapuraanam), one day the forefathers of the Jangam tribe made a trip to the forest to hunt for rats. In their pursuit of digging, God Parameswara (Lord Shiva) and his wife goddess Parvati saw them. The latter felt bad for their low living standards. She requested the lord to provide them with a better life. When the lord argued that they did not deserve a better life, goddess Parvati insisted. The Lord suggested that he would decide their fate post a test. He became an old man and goddess Parvati, a young and beautiful woman. When they accosted the tribesmen in the forest and suggested a better way of living, the latter made fun of the lord and attempted to rape the young woman. In anger, Goddess Parvati cursed them to a life of begging and nomadic living. Since then, these people are known as jangam (nomadic) tribes.

బుర్రకథ

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