Sathya Narayana

Gold Star - 7,421 Points (12-06-1958 / Nellore, Andhra Pradesh)

Hare Krishna: About My Latest Book - Poem by Sathya Narayana

HARE KRISHNA
2 years of writing, 2 more years of waiting, strenuous research, a lot of prayers, a lot more of penance, pain, joy, tears and divine rhapsody; a little intuition, a shower of invisible benisons from THE MASTER and a never ending influx of blessings from family, friends, relatives and well-wishers...oh at last ready is HARE KRISHNA.
The book was composed in lyrical and narrative ballads. Very few such book-length ballads appeared in the last 2 centuries. As far as my knowledge goes these were those books:
1798: Lyrical ballads & Rime of the Ancient Mariner by William Wordsworth and Coleridge
1897: The Ballad of Reading Gaol by Oscar Wilde
1911: Ballad of the White Horse by G. K. Chesterson
2013: The Ballad of Radheya by K. R. Sharanya
But HARE KRISHNA I guess is the most voluminous tome of all.
Brahmashri Madagula Naga Phani Sharma garu graced my book with his divine ASHEERVADAABHINANDANALU. Mr. Evan Mantyk, the President & Editor of The Society of Classical Poets, New York was kind enough to write a beautiful FOREWORD analysing so well the technical as well as the spiritual aspects of the book. The book is published by Prowess publications and software solutions Pvt. Ltd., an Indian subsidiary of GANTEC PUBLICATIONS, Chicago.

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