Open Heart w/ Garikapati Narasimha Rao

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sri Garikapati is a literary genius with pragmatic views.
Avadhanam is a unique literary exercise and the best suitable in Telugu language.
It might be possible in Sanskrit as well,but apt and appreciable in Telugu.
Sri Garikapati has excelled in the art of multifaceted Avadhanam.
VBReddy Canada

Matt Pachi said...

Can he dine with a Dalit ? I highly doubt because you elevating him like anything... if he is intelligent it is good for him and for you as well but not for the human kind, if he is also humanitarian then he is useful to society otherwise his intelligence doesn't cultivate a grain of rice what is the point.

So keep the shit in your ass don't let it out otherwise it stinks... to the society.

Anonymous said...

You dirty bastard Matt Pachi try to be decent in your comments.
You bastard Matt you need to learn a lot.
I appreciate if you are so socialistic and mingle well all human beings, be it dalit,downtrodden,rich or poor.
It seems you bastard want to criticize everybody for no reason.
I have no vocabulary to describe a dirty rascal like you.

Anonymous said...

@12:23
Expressed opinion on Mr.Garikapati.
Any son of a decent parents never criticizes and abuses like Matt Bastard.

Anonymous said...

There is something seriously wrong with Matt Pachi Bastard.
It is high time to get corrected before it turns awkward.

Matt Pachi said...

What I said is true, if he is intelligent and useful to him keep it with him no worries but no use to society, people like wright brothers, louis posture, newton and etc they are useful to socitey, what I am going to do with his padyalu and nonsense, so pelase keep shit in your ass otherwise it stinks...

That is true, you kept DALIT AWAY FROM SCHOOLS AND TEMPLES, you made them backward and what I am going to do with Vedas and puranas... can you eat them and fill your hunger ?

Matt Pachi said...

when I asked can he dine with DALIT ? INSTEAD OF SAYING 'YES, HE CAN' WE DON'T HAVE ANY DISCRIMINATION ani cheppalisndhi poi... you are talking all non-sense antey you still want to encourage discrimination, is that right?

Anonymous said...

@11.33: did you ever hear him say that he will not eat with dalits? btw, there are no "dalits" in modern society. brahmins, rajus, vaisyas, shudras are castes based purely on profession and no one is still involved in those professions any more. many BCs are ministers, academicians, movie stars etc. Dr. Ambedkar did good to society (even though his motives were negatively exploited by dirty politicians later on).

Anonymous said...

@11:31 AM and 11:33 AM
What kind of idot are you.
Science and arts are very important to the in different ways. If you have any commonsense, you would know that.
Every idiot come here and talk as if he or she uplifting downtradden. Morons like you only interested in using DALIT card for your own benefit, otherwise you would go work for their development.

Anonymous said...

Our comments are to be around Telugu language and the skill called Avadhanam and to what extent Mr garikapati is successful in upholding the value of Avadhanam over the years.
He never said that he has been a social reformer.
As far as Telugu Avadhanam is concerned,he richly deserves the accolades he has got for his authority on Telugu literature.

Anonymous said...

Dignity,decency and decorum are either inherited or acquired from the people we move with.

Anonymous said...

Swothkarsha…He may be a literary genius but too much of self glorification

Anonymous said...

If someone is talking about dalits and downtrodden these days he/she must be scheming something big for self.
See.There are certain sections of society desirous to be enlisted as dalits or downtrodden,obviously not to to be looked down,but the schemes are different, I need not explain.
Our constitution requires a lot of amendments considering the changes in people's mindset.
If someone talks about Dalit,people do not receive you as a reformer,but surely take you as someone planning for self.

Anonymous said...

More we have something,the less we desire to have it,be it caste,class or any other divisive force in society.