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An ode to the Muse (Cināre)

By Murthy, BS

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Reproduction Date: 7/23/2021

Title: An ode to the Muse (Cināre)  
Author: Murthy, BS
Language: English
Subject: Poetry, Modern poets, Indian poets, Telugu poets, Englsih translation of Telugu poetry, Indian Writing in English , Drama and Literature, Indian literature, English literature, Jnānpēth Award, Nānēs in English, An ode to Dr. C. Narayana Reddy, an eminent Telugu poet
Collections: Poetry, Authors Community
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Publisher: Self Imprint
Member Page: BS Murthy


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Cingireddi Narayana Reddy (29 July 1931 – 12 June 2017) was an Indian Telugu-language poet and writer. Reddy had produced over eighty literary works including poems, prose-plays, lyrical plays, translations, and ghazals. He was also a professor, lyricist, actor, and Rajya Sabha politician. Reddy was awarded the Jnānpēth Award by the government of India in 1988, and he served as the Vice Chancellor of Telugu University

This is BS Murthy’s English rendition of Dwana Sastry’s nānēs tribute in Telugu to the Jnānpēth ascendant, Dr. C. Narayana Reddy (Cināre), on his 75th birthday

1 So to savour Cināre’s verse, Goes Jnānpēth To Hanumānjipet. 2. Hi, Sastryji Cināre greets, Brings that warmth To Dwana’s heart. 3 Beckons as Dwana Ever he grants, Cināre’s love It’s Dwana’s pride. 4 Takes he mike It sings his tune, Glued to seats All sit spellbound. 5 ‘Rise as thou Cavils if world ‘Grow sky-high’, Is Cināre quote. 6 Instant scale As gives printout So his reply Comes post-haste.

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