A Lover's Guide to Warangal
Since The Rediscovery Of The`Kridabhiramamu` At The Beginning Of The Twentieth Century, The Book Has Been The Subject Of Intense Controversy Among Telugu Scholars And Critics, Some Of Whom Attacked It As Obscene. The Translators Discuss This Controversy And Suggest A New Way Of Closely Reading The Text In The Light Of The Vibrant Literary Milieu In Which It Was Composed.
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A Lovers Guide to Warangal
A Dense Epitome of the World The Image
Figures from base of door frame antarala doorway Kotagudi Ghan
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Andhra Andhra Pradesh antinomian arms ringing auspicious Bandaru Tammayya beauty Bhairava bhanas Bommakanti Venkata bordello Brahmin breasts city's courtesan dancing daughter Delhi Delhi Sultan dense epitome described drum Ekavira erotic eyes festival flowers forehead gateway girl goddess gods golden Govinda Mancana Sarma hair Harihara II house of love image of Warangal incongruous inner inset Jambudvipa Kakatiya Kakatiya dynasty Kama-manjari Kasalnadu kavya king Kridabhiramamu Krsna literary look Love-God lovers Macaldevi Maiicana medieval mirror moat moon move neighborhood Orugallu outer Palnadu Palnadu heroes parodic play poem poet poetic Ramakrishnakavi rams realistic ritual Sacred Black-Gram lineage Sanskrit sari says second-order shrine Singaracarya Siva Siva's spatial Srikakulam Srinatha Stage-Manager street Svayambhu-Siva temple Tamil Telugu poetry tion Tippana Tittibha translation Tripurantaka turmeric urban Vallabha Vallabharaya's Vallabharaya's description Vallabharaya's image verse Veturi Veturi Prabhakara Sastri Vijayanagara Vinukonda Virabhadra Visnu vithi wall Warangal's whore widows woman women worship young