Early life[ edit ] Viswanatha Satyanarayana is son of Shobhanadri, a Brahmin Landlord who later impoverished due to his over genourosiry and Charity and his wife Parvathi. He went to Veedhi Badi literal tr: Street school which were recognized informal schools during 19th and early 20th century in India. During his childhood Village culture has made a long lasting impression on Satyanarayana and he learnt a lot from it. During his childhood, Traditional performers of several Street folk art forms attracted and educated Satyanarayana in many ways. These art forms involves Story-telling, extempore poetry, music, performance, and dance in different forms.
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His works included poetry, novels, drama, short stories and speeches, covering a wide range of subjects such as analysis of history, philosophy, religion, sociology, political science, linguistics, psychology and spiritualism. His father was a philanthropist and a devotee of Lord Shiva. Thus, Lord Sri Visweswara became their family Deity. After his schooling in the village, Satyanarayana had his early education at the National College, Machilipatnam. He was a student of Chellapilla Venkata Sastry.
He began writing at the age of Satyanarayana taught in various colleges in Guntur, Vijayawada, Machilipatnam and Karimnagar. In , he retired as principal of Government College in Karimnagar and devoted his time wholly to writing. Even while working as a teacher, he used to engage himself in creative writing of a very serious nature. His literary works include 30 poems, 20 plays, 60 novels, 10 critical estimates, Khand kavyas, 35 short stories, three playlets, 70 essays, 50 radio plays, 10 essays in English, 10 works is Sanskrit, three translations, introductions and forewords as well as radio talks.
He was the first telugu writer to receive Jnanpith Award. Viswanatha Satyanarayana died on 18 October in Guntur.
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