Ibecame an un-announced/un-declared fan of Mullapudi, by 1957. by then i read his short stories published in ANDHRA PATRIKA, i used to keenly read his RINANDALAHARI, RAJAKEEYA BHETALA PANCHAVIMSITIKA, GIRISAM LECTURES etc., in those days i was in Hyderabad. even after landing in delhi, i keenly followed his writings. all of a sudden during 1960s he abruptly stopped contributing novels/stories to magazines. had i not enjoyed his novels when i was young, i would have lived as a below average citezen. what i learned from him is wit and humour are essential.
you may be having number of problems in life.
you can surmount them with a smile. any author in his writings, wittingly or unwittingly gives some sketches of his personal experiences and life. from his writings i gathered that the path for success is only hardwork.
i however feel that SRI RAMANAGARU is yet to give something best to his fan club. i expect that he is now well qualified to give commentaries on bhagavad gita.
i wish him long life.
ramakrishna mukkavilli, 011-47034128,