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To those close by, it sounds like neighing; to those some distance away, it sounds like words. But only certain scholars of Sanskrit, present by a happy coincidence, are able to communicate with the fallen gandharva.
Modern forms of education have left him poorer in every language he claims to know, and what follows is a series of absurdities about English, its grammar, the disjunction between the way it is written and spoken, and the comparable superiority of Sanskrit.
Many Indians who learn English later in life will identify with parts of this novella. The difficulty, for a person reading these works in the 21st century, is in finding the alternative Satyanarayana proposes acceptable: a return to a traditional, Brahminical social order that ignores centuries of engagement with the Muslim world, with Turkic, Farsi, Urdu and other languages; indeed, these stories speak against the modernist strand in contemporary Telugu literature by ignoring it entirely.
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Reading these novellas, it is hard to believe that Satyanarayana was a contemporary of Sri Sri or Gudipati Venkata Chalam. And our mental capacities are formed in accordance with the environment in which we live, the body which we inhabit and the actions of our ancestors.
More than a third of his life span was spent in teaching Telugu in schools and in the Presidency college, Madras. He was one of the most famous pandits of the 19th century. He dedicated his entire life to the progress and promotion of Telugu language and literature.
Suri is the title bestowed on him. Though a scholar both in Telugu and Sanskrit, Chinnaya Suri was an ardent believer of the classical style which he followed.
His prose was verbose, ornate and full of long-winding compound sentences, though he sustained in it a natural rhythm.One day, the mighty lion was injured in a battle with the elephants. It was almost evening but the lion could not find a single animal to prey upon.
The king was furious and asked the guards to check his bed for bugs. Moral: When two people fight, it is always the third person who benefits.
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