Ch J Satyananda Kumar

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

Ch J Satyananda Kumar Poems

41. Our Gandhi 5/25/2010
42. Sing On, Spinning Wheel 5/26/2010
43. A Lie 5/27/2010
44. Out Of Tune With The Nature (Haiku) 5/28/2010
45. Rape Of Nature 6/15/2010
46. Distant Shores 6/16/2010
47. Nail Sized Flicker Of Lamp 12/7/2010
48. Christmas Star 12/17/2010
49. Come, Let Us Converse... 2/20/2011
50. Lukewarm Heart Beat... 2/21/2011
51. Don'T Make A Futile Attempt... 3/6/2011
52. Hand Shake 3/17/2011
53. Nanos 3/19/2011
54. Her Intents 3/28/2011
55. Efflorescing Tree 2/2/2012
56. Immortality 4/18/2012
57. Story Of Flute 11/1/2012
58. ముసలి చెట్టు Old Tree 7/2/2014
59. Vemana's Wisdom(6) 1/12/2010
60. I Shall Write A Verse For You 12/19/2009
61. Last Night, In Rain 9/17/2009
62. Yamuna Dunes..... 10/22/2009
63. Wisdom Of Sumathi 12/1/2009
64. She 5/1/2010
65. Enough 5/4/2010
66. Dance At Night 11/2/2012
67. Immersion In Alphabet 5/7/2010
68. Telugu Haiku 4/18/2010
69. Grow Silently In Life 10/21/2009
70. Mourning A Leader 10/6/2009
71. Awaiting 1/29/2010
72. Jasmine Garland To The Mother Of Telugus 11/1/2009
73. More Of Vemana's Wisdom 12/7/2009
74. Vemana's Wisdom 12/1/2009
75. Row Of Ants 12/7/2009
76. Sing On Oh Indian 10/26/2009
Best Poem of Ch J Satyananda Kumar

Sing On Oh Indian

(The famous song ‘paadavoyi bharateeyuda’ from the Telugu movie ‘Velugu Needalu’ was written by Sri Sri and was rendered by Ghantasala and P. Suseela)

Telugu original:

Paadavoye Bhaarathiyudaa
Aadi paadavoye vijaya geethika
Nede swatantrya dinam veerula tyaga phalam
Nede navodayam Nede Aanandam ‘’ Pada’’
Swatantryam vachhenani sabhale chesi sambarapadagaane saripodoye
Saadhinchinadaaniki samtrupthini pondi ade vijayamanukunte porapaatoye
Aagakoye Bhaarathiyudaa kadali saagavoye pragathi daarulaa ‘’ Aaga”
Aakaasam andukune dharalokavaipu adupuleni ...

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Definition

If a poem is a child born of labour pains
A translation is its caesarean test tube twin
If a novel is a marathon run
A short story is a hundred meters dash

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