Classical Telugu Poetry: An Anthology

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INDEX
Abhimanyu, 20, 250n11
abhyudayamu, celebrative “biographies, ” 48
Abū ʾl-Ḥasan Tānashāh, 247
adhyātma poems of Annamayya, 45, 147, 148
Ādiśeṣa, 1
Aditi, 139
Agastya, 128, 193, 203, 204, 206, 300
Ahalya, 48, 51, 52, 279–92
Ahalyā-sankrandanamu, 51, 279–92
Ahobalapaṇḍitīya, 234n11
Ahobilam, 106
Aitareya Brāhmaṇa, 6n17
Akkanna, 247
Ākuvīṭi Pĕda Veṅkatâdri, patron of Piṅgaḷi Sūranna, 222
Allāḍa Vemāreḍḍi, 118
Allasāni Pĕddana, 6, 9, 34, 35–37, 51, 156– 65, 167, 191n1
Ālvār, 177
Amarârāma, 127
Amarāvati, 6, 112, 113
Amaru, 263n16
Āmukta-mālyada, 6n17, 35, 37, 40, 156, 166– 77
Ānandaraṅga Piḷḷai, 7n23
Āndhra Nāyaka, Viṣṇu at Śrīkākuḷam, 248– 50
Andhra: as cultural entity, 5; divided into three zones, 4; melting pot of South Indian civilization, 4
Āndhra-bhāṣā-bhūṣaṇamu, 3n6, 3n7, 14, 24, 233n10
Āndhra-mahāviṣṇu, 6
Āndhra-nāyaka-śatakamu, 6n17, 248–50
Āndhra-śabda-cintāmaṇi, 14n31, 49, 55, 230, 232, 234n11
Āndhra-viṣṇu, 6n17
Annamâcārya. See Annamayya
Annamâcārya-caritramu, 46
Annamayya, 43–45, 48, 147–55, 297
Anubhava-sāramu, 77
Appakavi, 48, 49, 50, 113, 133, 223n1, 234n11, 230–38
Appakavīyamu, 230–38
apsaras, 179
ārāma, 6
Arjuna, 21, 22
aṣṭa-dig-gajas, 9, 166, 178, 191
Aśvatthāman, 250n11
Avaci Tippayya Sĕṭṭi, 118
Ayuta, 203–15
Ayyāvāl, 256
bad poets, 68, 238
Bālasarasvati, Yĕlakūci, 49, 234n11
Bālasarasvatīyamu, 234n11
Bali, 135, 142
Bammĕra Potana, 43, 44, 133–46
Bāṇa, 69
Basava-purāṇa, 7n21, 19, 40, 76
Benares, 104
Bhadrâcalam, 247
Bhadrâdri rāmadāsu kīrtanalu, 247
Bhāgavatamu. See Bammĕra Potana

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