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Famous Personalities of Telangana

Kaloji Narayana Rao:

Kaloji
  • Born - 9 September 1914
  • Died - 13 November 2002 (aged 88)
  • Other names - Kaloji, Kalanna, Praja Kavi
  • Known for - Political activist, poet, Freedom Fighter
  • Awards - Padma Vibhushan in 1992
Published writings:
  • Anakathalu -1941
  • Naa Bharatadesha Yatra -1941 (Translation of Brail Ford's "Rebel India")
  • Kaloji Kathalu -1943
  • Parthiva vyayam -1946
  • Naa Godava 1st edition, first print -12/1/1953 ( published in 1953 January 12 at Alampuram by Sri sri at a meeting conducted by Telangana Rracheitala Sangam and Andhra Saraswatha Parishat)
  • Naa Godava 1st edition,second print -12/1953
  • Tudi Vijayam Manadi Nijam -1962
  • Naa Godava Parabhava Vasantham -23/03/1966
  • Naa Godava Parabhava Greeshmam -21/05/1966
  • Naa Godava Parabhava Varsham -19/07/1966
  • Naa Godava Parabhava sharattu -15/10/1966
  • Naa Godava Parabhava Hemantham -13/12/1966
  • Naa Godava Parabhava shishiram -02/1967
  • Naa Godava Parabhava 1st edition, third print -4/1967
  • Jeevana Geetha -1968 (Translation of Khalil Zibran's "The prophet")
  • Telangana Udyama Kavithalu -1969/70
  • Naa Godava (Yuva Bharathi) -1974
  • Naa Godava -1975/77
  • Idi Naa Godava -1995 (Kaloji's autobiographyraphy)
  • Bapu! Bapu!! Bapu!!! -1995
  • Kaloji Kathalu -2000

Rani Rudrama Devi:

Kaloji
  • Born - 1245, in Kakatiya dynasty - Orugallu, now known as Warangal, in Telangana state.
  • Other names - Rudramba and Rudradeva
  • Known for - ruler of the Kakatiya dynasty
  • Father - Ganapathideva
  • Spouse - Chalukya Veerabhadrudu
  • Died - 27 November 1289 A.D, Chandupatla (now in Telangana)

C Narayana Reddy:

Kaloji
  • Born - 29 July 1931, Hanumajipeta, Karimnagar district.
  • Other names - Cinare
  • Known for - Indian poet and writer
  • Awards - Jnanpith Award in 1988, Kala Prapoorna in 1978, Padma Shri in 1977, Padma Vibhushan in 1992,

Zakir Husain:

Kaloji
  • Born - 8 February 1897, Hyderabad, Telangana.
  • Known for - Indian politician (3rd President of India, from 13 May 1967 until his death on 3 May 1969)
  • Awards - Bharat Ratna Award in 1963, Padma Vibhushan in 1954
  • Vice President of India - 13 May 1962 – 12 May 1967
  • Governor of Bihar - 6 July 1957 – 11 May 1962

Suravaram Pratapareddy:

Kaloji
  • Born - May 28, 1896, Boravelli village, Mahabubnagar district.
  • Known for - journalist, historian and social reformer
  • Awards - Kendra Sahitya Academy Puraskaram in 1955, for the book Andhrula Sanghika Charitamu (Social History).
  • Other books - Nizamrashtra Palanam, Mogalayi kathalu, Sanghoddharana, Ucchala Vishadamu, Grandhalayamu, Hinduvula Pandugalu, Haindava Dharmaveerulu, Yuvajana Vignyanam etc.
  • Editor and Founder of - Golconda Patrika, a journal in Hyderabad State
Daasarathi Krishnamacharyulu:
Kaloji
  • Born - 22 July 1925, Chinnaguduru in Maripeda Mandal, Warangal district, Telangana.
  • Other names - Daasarathi
  • Known for - Telugu poet and writer
  • Aasthana Kavi of the Andhra Pradesh
  • Awards - Sahitya Academy Award in 1974, for his poetic work book Timiramto Samaram
  • Other books - Agnidhara (First Book), Rudraveena (1950), Mahandrodyamam, Punarnapam, Amruthabishekam, Kavithapushpakam and Ghalib Geethalu (1961)
  • Editor and Founder of - Golconda Patrika, a journal in Hyderabad State
  • He wrote lyrics for many Telugu movies. His debut movie was Vaagdanam. He wrote lyrics for approximately 2000 songs in the Telugu film industry.
Pamulaparthi Sadasiva Rao:
Kaloji
  • Born - 21 July 1921, Warangal district, Telangana.
  • Known for - Poet, Journalist, Political thinker and philosopher
  • Telugu writings - GatiTarkika Bhotika Vadam, Charitra, Sanskriti, Kala, and Tatva Shastra Praadhamika Paathalu.
  • He translated Theory of Knowledge, an English language book by Maurice Cornforth, into Telugu language, with name Gyana Siddhantam.
  • Started a magazine Kakatiya Patrika in Warangal, India, in 1948 with his cousin P. V. Narasimha Rao, late Prime Minister of India.
P. V. Narasimha Rao:
Kaloji
  • Born - 28 June 1921, Lakkampalli village in Warangal district, Telangana, India.
  • Known for - Indian Politician and lawyer
  • Political Career - 10th Prime Minister of India (21 June 1991 – 16 May 1996)
  • Minister of Defence - (6 March 1993 – 16 May 1996) and (31 December 1984 – 25 September 1985)
  • Minister of External Affairs - (31 March 1992 – 18 January 1993), in (25 June 1988 – 2 December 1989) and (14 January 1980 – 19 July 1984)
  • Minister of Home Affairs - 12 March 1986 – 12 May 1986 and 19 July 1984 – 31 December 1984
  • Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh - 30 September 1971 – 10 January 1973
  • Linguist - P. V. Narasimha Rao can spoke 17 languages.

Chityala Ailamma:

Kaloji
  • Born - 1919 in Krishnapuram village, Rayapaarthi, Warangal district, Telangana, India.
  • Other names - Chakali Ailamma
  • Known for - Indian revolutionary leader during Telangana Rebellion.
  • She revolted against the feudal lord, Zamindar Ramachandra Reddy, known as Visnoor Deshmukh
  • Joined Andhra Mahasabha and the Communist party.
  • She worked actively against the Nizam government.
  • Died - 1985

Komaram Bheem:

Kaloji
  • Born - 22 October 1901 in Jodeghat, Asifabad, Adilabad district, Telangana, India.
  • Known for - Tribal leader.
  • Fought against the Nizam government
  • He gave the slogan of Jal, Jungle, Jameen
  • Died - 8 October 1940

Kothapalli Jayashankar:

Kaloji
  • Born - 6 August 1934 in Akkampet village, Atmakur mandal, Warangal district, Telangana, India.
  • Other names - Professor Jayashankar, Telangana Siddanthakartha, Father of Telangana
  • Known for - an Indian academic and Social Activist.
  • He was the ideologue of Telangana Movement.
  • He has been fighting for a separate state since 1952.
  • Vice Chancellor of Kakatiya University, Warangal (1991–94).
  • Registrar of Central Institute of English & Foreign Languages (CIEFL), Hyderabad (1982–91)
  • Died - 21 June 2011

Nerella Venu Madhav:

Kaloji
  • Born - 28 December 1932, Warangal, Telangana.
  • Known for - Famous Mimic from India
  • Awards - Padma Shri in 2001, Sri Raja-Lakshmi Foundation award in 1981, Kala Prapoorna title from Andhra University (Vishakhapatnam) in 1978, Honorary Doctorates by Andhra University, IGNOU and Kakatiya University, Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Telugu Book of Records & Telangana Recordula Pustakam on 28 December 2015.

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