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Home Who did what? Current Events Harmony To Harmony Reflects Sensibility

Harmony To Harmony Reflects Sensibility

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Harmony To Harmony Reflects Sensibility

Under the joint auspices of Sri Tyagraja Gana Sabha and Vishwasahiti, Dr. RMV Raghavendra Rao’s book ‘Harmony to Harmony’ was released at a glittering ceremony at Sri Kala Subbarao Kalavedika, Chikkadpally on March 15. The author’s first anthology of poems was ‘Viewless Wings’. Speakers at the gathering included Dr. Potukuchi Sambasiva Rao, Dr. Kala Venkata Dikshitulu, Prof. C R Visweswara Rao, Dr. Velchala Kondal Rao, and D Ranga Rao.

Speaking on the occasion, Prof. C R Visweswara Rao said that Harmony to Harmony comes from the pen of a poet, whose bicultural and biliterary awareness and sensibility have been sufficiently demonstrated. “The first poem in ‘Harmony to Harmony’ is entitled ‘In Memoriam’, reminding us of Tennyson’s requiem for his Cambridge friend Arthur Hallam. Rao’s poem is an elegy written in the drawing room of contemplation for popular teacher, scholar and public speaker I V Chalapathi Rao.”

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