Uttarayana (); Mugilamallige (); Yaksha Yakshi (); Naaku Tanti ( ); Maryade (); Shrimata (); Baa Hattara (). D. R. Bendre's Four strings: Selections from Naku tanti, the anthology of Kannada poems [Dattatreya Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. 85 books based on votes: ಮಲೆಗಳಲ್ಲಿ ಮದುಮಗಳು | Malegalali Madumagalu by Kuvempu, ಮೂಕಜ್ಜಿಯ ಕನಸುಗಳು | Mookajjiya Kanasugalu by.
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Naaku Thanthi: Ondhu Tippani (Kannada) Paperback. Naaku Thanthi: Ondhu Tippani [Paperback] G. Krishnappa. The product delivered: "Naku Thanthi" by author Da. Book. Naakutanti. Author. Da Ra Bendre. Binding. Paperback. Publishing Date. Publisher. Srimatha Prakashana. Edition. Number of Pages. Get this from a library! Naku tanti.. [Dattatreya Ramachandra Bendre].
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He spoke of Ambikatanayadatta and Professor Bendre as closely related to each other as the banks of a river or the belly and the back. One could not exist without the other. His poems are linked to the Kannada poetic tradition through their use of folklore, the vachanas and the kirthanas. Apart from native prosodic forms, Bendre has also employed native imagery, folk beliefs, references to Indian mythology and the language spoken by common people.
Nada Lila The Play of Sounds is perhaps the most remarkable of his poetry collections.. All the features of Navodaya poetry like patriotism, the reformatory zeal, critical attitude, Indian culture, consolidation of traditional strength, mystical faith and assertion of a poet's individuality can be found in this collection of poems. Bendre used diverse techniques for spiritual lyrics, classical style for sonnets and traditional as well as colloquial idiom for pastoral and folk lyrics.
Symbolism is characteristic of his poetry. His poem Patargitti Butterfly sung as a nursery rhyme speaks of colors of temptation.
Another one Mudalmaneya Morning becomes symbolic of all pervading peace or, the poet's yearning for it. In the Kuniyonu bara Dance Eternal all diverse currents of thought meet in on great confluence.
Apparently, all Bendre's poems could be set to music and abound in alliteration; but there was always a hidden layer of meaning which only a trained poetic mind could decipher. Towards the end of his life Bendre was deeply absorbed in numbers.
This was not a new interest for him but now it became a central concern. Mugali and Pandhareenathachar Galagali. This festival is celebrated during the time of the Hindu festival Navaratri. In Bendre was sentenced to home imprisonment in Mugad village for writing Nara Bali "Human Sacrifice" , which was branded seditious by the British government.
He went on to become a fellow of the Kannada Sahitya Parishat. In the Government of Karnataka produced a documentary on his life.
His later works dug deeper into social and philosophical matters. According to G.
Amur , a leading critic in Kannada, "Bendre believed in the value of an integrated personality but loved to project himself as a threefold being: Dattatreya Ramachandra Bendre - the biological self, the thinking self and the creative self. According to Amur, the three 'selves' were conceived as mutually supporting 'selves', as the imagery Bendre used to concrete this idea clearly suggests. He spoke of Ambikatanayadatta and Professor Bendre as two entities that were closely related just as the river and its bank or the belly and the back.
I saved some money from my earnings and started this in in Belgaum district. I have distributed thousands of books every year. I have not taken any help from the government or any other institution. The Da. Bendre Kavya Koota organises a poetry contest, and a critical essay contest for post graduate students. They identify budding poets and give three cash prizes. I was close to his poetry but not to him. But when I started Bendre Kavya Koota, I came into contact with Vaman Bendre and the rest of the family members, and have remained close through the years.
A new world of meanings opened up as he started to unravel the mysteries of many of the words.
Krishnappa gives tens of examples. Tell me which mother would call her child an elephant?
So it is with Naaku Tanti.