Legislative Council Chairman A. Chakrapani with damodhar rao

Legislative Council Chairman A. Chakrapani with damodar rao,musham

Legislative Council Chairman A. Chakrapani with damodar rao,musham

Legislative Council Chairman A. Chakrapani with damodar rao,musham at Telugu University discussing about SriKrishnadevaraya Irrigation paper in

500 years Souvenir during that occassion

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BANKNOTES,COINS,STAMPS SALES

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Krishna Deva Raya,physical fitness of women army

Much information about Krishna Deva Raya is obtained from inscriptions and from the accounts of foreign travelers.The king was of medium height, had a cheerful disposition, and was reputed to be respectful to foreign visitors, ruthless in maintaining the law, and prone to fits of anger. He maintained himself to a high level of physical fitness through daily exercises. Travelogues indicate that the king was not only an able administrator, but also an excellent general, leading from the front in battle and even attending to the wounded.
Krishna Deva Raya,physical fitness of women army

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Unknown FACTS about Congress

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MushamWORLD of AncientScience,Stamps,AcientCoins,PostalHistory,AncientTelugu,

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Tuluva Sri Krishna Deva Raya

Tuluva Sri Krishna Deva Raya also known as Krishna Raya (1509-1529 CE), was the famed Emperor of the Vijayanagara Empire. Presiding over the empire at its zenith, he is regarded as an icon by many Indians, particularly by Tuluvas, Kannadigas and Telugus.Emperor Krishna Deva Raya earned the titles Kannada Rajya Rama Ramana, Mooru Rayara Ganda meaning King of three kings and Andhra Bhoja . He was one of the greatest statesmen which medieval South India had produced.Tirumala Tirupati Devastanam first build by srikrishna devaraya. He was a devoty of Lord venkateswara.

Much information about his reign comes from the accounts of Portuguese travelers Domingo Paes and Fernao Nuniz. Krishna Deva Raya benefited from the able prime minister Timmarusu, who was regarded by the king as a father figure and was responsible for his coronation. Krishna Deva Raya was the son of Nagala Devi and Tuluva Narasa Nayaka,an army commander under Saluva Narasimha Deva Raya, who later took control of the empire to prevent its disintegration. The king's coronation took place on the birthday of Lord Krishna, and his earliest inscription is from July 26, 1509 CE. He built a beautiful suburb near Vijayanagara called Nagalapura in memory of his mother.

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History od Telugu Cinema,Savitri,Akkineni,ANR,

Telugu films started with silent film in 1921 by Bhisma Pratighna,directed by Raghupati Venkaiah and his son R.S. Prakash. They established a long-lasting precedent of focusing exclusively on religious themes; Nandanar, Gajendra Moksham, and Matsyavatar, three of their most famous productions, centered on religious figures, parables, and morals,
 Telugu film with audible dialogue 1931, Bhakta Prahlad, was produced by H.M. Reddy. Popularly known as 'talkies', films with sound quickly grew in number and fanbase. In 1934, the industry saw its first major commercial success with Lavakusa. Directed by C. Pullaiah and starring Parupalli Subbarao and Sriranjani in lead roles, the film attracted unprecedented numbers of viewers to theaters and thrust the young film industry into mainstream culture.

By 1936, the mass appeal of film allowed directors to move away from religious and mythological themes. That year, under the direction of Krithiventi Nageswara Rao, Prema Vijayam, a film focusing on social issues, was released. Its success prompted the production of dozens of other immensely successful 'social films', notably 1939's Vandemataram and Malli Pelli. Touching on societal problems like the status of Untouchables and the practice of giving dowry, Telugu films increasingly focused on contemporary living: twenty-nine of the ninety-six films released between 1937 and 1947 had social themes.

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