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Aacharya Aatreya Biography in Telugu

Aacharya Aatreya Biography in Telugu

ఆచార్య ఆత్రేయ జీవిత చరిత్ర

Aacharya Aatreya (born Kilambi Venkata Narasimhacharyulu) (7 May 1921 – 13 September 1989) was an Indian poet, scenarist, playwright, lyricist, and screenwriter known for his works in Telugu cinema, and Telugu theatre. He received the state Nandi Award for Best Lyricist in 1981 for "Andamaina Lokamani" from the film "Tholikoodi Koochindi".

He was born in Mangalampadu village near Sullurpet, Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh. As a student in Nellore and Chittoor he wrote several plays. He abandoned his studies to participate in Quit India Movement and was jailed. After releasing from jail, he had worked as a clerk in a settlement office and worked as an assistant editor of the journal Zamin Raithu which is based out of Nellore.

He continued his pursuit for social reform, transformation and universal peace, with his 10 Natakams (plays) and 15 Natikas, which include Bhayam ("Fear"), Viswa Shanti ("Universal Peace"), Kappalu ("Frogs"), Goutama Buddha, Ashoka Samrat, Parivartanam, Edureeta and Tirupati. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University of Hyderabad, for his contributions to Telugu literature.



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