Pawan Kalyan’s Letter is Revealed! __ About Adhunika Mahabharatam

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Pawan Kalyan’s Letter is Revealed! __ About Adhunika Mahabharatam

A few days ago, we reported that the association between Pawan Kalyan and Trivikram Srinivas had been leading to something that will be consider as good news by lovers of high-brow literature.  Some months ago, Trivikram had laid his hands on Adhunika Mahabharatam, a not-so-widely circulated and read, but quite an inspiring, book written by Guntur Seshendra Sharma, the acclaimed and respected poet, critic and writer.  After reading it, the writer-director was inspired and passed it over to Power Star, who too came to find the book inspiring.  He apparently felt that the ideas presented by Seshendra Sharma should be spread.  Pawan asked for an arrangement to be made to meet the late writer’s son to assure the latter of financial assistance enough to print at least 25000 copies.

Pawan Kalyan's Letter is Revealed! __ About Adhunika Mahabharatam

The latest news is that the book is now out.  The book comes with Pawan’s letter to Satyaki, the writer’s son.  The letter expresses Power Star’s admiration for the inspiring content of the book.  Pawan quotes some of the lines from the honor book.  “If you are courageous, will there be darkness in the country?” Pawan quotes from the book.  Sharma says in the book that a country’s wealth is not its mines, rivers or forests, but youths who dream (and do).  Pawan has particularly liked these lines.

In the book’s preface, Satyaki juxtaposes the legendary NTR making the great Vishwanatha Sathyanarayana’s Ekaveera into a movie with Pawan Kalyan’s monetary assistance to bringing Adhunika Mahabharatam out.

By having a book acquire re-birth in the non-virtual world at a time when the publication industry has become profit-oriented, Pawan has set an example for affluent people to emulate.  Patronizing literary giants will go a long way in spreading healthy ideas.  One also appreciates Trivikram for being instrumental in drawing Pawan’s attention to Adhunika Mahabharatam.