By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Narla was a relentless fighter against injustice in society and politics. He wanted to keep the editorial column of Andhra Jyothy of which he was editor blank as a mark of protest. Retrieved from ” https: He organised his library, which had 25, books, both English and Telugu. Narla’s studies of the Gita, the Upanishads and the puranas Hindu holy texts were published posthumously. Similarly, he would haunt second-hand bookstalls in search for the rare books.

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Gandhi encouraged law breaking to oppose British rule in India. Manikonda Chalapathi Rao, the eminent editor of the National Herald was a frequent visitor to Narla’s residence. As a conscientious journalist Narla was upset when the fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution were suspended and ‘internal emergency’ imposed in by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

Narla also brought out his stray thoughts in two vennkateswara, Gods Goblins and Men: He had to withdraw the bill.

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Narla felt happy at the marriage between persons of two different languages, inter-lingual marriages so common these days. They were contractors for the supply of foodgrains to the army. Tarkunde who resigned as a judge of the Bombay High Court and a renowned human rights activist, Professor A. Gandhi had no scientific outlook on any aspect of life. He would rather lose his kingdom than speak a lie.


That was the root cause of India’s backwardness in the past. From famous libraries, to monuments, art galleries, every aspect of life in the countries that he visited attracted his attention.

Narla Venkateswara Rao

In the process, he was an up-to-date researcher on his favourite topics. He also criticised Gandhi’s religious approach to politics. Retrieved from ” https: From Wikipedia, the free bookx. After his death his wife, carefully preserving the books for some years ultimately presented the library to the Dr. It was not only a happy and ideal marriage but he was also lucky in having a better half like her.

మైథిలి వెంకటేశ్వర రావు / Mythili Venkateswara Rao

Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Of course, he had been a conferred honorary doctorate by several universities but he never flaunted the degree with his name.

mythili venkateswara rao books

Narla also studied the negative aspects of India both in the past and the present. He also made it the ground for rejecting the Sahitya Academic award, venjateswara caused a sensation in the literary circles.

He preferred to live in India and be visiting his sons and daughters and their families in the US. Roy was then critical of Gandhi and his leadership of the Indian National Congress.

Narla Venkateswara Rao – Wikipedia

Soon after he venkateswwra arrested and detained for six years in the s in connection with the Meerut Conspiracy Case. The caste factor also played a part in it.


A few of the essays were published in the Andhra Prabha weekly but due to pressures from different sources the serialisation stopped. Narla studied the matter thoroughly and pointed out howlers in the language of examiner’s reports!

He was then a relative stranger to most Indian journalists. Narasimharao on many occasions. They wanted their parents to shift to the US but Narla would not have it. Roy had run the party from tountil he moved towards the Radical Humanist Movement.

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Thanks to his practice of thoroughly researching his venkateswars before undertaking his writings; he Narla produced excellent books. The deep humanist strain in him developed and he emerged as a rationalist. Each verse ended with the refrain, Navayugaala Baata Naarla Maata the path of the new age and Narla’s word literally.

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When Narla was alive he would not part with his library or precious art collections.