Author: Manthena Damodara Chary

Indigenous Publishing Industry under Threat from eBooks

Reading Time: 2 minutesWith the advent of e-publishing, there has been a sharp decline in the traditional publication of books. Many peoples are getting e-books. This has plunged the publishing industry into an abysmal state, opines Manthena, exclusively for Different Truths. Publishers in India are facing a crisis. The dearth of the prospects of printing has been the […]

Be a Paragon of Peace

Reading Time: 1 minuteHere’s a poem of hope and peace by Manthena, for Different Truths. When you love all foes you have no woes Embittered enmity flees with fear on toes  Loyal love for the world turns you a victor  You go on showering  love above a sector Nobility is the peerless promoter of peace Amity accelerates its […]

Swashbuckling Splendour

Reading Time: 1 minuteA motivational poem by Manthena, in Different Truths.  Let us grow our wings to cherish things Holding the strings we sway over wings Finally, felicitous faith fuels our ambition Revitalising rapture renders final fruition. We do not access opportunities at hand We must create them to keep our brand Propelling  striking situations for all care […]

Edifying Eminence

Reading Time: 1 minuteHere’s an evocative poem by Manthena, in Different Truths. Flowery fantasy facilitates felicitous festivity  The poetry of symmetry springs rare activity  Blissful  birds sing in scintillating splendour  This world enraptures us with visual  wonder The lotus in buoyant bloom causes us delight Entrancing our eyes with the elegance of sight  Life devoted to pure pleasure […]

Homage to Mahatma

Reading Time: 1 minuteManthena pays homage to Mahatma Gandhi, in this verse, in Different Truths. I never witnessed the great soul in person  Sensing his peace campaign in its version   Paying heed to study of his core principle  I certainly emerged as his distant disciple  I feel his soul speaking to me with a vision  He relished visions […]

The Spirit of India

Reading Time: 1 minuteA patriotic poem by Manthena Damodara, in Different Truths.  India is not, in essence, a piece of earth It represents a sea of marvellous mirth  Tradition has its reputedly robust roots  Facilitating us well with felicitous fruits Culture nurtures its sustainable structure  Filling magnanimous minds with rapture We are not affected by reign of religions […]