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September 3, 2017 | History

Digavalli venkata Sivarao

14 February 1898 - 03 October 1992

Mr. Sivarao, a lawyer by profession, writer and historian by his interest had done vast and memorable literary work. He was a known fighter for truth and honesty. His characteristic personal traits were sharp memory, straightforwardness and diligence. He was outspoken and upright with principles, honest in conduct and actions in professional, public and private life. Several historical facts and events were brought out by his research work and his articles were lucid and interesting. Even the titles of his articles generated curiosity to the readers. He never took advantage of his political and professional connections. He lived frugally and shunned pomp and show. Despite many requests and offers that came in his way as in the case of other freedom fighters, with humility he refused to be called as freedom fighter since he was a practicing lawyer and did not go to Jail. He shunned publicity and attending meetings.As a freedom fighter he did considerable work during Gandhiji’s Satyagraha movement knowing fully well sooner or later that he will be arrested, jailed and even beaten like so many others. He was ready to sacrifice his lucrative legal practice for the freedom of the country exposing his his family with wife and small children to the risk of resultant consequences. It was sheer providence that he escaped jail despite two sedition cases against him and his house searches. His contribution during freedom movement was valuable in the form of his educative writings exposing the British rule in India exploitation the people and economy of our country. The common man and the congress worker at grass root level were enlightened by his writings on political, economic, democratic and constitutional aspects. Whenever he finds time he immersed in his literary work. It is evident from his diary that his father left behind a huge burden of debt and a large alienated/ mortgaged property when Mr. Sivarao was 10 years old. He had no proper schooling till then. As a young boy he passed through severe financial hardship. Fortunately his brother in law Mr. Boddapati Purnahiah[1870- 1939] who was a Telegraph Master in 1910 at Calicut [ later Superintendent of Telegraphs] took him and his mother under his protection and put him in proper school. Though literary work was dear to his heart, he never neglected his profession. He was considered as legal luminary during his times. He had handled complicated and sensational cases of very prominent clients. Well known aspects of his literary work were his many articles and books which speak by themselves about his literary work. His other lesser known memorable work which he did before and after independence can be summed up in a few points before going into relevant particulars of these aspects: (1) Collected and collated important information relating to Madras and Andhra provinces for the Congress central command during Gandhiji’s freedom movements for independence. (2) Drafted several pamphlets, resolutions memoranda, lection manifestos, felicitation addresses (3) Translated circulars and important statutory instructions including bye laws and cooperative rules and regulations for co operative and the congress volunteers (4) worked in cooperative movement as Director for Andhra Cooperative Institue and also Secretary of Krishna District Cooperative Stores. As lawyer he appeared in legal cases defending workers of cooperative society including it Chairman, Singaraju Subbarao and others(5) Drafted memoranda and submitted to visiting commissions and committees like India League, Khosla Committee on River water project s etc (6) Confronted the erring officers in public and judicial domain (7) Mobilized public opinion and exposed the substandard literary output of Govt committees (8) Helped to publish books of two prominent celebrities of the time (9) Wrote introductions, forewords to some books (10) Dedicated some of his books to other (11) Gave few speeches in select meetings and conventions including on All India Radio at Madras and Bezawada Broadcasting stations (12) his reminiscences were recorded by the Govt for who is who in freedom movement. Right from the time he joined the Bezawada Bar in 1922 , besides legal practice his hobby was history and politics. He used to get lot of books from Ramamohan library and also consignments of books from Connemara Library Madras for many years.

Sivarao garu outlived most of his contemporaries [1898-1992]. With razor sharp memory he was able to speak with facts and figures and locate the required subject from out of many bundles of vast notes he gathered over years. He invariably took down notes simultaneously as he read a book. That had helped him in long run to write fresh articles with bibiliography even at advanced age. Despite failing eye sight he continued his literary work for a few years without cataract operation. When he was past 93, one day he read in the Times of India about the IOL implantation. Then he was convinced about its advantages over the conventional cataract operation and decided to undergo the procedure. His cataract operation was done in June 1991 at Anand in Gujarat when he was living in Madhya Pradesh. Thereafter he continued to read and write with sense of purpose and direction. He had vast source material at hand for writing articles. He was born on 14/02/1898 at Kakinada. He settled down in Vijayawada as lawyer from 1922. When his hearing was impaired in1965 stopped going to courts. His wife Kamala [d/o Budhiraju Murthyraju] died in 1978. He continued his chamber practice till 1980 and shifted to Hyderabad. He maintained a voluminous diary which he named it as “Family History and diary of chronological events”. Mr. Sivarao recorded dates of several events of pubic importance from 1815 to corroborate his grandfather’s personal events. Similarly he covered the timeline of his father and his own life time till 1992. The events during1929 (self rule declared) to 1947( independence achieved) covering salt Satyagraha and Civil Disobedience and Quit India movements in West Krishna District and Bezawada throw light on freedom fight and sacrifice of several people who had gone into oblivian. He incorporated in his diary special passages as ‘reminiscence’ of his favourite subjects like that of his parents, cultural life at Rajahmundry during his high school days from1910 to 1916 , Presidency college and Victoria Hostel in Madras from 1917 to 1922., Salt styagraha & Civil Disobedience movements in Krishna District of 1930s. Some of the inmates of Victoria hostel who were his contemporaries in different faculties were in touch with him throughout their life span. Mr. Advai Bapiraju B.A.(Hon), Basavaju Apparao B.A B.L , Dr. Dandu Subba Reddy M.D, Dr. Chaganti Suryanrayana Murthy MBBS, Dr. K. L. Rao M.Sc., Ph.D, Mr. Avinash Lingam Chettiar B.A { Philonthrophist of Coimbator}, Mr. M.Bhakthavatsalam[Ex CM of Tamil Nadu] , Mr. Koka Subbarao [Retired Chief Justice of India ] etc to recall a few. He continued his reading and writing till he died on 03/10/1992 at Bhopal. He literally breathed his last while reading Major Dirrom’s book “a narrative of the campaign in India which terminated the war with Tippusultan in 1792”.

History of Digavalli Family: Main portion of his write up “History of Digavalli family” is incorporated here in the first person [I/we] of Mr. Sivarao.
“From an old genealogical tree written on Kondapalli paper preserved in our family records, I could trace that the progenitor of our family was Sri Digavalli Yerram Raju garu and my paternal grand father Timmarazu Pantulu garu was his descendent of the sixth generation .Allowing thirty years per generation our family history goes back to the year 1626 when Golconda Sultans ruled the northern circars. My grand father mentioned in his Will dated 13.1.1856 that our family had got the Mirasi right of Collecting Lavazmal, a fee collected on the village affairs by the samprati karanam who was the head of a group of villages . We belong to the Aruvela Niyogi sect of Telugu Brahmins of Koundinya Sagotra Apasthambha Sootra of the Yajussakha of the Vedas. From our house name it can easily be understood that we originally belonged to Digavalli, a village which is situated near Nuzvidu town which is a taluq head quarters and also the seat of the Nuzvidu Zamindars in the Krishna District. A distant kinsman of ours still continues to act as Karanam of Digavalli village. The ancestors of my grand father settled in Koyyur a village near Digavalli. They owned lands in that village as well as in Ramanakkapeta and Bommuluru. On account of the failure of crops due to frequent draughts and need to maintain a big family and the necessity of spending heavy amounts for marriages and obsequies my grandfather’s father Ramalingam garu became indebted. Sri Narasimha Appa Rao the Nuziveedu Zamindar had lot of trouble with the corrupt members of the Machilipatnam Chief Council and was removed from the Zaminadari. Collector was appointed to advise the Zamindari. Narasimha Appa Rao fled to the forests in the Nuzividu and began to raid the villages around Nuzividu . He was ultimately allowed to stay in Nuzividu but died. The Estate was placed under the Court of Wards during the minority of successor and ultimately it was partitioned between two sons. Thus there was no peace or order for long time in that region.
My grandfather, Timmarazu garu who was born about the year 1794 studied in the village school for some time and after his upanayanamu he left for Ellore [present Eluru] town in 1807 where he studied for three years learnt English also and went to Rajahmundry to seek his fortune. Thimmaraju garu entered the services of the East India Company in 1811 as Assistant to English record keeper in the Court of the District Judge of Rajahmundry. Later in 1820 he was appointed as English Record Keeper at the Office of the Rajahmundry District Collector with head quarters at Kakinada. He held various posts in the court and also acted as Sadar Amin or native judge. While so, three former divisions under the Collectors of Kakinada and Mogaliturru and Rajhamundry were constituted into the single district of Rajahmundry in 1820 and Mr. G.M.C Robertson was appointed as the Collector of the new District. My grandfather thought that he will have a better prospects if he entered Revenue Dpt of the new District and requested Mr.Vileart the District Judge to recommend him to Mr. Robertson for a job in his office. He was accordingly appointed as the English Record Keeper in the Huzur Office Kakinada which was the head quarters of the Rajhamundry district.
In 1822 Thimmaraju garu was granted a big house site of 8640 sq. yards in Kakinada by Mr.Robertson in 1822. He was very diligent in his work and rose to be a Tahasildar by 1827. Mr.Austry, the then Collector was very kind to him. He had great influence with the Zamindars of the District. Besides building a house in the house site at Kakinada Thimmaraju garu built the great Temple of Sri Bhimeswara Swami. Two inscriptions of 1828 and 1831 in the temple mention this great act of piety. He was English Record Keeper in 1834-35. There is a file in A.P. State Archives about Timmarazu garu’s enquiry in the case against Khambam Narasingarao.
Thimmaraju garu was appointed as Sheristadar in the office of the Subcollector in-charge of Godavari Anicut and Dhawaleswaram from1847. He was appointed as Court of Wards manager of Pithapur Estate on the demise of Rao Surya rao garu in 1850. One K.Subbarayadu garu the father of Viresalingam pantulu garu worked under him 1851. Thimmaraju Pantulu garu was also appointed to act as the Huzur Sheristadar from 1852 which job he held till he retired in 1855
He died on 7.2.1856. His eldest son Venkata Siva Rao garu was 26 years old then. His second son Venkata Ratnam garu (my father) was then a boy of six years old. My paternal uncle Siva Rao garu was Dewan of Pithapur raja from 1813 for 18 years. He brought up my father and educated him, performed his upanayanam and marriage. My father entered the revenue department and after rising to the rank of a Deputy Tahasildar retired as a Sub-magistrate in 1904. He had one son and two daughters by his first wife and daughter and son (my self) by his second wife. My brother was employed as a Tahsildar when he was appointed at Court of Wards manager for Vuyyuru Zamindari. He retired as Dewan of Vuyyuru Raja in 1926. His first son was an advocate and his second son a health officer and died as a Director of Public Health in 1956.
Thus our family has been closely associated with the British Government during the days of the East India Company till transfer of power in 1947.
I was born in my ancestral house at Kakinada on 14the February 1898 when my father was a Sub-magistrate at Peddapur. My father was highly conscious of aristocratic traditions of our family and lived in a grand style though the pay he got was small. Ever since my paternal uncle died in 1892 my father was spending money without any restraint. He celebrated బాలసార and other functions on a lavish scale on many occasions. He would camp at కోటిపల్లి and other places of pilgrimage and feed Brahmins. He would invite Kuchipudi actors and ask them to present their యక్ష గానం and dramas including భామకలాపం. I came to know that he even invited పువ్వుల పాపాచలం, famous danseurs from Ellore. He spent money for completing the వాహనం కొట్లు in Bhimeswara Temple and celebrating Kalyanam every year for five days on a grand scale. He would also celebrate Navaratri puja, Pongal and other festivals in the same style. He employed a Brahmin for daily worship besides the casual cook and other servants. My father would give money freely to his sister and daughters and others. He actually gave away a house to his sister and eldest daughter in 1900 a s a gift valuing at Rs1200/-. This was recently (1980s) sold away for Rs one and half lakhs by a boy who was adopted by their descendents. My father was a Noble soul and was very liberal in his dealings with others. He was easily deceived by the people. His one weakness was to listen to the flattery with pleasure. The sycophants took full advantage of this weakness of his. Although he inherited larger properties and lands in various places he was interested to purchase new lands in Cheyyeru in Amalapuram taluq, wet and dry lands by borrowing large sums. He foolishly took over 12 acres offered as maintenance to his second daughter agreeing to pay Rs 12000. He became indebted to the extent of Rs34000/- by these two transactions besides other debts be had incurred from time to time. He had to approach creditors some of them were cruel money lenders. He mortgaged properties to the pressing creditors and pledged valuable jewelry to Marwadis to raise money to pay pressing creditors. He had to retire from service in 1904 two years before he attained the age of 55 on account of the fact his age was wrongly given to enable him to enter into Govt.service . My step brother Thimmaraju pantulu garu was then a Tahsildar. We all lived in our new house built on three house sites purchased for my parents and my self in Kovvuru. My father acted very honourably in his dealings with his creditors and discharged this debits by setting away all our house properties and were mortgaging the properties of my maternal grandfather”


