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LITERATURE ARTICLES Anantarangachar N, Vijayanagarada Sahitya Samaja, Prabuddha Karnataka, (Kannada), Vol. 37, No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3, University of Mysore, Mysore, pp. 113-125, pp. 53-72, pp. 77-108. The article discusses about the development of literature during the Vijayangara period and it also compares the court literature with that of the contemporary literature developed in the empire. It states about the influence of other languages literatures with that of the court literature. Arviyas, Sri Krishnadevarayana Dinachari, Lochana, (Kannada), B. M. Sri Smaraka Pratishthana, Bangalore, 1985, pp. 30-33. The article highlights the contemporary society of the period of SriKrishnadevaraya, as recorded in the diary of the king by the same name. It mentions that the work was not written by the king himself, contrary to the belief that the work is by the king. Bhatta G. S, Santakavi Anubhavi Kanakadasaru, Dasa Sahitya Darshana (Samagra Dasa Sahityada Prathama Grantha), Ed. Ehske (H. S. Krishnaswamy Ayyangar) (Kannada), Mangala Bharati Prakashana, Mysore, 1984, pp. 139-161. The article mentions about the contemporary society and a vivid description of the city of Vijayanagara and its splendours as described the saint poet Kanakadasa. The poem compares the city of Hampi with that of Dwaraka, the legendary capital of Lord Srikrishna. Chiranjivi Alla, Sayana Bhashya mattu Tantragalalli ‘Virupaksha’ Kalpane, Hampi Parampare, (Kannada), Ed. Parameshvarappa T, Sri Vidya Vijayanagara Hampi Heritage Trust, Anegondi, Hospet, 1996, pp. 81-87. The article is about Virupaksha, the presiding deity of Hampi as conceived in the Bhashya and Tantra written by Sayana, brother of Vidyaranya. Devarakonda Reddy, Sivatatva Chintamani, Vijayanagara Adhyayana, Volume.5, (Kannada), Eds. M.V. Krishnappa and Channabasappa S. Patil, Directorate of Archaeology and Museums, Mysore, 1996, pp. 126-129. This article narrates the salient features of Shivatatva chintamani and the greatness of Hampi, its bazarras the Veerabhadra Temple on Matanga Parvatan, and the social condition during the rule of Praudadeva Raya. Gadaginamatha B.S, Ed. Kumararamana Dumdume, Prabuddha Karnataka, Vol. 41, No. 2, (Kannada), University of Mysore, Mysore, 1959, pp. 9-25 and No. 3, pp. 107-121.

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This historical novel is about the situation of Vijayanagara after the downfall of Vijayanagara empire in the decisive battle of Rakkasatangadi and the conflict among the survivors over the Chandragiri principality. he also mentioned the different rulers of Vijayanagara. 235-377. 43. pp. pp. 2. Galaganatha Venkatesha Tirako Kulakarani. The work gives a graphic account of ‘Halu Hampe’ (deserted Hampi). Vidyaranya. Patil.283 stanzas and Naga Sangayya. 1961. Ishvaran Hiremallur. 132-146. 26. M. Kavi Kamda Nadu. (Kannada). Kannada Sahitya Parishatpatrike. (Kannada). p. No. and gives a life sketch of Kumararama who was a historic personality. art. 1. 66-68. There are two other works “Balakumara Ramana Sangatya” by Mahalinga Swamy of Hampi containing 19 sandhis and 4. Kalajnana Sahityadalli Vijayanagarada Prastapa Vijayanagara Adhyayana. New Delhi. a historical personality and local chieftain who lived at Kummatadurga is praised for his valour and is regarded as a path finder for the establishment of Vijayanagara empire. 1996. served as officials. Echchama Nayaka is the hero of this novel. by name Emme Basava narrates the destruction of Vijayanagara. pp. Kannada Shitya Parishat. 