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They would often tell their thoughts in their own clumsy way and Varalakshmamma took it upon herself to think through and put them in a cogent manner. This practice of reorganizing the thoughts helped her to develop a series column, sarada lekhalu, in her later years (which will be discussed later.).Since her childhood, she was interested in reading.She participated in literary meets with high-ranking poets of our time and sometimes she was the only woman writer in a given meet. Because of her husband's job as health inspector, they moved to several towns and that helped her to develop contacts in several places and deliver inspiring speeches.Some of her stories that received critical acclaim are penshanu puccukunna naati raatri [The night after retirement], katha etla undaale [How a story should be?UTUKURI LAKSHMIKANTAMMA: EMINENT POET, SCHOLAR AND HISTORIAN 26 TENNETI HEMALATA: AN INVINCIBLE FORCE IN TELUGU LITERATURE 32 DR.ARUDRA: A RELENTLESS RESEARCHER AND PEOPLE'S POET 43 DYNAMICS OF TRANSCULTURAL TRANSFERENCE: TRANSLATING FROM TELUGU INTO ENGLISH 52 STRUCTURE IN [SILPAM] IN TELUGU STORY 67 ELEMENTS OF ORAL TRADITION IN TELUGU FICTION 71 WHAT IS A GOOD STORY?As the story goes, there were some illiterate older women in her neighborhood who migrated from Maharashtra.
After publishing her first story, she continued to write.She had seven siblings — five brothers and two sisters.She was married in 1909 to Kanuparthi Hanumantha Rao, an educated and sophisticated gentleman and health inspector by profession. The country, inspired by Gandhi, was fighting for freedom from the British rule.Her next significant contribution was a feature column maa chettuneeda mucchatlu [Chitchat in the shade of our tree] in Andhra patrika weekly under the pseudonym Leelavati.
In the column, Varalakshmamma discussed important issues such as education for women, traditions, politics, modern trends and many more. In 1928, the same management started another magazine, gruhalakshmi, in which Varalakshmamma was invited to write regularly.EMINENT TELUGU SCHOLARS AND OTHER ESSAYS By Malathi Nidadavolu 2012 1 © Malathi Nidadavolu e-Book edition 201 1 No part of this book may be reproduced without express permission from the author. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS KANUPARTI VARALAKSHMAMMA (1896-1978): A WRITER WITH A PURPOSE AND A PIONEER IN WOMEN'S MOVEMENT 4 NIDUDAVOLU VENKATARAO: A MOVING ENCYCLOPEDIA, POET AND EMINENT LITERARY HISTORIAN 9 DR.