Literary talents from his school days of 1910
Literary talents of Mr. Sivarao had surfaced even when he was a high school student in Rajhamundry between 910-1916 which grew further in his life. On the 1st anniversary of wife of Kandukuri Veeresalingam garu in 1911 a meeting was held and presided by Chilakamarthi Lakshminarasimham garu. Mr. Sivarao a 2nd form student then recited వడ్డాది సుబ్బారావుగారు రంచించిన భక్త చింతామణి as prayer. From then onwards recitation of prayers by him became regular feature in all subsequent public meetings held in literary circles of Rajahmundry. Those meetings were charied by many distinguished persons including Rao Bahadur Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam. In 1913 the class teacher of 3rd Form presented him with a copy of Bhakthachintamani, 3rd Edition for reproducing రామచంద్రవిజయము of చిలకమర్తి కవి satisfactorily. Much later in 1919 Sri Vaddadi Subbarayadu garu the author of భక్తచింతామణి poems himself presented him copy of 8th Edition with his autograph of best wishes. In 1913 he became member of literary society called ఆంధ్ర బాషాభి వర్ధని founded by చిలకమర్తి లక్ష్మీ నరసింహం గారు in Rajahmundry. In 1914 ఆంధ్ర భాషాభివర్ధనీ సమాజము వార్షికోత్సనము chairman was చిలకమర్తి లక్ష్మీనరసింహం గారు, Secretary was అద్దంకి సత్యనారాయణ శర్మగారు, Members were మైనంపాటి నరసింహ రావు, అడవి బాపిరాజు, బందా వీరనారాయణదేవు, గుడిపాటి సూర్యనారాయణ, బోడపాటి సత్యనారాయణ, ఈరంకి నరసింహము, సూరంపూడి కనకరాజు, దిగవల్లి వెంకట శివరావు, పోణంగిపల్లి సత్యనారాయణ, చింతపెంటవెంకట రమణయ్య, వాసిరెడ్డి వీరభద్ర రావు, కవికొండ వెంకటరావు etc. Many well known literary stalwarts of that time chaired the meetings of this literary sessions. Among the prominent personalities who chaired those sessions were given in his diary; చిలకమర్తి లక్ష్మీనరసింహం గారు, శ్రీపాద కృష్ణమూర్తి గారు, చిలుకూరి వీరభద్రరావు గారు, వంగూరి సుబ్బారావు గారు, చెలికాని సుబ్బారావుగారు, నాళం కృష్ణారావుగారు, వడ్డాది సుబ్బారావుగారు, కాశీభట్ట బ్రహ్మయ్య శాస్త్రి గారు In one such meetings held in March 1914 Mr. Sivaro spoke on స్త్రీ విద్య. Yet another cultural organization called “హిందూమహా జనులమతసభ, where Kandukuri Veeresalingam garu was present, he played a role of రామానుజాచార్యులు reciting a poem composed by himself. In 1914 his article on స్త్రీ విద్య was combined with that of ఆలమూరు వెంకట రాజు గారు’s article as a booklet named గృహ నిర్వాహకము. In 1916 when he was studying Intermediate in the Presidency College he wrote a novel in Telugu called “హత్యా ఛాయ” Based on this novel , he wrote his book నీలాప నింద, published in 1929. Mr.Sivarao mentions in his Reminiscences of Rajahmundry that there used to be war of words between two literary stalwarts, Chilakamarthi and Sripada Krishnamurthy sastry garu. In 1915-1916 in his SSLC class he stood first in English General Paper among the 4 divisions for which his class Teacher presented him with 3 volumes of life of Gladstone by John Morley. 1918-1920 when he was studying Intermediate class in Presidency college, he started one hand written magazine called “ఆంధ్ర వాణి ” on behalf of ఆంధ్ర భాషాభి వర్ధని సమాజము of Madras Rajadhani College Andhra Students. భహ్మశ్రీ వావిలకొలను సుబ్బారావు గారు patronized it. While in Madras as student of intermediate final year, in January 1918 he received rajata patakam [ Bronze medal] for his Telugu essay on “ రాజ భక్తి” It was sponsored by సాధుసంఘం of Madras The medal was presented by the District Collector in a public meeting held in the Progressive Union Hall . In 1919 his article on శ్రీ క్రిష్ణదేవరాయ was published in విద్యావిశాఖ పత్రిక edited by Sri M.P.Sarma garu in Madras. During 1919 -1920 Academic year of Presidency College he was awarded Rs20/- Bourdillon prize for 1919 for his essay on ఆత్మ విశ్వాసము. The prize was institued by Rajadhani College, Madras. Earlier recipients of this prize were Tallapragada Subbarao in 1875 [who was later on became Secretary of Theosophical Society of India], Vepa Ramesam in 1891[later on Chief Justice] పానుగంటి రామారాయణింగారికి in 1892, పెద్దిభొట్ల వీరయ్యగారికి 1894 and దాసు విష్ణురావుగారికి 1895. While he was still a student in Madras, in November 1920 his article containing Telugu translation of 23 stories of Leo Tolstoy [కోడి గృడ్డంత వడ్లగింజ] and also Rabindra Nath Tagore’s stories of Hungary Stones and other stories [ మేము మీకు పట్టముగట్టితిమి, పధ్నాలుగేండ్ల ప్రాయము] were published in 1921 Andhra Patrika.

His contribution in freedom struggle, literary work and his profession as a lawyer.

Right from his school days Mr. Sivara was moved by Gandhiji’s freedom struggle in South Africa and later in India. As a student he collected funds for Gandhiji’s satyagraha movment in South Africa. His teachers in school and later Professors in College, and his critical study of History books have worked upon his mind, flared up patriotc fervor and motivated him to participate in freedom struggle. In 1919 summer holidays he went to Bombay to his sister’s house. That was peak of agitation against Rowlet Bill. The local news paper “Bombay Chronicle” edited by B.G. Harniman used to publish fearlessly Gandhiji’s styagraha news [ for which Mr. Harniman was deported] Mr. Sivarao collected the clippings from that paper and pasted in a file. On his return journey to Bezawada one CID person came into his compartment and warned him that he would get into trouble with that file. In the year Mr. Sivarao joined Law college in 1920 Gandhiji had already started non-cooperation movement. Speeches and writings of Gandhiji moved Mr. Sivarao and his mind was agitated and read Mahabarata for peace of mind and somehow completed his law course. He mentioned it in his reply speech on the occasion of his felicitation in 1966. History and politics were his hobby. He said in his speech in 1966 on his felication“ I read Sarvkar’s war of Independence in 1929 and had no sleep for three nights”

While he was a student in Final year B.L, in 1922 his articles on ఆంధ్రుల సం స్క్రుతిక చరిత్ర were published in తెలుగు సమాచార్ of Bombay. When he just started his law practice in 1922 in Bezawada, శ్రీ కురుగంటి సీతారామయ్య గారు M.A was Head Master was publishing a magazine called విధ్యార్ది Mr. Sivarao wrote two article (1) భారతీయుల లలిత కళలు and (2) జాతీయవిద్య in this magazine. in 1923-24 his article “చిన్న కథలు”, “మన దారిద్య్రము”, “Telma” a novel in the paper Edited by శ్రీ దుగ్గిరాల రాఘవచంద్రయ్య “Swarajya” published from Bezawada. Mr. Sivarao received in 1924 The Powell and Morehead V ernacular prize of Rs 150/- for 1922 instituted by the Presidency College, Madras. Subject of Essay: పోతన-వేమనుల వారి కాలము, కృతులు a critical review of the works of Potana and Vemana with special reference to the religion, social and political conditions of their age. As student of Presidency College during 1916- 1920 he edited ‘manuscript-magazine’ called ఆంధ్ర వాణి run by ఆంధ్ర భాషావర్ధని సమాజం of Presidency College. Based on this essay he wrote his book పోతన వేమనలయుగము of 1924. It was printed at శారదాభాండారు ప్రెస్సు run by వావిలకొలను సూరయ్యగారు, కొడాలి ఆంజనేయులు గారు. Reference to Sivarao’s work was referred In a book బౌధ్ధ మహాయుగం written by Veluri Satyanarayan garu in 1925. Dr. Ghantasala Seetharama Sarma introduced Mr. Sivarao to కాశీనాధుని నాగేశ్వరరావు గారు in the house of సింగరాజు సుబ్బారావు గారు. Nageswararao garu personally asked Mr. Sivarao contribute to భారతి and Mr. Sivarao started getting complimentary copies of Bharathi magazine. In 1925 Mr.Sivaro had presided over the Old Boy’s Day of Veeresalingam High School in Rajahmundry. He attended Coconada congress held in 1923 as a party volunteer. On 19/08/1923 టంగుటూరు ప్రకాశం గారు wrote to him that he shall be Special Correspondent to his Swarajya paper published from Madras. As a first article in Swarajya paper edited by Prakasam he sent his write up on the interview given by దుగ్గిరాల గోపాల క్రిష్ణయ్య గారు after Kakinada Congress in 1922. It was published. In 1923-24 his article “చిన్న కథలు”, “మన దారిద్య్రము”, “Telma” a novel were published in the paper Edited by శ్రీ దుగ్గిరాల రాఘవచంద్రయ్య “Swarajya” published from Bezawada. In 1927 Mr.Sivarao published his book “దక్షిణాఫ్రికా” and dedicated it to Mahtma Gandhi. Mahmtmaji‘s reply on a post card in his own hand is reproduced below.

                                                                                           To                                           On tour
                                                                                        26/02/1927 6PM

D.V.Siva Rao
Dist Court Vakil

Dear Friend,
I have your letter. I have no objection to your dedicating your work to me provided that you do not state anywhere that the dedication is with my permission for I do not want to give permission about a thing I do not know as I have no opportunity of knowing; for even if you offered the manuscript to me I shall not have time to get it read to me
Yours Sincerely

1927 December 2 Bezwada Municipality felicitated భహ్మశ్రీ వేదం వెంకట రామశాస్త్రి గారు. He came to attend the Convocation of Andhra University held in Bezawada. .The felicitation hand- out was written by Mr. Sivarao. In 1929: in the Cooperative Society News, he wrote about the Poverty in India ‘ భారతదెశ దారిద్యము’ and based on this , he again wrote “ నిరభాగ్య భారతము” in క్రిష్ణా పత్రిక 1930: In the West Krishna District News he wrote articles. West Krishna Congress Maha Sangham had published several booklets under a common banner “రాజకీయపరిజ్ఞానము” . Among those booklets his works were also published. The first one is “సత్యాగ్రహ చరిత్ర” it was printed on 12/03/1930 at ఆంధ్ర గ్రంధాలయ Press. Second one was “నిర్భాగ్య భారతము”. It was printed on 6/04/1930. And the others written by him and published by West Krishna Congress were: దరిద్ర నారాయణీయము, సత్యాగ్రహ భూమి, సత్యాగ్రహ విజయము, పంచాజ్ఞాయుగము. These publications under “రాజకీయపరిజ్ఞానము” were proscribed by the British Government in 1933 November. In 1933 September he published సహకార వస్తు నిలయము, అధినివేశ స్వరాజ్యము, and భారతదేశ స్తితిగతులు ” His book Dominion Status which was published in 1933 was widely acclaimed. These books were intended to educate public on political economic and constitutional matters. In 1934, Prof N. G.Ranga had started his Peasant school at Nidubrolu. He introduced Mr. Sivarao’s books as text books.. Mr. Ranga invited Mr. Sivarao to come and lecture at the Peasant School. In 1935 he worked as Director of Cooperative Institute and in the same year A Krishna District Cooperative Stores was opened in Bezawada. Mr.Sivarao was secretary and Cherukupalli Venkatappayya was president. From 1939 he started research on బ్రిటిష్ యుగ చరిత్ర. And started publishing some article in the English-Telugu Monthly Magazine called అమృత సందేశము [immortal Message] Edited by C.V.Reddy and D.S.Sarma English- from Bezawada. He also published two articles in English Christianization of India and Hindu Muslim Civilization in the same Magazine in 1939- 1940. The Andhra Mahasaba constituted a committee for writing the Andhra History and included his name. Andhra Patrika publishes this news. On 04/11/1943 చిలకమర్తి wrote him a letter 13/04/1945: Sri Pranavananda Swami presented him with గాయత్రీ మంత్రార్ధ వివిరము. On 24/02/1945 చళ్లపిళ్ల వెంకట శాస్త్రిగారు wrote him a letter. Such letters to Mr. Sivarao from those scholars were many during 1940s
Cooperative Societies and Cooperative Banks approached Mr. Sivarao for translation of Cooperative laws and byelaws. He had translated into Telugu f rules and bye laws of Krishna Cooperative Stores Registered which were Printed in April 1935. Similarly he also translated into Telugu the rules and bye laws of Godavari Cooperative Bank in May 1935. On 17/06/1937: his letter to the Editor, the Hindu about “Resignation and dismissal of ministers” published. On 01/02/1938: His excerpts on Constitutional subjects were published. On 23/05/1939: He received a Letter from Mr. C.F. Andrews thanking him for sending him a chapter on ‘Political activities in Madras before the mutiny to supplement his ‘rise and growth of Congress’. On 09/08/1942, within a few minutes of arrest of Gandhiji and other leaders for Quit India movement being announced on the Radio. Nukala Veeraraghavayya alias Srimathe came to him with the famous APCC circular of Kala Venkatarao and asked him to translate it into Telugu for being broadcast. He had translated this circular dated 29/07/1942. It was cyclostyled and distributed on a large scale. It became very famous among the congress leaders. In 1942 August he was requested to translate into English a circular in Telugu on “Quit India,” issued by A.P.C.C General Secretary, Sri Kakani Venkata Ratrnam.

Mr. Sivarao openly condemned a news paper about vituperative editorial on Mr. T. Prakasam: on 12/08/1946 Mr. Sivarao wrote an Open Letter to the Editor of New Times ( edited by M.Tirumal Rao) protesting against his vituperations against Sri Prakasam in his Editorial although Mr. Prakasam’s autobiography was good. Printed copy of [ of his open letter ] was signed by many people and sent to Gandhiji In December 1947 Mr. Varanasi Subrahmanyam AIR, Delhi wrote to Mr. Sivarao that Prof. NG.Ranga President of Andhra Provincial Congress Committee has constituted a Techinical Terms Committee with Mr. Sivarao as its President and asking him to accept it.
On 28/08/1947 Sri Konda Venkatappayya garu presented Mr. Sivarao with his book Satakam on Sri Venkateswara. For Bezawada Muncipal Municipal elections in 1947 the manifesto for the candidature of Dr.G.S.Sarma was drafted by Mr. Sivarao. Mr. Sivara rao wrote an introduction to the third edition of Life of Sivaji by late Komarraju Lakshman Rao pantulu garu on 11/09/1947. And on 09/12/1953 he wrote introduction to the 4th Edition of Sivaji written by Komarraju Lakshmanrao garu at the request of Komarraju Vinayaka Rao brother of Dr. Kommaraju Atchamamba.
1955: సంగ్రహ ఆంధ్ర విజ్ఞాన కోశ సమితి, Hyderabad sent their prospectus and asked for suggestions of Mr. Sivarao.
September 1957: The Visalandhra Publishing House published his 1857 పూర్వరంగములు. Mr Kambhampati Satyanarayana M.A. successfully pleaded with him to allow them to bring out one edition. He agreed on one condition they should not add anything to the text. Mr. Tripuraneni Venkateswara Rao and Raghavarao of Navodaya Publishing house asked him to allow them to publish one edition each of three of his small books; సన్యాసుల స్వాతంత్ర సమరములు, ఆదిమనవాసు యుధ్ధములు, మధుర నాయకులు. Katuri Venkateswararo who was editing Krishna patrika in 1950 had requested Mr. Sivara to contribute to his paper.

