Author: V R Narla
Publisher: Sahitya Akademi
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8126003324
This book brings into bold relief every facet of the many-splendoured personality of poet and philosopher Vemana.
A Poet of the people, a philosopher of freedom and equality, and a fighting saint, Vemana was unique in many ways. Though less well-known than some other great saints of Mediaeval India like Kabir, Nanak and Chaitanya, his teachings has much contemporary relevance, for he was a dreamer of One World and of the Brotherhood of Man.
The Writer of this monograph, Sri V R Narla, a veteran journalist and an author in Telugu and English, brings into bold relief every facet of the many-splendoured personality of Vemana.
As he did earlier in his monograph on Veeresalingam, Sri Narla provides this too with Glossary and Notes.
Not Born for Death
In the Lap of Legends
Feeble and Uncertain Lamps
"He was a man"
Double Night of Darkness
The Poet Spoke
True and Rare Genius
Glossary and Notes