1983. Kumararamana Samgatyagalu. India 2 Dumdubhi or Dumdume is a folk-song tradition usually referred to as Holiya Pada in Karnataka and in this tradition. Kannada University. Kumudini. Mareyalagada Samrajya. the founders of Vijayanagara empire. This article discusses the ‘Kalajnana’ literary form prevalent during Vijayanagara period. Galaganatha Kadambari Vol. 175.One of the poets. Mysore. for a Review of “Kumararamana Dumdume”). Hampi was one of the centres of this literary form. The author’s visit to Hampi is recorded as a travelogue and recalls the glorious days of Vijayanagara period with references to the history. 1999. (First World Vishva Kannada Sahitya Series 63). Kumararama. Hampi. (See Prabuddha Karnataka. Hullur Srinivasa Jois. Kumararama’s life as its subject is sung in this style. No. pp. in whose court both Harihara and Bukka.5 (Kannada) Eds. Kannada and Culture Directorate. architecture and literature of the contemporary period.V. (Kannada). and the successive events that occurred in the capital of Vijayanagara. Vol. Krishnappa and Channabasappa S. Bangalore.T.Indira Gandhi National Centre For the Arts. Bangalore. Directorate of Archaeology and Museums. Hallikeri F. Bibliography on Hampi – Literature Articles . 1. Vol. 1941. 135-138. Article mentions about the narrative “Kumararamana Samgatyagalu”. Kampila and Kumararama were two chieftains of the Kannada country stationed near Hampi during the 14th century. Volume.

(Kannada). Bangalore. The novelist has drawn the theme from the history of Vijayanagara. Ashanti Parva and Mallikarjuna by Betageri Krishnasharma. The subject matter is of the victorious expedition of Kampanaraya against Madhura. Betageri Krishnasharma Felicitation Volume). pp. Ed. New Delhi. Mavinakere Ranganatha. Kushalappa Gowda K. The novels depict the contemporary political conditions of the contemporary period and the various infights that led to the downfall of the kingdom.S. The preface highlights the important episodes in the poem. Telugu Literature under the Vijayanagar Empire. This article points at the play Talikote where a battle waged between the kings of Vijayanagara and Muslim invaders. peraje. It also narrates about the Asthadiggajas in the court of Vijayanagar and explains about the location of Hampi as the meeting place of Telugu and Kannada speaking people. Purogami Sahitya Sangha. Marulayya Sa. Bibliography on Hampi – Literature Articles . 129-139. Bangalore. (Kannada). Vijayanagara Sex centenary Association . The article deals with the life and works of Kanakadasa. 1991. Kaujalagi K. 1992. (Kannada). Kanakadasara Samagra Jivana Charitre. He was a contemporary of Purandaradasa. 1982. (Kannada) This is a translated work of Vira kampanaraya charitam of Gangadevi. The original text is in Sanskrit and is translated by the author. 1-21. 1989. (Trans) Madura Vijayam Athava Vira Kampannaraya Charitam. Avastha. 282-286. The poet visited Hampi and was at the Vyasaraya Mutt where he was given initiation by saint Vyasaraya. Itihasika Kadambarigalu. 1936. The article is a review of three historical novels viz Rajayogi. India 3 Iswar Dutt K. The article reviews the plays written by Srinivasa (Masti Venkatesaha ayyangar). Srinivasa (Felicitation Volume). Vyasaraya and king SriKrishnadevaraya. The preparation for the war. Volume. Eds. The author compares this article with that of the Shakespeare’s drama. Sri Adi Kesava. Dharwar. Rayabaga. See Srinivasa in Play. Karmakar. Second Revised Edition. Basavaraja Malashetti. Beluvala (Dr. Rudranatakagalu. Ed. The poet in his work Mohanatarangini compares the king with his tutleary deity. Kalagati Prakashana. pp 53-68. Marulayya Sa. a poet of Dasa tradition. Shi. pp. Jyoti Hosura. Belgaum District. pp. This article speaks about the Telugu Literature in Vijayanagara particularly during the time of Krishnadevaraya. Shi. Ragini Pratishthana. Ninganna Sannakki. the different segments of the army and the dress of the soldiers are narrated in detail.Indira Gandhi National Centre For the Arts.