Translation work and Glossary committee
When Mr.Ayyadevara Kaleswararo was very active politically and literarily Mr. Sivarao was most sought after for many literary projects initiated by Mr. Kaleswararao like Glossary committee, translation committees, book publications etc. In 1957 when it was mooted to constitute Glossary committee many of whom Mr. Kaleswarao wrote his intentions to constitute a committee including Messrs Gidugu Seethapathi, Narla Venkateswararao, Mallampalli Somasekhara Sarma had witten to Kaleswararao garu to include Mr. Sivarao in the committee in view of his work వ్యవహారకోశము, పారిభాష పదకోశము in 1934 for economic, political, scientific and technical terms. [“This book is the first of its kind and supplies long felt need” was what Mr. Alladi Krishnaswamy Iyyer said on that book] In 1957.Glossary committee was constituted in October 1957 with 32 members including Mr. Sivarao with 3 ministers, 5 MLAs and 1 MP under the chairmanship of A.Kaleswararao, Speaker, A.P Legislative Assembly [ later in Dec 1958 this main committee was pruned to 16 members] Of the two subcommittees formed at Vijayawada in 1958 one was conveyed by Mr. Sivarao at his house with Mr. Viswanadha Satyanarayana as President. Other members were Mr. Katuri Venkateswararao Mr. Garikipati Krishna Murthy, Gidugu Venkata Sitapathi, M.R. Apparao (MLA) Bhamidipati Kameswararao Ramaswamy Naidu (MLA) and Mallampalli Somasekhara Sama. On 8/01/1958: Mr. A.Kaleswararao garu inaugurated the glossasry sub committee at Mr. Sivarao’s residence at Bezawada. Proceedings are repored in Andhra Prabha. This subcommittee was later reconstituted with Mr. Sivarao as chairman with three members only including Kambhampati Satynarayana, Ramaswamy Naidu and Garikipati Krishna murthy.

On 30/09/1960 the then Speaker of A.P Legislative Assembly, Mr. Ayyadevara Kaleswara rao wrote to Mr. Sivarao suggesting him translation of constitution and he is best suited to this job.
21/08/1959: African Nationalism written by Mr. sivarao was published by the Academy of History and Science at Hyderabad was released by the 1st President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad
26/02/1962: Mr. Kaleswarara rao died at 5.30 AM
After the death of Ayyadevara Kaleswararao the work of translation committees came under the control of the then Education Minister, Mr .P.V. Narasimharao. On 11/05/1962 Andhra Pradesh Sahitya Academy nominated Mr. Sivarao as a member of three men committee for arrangemts to take Micro film copies of Machanzie manuscripts (to be microfilmed and published)
Mr. Sivarao was nominated in one more translation committee like Urdu Telugu Science Academy under chairmanship of P.V. Narasimharao. However during the course of Translation committee work Mr. Sivarao resigned protesting for introducing Hindi terms into Telugu. 21/01/1968: His letter to the Hindu about the imposition of Hindi terms on Telugu published

His innumerable published articles form a major bulk of his literary work which after 1922 steadily grew and touched a peak in 1940s along with publication of books. His articles kept on appearing in one magazine, paper or the other till 1989. A list of his published articles and books as many as available is appended at the end to wrap up Mr. Sivarao literary work to the extent possible.

His professional work as lawyer:
Sensational Municipal Defalcation cases:
Mr.Ayyedevara Kaleswara rao a very prominent lawyer was Chairman of Bezawada Municipal Council in 1923. He was well known Congress leader. Some of Bill Collectors who committed the fraud of appropriating the amounts paid for the water usage tried to implicate Mr. Kaleswarao in the fraud. A case filed against them in 1923 by the Municipal Council. Mr. Sivarao appeared on behalf of one of the Bill Collector at the request of ex chairman of the Muncipal Council Dr.Dhanwada Ramachanda Rao, M.A., M.D. His client pleaded ‘guilty’. In the proceeding of this case. Mr. Sivaro had exposed the whole fraud of the other Bill collectors thus vindicating the honour of Mr. Kaleswararao as chairman of municipal Council for which Mr. Kaleswararao presented his MLT reports to Mr. Sivarao. His client bill collector was given minimum punishment of 2 months jail while the remaining Bill Collectors who pleaded ‘not guilty’ were awarded rigorous imprisonment up to 2 years. In another sensational Municipal Councillors’s assault case the group supporting the then chairman Mr. Ali Baig assaulted Sardar Gulam Mohiddin and Mrs. Gudipati Ranganayakamma w/o Gudipati Venkata Chalam of the opposition group. A criminal case was filed in Gannavararm Magistrates’s court. Mr.Sivarao appeared on behalf of Gulam Mohidduin . He was lawyer for Jayanthipuram Raja (raja Vasireddy Durgasadasiveswara Prasad ) and Ayyanki Venkataramanayya in one case related to విజ్ఞానచంద్రికామండలి run by Ayyanki Venkatarmanayya in 1936

