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Vemana (వేమన) was a great Telugu poet and philosopher. His poems were written in Telugu which is widely spoken in southern Indian states. His poems are known for their use of simple language and native idioms.
His poems discuss the subjects of wisdom, morality and yoga. His poems are of many kinds, social, moral, satirical and mystic nature. Vemana composed numerous poems in the vernacular of Telugu.
Vemana Satakam Audio Book
|Title||Vemana Satakam Audio Book|
|Name of Satakam||వేమన శతకము (Vemana Satakam)|
|Name of Makutam||Viswadhaabhi Raama, Vinura Vema ‘విశ్వదాభిరామ వినురవేమ’ (Beloved of the All Giver, Vema, listen.)|
|Written by||Vemana Satakam was written by ‘Vemana’(Gona Vema Reddy)|
|Prepared by||SCERT Telangana|
|Web Page||Sataka Padyalu Audio Books Web Page|
|Text Book Name||Sataka Parimalalu-2 Vemana Satakam|
Many lines of his poems are now colloquial phrases of the Telugu language. They end with the signature line Viswadhaabhi Raama, Vinura Vema ‘విశ్వదాభిరామ వినురవేమ’, literally Beloved of Vishwadha, listen Vema. There are many interpretations of what the last line signifies.
This Audio Book is to provide easy access to Vemana satakam ( 100 poems) and it’s meaning in simple language. Each Verse ‘s original full text is presented in Telugu Script and for each verse, Telugu translation is provided.
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Vemana Padyalu (వేమన పద్యాలు )
Vemana Satakam Telugu is containing Vemana Satakam in Telugu language. Telugu Vemana Padyalu in Vemana Satakam Telugu is easy to understand.
Telugu Vemana Sathkam is Collection of Telugu Poet Vemana Padhyalu.
All Padhyalu or Poems in Vemana Satakam are Philosophical Padhyalu.
- These Poems in Vemana Pdhyalu are Moral Poems.
- You can learn these Vemana Padhyalu Easily.
- The Telugu Language is used to display Padhyalu.
- So All Telugu People can read and Learn Telugu Vemana Padhyalu.
You can carry Vemana Satakam with them anywhere in your mobile and they can read Vemana padhyalu anytime with requiring internet connection. Vemana Pdhyalu in Telugu is Famous for morality and knowledge in every Vemana Padhyam.
Here you can get a complete history of Vemana Swami with detailed information on an early age.
Vemana is one of the most popular and beloved poets in Telugu language. His intellect, simplicity and naturalness of expression, and originality render him special to all the Telugus, rich or poor, literate or illiterate.
There is controversy over when and where Vemana lived. After a lot of research and debate, scholars established that he was born in a farmer’s family and lived in the 17th century–probably born in 1652–and passed away in the early decades of the 18th century.
He did not disclose his family name. The worshipper of Siva, he must be a jangam (a member of the sudra sect, usually Saivaite, but also largely dissenter of the traditional religion). Many of the poems were supposed to be composed in the latter half of the 17th century.
Based on the dialect and idiom used in the verses, it is suggested that Vemana belonged to Gandikota in Kandavolu (present Kurnool) district or Kondavedu in Cuddapah (Kadapa) district in the Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh
The makutam (refrain) has been subject to varied and occasionally subjective interpretations. Some have even suggested alternatives to the popular, widely known refrain, Vishvadabhirama vinuravema.
There have been several apocryphal stories about a person called Abhirama himself, but they do not stand critical scrutiny. The possible meaning of the refrain could be: Beloved of the All Giver, Vema, listen.
Vemana Satakam Audio Book by SCERT Telangana
Vemana is one who writes poems with words that are easily understood by everyone. Vemana is called Prajakavi. He understood the good things in society and wrote them with small words so that children could understand them. The sentence at the end of the verse (called the crown) is ‘Vishwadabhirama Vinuravema’.
Vemana Satakam: This is written by ‘Vemana’(Gona Vema Reddy). He became a ‘Yogi’(a person who denounces all worldly things) when he attained his adulthood.
Makutam for this Satakam is “Viswadabhirama vinura Vema”. Meaning of this phrase is “Oh Vema, the lover of this universe listen!”. Here Vemana says God is in every person, including him.
- The chandassu for this satakam is ‘Ataveladi’
- In this satakam Vemana tries to teach worldly-wise things mixed with deep philosophy.
- Some of his poems are here.
Some of the poems and its Meaning:
POEM: Uppu Kappurambu nokka polika nundu
Chooda chooda ruchulu jaada veru
Purushulandu Punya purushulu veraya
Viswadhaabhiraama, Vinura Vema
Meaning: Salt and camphor look alike. But you will know the difference only after you taste them. Similarly, you can not judge a person from his outward appearance. You will get to know about them only after you study them deeply.
POEM: Gangi govu paalu gantedainanu chaalu
kadava dina nemi kharamu paalu,
bhakthi kalugu kudu pattedinanu chaalu,
Viswadhaabhiraama, Vinura Vema
Meaning: It is enough if you have even a single ladle of cow’s milk. But it is useless if you have a big pot full of donkey’s milk.