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Preface.

At the present time Hi: du <iirK arc taught their own language in schools o>for them and ladio in pecially opened Zananas. Also some generous European Ladies take interest in teaching Fine Art> to them. Yet it is a well known fact that the Antahpuras have furnished, both in
ancient and in
learning,

modern

who were not only

times, women of Poetesses and

experts in Fine Arts, but skilled in gardening also, so as to rear a plant, to facilitate blossoming and fruit-bearing and lay out an Udyanavana (a pleasure garden). This we learn not only from the poetry ol Knlidasa &c. but by the Telugu Poets flourished in the Augustan age of Telugu Literature at the time of the great Krishna-

devaraya, whose own daughter Mohanangi was the author of a beautiful Poem "Ma-

richiparinayamu". About a hundred years ago Mangalagiri in Kistna District produced a Poetess by name Tarigonda Venkamma who has composed two books called Rajayogasaramu and VenkatachalaThere are other works mahatmyarnu. may be mentioned comjx>scd by Telug u
Poetesses as Molliramayanaiuu by Molli. In looking into my Library, I hav come across a Book of Poems written on

Palm
ber of

ltju\v^

rumpo-ed by an old mem-

This Lady Sri my family. Mudina Subhadravyamma was the eldest She was daughter of mv grandfather. born in 17S1 and \vas the mother of the famous M. 'lujjga Kao on whom one of
the
first

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ices

as a Principal well known to many European gentlemen of note. Like the motlu-r of Sir William Jones this lady

Majesty

his

sen

Sadder Amin.

He was

had brought up her M>n and educated him. She was well kno\vn for good works of
piety and benevolence.
close a deep revcrenee in

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gion and in one of neates upon morality. We now publish a selection of her Poems as Part 1. They may be read with benefit by her sisters in the Telu^u Country and perhaps with interest by Europeans who love read Telugu Poetry.

The Poems disVyshnava reliher Poems she deli-

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