Action against an autocratic District Munsiff: In December 1932 Mr Nidmarthi Narasimham, District Munsiff notified 67 member of the Bezawada Bar on having entered into a nefarious conspiracy against him and prohibited them from entering into his office. Sivarao’s name was one among the 67 advocates. Mr. Sivarao prepared a memorandum jointly with Mr.Peddibhotla Veeraiah and Cherukupalli Venkatappaiah of this corrupt methods and behavior to the higher authority. Mr. Sivarao personally handed over the memorandum to the District Judge, Mr. Byers at Bezawada who used to carry a revolver in his suitcase. He afterwards got into trouble as a Judge in Madras High Court having shot at a pedestrian. Members of the Bar praised Mr. Sivarao for getting rid of the troublesome judicial officer. In another case where sub collector was holding court at irregular hours Mr. Sivarao as President of Bezawada Bar Association confronted him as given below.
His work as President of Bezawada Bar during 1947-48:
Mr Sivarao was elected as President of Bezawada Bar Association on 31/01/1947. During his tenure he had tackled several issues. With his unrelenting follow up he could solve several problems some of which were of chronic nature. The problem of scarcity of judicial stamps in those days was causing concern to the litigant public and pleaders’ clerks. He took up the matter with the Revenue and Govt officials. He solved two chronic issues during his tenure.There was no provision of employing a water boy during the summer for members of the Bar. He had to do lot of prolonged correspondence with the Madras High Court and at last the Govt has sanctioned one post of water boy during the summer. Another obnoxious problem of dumping night soil by the Municipal scavengers in the open play ground of Municipal High School near the Civil Courts. When the Bezawada Muncipal Health Officer was stubbornly refusing the fact of such dumping, Mr.Sivarao warned the Health officer and took up the with Director of Health services at State capital. They constructed an enclosure and ensured properly covering the pits. During his tenure as president he started a Forum of Bar Association for tackling issues concerning members of the Bar without waiting for the approval of Governing body.
Confronted an erring Judicial Officers:
When the Presiding judicial officers of the court adopting irregular practices of holding the court in the late hours and at their private bungalows and discourteous behavior towards the advocates and clients Mr. Sivarao courageously confronted them directly and also approached the higher authorities for redressal and transfer of the erring official. Once a joint Magistrate Mr. Jesudasan in April 1947 was discourteous to a senior member of the Bar, the District Collector was interviewed in person and apprised of the matter. In another instance, one Sub Collector Mr. R.C Joshi, an I C S Officer was holding irregular courts in late hours and at his residential bungalow. Mr. Sivarao as President of Bezawada Bar wrote Letter to the District Magistrate about the irregular timings of holding court adopted by the sub collector. His holding court at his bungalow and in chambers instead of holding it openly in the Court Hall and consequent inconvenience caused to the litigant public and the practicing advocates. The Sub collector wrote a letter to the President of Bar Association asking for cooperation and promising to cooperate and inviting that President to meet him to discuss the maters. On 25/09/1947 Mr. Sivarao met Mr. R.C. Joshi and discussed matters. A detailed minutes were prepared by the Secretary Bar association about the interview and placed in the records of the Bar association. When he went and met him to discussed all matters, R.C.Joshi said “nobody talked to me like this before”. Mr. Sivarao said boldly “that is because they have work before you every day and I have no work”. Mr. Sivarao further told Mr. Joshi that his court clerk was changing the dates of BRC posting at his pleasure. He promised to set right the irregularities. Mr. Joshi told Mr. Sivarao about his own difficulties especially about the interference by Congress leaders in administrative matters. Mr. Sivarao said “you belong to the ICS. You ought to know how to deal with these political leaders”. Keeping in view of Mr. Joshi’s problem Mr. Sivaro wrote a letter to the Editor , the Hindu on 20/01/1948 about the Congress ministers and leaders interfering with officials in discharging their duties. This public letter evoked resentment among the Congressmen. Mr. Konda Venkatappaiah complained about Mr. Sivarao’s charges. Mr. Sivaro spoke to Mr.Konda Venkatappaiah and explained Mr. Joshi’s interview. As president Mr. Sivarao presented a memorandum to Mr. T.Prakasam on behalf of Bar Association at a public meeting where the statue of Subhas Chandra Bose was unveiled by him. In this meeting there were clashes and police resorted to lathi charge. After this, the District Collector sent for Mr. Sivarao and his close friend and fellow advocate Mr C. Venkatappayya separately and asked them about the incident at the meeting where Sri T.Prakasam unveiled a statue of Subhas Chandra Bose whether there was a lathi charge etc. It seems both the victims and the Polilce Department suggested their name as impartial witnesses for this incidence of lathi charge. Mr. Sivarao's straightforward and impartial behaviour was well known. In another instance when the concerned lawyers complained to Mr. Sivaro that 1st class Judician Magistrate Mr. Gonella Krishna was holding court proceedings late into the evening Mr. Sivarao warned the the erring official. Mr Krishna promised to adjourn cases which were not taken up before 5 PM. In response to the letter of the Bar Council regarding the High Court Circular about disposal of cases it was referred to Peddibhotla Veerayya retired member of the Bar and his opinion was placed. The Commissioner of Tirupathi Devasthanam [చాగంటి సాంబయ్య పంతులు గారు, Deputy Collector] sent at his request a set of publications including inscriptions, archeological report and practical work in Telugu and Sanskrit and the same placed in Bar Association Library. First Independence Day was celebrated on a grand scale by the Bezawada Barunder the Presidentship of Mr. Sivarao. National Flag hoisting was done by Mr. Sivaro. Portraits of National leaders were unveiled by Political sufferers including Mushti Lakshminarayana and a pleader’s clerk. All political parties including the groups in the Congress were invited. Christians and Muslmans were also invited. Mr. Ali Raza Baig, subjudge remained in his chamber and did not come out even once! A grand tea party was arranged on a large scale with many courses of menu. The arrangements were done well as all members heartily cooperated. Court clerks and other officers participated. Mr. Sivarao wrote to the Hindu about the impropriety of continuing portraits of British Royal family in the Courts Halls even after independence and suggested a new coat of colour with our flags be exhibited in Court and offices. It was published on 07/08/1947. Mr. Sivaao prepared a Register of Lawyers who practiced in Bezawada up to date. The Forum suggested maintenance of a fair Register. This Register is preserved. In October 1947 the Forum of the Bar rescheduled as follows “in view of India having attained independence this meeting of the Bezawada Bar Association feels the necessity to have an opportunity for all members of the Bar and the Judicary to have Social Contacts including themselves and the public as far as practicable in view of the new set up in the country. The Forum resolved to celebrate and commemorate the inauguration of the Bar Association and suggested that the Governing Body may organize the celebrations of Bar day in December every year. The sub judges Mr. D.R.Venkatesh Iyer and B.Ch. Narayana murthi invited Mr. Sivarao for tea to meet the District Judge Mr. K.V.L. Narasimham to whom Mr. Sivarao did not give tea party on any of the three occasions he came to inspect the Courts. He felt about it and expressed it in his talk. In the party Mr. Sivarao and the District Judge had frank discussions on various subjects. In Dece 1947 the Bar Association Day was celebrated. Judicial officers in the District were invited. In 1951 at the advice of Dr. K.L Rao for submission of a memorandum to the visiting Khosla Committee to Bezawada regarding Krishna River Project , Mr. Sivarao drafted the Memorandum and presented to the Khosala Committee on behalf of the Bar association advocating the Nandi Konda project.
During the proceedings of a case Dr. T.V.S. Chalapathi rao vs Andhra Patrika News Paper at Bezawada in 1960s Mr. Sivarao appeared for Andhra Patrika. When the case was in trial stage assembly election had fallen due and Dr. Chalapathi rao had to contest the elections as Congress MLA. Congressmen attempted to bring pressure on Mr. Sivarao by deputing his friends, Dr. K. L. Rao and Gottipati Brahamaiah for compromise and withdrawal of case. Without his prior knowledge, a compromise petition was filed by the Plaintiff side and he was asked to sign it in the court as Defendant lawyer. He refused to sign it saying he had no instructions from his client. For him, his client’s interest is more important than succumbing to external influences.In another instance, once a presiding judge heckled him saying “I saw many arguments like this” Mr. Sivarao retaliated “your honour has seen many arguments, so also this court”
In cooperative movement in 1920s he actively took part. In 1933 he was nominated as Director of Andhra Cooperative Istitute. And later he also worked as Secretary of Krishna district cooperative Stores with Mr. Cherukpalli Venkatappaiah as its president. When Mr.Singaraju Subbarao was Chairman of Bezawada Coop Society there was a case involving him. Mr. Sivarao appeared on his behalf. In another case where Ayyanki Venkataramanyya garu was also involved in cooperative society case Mr. Sivarao appeared on the other side. He also defended a few freedom fighters in court cases during freedom fight. He defended Dr.Ghantasala Seetharama Sarma, Prof. N.G.Ranga during the course of the freedom movement. On 18/10/1931: Dr.Sarma’s residential qualification to be on the voters’ list is argued by Mr. Sivarao before the election officer. He argued that the period he spent in jail can be condoned as Gandhi Irwin pact remits sentences. On 24/11/1931: Mr Sivarao defended Professor N.G.Ranga in the Mis.Case under Sec 108 CRPC filed before the Joint Magistrate Mr.T.Sivasankar for his presidential speech etc in resettlement agitation.
His work during Salt Satyagraha and Civil Disobedience etc during 1930s
Mr. Sivaro actively worked during Salt Satyagraha, Civil Disobedience and Quit India movements between 1930 to 1947. Mr. Sivarao had noted in his diary major events at national level along with local activity. He writes in his diary “I was restless with the civil disobedience movement that was in the offing after declaration of Independence in Lahore Congress.” In 1924 Mr. ఆయ్యదేవర కాళేశ్వర రావు గారు asked him to write a book on South Africa and gave him a book on South Africa in the series of Story of Nations and encouraged and encouraged him to write. He nominated Sivarago as a member of విజ్ఞాన చంద్రికా మండలి. In 1926 Mr. Sivarao’s friend Cherukupalli Venkatapapayya wrote from Madras a post card “ Sivarao C/o B.Purnaiah, Superintendent of Telegraphs, Bezawada” the card was wrongly delivered to the Superintend of Police and the Telegraph department suspected that Mr. Purnaia garu was involving in civil disobedience movement and suspended him. After police enquiry they revoked suspension.
On 1927 December 2: Bezwada Municipality felicitated భహ్మశ్రీ వేదం వెంకట రామశాస్త్రి గారు He came to attend the Convocation of Andhra University held in Bezawada. .The felicitation hand out was written by Mr. Sivarao. In 1929 February he wrote foreword to the book “అల్లాహో అక్బర్” written by భోగరాజు నారాయణమూర్తి గారు.
1929: in the Cooperative Society News, he wrote about the Poverty in India ‘ భారతదెశ దారిద్యము’ and based on this , I again wrote “ నిరభాగ్య భారతము” in క్రిష్ణా పత్రిక
West Krishna Congress Maha Sangham had published several booklets under a common banner “……రాజకీయపరిజ్ఞానము” . Among these booklets, my works were published. The first one is “సత్యాగ్రహ చరిత్ర” it was printed on 12/03/1930 at ఆంధ్ర గ్రంధాలయ Press. Second one was “నిర్భాగ్య భారతము”. It was printed on 6/04/1930. And the others written by other booklets written by Mr. Sivarao published by West Krishna Congress were: దరిద్ర నారాయణీయము, సత్యాగ్రహ భూమి, సత్యాగ్రహ విజయము, పంచాజ్ఞాయుగము. These publications under “రాజకీయపరిజ్ఞానము” were proscribed by the British Government in November 1933. He was closely involved in the local activities at that time. On 11/04/1930 the 1st batch of Salt styagrah under కుమారరాజా of గంపగూడెం started for చిన్నపురం, near బందరు from Bezawada Dr. Ghantasala.S. Sarma was in the batch. 14/04/1930: Dr.Velidandla Hanumantha rao lead 2nd batch. After a march they went by train to Masulipatnam.. They stayed in the house of Dr. Pattabhi Seetharamayya for the night. 15/04/1930: Dr.Sarma, Dr.Velidandla, and Dr.Pattabhi were at Chinna puram in the morning after coffee the first batch of Satyagrahis under Kumarraja brought salt from Chinnapuram and sold it in the Bundar Bazar. At the peak of the movement in 1930 Mr. Sivarao wrote several pamphlets and booklets which were published by the West District Cogress Committee. In Match 1930 his article “భారతీయుల దారిద్య్రము” అను వ్యాసము సహకారము అనే పత్రికలో and on 10/03/1930 his book “సత్యాగ్రహ చరిత్ర” which was printed at ఆంధ్ర గ్రంధాలయ ప్రెస్ were published. The release of this book was announced as “శుక్ల సంవత్సరము ఫాల్గుణ శు బుధవారము నాడు సత్యాగ్రహ సమర.సుభముహూర్తమున దిగవల్లి వేంకట శివరావు రచించినసత్యాగ్రహ చరిత్ర డా//ఘంటసాల సీతారామ శర్మ, చెరుకుపల్లి వెంకటప్పయ్య, మంచాల సుబ్బారావుగార్ల చే ప్రకటింపబడినది”. On 06/01/1930 his book “నిర్భాగ్య భారతము was” published by the West Krishna District Congress Committee was released as a part of the movement in West Krishna District. Members of Bezawada Bar passed resolution welcoming Civil Disobedience Movement. “I was in great excitement” wrote Mr. Sivarao in his diary. Mr. Sivarao wrote and edited the following books between March - June 1930 which were published by the Congress Committee: , ఆంధ్ర పౌరుషము, కాంగ్రెస్ నిర్మాణ కార్యక్రమము, పాంచజన్యము, దరిద్రనారాయణీయము, బార్డోలీ సత్యాగ్రహ విజయము, విదేశ వస్త్ర బహిష్కారము, బ్రిటిష్ వస్తు బహిష్కారము and సత్యాగ్రహ బోధిని in commemoration of picking up salt by Mahtma Gandhi at Sabarmati. Mr. Sivarao and Cherukupali Venkatappaiah were in charge of publicity work for West Krishna Congress working committee during the movement. He followed the Satyagraha processions on 04/05/1930, and on 08/05/1930 under the leadership of Dr.Velidandla Hanumantha rao. On 10/05/1930 he prepared a printed questionnaire regarding the economic enquiry to be conducted by the Congress workers in villages.
Mr Sivarao describes the developments during the movement in the district as under:
On 15/04/1930 Kumara raja of Gampalagudem and Dr.Velidandla Hanumantha rao sold the salt picked at Chinnapuram, Masulipatnam. 19/04/1930: Nadigama batch under Sri Ayyadevara Kaleswara Rao garu ; started for Masuipatnam 28/04/1930: Sri A. Kaleswararao was sentenced. On 30/04/1930 when Kumar raja of Gampalagudem was produced in the Court of V.S Hejmadi , joint Magistrate Mr. Sivarao writes “ I was present in the Court. We, all the Vakils stood up when the accused entered the court. Mr. Hejmadi was taken aback.” 04/05/1930: Vakils went in procession with Tricolour flags. Many lawyers including very senior advocate Mr. Cidambi Rajagopala Chari joined the procession. 1/05/1930: Mr.A Kaleswara rao ceased to be Chairman of Bezawada Municipal council having gone to jail. Mr.Kodanda Reddy [C.K.Reddy] elected chairman. He continued till 01/12/1930. Dr.G.S.Sarma was sentenced to 18 months RI. He visited villages between 03/05/1930 and 24/05/1930 along with other volunteers. He brought Economic enquiry forms. 21/06/1930: Andhra Ratna Bhavan was taken possession by Police. Under Sec144 Cr Pc was promulgated prohibiting meetings, processions and assemblage of 5 persons and more. On16/06/1930: Dr.Sarma, Veluri Ygnanarayana Sastri , R.Seetha ramasastri, V.Hanumantha rao, Nookala Veera Raghavayya etc were beaten in Rajahmundry Central Jail. On 15/06/1930 they were taken to Vellore central jail. We saw them at the Railway station early morning. Mr. Peesupati Seethakantham, freedom fighter and vakil was assaulted: his Dhoti was removed by the Head Constable at Tiruvuru jail exposing him to ridicule. He filed a case against the Head Constable Mr. Jaffar Sharif Sabeb. The joint Magistrate Mr. Hejmadi fined the constable Rs20/-. It was a lenient punishment, yet the District Collector was angry for punishing the constable. Mr B.Rajarao [బారూ రాజారావు] was released from Dhulia Jail broke his journey at Bezawda on his way to Rajahmundry, met Mr. Sivarao and dined with him. 02/03/1931: Andhra Ratna Bhavan handed over to Mr. Sivarao by Police as he was the only congress man outside (jail) and he along with party volunteers and Cherukupalli Venkatappayya made preparations to receive congress leader released from jail. The Building was white washed and the doors were painted by both of them. Batch after Batch of congress leadrs, volunteers, and Desa Sevikas arrived. Mrs. G.Durgabai (wife of Ramarao), Srungara kavi, Lakshmanrao etc etc arrived and raised slogans “nahi dharenge” .07/03/1931: Flag hoisting ceremony was held for SriT.Prakasam Pantulu garu in Andhra Ratna Bhavan. 12/03/1931: Dr.G.S.Sarma and other released from Vellore jail. On14/03/1931 they arrived at Bezwada and Mr. Sivarao and others received them at Railway station,18/03/1931: West Krihna Congress committee meeting. 14/04/1931: APCC meeting at 2 pm. 20/04/1931: Mr. Vangala Ramayya wanted to start an agency for Swarajya at Bezawada. 10/05/19131: Mr. T.Prakasam came to Bezawada to collect funds. 10/03/1931: Satyagraha sanmana sabha at Mudunuru. Dr. Sarma and Matam BalSubramnaya Gupta attended. On 12/03/1930 ‘Dandi march of Mahatma Gandhi commences. Members of Bezawada Bar passed resolution welcoming Civil Disobedience Movement. “I was in great excitement” writes Mr. Sivarao. In anticipation of his being jailed in this movement, on 06/04/1930 Mr. Sivarao had executed a trust deed in favour of his mother to hold his properties in trust for his children and discharge debts by selling the same. As anticipated, very soon Police booked him on charges of ‘spreading civil disobedience ‘ u/s108 of CRP.
During the freedom movement Mr. Sivarao , as a lawyer was acting as amicus curie with the permission of the court for many prominent congress leaders who were arrested and produced in the court as respondents as in the case of Gampalagudem Kumar Raja and Dr. Ghantasala Sarma garu. In the sedition case No MC46/30 filed against Mr. Sivarao for taking part in civil disobedience movement Mr. Sivarao was himself a respondent and also his own lawyer . The Circle Inspector deposed like this “I am the Circle inspector of Bezawdada . I know the respondent. He took active part in civil disobedience campaign and is assisting all most all the civil resisters who were prosecuted by giving legal assistance. I also found him in Congress building whenever I went to arrest members there”. That will show how Mr. Sivaro used to serve freedom movements as a lawyer and congress volunteer.
1st Sedition case against Mr. Sivarao: On 23/06/1930 Police searched Mr. Sivarao’s house. They took away some books etc. July 1930: N.L.N.Swami the circle inspector tried to seize the minute’s book of Bar Association which contained the resolution welcoming Satyagraha. On 25/08/1930 a sedition case MC 46/30 Govt vs D.V. Siva rao under Sec 108 CRP was filed against Mr. Sivarao by the Circle Inspector before V.S.Hejmadi Joint Magistrate Bezawada . Mr.Cidambi Rajagopala chari, senior advocate and other members of Bezawada Bar came to his house and persuaded Mr. Sivarao to contest the proceedings lest they start hauling up office bearers and other members of the Bezawada Bar for passing the resolution welcoming Satyagraha. Mr. Sivarao conceded their request and contested the case and a petition was filed on 16/10/1930 to quash the proceedings for want of appropriate Sanctions. In his deposition the Circle Inspector, L.N.L Swami describes Mr. Sivarao’s activities were in furtherance of Civil Disobedience. On 17/07/1930: Statement of Karlapalem Kodanda ramayya garu , Andhra Grandhalaya Press to Circle Inspector. During the trial several freedom fighters were called as witnesses. They include Uppuluri Lakhmi narasimharao S.V.Krishnaiah Naidu Vijayaraghavulu Naidu , Bhirava Swami Special Duty SI, Mr. Suryadevara Ramachandra Rao. Manchala Venkata Subbarao
Nalluri Papayya Chowdari garu and Veluri Yegnanarayana garu were brought from Vellore jail as witnesses with police escort to give evidence in his case. But were not examined as the joint Magistrate allowed the petition filed by Mr. Sivarao and dropped the proceedings for want of sanctions from Governor in Council. The Govt incurred lot of expenditure for the Police guards of the witnesses for prosecution brought from Vellore. On 30/10/1930: Proceeding dropped for want of sanction. From the documents submitted by the police it surfaced that Police had corresponded with the Magistrate to get the advocate license of Mr. Sivarao cancelled.

2nd Sedition case against Mr. Sivarao:
15/01/1931: The Circle Inspector filed a new case MC 8/31 under Sec 108 CRPC in the court of Joint Magistrate against Mr. Sivarao after obtaining sanctions from the Governor in Council even without reference to the Advocate General and the hearing was started on 9/01/1931. But Gandhi Irwin Pact was signed on 30th January 1930 and the case was withdrawn on 30/04/1931 by GO No.374 M.S dated 15/03/1931 passed permitting withdrawal of MS 8/31 against Mr. Sivarao. Mr.T. Sivasankara Iyer, Joint Magistrae, Bezawada discharged him.
2nd time Search on 02/02/1932: Mr. Sivarao’s house was again searched for the second time during civil disobedience movement.The police seized Mr. Sivarao’s publications which were proscribed by the Government. They also took away another book “ Story of Bardoli ” written by Mahadev Desai from Mr. Sivarao’s library although it was not proscribed. Mr. Sivarao wrote about this to the Joint Magistrate Mr. Henington who replied to him that the said book would be sent to the Magistrate for further examination and will be returned. But that book did not come back at all.

