Verse has a charm; its rhythm-lilting movement feast the ear and in certain
cases enters into mind to liege there longer. Very few titles are devoted for
their exclusive use, what them is its novelty? I, therefore, chose this medium
to bring out to the attention of tee juvenile reading community, certain gems
of purest ray serene' from our immortal sacred lore.
among the golden leaves of Hindu scriptures certain corpus enshrining a few
adorable ethos are taken and placed under three distinct headings-EPISODES
VERSIFIED, CONCEPTS VERSIFIED and TALE VERSIFIED.
difference exiting amongst them is little, and it seem they are ready to defy
the bounds set; and so some overlapping is discernable here and there; yet some
demarcation is found quite expedient. If some episodes resemble tales, or tales
embody concept better gulp down the contents than bringing them under
microscope; for, I fee dumping them all under one head is quite' unpalatable.
Hence the separation.
important! I was no versifier, nor even a rhymester until the commencement of
this book and was and is a writer in prose having to my credit some 25 titles
both in English and Telugu my Mother tongue. Further more the present
attempt is only in free verse with a difference. I strove hard to bring 'end
rhymes' in almost all stanzas barring a few written long back; and they are not
perfect I accept Sure unrestricted freedom we know where it leads or how it