The Sanskrit. pp. pp. where a battle waged. Kalla matha. Vijayanagar sexcentenary Association. secular scenes in sculptures and semi Historical works. 1992.5 (Kannada) Eds. 244-249. 1936. pp. Volume. (Kannada). pp. 130-134.L. Nidhathavolu Venkat Rao. Vijayanagar Sexcentenary Association. Development of Sanskrit Literature under Vijayanagar. The photographs of the temples are illustrated. Delhi. Second Revised Edition. there are details of poets. Narasimhachar D. Volume. M. The Indian Antiqury (1872-1933) Swati Publications. Karmakar. 1996.Dharwar. Hemakuta matha. Directorate of Archaeology and Museums. Here at various stages the activities in the capital are dealt in detail. the devotional songs. Patil. There are illustrations of different temples. Sri Kantha Sastri S. Hanuvala matha and other matas are discussed in this article.Indira Gandhi National Centre For the Arts. Apart from it. Ed. Kannada Literature under Vijayanagar. Subramanya Panthem G. 275-279. Mysore. Bibliography on Hampi – Literature Articles . Srinivasara Natakagalu. Hampiya Veerashiva Mathagalu mattu Kannada Sahitya Vijayanagara Adhyayana.V. Ed. Karmakar. New Delhi.Karmakar . The article reviews the nine plays written by Srinivasa (Masti Venkatesaha Ayyangar). This article deals with the literary development during the period of Krishnadevaraya in detail. Mavinakere Ranganatha. Telugu and Kannada literature and their development during this period are explained. Vijayanagara Sexcentenary Association. Purogami Sahitya Sangha. This article deals with the development of Kannada literature during Vijayanagar. Hire matha.R. The Veerashiva Matts at Hampi have played a dominent role during the period of Vijayanagara. India 4 Mugali Ram Sri. 295-328. 347-366. See Srinivasa in Play. volume. the Bhakti movement. 1936. Dharwar. Volume. Krishnappa and Channabasappa S. Ed. Kannada and Telugu languages. pp 231-240. Krishnadevaraya and His Literary Circle. Ravindra Nath K. Dharwad. Bangalore. Srinivasa (Felicitation Volume). The author compares the play with that of the plays by Shakespeare and Kalidasa. Ed. Discursive remarks on the Augustan age of Telugu Literature. pp. This article speaks about the development of literature during the period of Vijayanagar particularly in the field of Sanskrit. 252-259. Out of the nine plays this article focuses its attention on the play entitled Talikote.