His work during the 1932 civil disobedience movement:
Mahatma Gandhi realized that as long the people and Government employees obediently follow the British, the people can not effectively resist the British Governement Therefore he conceived the civil disobedience as an effective tool for getting freedom from the British rule. Mr. Sivarao told this fact in his felicitation meeting in 1966.
April 1932: He worked in collaboration with Dr. Chelikani Rama Rao of Coconada to print congress literature at Bangalore and distribute it in these parts. He carried on correspondence under pseudonym; S.Venkatarao. One Mr. A. Janardhanra an insurance agent helped him as a post box. Mr.Jagannadha Doss and Dharanipragada Seshagiri rao who were working at Madras collect funds and send for running day to day activity during the movement
He wrote a number of pamphlets exhorting loyalists, Governmnt servants and Police to be aware that the country is bound to attain freedom and the congress rule is inevitable and they must answer for their misdeeds.
He assisted and edited in running a parallel journal called “Ready” while Mr. Anne Anjaneyulu was publishing the real journal in fields. The cyclostyled edition is clearly written and neatly done and is on a high level with good news and articles. (Mr. వేలూరి యజ నారాయణ గారు, నూకల రామస్వామి గారు and his assistants got this done) Mr. Sivarao used to prepare monthly, quarterly and half yearly reports of Congress work done and send it to 40 addresses in the District including the Magistrate, and Police officers. He used to write pamphlets with titles “దేశద్రోహులకు హెచ్చరిక, ఉద్యోగులకు హెచ్చరిక, పోలీసు వారి కి హెచ్చరిక,” get them cyclostyled. These pamphlets were later printed and distributed ఇవి అచ్చుకూడా వేయబడినవి. On 14/07/1932 he sent an appeal to the members of the Madras Legislature Councilors regarding the Police excesses in Krithna District with facts and figures of police beatings from the records of peoples Hospital run by Dr.Sivalanka Mallikarjuna Rao. In August 1932 he prepared two Reports on Congress work inWest Kirshna District and Andhra on behalf of Andhra Provincial Congress Committee and West Krishna Congress Committee and managed to pass it on to Madan Mohan Malvyaji through Mr.Rudra, Principal of Benares Hindu University. It was duly published in the Congress bulletin issued by AICC on15/10/1932. The AICC Bulletin made special mention of report of West Krishna Congress. On 5th September 1932 when India Leauge Delegation came to Bezawada Mr.Sivarao met them and gave a memorandum about congress demands. 04/01/1932 Orders under section 144 CRPC were promulgated generally and also served on Dr.G.Sarma and others. The pamphlet “దరిద్రనారాయణ “written by Mr. Sivarao in 1930 was proscribed by the Govt under press regulation ordinance [see Saint George Gazette 1932 ]. On 09/01/1932 Mr.A.Kaleswara Rao, Katragadda Madhusudhana Rao, and Kakumanu Lakshayya Chowdari were put up for trial before S.A. Venkataratnam, M.A., I.C.S Joint Magistrate, and Bezawada. For distributing pamphlets written by Mr. Sivarao - నిర్భాగయ భారతము, విదేశ వస్త్ర బహిష్కారము, బ్రిటిష్ వస్తు బహిష్కారము etc.. The Joint Magistrate remarked that whoever may have written them the language appears to be violent. The Superintendent of Police sat on the dais along with the Joint Magistrate during the trial! On 02/02/1932 his house was searched by the Police sub inspectors. They took away a number of his books including the Story of Bardoli by Mahadev Desai although it is not a proscribed book. On 29/01/1932 Mrs. Katragadda Ramaseethamma garu, mother of Madhusudhana rao was arrested for celebrating Independence Day on 26/01/1932 in Mogalrajpuram. She was sentenced to 6months with fine. The fine was realized by seizing the bangles on her hand and those of her daughter in law! On 12/02/1932 Mr. Sivarao complained to Mr. Hanington, Joint Magistrat, and Bezawada about the illegal seizure of a book which was not proscribed. Mr. Hanigton in his letter promised to make an enquiry.Subsequently the joint Magistrate wrote to Mr. Sivarao saying that he sent the book to the Magistrate for further investigation. It was not returned at all. On 01/03/1932 three women who picketed cloth shops in Bezawada were harassed by the police without being allowed to answer calls of nature or beaten. They were at last taken to 90 miles away from Bezawada and left on the road. On 13/02/1932 a blind man, భువనవడియం నాగభూషణం who carried a tricolor flag was beaten by the Police. On 20/02/1932 the Joint Magistrate, Mr.Hamington sent him an endorsemtn saying that the story of Bardoli is likely to escalate disaffection against the Governement and cannot be rturned to me. It is sent to the District Magistrate to obtain orders form the Governement. On 02/04/1932 Mr.Vedantam Someswara Sastri, congressman of 60 years was beaten till his clothes were soaked with blood. On13/04/1932 volunteers celebrated the Jalianwalla Baugh and were beaten by Police. On 27/04/1932 Bezawada Post office is picketed by volunteers. They are all beaten by police. Mr.Sivarao dedicated his book Dominion status published in 1933 to డా. వెలిదండ్ల హనుమంతరావు గారు in a public meeting at Ramamohan Libray, Bezawada and spoke in the meeting at the request of the president of the meeting,కొండా వెంకటప్పయ్య గారు. He dedicated his Kathalu Gadhalu part I to Vadrevu Narsimharao, G. S. Sarma and Cherukupalli Venkatappaiah. He dedicated his book Visalandramu Vismruthandhramu to Mallampalli Somasekshara Sarma.

Mr. Sivarao helps in publication of others’ books
1. Basavaraju Apparao’s “గేయాలు” was published in September 1934 at the instance of Mr. Sivarao at Andhra Grandhalaya press
2. Satavadhani Veluri Sivarama Sastri’s “ఏకవళి was printed in 1940 at ఆంధ్ర గ్రంధాలయ ప్రెస్సు. At a time when printing paper was in scarce and rationed due to 2nd World War, Mr. Sivarao specially arranged to buy paper from abroad and got the book “ఏకవళి” printed in ఆంధ్ర గ్రంధాలయ ప్రెస్సు in December 1940. Veluri Sivaramasastry garu described this as magnanimity, to quote in his words “కాగితం తెప్పించటం పుస్తకం ముద్రించట .గంభీరమైన ఉదారత. మీ ఔదార్యాన్ని స్వీకరించడానికి నేను తపస్సుచేసి వుండాలి లేదా ఇప్పుడు చేయాలి”.
March 8 to April 1939: Immortal message edited by C.V.Reddy at Bezawada published at his instance the life of Gazula Lakhmi Narasu Chetty in English by Parameswara Pillai.

  1. Mr. Sivarao also helped the family of late Basavaraju Apparao: He filed legal case against the unauthorized playing of Basavaraju Apparao’ songs. He ensured to get proper compensation paid to the family of late Basavaraju Apparao when his songs were played without permission and money earned by playing them. With the consent of Mr.Apparao’s wife he filed a suit in 1936 [OS 45/36 ] in Masulipatnam Court against Mr. Banda Kanakalingeswara rao who was playing the songs earning money. That case was filed through his friend, Kalipatnam Narasimha Murthi of Masulipatnam. Mr Kankalingeswararo paid compensation to the family of Apparao. Basavaraju Apparao’s poems were published by The Apparao Memorial Committee at his instance. He wrote a short life sketchof Apparao “మా వూరు” byPalaparthi. 30/03/1972:
  2. At the request of Gorrepati Venkata Subbaiah garu , Mr Sivarao helped him by correcting the biography of Mutnuri Krishna rao garu. He revised the first 8 pages and got them reprinted
  3. 1929 February he wrote foreword to the book “అల్లాహో అక్బర్” written by భోగరాజు నారాయణమూర్తి గారు

Mr. Sivarao refused to arrange dinner parties for politicians:
On 18/04/1948 K.M. Munshi came to Bezawada after visiting borders. Mr. Ayyadevara Kaleswara rao asked Mr. Sivarao whether he could arrange a party in honour of Munshiji. Mr. Sivarao expressed his regret and said “I cannot foot the bill for Congressmen”

He actively participated in Andhra Agitation in 1972-73
02/12/1972: Andhra Prabha published his article “సత్యాగ్రహమునకు సమయము”.
On 02/12/1972 he drafted resolution and addressed the Bar Association about the decision of the Prime minister. It was sent to the press. He drafted a Satyagraha pledge. The joint statement (in the context of Andhra –Telangana problem ) issued by Mr. Sivarao and Jayanthipuram Zamindar, Raja Vasireddy Durga Sadasiveswara Prasad garu on 02/12/172 was published in the ఆంధ్ర జ్యోతి and దైనిక జాగరణ . On 09/08/1972 Mr. Sivarao gave a lecture on History of Indian Nationalism in the Bar Association. He addressed Lawyers convention of the Bezawada Bar Association on 07/12/1972.His article in “వారధి” పత్రిక published in a special issue was distributed. On 06/12/1972 he gave a draft resolution for the Convention of the lawyers. President of the convention requested me to attend and speak a few words. On 07/12/1972: He addressed Lawyers’ convention of the Bar Associatio and agreed to pledge and gave it to the Presidetnt of Bar Association. He filed a Writ petition in the High Court for imposing illegal curfews during Andhra Agitation. In 1973 during Andhra Agitation against Mulki rules in Telangana curfew was imposed to quell the agitation. In February 1973 Mr. Sivara filed a writ in the High Court through his junior colleague, Mr. Y.V. Hanumantha Rao and further filed a rejoinder affidavit also by him in June 1973. Justice Chinnapa Reddi of A,P High Court ordered notices to Govt and ordered not to promulgate curfew again!. Mr. Sivara wrote a pamphlet in March 1973 “who is responsible for violence?” On 02/02/1973 Mr. Sivarao‘s on curfew was published in the Indian Express and Andhra Prabha published translation of his letter on curfew. He prepared notes for writ on curfew to be filed by Y.V.Hanumantha rao, advocate Vijayawada. Mr. Sivarao also prepared a memorandum based on Constitutional law of Seervai which was sent to the Governor through Mr. Hanumantha rao. He also sent wire to PM and Governor.01/01/1973: He prepared an article on the problem of Andhra –Telangana. He considered it as Fraud on the constitution.
Copy right case against A.P State Archives [Oriental Manuscripts Library and Research Institute]
In early 1975 Oriental Manuscripts Library and Research Institute [State Archives] had produced an English version of Yenugula Veeraswamayya gari Kasi yatra charitra. Mr. P. Sitapati I A S, and Mr. V.Purushotham as Editors with a preface by Joint Director of State Archives Sri Vadlamudi Gopala Krishnaih. Within a few days of the release of the English version, Dr.G.N.Reddy Prof. of S. V. University gave a talk on A I R about Yenugula Veeraswamayya gari Kasi yatra charitra and said that 1941 Edition of Mr. Sivarao is being translated into English. Mr. Sivarao did lot of original work in bringing out the 3rd Edition of this book in 194. 1st Edition of 1838 and second of 1860 contained archaic and quaint Tamil-Telugu dialectic words and had no punctuations nor any map of journey. Mr. Sivarao in his 1941 edition did lot of efforts to deciphering the quaint and archaic language introduced paragraphs and punctuations, giving elaborate foot notes and glossary terms used in the first two editions and also incorporated and also a rout map of journey of Veeraswamayya garu from Madras to Benares. Hence as an Editor he did lot of original work and therefore he registered his copy right under Press and Registration of Books Act 1867 as 1951 Copy right Act has no provision for registration. Mr. Sivarao compared theEnglish version with his 1941 edition and found a lot tell tale errors and foot notes translated into English which established the fact of infringement and therefore filed a case in 1975 against State Archives seeking for possession of the infringed copies and also payment of compensation of Rs 20000/-. But the lower court dismissed the suit interpreting law of copy right for Editing. Mr. Sivarao had appealed to higher Court in 1977 in spite of his advancing age. What had happened to this appeal is being searched.

Opinions received on his books. Large number of people from various walks of life on their own, from far and wide within and outside Andhra Pradesh wrote letters appreciating Mr.Sivarao’s interesting articles of historical importance and books. They include very prominent scholars to common teachers, poets, businessmen, doctors, journalists, politicians and officials and Telugu people working outside India etc. It would be a herculean task to list their names here. However names of a few prominent people who sent their opinions include: Chilakamarthi Lakshminarsimham, Chellapilla Venkata Sastri garu, Veluri Sivarama Sastry, Suravaram Pratapa Reddy, Madpati Hanumantha rao, Veturi Prabhakara Sastry, Cuttamanchi Ramalinga Reddy, Swami Chirantananda of Ramakrishan Muth,Alladi Krishnaswami Aiyer (he said Sivarao’s dictionary of Scientific terms of 1934 was fist of its kind in those days) , Narla venkateswararao.
Editorials and reviews on his books and work
His articles and books were reviewed by many eminent people. To list a few:
19/11/1933: The Hindu reviewed his book, Dominion Status very favourably.praising that it is book of comparative politics.
19/06/1934: The Hindu reviews his book the dictionary of Technical Terms, says that it is a useful publication.
02/09/1933: Andhra Patrika wrote an Editorial on it
In 1938 Prajamitra and Pratibha news papers wrote editorial on Mr.Sivarao literary work.
In 1944 Krishna Patrika wrote editorial on his works.
04/01/1943: Golconda Patrika , Hyderabad reviews his book Kasiyatra charithra- Mr. Pratapa Reddy pays tribute to his zeal (సురవరం ప్రతాప రెడ్డి గారు) 25-05-1946 ఆంధ్ర పత్రిక ఆదివారం సంచికలో భూమిరైతురాజు గురించి సమీక్ష.
20/01/1959: మల్లంపల్లి సోమశేఖర శర్మ గారు reviewed his book సన్యాసుల స్వాతంత్ర సమరములు in Visalandhra
20/12/1959:. Andhra Prabha reviews his book African Nationalism favourably
02/01/1972: Mr. G. Krishna Sub editor, Indian Express published an article about me and V.D.S Prasad garu as “two scholar politicians” in the Indian Express
1956: Mr. Khandavalli. Lakshmiranjanam M.A, former Professor of Telugu, Osmania University wrote to him praising his article on Andhra History from 1675 to 1900 and asked me to write another article up to date.
1977: Akkiraju Ramapathi rao garu authored article about Mr. Sivarao
11/07/1980: Thirumala Ramachandra authored about me in Andhra Sachitra vara patrika
He was interviewed and His Reminiscences Recorded
On 12/11/1974: Dr. P.Satyanrayana rao, Director Regional Secretary Indian Council of Social Science Research Osmania Campus tape recorded Mr. Sivarao’s answers to a number of questions. On 26/02/1979 when Prof. Sarojini Regani, i/c of who is who of freedom movement sent representative for recording reminiscences of Mr. Sivarao, he first refused saying that that is a practicing lawyer and did not go to jail. However when they convinced him that the publication which Govt is bringing out is about those who contributed to national movements he conceded and given his reminiscences. In August 1980 the sub editor of Indian Express Mr. Neelamraju Muralidhar came with staff photographer and took Mr. Sivarao’s photograph. On 18/07/1986 when he was residing at his Jubilee Hills residence, త్రిపురనేని వెంకటేశ్వరావు గారు, నర్రా కోట.య్య గారు came and took a video record of his interview

He was honoured by the Govt of Andhra Pradesh in 1966 at Vijayawada under the chairmanship of DR.T.V.S Chalapathi Rao, M.P
He was honoured by Vemana Vikasa Kendram of Tripuraneni Venkateswara rao in 1986 under the chairmanship of Justice A.P Chowdary on 09/11/1986 in Rotary Hall, Viajayawada. About 2000 people attended this meeting.
All India Telugu conference hounoured him
A, P History Congress honoured him twice in absentia
22/09/1986: కోదాటి నారాయణరావుగారు of గాంధీ స్మారక నిధి requested him again (earlier in 1985 also they invited him) to come for the felicitation ceremony. But Mr. Sivarao did not attend. But both the times he refused.

