DMPQ Premium-State the sequence of events which led to the formation of Andhra pradesh.

Activist Potti Sriramulu advocated inclusion of the Telugu-speaking areas of Rayalaseema and Coastal Andhra in an Andhra state. He conducted a hunger strike until Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru promised to form an Andhra state. On 19 October 1952, when Nehru’s promise had not been fulfilled, Sriramulu began fasting again at Maharshi Bulusu Sambamurthy’s Madras home. … Read more

DMPQ Premium-Potti Sriramulu was an indian freedom fighter who sacrificed his life for Andhra pradesh. Discuss Sriramulu’s contribution in the light of this statement.

Born on 16 March 1901, in Madras (Chennai), Sriramulu spent his formative years in the city his family had made home after moving from their native Guntur district. Despite a relatively comfortable life, Sriramulu was deeply immersed in the freedom struggle, but a series of personal tragedies drove him to leave behind material pursuits. In … Read more

DMPQ Premium-State the contributions of Gidugu Ramamurthy to Telugu and tribal languages.

Gidugu Venkata Ramamurthy’s (1863-1940) contribution to Telugu language specifically Vaaduka Bhasha (Colloquial language) is immense. He was instrumental in deciphering the Granthika Bhasha (classical Telugu infused heavily with Sanskrit) used in text books and literature and simplifying it, such that it could be made available to the masses. In the process he managed to bring … Read more

DMPQ Premium-Kandukuri Veeresalingam was ‘Raja ram mohan roy’ of Andhra pradesh. Evaluate the above statement.

Kandukuri Veeresalingam was the ‘Raja Ram Mohan Roy’ of Andhra Pradesh. He was a social reformer, activist, writer, “the quintessential Renaissance man”. “For all the efforts made in bringing our social reformism, he was popularly known as “Gadya Tikkana” by his well-wishers and followers.”  He had many firsts to his credit. “The first person to … Read more

DMPQ Premium-. Write a note on Arya samaj movement.

Arya Samaj was a vigorous reform movement of modern Hinduism, founded in 1875 by Dayananda Sarasvati, whose aim was to reestablish the Vedas, the earliest Hindu scriptures, as revealed truth. He rejected all later accretions to the Vedas as degenerate but, in his own interpretation, included much post-Vedic thought.  The Arya Samaj has always had … Read more