Rasa Chetana (A. Belgaum District. Betageri Krishnasharma Felicitation Volume). Vasundhara Filliozat. Jyoti Hosura. Kannada Sahitya Parishatpatrike. 1936-37. pp 209-221. pp. India 5 This article speaks about the growth of Telugu literature in the court during Vijayanagar period.Indira Gandhi National Centre For the Arts.N. Puttasvamayya B. Kru. (Kannada). (Kannada). V. Purandaradasaru mattu Vijayanagara. See Krishnaraya A. The ten novels viz. Vyakti-Abhivyakti (Felicitation Volume). Kumararama Natakada Kalakaushala. Vol. The article is a review about the play Kumararama. 369-384. Varadaraja Rao G. N. Shankar D. This article elucidates that Hampi is on the banks of the river Tungabhadra and it further speaks of Telugu literature during the time of Sangamas and other dynasties. 1943. pp. Unknown Tenali Ramakrishna by Venkataramayya C. Ninganna Sannakki Kalagati Prakashana. Krishna Rao (popularly known as A. He is said to be a court-poet of Krishndevaraya. The article reviews the ten historical novels written by the famous Novelist A.K. Ed. 596-611. Ed. Bangalore. The author emphasises that some of the early kings of the Vijayanagara dynasty served under Kumararama who ruled at Kummatadurga and Hampi was a part of it then. Andhra Literature in Vijayanagara empire. Mam. This article states about the saint poet Purandaradasa who for some time lived at Hampi. Krishnaraya Sha. in Novels. 28. 1982. 1970. Vol. See in Play. 498-502. Journal of the Andhra Historical Research Society.). pp.Kru. (Kannada). The patronage given by some of the rulers to the Telugu literature and the names of the illustrious poets are given. No. Chaduranga. Goa Kannada Sangha. (Kannada). Bibliography on Hampi – Literature Articles . 1. It also states about the Purandara Mantapa situated at Hampi. Beluvala (Dr. N. New Delhi. Krishnarayara Jeevana-Sahitya Darshana). X . Basavaraja Malashetti.Na. 1) Vijaya Vidyaranya 2) Tapobala 3) Punya Prabhava 4) Praudha Pratapi 5) Mohana Murari 6) Yashodumdubhi 7) Abhaya Pradhana 8) Tejobhanga 9) Aliya Ramaraya and 10) Pralayanantara were penned between 1958 and 1961. Eds. Rayabaga. A. Ra Itihasika Upanyasagalu. 1988. palaces and court-poets’ names are mentioned. Chaduranga Abhinandana Samiti. All these novels cover the entire history of Vijayanagara period right from its foundation to the downfall of the empire. a historical personality who lived during the Pre-Vijayanagara times. Na. In one of his poems Achyuta Bazar or Sule Bazar. Tekumalla Achyta Rao.

1985. 2. 7. Malladihalli. pp. This article is a review of three historical novels viz. pp. Rajayogi (1934). 49-64. 1994. mentions about the daily routine of the king. S. The author has taken the clue from the travelogue of Nuniz. Samaja Pustakalaya. Other evidences drawn from history and inscriptions support the work. 65-78. Vol. 149-155. 41. and it has references about the day-to-day activities of the king at Hampi.Indira Gandhi National Centre For the Arts. Chitradurga District. (Kannada). Rayavachakam mattu Srikrisnadevarayana Dinachari: Ondu Parishilane . M. Dikshit. (Kannada). the capital of Vijayanaraga empire. Kannada Sahitya Parishat. Anandakandara Aitihasika Kadambarigalu. Prabuddha Karnataka. The article discusses the tradition of Dasa Literature with a particular reference to the Haridasa Vagmaya literature patrnoised by the king. Dharwad. Ed. Bibliography on Hampi – Literature Articles . (Kannada). 101-115. (Kannada). a work in Telugu. Samaja Pustakalaya. University of Mysore. (Telugu). G. Ashantiparva (1935) and Mallikarjuna 1961) penned by Anandakanda of the subject matter. B. Vijayanagara Samrajyada Prarambha Kalada Samskruta Granthagalu. New Delhi. 1994. The work mainly depends on the Madhura Vijayam. Kannada. pp.S. Bangalore. Shirisha Joshi. Vol. Shirisha Joshi. Dharwad. 70. Sahitya Samvada. The article mentions about the literary activities of the Vijayanagara period in its initial days and the patronage received by the scholars. Sangamara Kalada Vijayanagara: Adara Itihasa mattu Samskrutigala Adhyayana. Kannada Sahitya Parishatpatrike. Ramaswami Ayyar N. 1991. 1959. SriKrishnadevaraya. Mysore. This work is translated into Kannada. The article mentions about the daily routine of Sri Krishnadevaraya as recorded in Krishnakatha Vipanchi. (Author). Ramakavi Badala. Vol. pp. (Kannada). These novels is on the political condition of Vijayanagara period during the rule of Virupaksha and successive kings. Cheluva Kannada Nadu. N. Shanbhag D. 1994. Ramanjaneyalu K. Samvada Prakashana. 2. Bangalore. See Anandakanda (Krishnasharma Betageri) in Novels. 6. Sri Pratishthana. No. India 6 Raghavendra Patil. (Translator). and records the contemporary society as depicted in it. Cheluva Kannada Nadu. 131-144. pp. No. No. Krishnakatha Vipanchi. 96-101. Rayavachakam is a work in Telugu by the king SriKrishnadevaraya himself. pp.

