Ch J Satyananda Kumar

Rookie (25-04-1955 / Amadalavalasa, Srikakulam, AP, India, now living at Visakhapatnam)

Ch J Satyananda Kumar Poems

1. Thanks 9/22/2009
2. Sea Change 9/23/2009
3. Go Away, Go Away 9/25/2009
4. Sweet Sugar Lolly Doll 9/27/2009
5. Bapu, Don'T Come Back 10/2/2009
6. As A Man, Afresh 10/4/2009
7. Imapired Justice 10/5/2009
8. Will You Give Me A Boon Of Sweet Smiles? 9/14/2009
9. Definition 9/14/2009
10. Death Is...... 9/16/2009
11. What Is The Caste Of Breeze? 10/17/2009
12. In The Back Ground 12/1/2009
13. Wisdom Of Sumathi(2) 12/4/2009
14. New Song 12/7/2009
15. Beyond Duality 12/8/2009
16. Telugu Warrior, Arise! 12/15/2009
17. From Viswambhara 12/15/2009
18. Pedant 12/18/2009
19. Vemana's Wisdom(7) 1/13/2010
20. Sage 1/13/2010
21. Alas! God 1/23/2010
22. Creation 1/23/2010
23. Dream Forgotten Eyes 1/23/2010
24. Flag 1/25/2010
25. Sparks-Dews 1/29/2010
26. Introspection Of An Insignificant 1/29/2010
27. My Master Is A Carpenter 1/31/2010
28. Visionary 2/1/2010
29. Being Lost 2/17/2010
30. Blind Beliefs Are For Beasts Alone 3/20/2010
31. Wisdom Of Sumathi (6) 3/24/2010
32. More Wisdom Of Sumathi 3/25/2010
33. Conversation 4/12/2010
34. Mother's Eyes 4/16/2010
35. Fish 4/17/2010
36. Forlorn Childhood 12/29/2009
37. Politico 1/4/2010
38. Vemana's Wisdom (5) 1/12/2010
39. Immersion In Alphabet 5/7/2010
40. My Little Friend Is Missing 5/20/2010
Best Poem of Ch J Satyananda Kumar

Jasmine Garland To The Mother Of Telugus

This patriotic song was written by Sankarambadi Sundarachari in 1942 and it was rendered and popularized by Tanguturi Surya Kumari. Her uncle and the first Chief Minister of AP Tanguturi Prakasam Pantulu garu gave it recognition as state anthem of Andhra Pradesh.
(About 10 Crore Telugu speaking Indians are living in Andhra Pradesh their home state in India which was formed on 1st November,1956. Today is the formation day of Andhra Pradesh)




Maa telugu talliki malle poodanda
Maa kanna talliki mangalaaratulu
KadupulO bangaaru kanuchoopulO karuNa
ChirunavvulO ...

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Death Is......

Death is the placid resort
Where one can coolly relax
Away from the tumultuous toil of
Life’s routine rigmarole

Death is the comforting refuge
Where one can take asylum from the
inevitable assault of adversities of life
enjoying an eternal blissful solace

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