His articles in English
Most of his articles were inTelugu; he published a few articles in English as well. To recollect a few of them:
In 1923 "The cultural History of the Andhras" was published in the annual number of Telugu Samachar, Bombay.
30/12/1939: “Freedom of India for self rule” was published in the paper, The Sunday News edited by Dasu Trivikrama Rao Bar at Law. Vani Press, Vijayawada.
1939: In the same paper another article “Sanatana Dharma whither drifting?” was also published in The Sunday News.
In May 1939 his article ‘Life of John Bruce Norton’ was published by అమృత సందేశము (Immortal Message an English-Telugu Monthly Magazine, Edited by Mr. C.V. Reddi and S.D.Sarma, Bezawada. He also published two more articles in English “Christianization of India” in May 1940 and “Hindu Muslim Civilization in Feb 1941 ” in the same Magazine .
October 1954: “The National Insignia” his broadcast speech on AIR was published by Gummididal Venkata Subbara Rao garu In ఆంధ్ర కేసరి టంగుటూరి ప్రకాశం శత జయంతోత్సవ సంచిక.
16/12/1972: His article in the Indian Express “Party discipline and Democracy”
On 01/02/1979 The Indian Express reproduced his old article on Bezawada relating to Sri Durga.
In 1980 He wrote for the Andhra Medical Association Provincial Conference Suvenir about Bezawada
05/02/1986: Indian Express published his letter about Rajiv Gandhi being Congress President
October 1985: His article in Theosophist “Tallapragada Subbararao”
26/01/1986: Review in News Times of my book Andhra ……….

Some authors who mentioned him in their works
1. బౌధ్ధ మహా యుగం published by విజ్ఞాన చంద్రికా గ్రంధమాల in 1925. The Author, Mr. Veluri Satyanarayana mentioned about the help Mr. Sivarao’s help in the introduction
2. శ్రీ వాసిరెడ్డి సదాశివేశ్వర ప్రసాద్,( జయంతిపురం జమీందారు) గారు in his’ గీతామృతం’.
3. గొర్రెపాటి వెంకట సుబ్బయ్య గారు in ‘మితృలు నేను’
4. పెద్దిభొట్ల వీరయ్య గారు in స్వీయచరిత్ర
5. అయ్యదేవర కాళేశ్వర రావు గారు in స్వీయ చరిత్ర
6. దాసు విష్ణు రావుగారు in స్వీయ చరిత్ర 1939

Names of a few books dedicated to Mr. Sivarao
1. విశ్వనాధ సత్య నారాయణగారి ప్రళయ నాయడు in 1960s
2. బంగోరె [బండి గోపాల రెడ్డి] గారి బ్రౌను జాబులు. In 1973
3. అక్కిరాజు రమాపతి రావు గారి కొమ్మర్రాజు లక్ష్మణ రావుగారి జీవిత చెరిత్ర in 1978
4. Dr. N. Gopi’s “పారిస్ ప్రతి వేమన పద్యాలు” in 1988
His Speeches
He was reluctant to attend meetings and deliver speeches. However there were a few exceptions:
On 11/11/1938 All India Radio, Madras , Director of Pragammes offered him to talk on translation of scientific terms. But Mr.Sivarao did not availed the offer.
06/02/1951 Mr.Siarao’s speech in English on Krishna Devaraya was broadcast from AIR, Madras station
16/10/1953: Mr. Sivarao’s talk on National Flag in English, AIR, Bezawada studio.
In 1960 he addressed the All India Telugu writers Conference in Hyderabad on British period.
22/01/1969: His speech on అయ్యదేవర కాళేశ్వర రావు గారి జయంతి సభ, at రామమోహన తైబ్రరీ హాలు, Viajayawada
31/05/1981: Mr. Sivarao had delivered మాడపాటి స్మారకోపన్యాసము on గ్రామ రాజకీయాలు for one hour at కృష్ణదేవరాయ భాషానిలయం . He addressed Bezawada Bar Association meetings and conventions several times. He also addressed a few times in Ramamohan Library in the meetings in honour of few eminent people
28/11/1982: Lions Club, Cherukupalli under the Presidentship of Dr.Kodali Paparao Mr. Sivarao spoke on దేశ చెరిత్ర పై మత ప్రభావము

His literary work continued after his 85th year.
After his 85th birthday on 14/02/1983 he published 32 articles in Samalochana, 3 in Jamin Ritu, 8 in Udayama, 10 in Andhra Prabha daily and 2 in weekly. He was very actively writing and publishing articles, meeting people and giving suggestions for literary work till 990. In Samalocahan magazine which had published many of his articles with last one being in 1988 had stopped because it’s editor Mr. Sastry died in 1988. Mr. Sivara was a tenacious worker and did a through study of given subject. Till 1990 his articles were appearing in one paper or the other. On 25/04/1983 Mr. Sivarao sent open letter to the Chief Minister by Registered Post and the same was published. 04/05/1983 M.P. R.Reddi of Jawhar Bharati, Kavali wrote to Mr. Sivara praising his Open letter to the CM. On 26/02/1983: Katragadda Madhusudhana rao and one Ex-Minister came to see him along with Madala Venkateswararao requesting him to help for the history of West Kirhsna Congress. At a later date when the volume on History of Krishna District Congress came out of press on 13/12/1983 Mr. Sivarao lamented that it was not up to his expectations. Mr. Sivarao’s hand written notes from various sources which he gathered over a long time are in many bundles They would serve as valuable source material to many research scholars for several doctoral degrees. Preserving them would be problem in a long run. Telugu Academy invited suggestion of Mr. Sivarao about మాండలిక పరిశోదన. Mr. Sivarao noted in his diary that Vemana poems have lot of historical aspects and intends to do further research on this topic..In 1981 October Dr. Gopi presented his books to Mr. Sivarao. In Nov1981 ఆరుద్ర met Mr. Sivarao. His book on Veeresalingam Velugu needalu was published in 1987 by Vemana Vikasakendram when he was past 90 years. That was his last among his published books. He left behind many more unpublished manuscripts which are listed at the end.


Neelapaninda (1917) (1929)
Pothanala-Vemanala Yugamu (1922) (1924): The age of Pothana and Vemana and their place in Telugu literature.
Hindu Dharma Sastra Sangrahamu (1926).
Hinduvula Runamulu, Anyakranthamulu(1926): Hindu Law of debts and alienations.
Dakshina Africa (1928): A history of the country (South Africa) its people and problems and Gandhiji’s . Satyagraha. Pp 435. Published by Vijnana Chandrika Mandali. Dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi [Gandhiji wrote a post card dated 26/02/1927.
Neelapaninda (1929): a social Novel of Zamindari Life. Approved by the Text book committee.
Satyagraha charitra (1930)
Nirbhagya Bharatamu (1930)
Daridra narayaneyamu(1930)
Bardoli Satyagraha vijayamu (1930)
British vasthu bhahishkaaramu (1930)
Vidhesa vastra bhahiskaramu (1930)
Satyagrah bhodhini (1930)
Andhra Pourushamu(1930)
Pancha Janyamu(1930)
Dominian Status (1933) : (adhinivesha swarajyamu) A book of comparative politics and law of the constitution.
Bharata Desa stitigatulu (1933): Statistics.
Sahakara vasthu nilayodyamamu (1933):
Rochadale pioneers and cooperative Store movement. Pp 75. Published by Krishna District Cooperative Federation.
Vyavahara Kosamu (1934): Enlish –Telugu Dictionary, Technical terms. Sastra pari basha(1935): English-Telugu Dictionary, scientific terms.
Naveena Arthika Neethi(1936): New Economic Policy or the Russian Experiment. Pp 60 published by the Andhra Rastra Rytu Sangham.
Nutana India Rajyangamu (1936)
Naveena Russia Ardhikaneeti (1936)
Rashtriya swparipalanamu(1936) Provincial Autonomy under Govt. of India Act 1936.
British India Charitra (1937)
Bharata Desamuna British Rajyatantrayugamu (1938): A constitutional and a. A constitutional and Economic History of British Rule in India.
Uncle Tom Katha (1937): Uncle Tom Cabin retold
Vyavasayadarula Runa vimochana chattamu (1938): English-Telugu Dictionary and technical terms.
Angla Rajyangamu (1938): English Constitution.
Federation nijaswarupamu (1939): The Federal Constitution of India. co-authored with Dr.Bhogaraju Seetharamaiah.
Yenugula Veeraswamayya Gari Kasi Yatra Charitra (1941)
Kathalu-gadhalu 4 Parts (1943, 1944, 1945, 2008)
Adimanavasula Yudhamu (1958).
Africa Jatiyodyamamu (1959): African Nationalism pp354. Published by the Telugu Academy of History and Science. Released by President Dr.Rajendra Prasad
1857 Poorvarangamulu (1957) (1965)
Sanyasula Swatanta Smaramulu (1958): the sanyasi rebellion. 1857
Mana Andhratvamu (1962).
Praja Prabhutwamu (1966).
Mana Police Vyavastha (1966). The Rule of Law and the Bezwada Bar(1975).
History of Bezawada Bar Association (1975)
Vismrutandhramu Visalandhramu (1980).
Veeresalingam Velugu needalu (1985)

        His unpublished books

Kathalu gadhalu parts V and VI, 1857., Purva rangamulu, part ii., 1757-1857 swatantra samaramulu., Andhra Pradesh charitra in 3 parts., Lokamanya Tilak., Angla Prabhu bhakti yugamu.,Bishop Hebar Bharata Desa yatra. Congress purvarangamulu., Jeevita gadhalu. Impact of Caste on history.,The Godavari District( 1794-1856). Life and Times of Digavalli Timmarazu (1794-1856), Village Politics and in Andhra Desa. , Veeresalingam and his times. Osman Alikhan., History of Madras. Tallapragrada Subba Rao et cetera


భారతి లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసముల సూచిక
( Monthly magazine of Andhra Patrika News Paper , published from Madras )
Date of publication name of the article
1924 May: ప్రాచీన ఆర్య స్త్రీలు (Praacheena Aary Streelu)
1924 June: ప్రకృతి సౌందర్య స్వభావ ప్రదర్శ నములు (PrakrutiSoundarya Swabhava . pradarsanamulu)
1925 August: హిందూ ధర్మ శాస్త్ర పరిణామములు (Hindu Dharma Sastra Parinamamulu)
1925 November: కైకేయి (Kaikeyee)
1926 June: ఆంధ్ర వాజ్ఞయ యుగము (Aandhra Vanjmaya yugamu)
1927 June: ఖండాంతర భారతీయులు (Khandanthara Bharatiyulu)
1927 December: జాతీయ కళా పరిణామములు- కులవిద్య ( Jathiya Kalaparinamamulu- Kulavidya)
1928 జులై ఖండాతర భారతీయులు
1928 జూలై రాణీ మంగమ్మ గారు
1928 March: డొమీనియన్ ప్రభుత్వము- కెనడా (Dominion Prabhutwamu, Canada)
1931 April: డొమీనయమ్ ప్రభుత్వము- ఆస్ట్రేలియా (Dominion Prabhutvamu----Australia)
1931 November: బ్రిటిష్ డొమీనయన్ ప్రభుత్వ స్వాతంత్రములు ( British Dominion Prabhutva Swatantramulu)
1934 May: కొత్త రష్యా – పాత రష్యా (Kottha Russia- Paatha Russia)
1934 July: Review of vyavahara kosam written by ఒంగోలు వెంకట రంగయ్య గారు in Bharathi
1935 September: సామ్యవాదము (Samyavadamu)
1935 November: -do-
1936: Articles on సోవియట్ రష్యా గూర్చిన కొన్ని అపోహలు(Soviet Russia)
1938 August: దొరల వైఖరిలో మార్పు (Dorala Vykharilo maarpu)
1939 April: రాజారామమోహనరాయలు (Raja Rama Mohan Roy…)
1939 Septmeber: బుక్కర్ వాషింగటన్ (Bukkar Washington)
1940 August : చిలకసముద్రం కలక్టర్ ( Chilaka samudram collector)
1941 May: తల్లాప్రగడ సుబ్బారావు గారు ( Tallapragada Subba rao garu)
1943 February: అక్బర్ కాలమునాటి భారతదేశము( Akbar kalamunati Bharata desamu)
1943 March: ఇంగ్లీష్ నాగరికతా ప్రభావము (English Naagarikata prabhavamu)
1943 April: కందనూర్ నవాబు రాజరిక్కము (Kandanoor Navabu Rajarikkamu)
1943 July: దేశాభిమానము అంటే? (Desabhimanamu Ante ?)
1943 September: రాజమహేంద్రవరములో జిల్లా శిరస్తదార్(Rajamahendra varam lo Jilla Seristadar)
1943 February: పచ్చయ్యప్ప మొదలియార్ (Pachayappa Modaliar)
1944 March: మన ముసల్మానులు భారతీయులు కారా? (mana musalmanulu Bharatiyulu kara ?)
1944 April: జగద్గురు తత్వభోధక స్వామి Jagadguru Tatvabhodhaka Swamy …..
1944 July: వాటికావలి తిమ్మన్న (Vaati kavali Thimmanna)
1945 January: పన్నాభాయి లక్ష్మీ సోదెమ్మ (Pannabai Laxmi Sodemma)
1945 February: నాగలింగప్రతిమారాధన (Naga Linga Pratimaradhana )
1945 March: మధురనేలిన తెలుగు నాయకులు (Madhura nelina Telugu Nayakulu)
1945 April: do
1946 December: సేలం దొరలు అణచిన రాజద్రోహము (Salem Doralu Anachina Raja Drohamu)
1947 Janauary: do
1952 జూన్ దళవాయి రామప్పయ్యగారు