Drawing from the narratives of foreign travellers. Vol. 1. pp. It is mainly based on the travelogues and a literary work entitled Madhuravijyam (1360-71 AD). Vijayanagara Kaladalli Kallatana mattu Shikshe. The article mentions about the social and economic conditions of the Vijayanagara period.Indira Gandhi National Centre For the Arts. cantonment. Sujana. Bibliography on Hampi – Literature Articles . Sadhane. It also records the extent of the capital and various other social aspects of the contemporary period. 2. 102-112. renowned Pampakshetra from the time immemorial. Kannada. 1957. 1992. (Kannada). Besides mentioning the title of the king as Sahiti-samarangana Sarvabhauma the play eulogises his valour. Hemakuta. 1970. 1. 106-116. Subbarayappa. Vol. Hariharana Pushparagale. Bangalore University. 2. Vol. Mysore. Srikanthayya K. Prabuddha Karnataka. 181-184. pp. 46. Hampi. Karnataka Parampare. pp. Shivarudrappa G. his arch rival Gajapati’s daughter. Prabuddha Karnataka. New Delhi. pp. No. Bangalore. interest in art and letters. the capital of the empire. It focuses mainly on the trade and commerce at Hampi. (Kannada). No. 173-190. Samajika mattu Arthika Jivana (Vijayanagara Kaladalli). Somashekhar Gorur Ed. political acumen.S. The article records the crime and punishment during the Vijayanagara period with particluar reference to Hampi. The article is about the play that narrates the Vijayanagara emperor Sri Krishnadevaraya’s marriage with Ruchidevi. Rayalu. The article both in English and Kannada gives brief note about Hampi. It also mentions about the crime as one of the 64 kinds of knowledge. Sahitya Samskruti Abhivruddhi Ilake. 1982. It describes the place as the symbol of mixed emotions. Kannada. Hampi. as well as the sufferings. 3 and 63-66.K. Mysore University. poet saint Kanakadasa and epigraphs it highlights the crimes that were committed by the offenders and the punishment given to them by the administration. anguish and unbearable tragedy when it was exposed to the ruthless grip of aggressors. Sri Gayathri Peetha Mahasamsthana. (Translator). superfine culture. (See Kamayya Darimadugu). Govenrment of Mysore. University of Mysore. 39. Bangalore. 3. gallantry. Vol. (Kannada). No. Hemakuta-Lakshadeepotsava Special Issue 1992. India 7 The article mentions the literary activities of the Vijayanagara period and the impetus received from the ruling houses. pp. 1964.

L. Mysore. He worshipped the deity Sri Virupaksha. India 8 The article mentions about the poetry by Harihara of Hampi. 3. Swamy B. who has described the enchanting beauty of Hampi surroundings and different kinds of flowers. 1972. (Kannada).Indira Gandhi National Centre For the Arts. Prabuddha Karnataka. grown therein. which are meant for the presiding deity Sri Vriupaksha. 54. No. University of Mysore. New Delhi. Hariharana ‘Pushpa Ragale’: Sasyashastriya mattu Samskrutika Tippani.G. Vol. He also attempts to reconstruct the palaeo-environment of Hampi with literary evidences. Author tries to identify the flowers mentioned by the poet and assigns them the botanical names. The article discusses about the different flowers grown in and around Hampi as described by the poet Harihara in one of his poems. 3-19. Bibliography on Hampi – Literature Articles . pp. He also records how he used to worship the deity with reverence.

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