అంతే జాషువా అంతే

అంతే జాషువా అంతే
నువ్వు గుంటూరు వాడవు
నీతో మాకింక పని లేదు అంతే
ట్యాంకు బండు మీద మాకు కాళోజీ దాశరథి కావాలె
వాళ్ళు లేకపోవడం నీ తప్పే అంతే
నువ్వేంది, నీ కథేంది మాకు లెక్క లేదంతే
అంతే జాషువా అంతే

ఇంతే మేమింతే
యావత్ భారతంలో వివక్షల అంతం కోసం
నువ్వు చేసిన పోరును తెలుసుకోము
తరతరాల అత్యాచారాల పతనం కోసం
నువ్వు సృష్టించిన కళను పట్టించుకోము
నీ అమర విశ్వనర గళం వినిపించుకోము
ఇంతే మేమింతే

అంతే జాషువా అంతే
దారి తప్పిన ఉద్యమాలలో
ఒక దిక్కు
వ్యర్థపు సంకుచిత భావనలకు
మరో దిక్కు
స్వార్థపు రాజకీయ క్రీడలకు
ఖరుచైపోయె తెలుగు యువత వేడి రక్తం
బలైపోయె బంగారు భవిత స్వప్నం
అంతే జాషువా అంతే

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9 Responses to అంతే జాషువా అంతే

  1. P. Rajeswara Rao says:

    While joining with you in emotional feelings, I wish to state that it is the anger and anguish of the people against the government which is responsible for this chaos and the people coming in the way of bifurcation of State which resulted in this way and in no way the people of Telangana show their disrespect to the great people like joshuva and others who are in no way connected with these issues.

  2. To correct P.Rajeswara Rao, I too thought initially the same, but when i visited the spot. It was very clear that the act was deliberate. The statues were selectively demolished. None touched ramadasu/veera brahmendra swami/tyagayya, though statues on both sides of them were demolished completely.

  3. Prasad Tata says:

    Hats of to the person who cameout with this nice article. people from across all regions rever Dasarathi Rangachaya, Viswanatha Satyanarayana, Dr. C. Narayana Reddy, Sri Sri. None of these scholars have that regional bias. Can you see regional slang in Dr. C. Narayan Reddy lyrics? I still remember when I was a kid in Vizianagaram there was big traffic jam when Dr. CNR visited Sanskrit college. No doubt this senseless act is by goons under the patronage of politicians sitting in AC rooms and Audi cars – Prasad Tata

  4. Mallaiah Anchoori says:

    Two things in the world primarily-language & music, know no barriers of caste, creed, region,religion or country for that matter.It is all the bloody handy work of the unscrupulous & selfish politicians who rake up all such issues for their survival & power/power sharing.Yes,Telugu people love,respect & adore equally all the literary luminaries irrespective of the latters’ Region.Vishwanatha & Sri Sri are equally loved by Telangana people & so are Dasharadhi & C.Narayana Reddy by Seemmandhra People.The immortal literaray pieces like Sreemadandhra Mahabhagavatham authored by Pothana who hailed from the village Bammera of Warangal District,an integral part of Telangana OR the Sree madaamdhra Mahaa Bharatham written collectively by the trio poets- Nannaya,Thikkana & Yerrana hailing from Andhra Region cannot be construed as those belonging to a particular Region.Can any Telugu man dintingish between Dasharadhi Shathakam written by Kancherla Goppanna of Khammam district,a part of Telangana,Sri Nrisimha Shathakam authored by Sheshappa Kavi Of Dharmapuri,a town inthe Karimnagar district of Telangana Region AND Sree Kalahastheeshwara Shathakamu of Doorjati who lived in Kalahasthi?These Regional fanaticism are made & developed by the politicians.If we go deep into the roots of people of all the three regions of the state, & study history carefully,there were whole migrations from one province to another of the present AP state & it is very difficult to sate as to who originally belonged to which place.Let us shun all shut divisive forces which only make us weak.One thing which,however,needs to be clearly understood is that one has to reap the fruits if the sins of insulting,insinuating & exploiting a particular region especially the culture adopted, & language spoken in a particular Region.Unfortunately,both these became a matter entertainment in movies too thanks to preponderance of film producers from a particular region.When sentiments are hurt, hatred , ill feelings towards others crop up.Let wisdom be dawn on all such mischief mongers at least in the interests of our great language -Telugu.

    • Sundeep says:

      You have packed so much sense into this one comment, Malliah garu. I came to know about some great poets and their works as well. Thank you.

  5. Kancherla Kameswara Rao says:

    Mr. Mallaiah Anchoori’s observations are intellectual and helpful to Telugu people in SeemaAndhra, Telangana, Rayalaseema and different parts of the world.
    Mr. Prasad Tata deserves commendation for bringing such topics to the attention of the VZM
    yahoogroup. Not everybody outside India follows the politics of India (ANDHRA).

    Kancherla Kameswara Rao
    July 22, 2011

  6. Srinivas says:

    The situation is similar to India-Pakistan separation. As long as there are Jinnahs, this keeps on going. Atleast that time Jinnah is the only person, now so many in thirst of power. Hard to find a politician who spare their money or time for nation like ‘Andhra Kesari’, ‘Lal Bahaddur Sastry’ etc. Even if there is someone who works for nation, they are not projected by media. The media is always behind sensational (Money making programs) interviews with Teens about useless topics like why they wear red color dress, what food they like etc. The youth energy is not properly utilized to build nation. The foundation (Basic values) itself is to be corrected to see the nation raising high.

  7. ST says:

    Embracing the unity as “telugus” , we must the cherish the diversity that we possess from all the regions of the state. While the seperate statehood might rise the spirits of telangana, and people would feel that this would end the cultural hegemony, i think this is delusional and I fear that the two regions are pitted against each other more than ever before. People on both sides are with a “mob” mentality now and will be opinionated more than ever before. The cultural rift is bound to stay, and I hope people sincerely try to have an understanding as beautifully elucidated by Malliah garu above.

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