ప్రజా మిత్ర , బెజవాడ.(edited by గూడవల్లి రామభ్రహ్మం గారు from Bezwada and also From Madras)
Date of publication name of the article
29/12/1935: నూతన ఇండియా రాజ్యాంగము (Nootana India Rajyangamu)
19/01/1936: ఇంగ్లండులో సార్వజనక హక్కులు (Englandulo Sarvajanaka Hakkulu)
26/01/1936: అధినివేశ స్వరాజ్యము (Adhinivesa Swarajyamu)
23య02య1936 డిటో
29య04య1936 బ్రిటన్ దేశం ఎలా వికాసం పొందినది
23/02/1936: ఇండియా రాజ్యాంగము, అధినివేశ స్వరాజ్యము (India Rajyangamu, Adhinivesa Swarajyamu continued.
27/06/1936: అదినివేశ స్వరాజ్యము continued in Praja Mitra or Andhra Patrika?
అమృత సందేశము వ్రాసిన వ్యాసముల సూచిక {immortal message. An English-Telugu Monthly Magazined edited by C.V. Reddi Bezawada}
Date of publication name of the article
1939 May: జాన్ బ్రూస్ నార్టన్ ( John Bruce Norton)
1939 June: రామ్ గోపాల్ ఘోష్ (Ram Gopal Ghosh)
సమదర్శిని [ Published from Madras]
1930 అంకుల్ టామ్ కధ
ప్రభాతము , published from బెజవాడ
ప్రజల ప్రాతిపదిక హక్కులు
స్వదేశ సంస్ధానములు
వసుమతి [ Published from Madras]
1941 హిందూ మహమదీయుల భారతీయ సఖ్యత[Hindu Mahammadiyula sakhyata]
1941 భారత జాతీయ చైతన్యము- రాజారామమోహనరాయలు[Bharata Jateeya chitanyamu]
గ్రంధాలయ సర్వస్వము, బెజవాడ
1923 ఫిబ్రవరి భారతీయుల నాటక లక్షణములు

05/02/1941: ఏనుగుల వీరస్వామయ్య గారి కాశీయాత్ర చెరిత్ర
క్రిష్ణా పత్రిక లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసముల సూచిక(published from Machilipatnam, founder Mutnuri Krishna Rao garu)
1932: కృష్ణా జిల్లాలో పోలీసు అత్యాచారములు
From 1/03/1941 to 1/05/1941: Series of articles on ఇంగ్లీషు చదువుల చరిత్ర Krishna patrika
Date of publication Name of the article
1/03/1941: జ్యార్జ్ నార్టన్, రాఘవాచార్యులు, కోమలేశ్వరపురం స్రీనివాస పిల్లై, ఏనుగుల వీరస్వామయ్య గార్ల కృషి
8/03/1941: పూర్వ విద్యా పీఠముల చరిత్ర , కలకత్తా లో ఇంగ్లీషు కాలేజీల సంస్తాపన, రాజ్యాభాషాభివ్రధ్ధి, మద్రాసులో వెన్నెలకంటి సుబ్బారావుగారు, 1820 లో .....స్కూలు……
15-03-1941 మద్రసులో వెన్నెలకంటి సుబ్బారావుగారు
22/03/1941: మద్రాసు హిందూ లిటరెరీ సొసైటీ స్తాపన
29/03/1941: జ్యా ర్జి నార్టన్ గారి ఉపన్యాసాలు Lectures of George Norton in 1832-1833 under the auspicious of Madras Literary Society for creating political awareness
4/04/1941: జ్యా ర్జి నార్టన్ గారి ఉపన్యాసాలు Lectures of George Norton
12-041941 నార్టన్ గారి కృషి ఫలితములు
19/04/1941; నార్టన్ గారి ఉపన్యాసాల పుస్తకం వచ్చేనాటికి సద్రాసులో కలిగిన మార్పు By the time Norton’s lectures came in to a book form in 1841, changes that occurred in Madras
28/04/1941: క్రైస్తవ మిషనరీలు విద్యాబోధన ద్వారా మతప్రచారం చేయదలచుట (Spread of Christianity by Christian Missionaries though educational centers)
3/05/1941: మద్రాసు ప్రభుత్వాధికారులు మిషనరీలకు మదత్తు చేయుట support of Madras Government Officials to the Christian Missionaries
10/05/1941: క్రిస్టియన్ మతప్రచారమలు [ Christian propaganda]
29/03/1958: డచ్చి వర్తకులు మొఘల్ చక్రవర్తి దర్శనము Dutch varthakulu Moghal chakravarthi darsanam
5/04/1958: డచ్చి వర్తకులు మొఘల్ చక్రవర్తి దర్శనము
12/04/1958: డచ్చి వర్తకులు మొఘల్ చక్రవర్తి దర్శనము
3/05/1958 దేశ దుస్తుతి నివారణకు శక్త్వారాధన
17/07/1958 to: 30/08/1958 [7 issues]లోకమాన్య తిలక్ Lokamanya Tilak
6/09/1958: 1781 నాటి తిరుగుబాటు (1781 naati thirugubatu)
13/12/1958: ఫ్రెంచి రాజ్యాధిపత్యము (French rajyadhipathyamu)
20/12/.27/12/1958 do- డూపేలె (Duplex)
03/01/1959L -do- -do-
14/03/1959 పార్లమెంటు సభ్యుల నియామకము
21/03/1959: ప్రజాప్రభుత్వము ప్రజాభి ప్రాయము

28/03/1959: గ్లాడస్టోన్ మంత్రి (Gladstone Mantri)
2/05/1959: పార్టీ ప్రభుత్వము (Party Prabhutwamu…)
7/05/1959: ప్రజా సంఘముల ప్రాధాన్యత Praja Sanghamula Pradhanyata
16/05/1959: do
23/05/1959 to 22/06/1959: భ్రహ్మజ్ఞాని తల్లాప్రగడ సుబ్బారావుగారు (Brahmajnani Tallapragada Subba Rao garu)
Krishna Patrika reprinted కధలు – గాధలు 1 వ భాగం లో నున్న “మన ముసల్మానులు భారతీయులు కారా” అనే వ్యాసము ను పునర్ముద్రణ చేస్తూ ప్రశంసించింది

ఆంధ్రపత్రిక ఉగాది సంచికల లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసముల సూచిక:
Year of the publication article
వృషభ నామ సంవత్సరము(1941): మన చెన్నపట్ణం దాని పూర్వ చెరిత్ర [ our Madras and its history]
తారణ నామ సంవత్సరము( 1944): చీని చీనాంబరాలు- చీటీబట్టలు (Chini cheenambaralu Cheetibattalu)
సర్వధారి నామ సంవత్సరము (1948): రాజా సీతబ్ రాయ్ ( Raja Seethab Rai)

ఆంధ్ర పత్రిక లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసముల సూచిక:
Date of publication name of the article
1921: పదునాల్గేండ్ల ప్రాయము, మేము మీకు పట్టము కట్టాము [translataion of Tagore’s stories]
1921 : Translation of Leo Tolstoy Stories అనువాదము కోడిగగుడ్డంత వడ్లగింజ
18/04/1927: Literary supplement : వ్యంగ్య కవిత్వము ( vyanga kavitvamu)

5/02/1941: ఏనుగుల వీరస్వామయ్య గారి కాశీయాత్ర చరిత్ర
ఆంధ్రపత్రిక ఆదివారం ప్రచురితమైన వ్యాసములు.
14/04/1966: కామ్రేడ్ వీరెశ లింగం
15/06/1944: -do-
16/06/1944: -do-
17/06/1944: -do-
20/06/1944: -do-
From 11/04/1943 till 1/03/1945 Series of 102 articles were published under the head “Kadhalu-gadhalu”
05/08/1946 భూమి రైతు రాజు
29/12/1946 మానమస్వత్వములు---గ్రంధ సమీక్ష
05/01/1947 ప్రజాపరిషత్తు –గ్రంధ సమీక్ష
02/03/1947 1857 పూర్వపు తిరుగు బాట్లు
16/03/1947 భారతీయ మత సంఘసంస్కరణోద్యమములు
24/07/1949: ఆత్మకూరు గోవిందాచార్యుల వారి రాజ్యాంగ భారత విమర్శ
01/11/1956: ప్రవాసాంధ్రులు (ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ అవతరణ సందర్భముగా
14/06/1944,15/06, 16/06,17/06/1944, 20/06/1944: క్రామెడ్ వీరేశవింగం
24/02/1946: మన తెలంగాణము
14/04/1946: మహమ్మదీయుల నాణెములపై హైందవ చిహనములు)
28/04/1946: భారతీయ ముసలమానుల వసంతోత్సవము

23/11/1946: కాంగెస్ పుట్టుక (Genesis of Congress )
From 12/01/1947, for 3 weeks in Sunday Issues: కంపెనీ సరకార్ [Company’s Government]
23/02/1947: భారతీయులు ఇంగ్లీషు పరిపాలనను హర్షీంచారా ( Did the Indians appreciated English Rule ?)
9/03/1947: సిపాయల విప్లవానంతరము మార్పులు [ changes after Sepoys’ Revolution]
16/03/1947: మతసంఘసంస్కరణములు (Socio-Religious Reforms)
2/10/1947 and 09/10/1947 ఆంధ్రసంస్క్రతిని విడదీయు రాష్ట్రమెందుకు? [Why do we need a separate State if divides Andhra cultural heritage]
9/05/1948: పోలీసుబందోబస్తులు- మంత్రుల ప్రవర్తనలు (Tours of State Ministers under Police protection)
15/08/1948: రాజ్యభాష హిందీ అయినా ఇంగ్లీషును ఉపేక్షించరాదు (Even Hindi is Official Language, we should not neglect English)
1/11/1956: ఆంధ్ర ప్రదేశము (Andhra Pradesh)
13/12/1972: His article in Andhra Patrika about duty of a member of Parliament to the nation and constituency.
30/04/1979: Andhra Patrika published a pen sketch about Mr. Sivarao written by Mallela Srirama murthy

ఆంధ్రపత్రిక సచిత్ర వారపత్రిక లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసముల సూచిక
Date of publication name of the article
26/02/1941: ఏనుగుల వీరస్వామయ్య గారి కాశీయాత్ర చరిత్ర
20/4/1941,9/04/1941,16/04/1941: భిషప్ హేబర్ గారి భారత దేశ యాత్ర
23/04/1941: ధారణా- సాత్విక నిరోధము
30/04/1941: భారత స్వాతంత్రము- దేశాభిమానము
7/05/1941: ఫెడ్రిక్క్ కు జాన్ పాల్ గారి సాక్ష్యము
14/05/1941: విస్సన్నచెప్పింది వేదం-విన్సెంట్ స్మిత్ వ్రాసింది చరిత్ర
21/05/1941: ఇంగ్లీషు పరిపాలన- ప్రత్యక్ష ఫలితాలు
28/05/1941: ఇంగ్లీషు పరిపాలన- ప్రత్యక్ష ఫలితాలు : భారతదేశ ప్రజల కష్టాలు
4/06/1941: ఇంగ్లీషు పరిపాలన- ప్రత్యక్ష ఫలితాలు :క్రైస్తవ మత ప్రచారము
11/06/1941 ఇంగ్లీషు పరిపాలన- ప్రత్యక్ష ఫలితాలు
18/06/1941: పాత-కొత్తల సంగమము
25/06/1941: దేశీయులు-దొరలు
9/07/1941: ఆంగ్లేయుల ప్రవర్తన
06/02/1947: ఏనుగుల వీరస్వామయ్య గారు
10/07/1947: ఏనుగుల వీరస్వామయ్యగారు బొమ్మతో
19/11/1941: వీరస్వామయ్య గారు సిపి బ్రౌనుకు వ్రాసిన ఇంగ్లీషు లేఖ (Facsimile of letter )

From January 1943 March ending: నూరేళ్ళనాటి మాట Series of about 25 articles
6/01/1943: హిందువుల దేవాలయాలకి క్రైమ్తవుల ధర్మకర్తలు
13/01/1943: క్రిస్టియన్ మిషనరీల మత ప్రచారము
27/01/1943: మద్రాసులో విద్య కోసము పోరాటము
3/02/1943: విద్యాబోధనము-క్రైస్తవ మతప్రచారము
10/02/1943: చెన్నపట్ణం ప్రజల సంక్షోభ
17/02/1943: ఆంధ్రరాష్ట్రంలో ప్రజాసేవకుల స్వధర్మ రక్షణ ప్రయత్నం
24/02/1943: న్యాయ పరిపాలనలో క్రైస్తవ మతప్రచారము
3/03/1943: దేశీయ ప్రజా సంఘములు-మద్రాస్ నేటివ్ ఎసోసియేషన్
10/03/1943: మద్రాసు ప్రజల బాధలు

