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Email Address: Article Id: Kuppali Puttappa Poornachandra Tejaswi Kannada: At early stages of his writing career, Tejaswi wrote poems but later concentrated on short stories , novels and essays.
Poornachandra Tejaswi has a distinguished style of writing which has heralded a new era in Kannada literature. Tejaswi was born on 8 September in Kuppali in Shimoga district of Karnataka. Although he was the son of "Rashtrakavi" Kuvempu , he came out of his father's shadow and established his own image at an early age. Tejaswi received Rajyotsava Award for his first short story "Linga Banda", a look at the rainy Western Ghats from the eye of a boy.
After completion of his education from Maharaja College of Mysore , one among the top colleges in India, due to his interests in nature and farming, he moved to Mudigere taluk of Chikmagalur District after downloading a coffee estate.
Apart from literature he was actively involved in painting, photography and philosophy. He was a keen learner of nature and his favourite pastime was to roam around in the forests of western ghats. He has 2 daughters Susmitha and Eshanye who are software professionals.
His wife Rajeshwari stays in Niruttara,Mudigere. Tejaswi has written in almost all forms of literature including poems, short stories , novels, travel literature , plays and science fiction. Nature and incidents related to nature enjoy major roles in most of his works.
Key words: Kuppali Puttappa Poornachandra Tejaswi was a prominent Kannada writer, novelist, photographer, ornithologist, publisher, painter and environmentalist who made a great impression in the "Navya" period of Kannada literature. The film is rustic yet colourfull with characters that stand out.
The film follows the covert fight between the greed in the minds of certain village International Research Journal of Commerce Arts and Science http: This film is not in the name of feminism but its content includes feminism. Kiraguru is famous for their women's rowdy qualities, means straight forward, not accepting male dominant culture and their orders etc.
Women are strong in handling the male dominated society oppression and suppression. The film starts with fighting between two women. The word 'gancali munderu' and Mocked as bajaari uncouth, loud-mouthed women and not necessarily given the respect they deserve, the women of Kiragooru take matters into their own hands and eventually save the village and their immediate society from destruction.
It shows the complex relationship between husband and wife, the castes in the village or the division of labor. This represents the nature of whole story. Film heroine Danavva was gifted from birth born of anger.
Her husband is also afraid for her scolding, if she starts indignation scolding to one, he disappears from that place. She is in favor of women's community, against the female exploitation. She stands for a movement if women exploited. The not-so-idyllic hamlet of Kiragooru has everyone living in unison, albeit with the odd fights and surprises.
What happens when the cunning administrators want to play the caste politics card to divide them?
The film heroine Danavva is narrative and adaptation transports. She has cleverly woven the characters and happenings and extracted the best out of everyone. Danavva seems to be first of social change in the women's revolution. Village all women are similar sort of Danavva means gayaligalu or rowdy women.
This represents not only in their talk but also in their physical work.
In contrast, men in the village are weak, silent, and criminals. Weakness is evident in rendition of the wood chopping hebbalasina Maara and Sidda. This represents their innocence and bad beliefs. As well as their waist pain situation is also presents their male dominated ideology.
This episode tells life of the village of the men.
In the whole story Danavva is ideal and brave lady bountiful in the village. Closing Shankarappa liquor shop inspires peasant movement and also shows way for women's liberation. A riot starts in front of the liquor shop in the village. In many ways, it is about an 'elephant in the room'. The third one is 'Mayamruga', a take on human psychology. Two characters go to a cemetery to look for ghosts, can't find any and walk back.
But have they really concluded that there're no ghosts? But are there really no ghosts? How would you know a ghost when you see one? The last one was "Rahasya Vishwa" which was once again about human psychology. One woman and her responses to the same situation based on whom she's dealing with forms the crux of the story. Not sure what the last two stories okay, maybe just the last one, Mayamruga was good!