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Bahubali Pandita of Sringeri wrote the Dharmanathapurana. Shaiva poets[ edit ] Veerashaiva literature saw a renaissance during this period. Singiraja wrote Singirajapurana and Malabasavaraja Charitra, Mallanarya of Gubbi who was patronised by Krishnadevaraya wrote Veerasaivamrita Purana , Bhavachintaratna and Satyendra Cholakathe. Guru Basava wrote seven works, six in Shatpadi metre called Saptakavya including the Shivayoganga Bhushana and the Avadhutagite. Bhimakavi wrote Basavapurana and Padmanaka authored Padmarajapurana. Viruparaja wrote a Sangatya literary composition to be sung with a musical instrument on life of King Cheramanka, Virabhadraraja wrote five Satakas, a Virashaiva doctrine and morals and Virabhadra-Vijaya. Kanakadasa's Ramadhanya Charitre is considered a unique work on class struggle. Krishnadevarayana Dinachari is a recent discovery. The Vijayanagar period continued the ancient tradition of Kannada literature. Secular literature[ edit ] King Deva Raya II was a poet and authored, in Kannada, the Sobagina Sone, a collection of romantic stories in the form of a narration by the author to his wife. Early Vijayanagar[ edit ] The Vijayanagar period was the golden age of Telugu literature. Vemana wrote Satakas, moral and social poems, that became colloquial Telugu phrases.

Early Vijayanagar[ edit ] The Vijayanagar period was the golden age of Telugu literature. Vemana wrote Satakas, moral and social poems, that became colloquial Telugu phrases. Annamacharya , who was also patroned by Saluva Narasingaraya wrote hundreds of kritanas in praise of Lord Venkateswara of Tirupati. Mallayya and Singayya together wrote Varahapuranamu and Prabodhacandrodaya while Vishvanatha Nayani wrote Rayavachakamu. Nachanna Soma was patronised by Bukka Raya I.

Late Vijayanagar[ edit ] During the reign of Krishnadevaraya Telugu culture and literature flourished and reached their heyday.

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The great emperor was himself a celebrated poet having composed Amuktamalyada. In his court, eight Telugu poets were regarded as the eight pillars of the literary assembly. In the olden days, it was believed that eight elephants were holding the earth in eight different directions.

The title Ashtadiggajas celebrates this belief and hence the court was also called Bhuvana Vijayam Conquest of the World. The period of the Empire is known as "Prabandha Period," because of the quality of the prabandha literature produced during this time.

Among these eight poets, Allasani Peddana is considered to be the greatest and is given the title of Andhra Kavita Pitamaha the father of Telugu poetry. Svarocisha Sambhava or Manucharita is his popular prabandha work and was dedicated to Krishnadevaraya.

Nandi Thimmana wrote Parijathapaharanam. Madayyagari Mallana wrote Rajasekhara Charitramu. Raghavapandaveeyamu is a dual work with double meaning built into the text, describing both the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Kalapurnodayam means full bloom of art has been treated as the first original poetic novel in Telugu literature.

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Battumurthy alias Ramarajabhushanudu wrote Kavyalankarasangrahamu, Vasucharitra, Narasabhupaliyam and Harischandranalopakhyanamu. Among these works the last one is a dual work which tells simultaneously the story of King Harishchandra and Nala and Damayanti.

Tenali Ramakrishna first wrote Udbhataradhya Charitramu, a Shaivite work. However, he converted to Vaishnavism later and wrote Vaishnava devotional texts Panduranga Mahatmyamu, and Ghatikachala Mahatmyamu. Tenali Rama remains one of the most popular folk figures in India today, a quick-witted courtier ready even to outwit the all-powerful emperor.

Manumanchi Bhatta wrote a scientific work called Hayalakshana Sastra. Sanskrit[ edit ] Sanskrit literature was given patronage by the Vijayanagara kings.

Advaita literature[ edit ] The Sangama dynasty patronised the Advaita saints of the Sringeri order. Some important works from this period were Sayana 's Vedartha Prakasha, Yajnatantra Sudhanidhi, Prayaschitra Sudhanidhi, Alankara Sudhanidhi, Yajnatantra Sudhanidhi, Sarvadarshanasangraha, Purushartha Sudhanidhi, many lesser manuals called Sudhanidhis treating expiation Prayaschitta , Yagnatantra vedic ritual and Purushartha aims of human endeavour.

Madhva Vidyaranya , the spiritual force behind the founding empire wrote Parasara — Madhaviya, Rajakatenirnaya, Vivaranapremayasangarha and Jivanmuktiviveka, Bharathitirtha wrote Pancadasi, Sangitasara.

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Appaya Dikshita — , a devotional poet wrote commentaries on various schools of philosophies including Srikantha's Saivite Advaita. Dvaita literature[ edit ] Many of the Madhwa haridasas of the Udupi order not only held positions of "rajguru" to Vijayanagar kings, they also wrote several famous works of dvaita vedanta. Famous among them were Jayatirtha , Sripadaraya , Vyasatirtha. Some other notable works from him are Bhedojjivana and Mandaramanjari commentaries. He was patroned by Saluva Narasimha at Chandragiri and later became a "rajguru" to Krishnadevaraya.

He was also the Guru of Purandaradasa and Kanakadasa , two outstanding luminaries of the Haridasa tradition, the former also the founder of modern Carnatic music. Other prominent haridasas were Jayatirtha who earned the title Tikacharya wrote two polemics namely Nyayasudha, Vadavali , Raghottamatirtha and Vijayindratirtha.

Secular literature[ edit ] Vidyaranya of Sringeri wrote Sangitasara, a treatise on music.

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