I am just one of those Jack of all trades identifying what I am a master of for ages. I am interested in almost everything from quizzing to linguistics to religion to advanced sciene to literature. My aims besides working, earning, stashing and eating –

1. Read a poem daily and comment on it.

2. Write an article on an advanced topic daily. This, I am sure is not at all possible for me.

3. Create a list of all the works written in Telugu, my mother tongue written before 1850

4. Write a long poem of some thousand or two thousand lines and put a competition to translate it into a readable Telugu verse written in the traditional prosody

I will update the category Living in my blog as and when I find something related.



12 thoughts on “About”

  1. jonathan kober said:

    What is your name?


  2. Kunal Chattopadhyay said:

    I want to use your translation of Jung-e-Azadi. But I find only the url of your blog. May I have your name so I can cite you as the translator. This is an academic essay and I do not want to go in for plagiarism. If you want you can email me at


  3. I love you, Orugallu Balakrishnudu. You made me realize, “I know nothing”


  4. I wonder how you got command on flashback Telugu. Are you the same man from NIT, Jamshedpur. Reply me. I have much work with you.


  5. Hi, are you on FB?


  6. Khalid Bashir Ahmad said:

    There is this letter dated 16/17 August 1952 written by Maharaja Hari Singh of Jammu & Kashmir addressed to President Rajendra Prasad available on your website. Could you please identify the source of this letter. This is very important for my forthcoming work. Regards.


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