17/03/1943: రాజా రామమోహన రాయ్- రాజకీయాలు
24/03/1943: జమిందారీ ఎసోసియేషన్
31/03/1943: రామగోపాల్ ఘోష్ గారి ప్రజాసేవ
14/11/1943: సోవియట్ ప్రజల ఓనామాలు
ఆంధ్ర ప్రభ లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసములు(Daily News Paper published from Bezawada, Hyderabad)
23/08/1959: 1857 విప్లవము దక్షిణమునకేల వ్యాపింపలేదు
17/041960: భారతదేశ సంస్క్రుతినుధ్దరించిన పాశ్చాత్య విద్వాంసులు
24/04/1960: 17వ శతాబ్దమునాటి మచిలీబందరు పట్ణం
1/05/1960: గోల్కొండసుల్తానులనాటి బందరు
29/05/1960: మచిలీపట్ణములో మొదటి ఇంగ్లీషు ఫ్యాక్టరీ
8/06/1962: అందలము అడ్డపల్లకీ
15/05/1962: బ్రిటన్ లో సాంఘిక సంక్షేమ కార్యకలాపాలు
1/12/1963: కీర్తిశేషులు పుట్టపర్తి శ్రీనివాసాచార్యులు
13/12/1963: జీవత్భాషా నిఘంటువు
12/12/1965: రజావెంకటప్పా నాయడు గారు
16/01/1966: దేశ చరిత్ర పై మత ప్రభావము
23/01/1966: -------do-------------
8/07/1966: వీర మహముని.గా నటించిన క్రైస్తవ ఫాదరీ
17/07/1966: హుక్కాపీల్చే దొరసానులు
23/07/1966:Press Report:దిగవల్లి వేంకటశివారావుగారి ప్రభుత్వసన్మానము
23/09/1966: కీర్తిశేషులు దిగవల్లి వేంకటరత్నం
Andhra Charitralo velugu choodani konni ghattalu Serial
24/09/1967: ప్రభుత్వ తెలుగు తర్జుమాలు, విక్రుతస్వరూపాలు ( published in the name of Dr.GuduriNamasivaya)
1/10/1967: రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వము వారి వింత తర్జుమాలు (in the name of Dr.Guduri Namasivaya)
8/10/1967: రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వము వారి వింత తర్జుమాలు(in the name of Dr.Guduri Namasivaya)
25/06/1968: ప్రభుత్వ తర్జుమాలు వికృతాకారం తాల్చడానికి కారణాలు
05/07/1968: జాతీయ పరిభాషా? లేక అంతర్జాతీయ పరి భాషా
09/07/1968: ----------do---------
17/07/1968: ప్రభుత్వ తర్జుమాలు స్వేత పత్రం ఒక సమీక్ష
29/09/1968: మహరాజా చందూలాల్ దివాన్ గిరి
6/10/68: శికందర్ జా నాటి హైదరాబాదు
13/10/68: నిజాముగారి బాకీలు
24/10/68: పామర్ కంపెనీ వ్యవహారాలు
27/10/68: మొబారిజ్ ఉద్దౌలా
3/11/68: వహబీల కుట్ర
10/11/68: హైద్రబాద్ సంస్తానములో అల్లకల్లోలములు
17/11/1968: వీరెశలింగంగారు చేసినవి చేయనవి
24/11/1968: ---------డిటో----------
22/12/68: నిజాంరాజ్యంలోవాణిజ్యపరిశ్రమలు
29/12/68: నిజాంరాజ్యములో న్యాయపరిపాలన
26/1/1922: తనఅధికారం నిలబెట్టుకోటానికి సాలాబత్ జంగ్ ఆడిన నాటకము
8/02/1969: బుశ్శీ దొర రాజ్యతంత్రము
16/02/1969: నిజాం దర్బారు
25/06/68: ప్రభుత్వ అనువాదాల స్వేత పత్రము
17/07/1970: ఇనాములు-అగ్రహారములు......పూర్వోత్తరాలు
02/12/1972: సత్యాగ్రహమునకు సమయము

2/05/1983: Open Letter to the Chief Minister published as an article by the Editor, Andhra Prabha Mr.A.B.K.Prasad with title “ Congress Paripalanalo Aandhra Cheritra Durgathi”
02/05/1983 as a serial article “కాంగ్రసే పరిపాలనలో చరిత్ర పరిశోధన దుర్గతి”

6/04/1986: మన పురాణ ఇతిహాసములను తగుల పెట్టాలా?
24/04/1986: గాంధీజీ హర్షించిన చతుర్విధ కుల వ్యవస్ధ
1/06/1986; సింగరాజు వెంకట సుబ్బారావుగారు
5/10/1986: .........గారి దేశాభి మానము
30/11/1986: ఒక కులం మరోకులాన్ని గౌరవించటం నేర్చకుంటేనే జాతికి క్షేమం
21/01/1987: కరణాల భోగట్టా ఏమిటో....
13/09/1987, 20/09/1987: ……సంస్కార సంఘసేవ
ఆంధ్ర ప్రభ సచిత్ర వార పత్రిక లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసములు(Weekly magazine of Andhra Prabha News Paper )
20/10/1984: వెలి ప్రాయస్చిత్తము వ్యాసము పై ఎడిటోరియల్,పొత్తూరి వెంకటేశ్వరరావుగారు
20/12/1985: ఒకనాటి మహోన్నతస్తి- ఈనాటి దుస్తితి-భ్రాహ్మణాధిక్యత
ఉదయం దిన పత్రిక లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసములు(Daily News Paper, published from Hyderabad)
09/06/1985: వీరేశలింగం వెలుగు నీడలు పుస్తకములోని లోని కొన్ని వ్యాసాలు
8/01/1986: స్వతంత్ర భారతదేశములో మత కుల ధర్మాలు
(with Editors special notes in a box)
2/10/1985: గాంధీజీ తుది విలాపము
16/02/1986: శివరావు గారి ని గూర్చి న కార్టూన్
08/01/1986: “కులమత ధర్మములు”
07-01-1986 ఉదయం పత్రికలో వ్యాసం
21/01/1987: ఆంధ్ర ప్రభ కరణాల భోగట్టా
01/02/1987: వీరేశలింగం ఉపన్యాసాల ప్రధాన్యం
ఆంధ్ర విజ్ఞాన సర్వస్వము లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసము : 17/03/1961: కరవులు
ఆంధ్ర జ్యోతి దిన పత్రిక లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసములు [Published from Vijayawada, Editor Narla Venkateswararo]
26/02/1962: అయ్యదేవర వారితో దిగవల్లివారి పరిచయము
16/10/1962: గాంధి బహుకరించిన రాట్ణము
15/11/1964: జైన సారధ్యమున ఉత్తర భారత దేశ చరిత్ర
3/05/1965: Preventive Detention, David Bailey సమీక్ష
26/02/1965: దక్షిణాధి పధములో ఆంధ్రులప్రభావము
2/01/1966: నీలిమందు దొరల దౌర్జ్యన్యగాధలు
9/01/1966 బ్రిటిష్ సైనికుల దోపిడీ గాధలు
20/02/1966: బ్రిటిష్ సైనికుల దోపిడీ గాధలు
23/03/1966: అయోధ్య నవాబుల భోగ భాగ్యాలు
19/06/1966: మధ్యప్రదేశ్ లోని తెలుగు ప్రాంతాలు
20/07/1966: మద్రాసు-మైసూర్ లలో తెలుగుఆంధ్ర ప్రాంతాలు
24/07/1966: ఒరిస్సా లోని తెలుగు ప్రాంతాలు
11/09/1966: 1857 విప్లవము పైన పంచాగాల ప్రభావము
6/11/1966: ఆంధ్రలో స్వతంత్ర సమరములు, మామడి పూడి వెంకట రంగయ్య గారి గ్రంధము లోముఖ్య లోపాలు
12/11/1966: -----------do---------
9/10/1966: article by Kakani Venktaratnam gari “నేనెరిగిన శివరావు గారు”
27/11/1966: తెలుగు దేశం పై తిలక్ ప్రభావము.
8/12/1968: జమీందారి రైతువారీ 1802 నాటి శాశ్వత పైసలా
20/12/1968: -------------డిటో---------------------------
22/12/1968: ------------------డిటో------------------
22/09/1966: Press report దిగవల్లికి ప్రభుత్వ సన్మానము

సమాలోచన పక్ష పత్రిక లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసములు ( Paksha Patrikca, published from Rajahmundry, founder editor Sri బులుసు సీతారామ.శాస్త్రి గారు)
1/08/1978: శ్రింగేరి పీఠముల చరిత్ర, 1777 సంవత్సరము నాటి శంకరాచార్యులవారి లేఖ
1/01/1981: వీరేశలింగం గారిని గూర్చిసరి కొత్త పరిశోధన
1/02/1981: స్వామి కన్నముద్దు నాయడు గారు—హితసూచి
1/11/1981: జాతీయ సాంస్కుతిక సమాలోచన
1/04/1982: రాజమహేంద్రవరము
1/06/1983: ముఖ్య మంత్రికి బహిరంగ లేఖ
1/07/1983: భారత జాతీయ కాంగ్రెస్ మూలపురుషుడు, సింగరాజు వెంకట సుబ్బారావు గారు
1/09/1983: వివిధ ప్రాంతాల భ్రాహ్మణులు
1/10/1983: 17 వ శతాభ్ధమునాటి బ్రహ్మణులు- కేరళ విశ్వగురు దర్శనము
1/11/1983: బ్రాహ్మణ ద్లేషము
1/12/1983: తమిళ శైవ సిధ్ధాంతము
1/01/1984: తమిళ శైవ సిధ్ధాంతము
1/04/1984: సనాతన ధర్మం ఏమైంది?
1/05/1984: జపాన్ దేశములో గోకుల అనే వైదీక హోమము
1/06/1984: ఆధునిక యుగ సమీక్ష- ఆంధ్ర భారతి, శ్రీ ముట్నూరి క్రిష్ణారావు గారి రచన
1/08/1984: చీకటి రాజా సుబ్బారావు బహద్దూర్
1/09/1984: 1794-1850 జమాబందీ
1/10/1984: నెల్లూర్ కలెక్టరు స్టోన్ హెస్స్ దొర గారు
1/11/1984: సంస్క్రతి సంప్రదాయము
1/12/1984: జమా బందీ దండకము, ధర్మాంిశాలు
1/05/1985: విస్మ్రుతాంధ్ర పాలె గాళ్ళు
1/06/1985: విస్మ్రుతాంధ్ర పాలె గాళ్ళు
1/02/1986: స్వతంత్ర భారతములో కుల మత ధర్మమములు
1/03/1986: కాంగ్రెస్ సత్యజయంతి
1/04/1986: నూరేళ్లనాటి ఆంధ్ర మహా పురుషుడు, సింగరాజు వెంకట సుబ్బారాయడు గారు
1/04/1986: సూద్ర కమలాకరము
1/05/1986: ఈ విపరీత ధరలకు నల్ల బజారు కారణము
1/12/1986: బెజవాడ .......ప్రకాశ చంద్ర శతపతి
1/02/1987: వీరేశలింగం గారి జీవితములో ఉపన్యసాల ప్రధాన్యత
1/05/1987: బ్రాహ్మణ ద్రుక్పధము
1/06/1987: బ్రాహ్మణ ద్రుక్పధము
1/07/1987: వీరేశలింగం- బంకించంద్రఛటర్జీ
1/11/1987: మహామహోపాధ్యాయులు కొక్కొండ వెంకట రత్నంగారు 1875 నాటి వివేకవర్ధని
1/06/1988: చళ్ళపిళ్ళ వెంకట శాస్త్రి గారి వార్ధక్య లేఖ
1/09/1988: పనససాకం అనంతాచార్యులు గారు
1/10/1988: పనససాకం అనంతాచార్యులు గారు
విశాలాంధ్ర లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసములు [pubished from Vijayawada. Editor Khammampati Satynarayana]
25/11/1977 in విశాలాంధ్ర published “ 1814 నాటి బందరు ఉప్పెన, 1779 నాటి బందరు ఉప్పెన “ల గురించి. Vislandhra thanked him for his timely articles on cyclone.
28/06/1972: His article క్లైవు ఘనత published in long box in Visalandhra
ఆంధ్ర లా జర్నల్ లో వ్రసిన వ్యాసములు
(పక్ష పత్రిక published from గుడివాడ, Founder శ్రీ బందాకనకలింగేశ్వర రావు గారు)
16/01/1962: చంద్ర స్వామి హటయోగి
1/02/1962: చంద్ర స్వామి హటయోగి
1966 February: పౌర ధర్మము
జామీన్ రైతు లో వ్రాసిన వ్యాసములు ( Published from Nellore Editor )
30/05/1983: ముఖ్య మంత్రికి సంక్షిప్త బహిరంగ లేఖ
5/08/1983: పఠ్ఠాభి అపచారము
2/09/1983: ఆంధ్ర రత్న పైన పఠ్ఠాభి పగ
2/03/1984: నెల్లూరు కలెక్టర్, స్టోన్ హౌసు దొర
Andhra Medical Association Bezwada Provincial Conference Souvenir:
Souvenir dated 7/04/1980: History of Bezawada
(Published by Theosophical Society, Madras)
October 1986: article on Tallapragada subba Rao
LIST OF UNPUBLISHED ARTICLES and vast source material His unpublished articles and notes on various topics as source material exist as manuscripts and very are many. They are too many in number to be listed. However to mention a few of his articles [mss] : మహమ్మదాలీ వాలాజౌ, మొగలు సర్కారు- ఇంగ్లీషు సర్కారు. జెసూట మిషలరీలు తెలుగు భాషాభిమానులు, మైసూరుకు మధురకు జరిగిన యధ్ధములు-దగళవాయి సాంబయ్య, నూరేళ్ళనాటి వీధిబడులు, జైన వివాహాచారాములు, ప్రజాప్రభుత్వము-ప్రజాభిప్రాయము, ఇంగ్లీషు పార్లమెంటు-ప్రజాప్రభుత్వము, గ్లాడస్టన్ మంత్రి, ఆర్యనాయక మొదలియార్, రాజా సీతబ్ రాయ్, రామగోపాల ఘోష్, పనస్పాకం అనంతాచార్యులు గారు, పచ్చయప్ప మొదలియార్, సివరావుగారి దివాన్ గిరి et cetera


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