ENVIUS THOUGHTS carried a report on the International Multilingual Poets Meet held in Vijayawada on 13th and 14th November under the caption “THOSE INDEED WERE THE DAYS IN LIFE” in The post was well received by the viewers around the world as is seen from the nice responses it evoked. This induced me to make out Part II on the same and here it is presented for your pleasure of reading.
As made out in the first Part, elaborate arrangements were made by the respected Poet Padmaja Iyengar and a dedicated team who meticulously attended to each and every aspect to make the occasion to remain green in the minds of the delegates for life!

Wide press coverage was given on the Meet to come and specimen of the same runs like this:

Vijayawada: Literary wing of the Cultural Center of Vijayawada & Amaravati, (a CSR arm of Malaxmi Group), in association with the departments of tourism and language and culture, will organize a two-day international multilingual poets’ meet called ‘Amaravati Poetic Prism – 2016’ at APTDC Hotel, Haritha Berm Park, Bhavanipuram, in the city on Nov 13 and 14, according to E Sivanagi Reddy, CCVA. More than 100 renowned poets from all over India and abroad will attend and recite their poetry on the banks of river Krishna. The programme is being organized as part of an exercise to revive the literary tradition of the Satavahana times. An anthology of international multilingual poetry comprising 527 poems in 53 languages will also be launched.

As many as 527 poems in 53 Indian and world languages will be presented by 100 poets at the Amravati Poetic Prism 2016, an international multilingual poetry analogy and poets’ meet, which will be held at Berm Park on November 13 and 14, according to The Culture Centre for Vijayawada and Amaravati chief mentor Y. Harish Chandra Prasad here on Friday.
Speaking to media persons, he said the event, held for the second year, will showcase the literary works of poets who won Kendriya Sahitya Akademi and State Sahitya Akademi awards.
He said the notable feature of the anthology which was curated by CCVA’s literary adviser Padmaja Iyengar, was the awarding of unique record of excellence by the Indian Book of Records. Mr. Prasad said the event would feature poems from rare languages such as Mapuzugun, a language spoken in Mapuche Nation and Zapotec, a language considered as almost extinct from the State of Oaxaca in Mexico.
He said all the major Indian languages along with rare ones such as Gondi, Koya, Kodava Takk, Sankethi, Mizo, Bodo, Bhojpuri, Maithili, Dogri and Gojri will be presented at the meet.
Mr. Prasad said the event was sponsored by Granules India along with Andhra Pradesh Tourism, Vijayawada Municipal Corporation and the Department of Language and Culture.
Doordarshan will beam the event in a deferred telecast.

Post MEET, the Hindu and other media presented their news as below. Given are a few samples only:

As bright sunshine enveloped the banks of river Krishna at Bhavani Islands, Vijayawada, poets across the world shared a common stage to unveil ‘Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016’ officially the largest poetic anthology produced in the country, as per India Book of Records. Comprising over 527 poems in 53 languages, over a hundred poets across ages-17 to 85, took the occasion to recite their poems in multiple languages; the emphasis of the event being to build a literary and cultural bridge across nations.
Poetic delegates recited their poems and went on to share interesting anecdotes surrounding them too. Some of the languages included Sankethi, Kodavattan, Koya, Maithili, Japanese and Spanish too. One of the poets Raamesh Gowri Raghavan had contributed poems in as many as 11 languages. Few international poets who couldn’t make it to the event sent their visual/audio renditions of the poems to the organizers. Some of them talked to Friday Review on their experiences.
For Chennai-based renowned translator N.V. Subbaraman, aged 75, the platform was indeed special, for he was accompanied by his XII std granddaughter, who turned out to be the youngest delegate in the event. “I had the pleasant experience of participating in many poet meets in the past. I consider this one to be the most significant and unique one- on the banks of holy river Krishna on a very sacred day, Karthika Pournami. It was unique to be with my 17-year-old granddaughter S. Nivetha, and even happier to know that her poem was well received.”
Another poet from Hyderabad, Elizabeth Mona Kurian, who had contributed poems in Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam, English reveals, “We were able to hear so many languages and look at its script simultaneously, thus getting a glimpse and sound of languages both regional and foreign. We were able to interact with poets from different places and make new friends.”
Padmaja Iyengar, also a poet who serves as an Honorary Literary advisor to Cultural Centre of Vijayawada and Amaravati informs, “It was nice to see poets weren’t afraid of going beyond lingual barriers and compose poems in different languages.
It was an event-by the poets, for the poets. Though there were many political dignitaries who graced the event, not once did the focus move away from poetry and all of this was sans much fuss.”
Organized by Malakshmi Group of Companies and Cultural Centre of Vijayawada and Amaravati, the two-day event included a cultural program where dancer Sowmya and team had performed on ‘Mahisasuramardhini’ and ‘Amaravati Geetham’.

VIJAYAWADA: Amaravati Poetic Prism, an international multilingual poetry festival, concluded in Vijayawada on Monday. Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu felicitated poets who exhibited exemplary talent. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Naidu said that Amaravati is known for its literature since centuries and this was a new beginning to its legacy.
He unveiled an anthology of poems book comprising 535 poems by 53 poets from across the globe. The CM lauded the organisers for bringing poems in Koya, Gondi, Mythili, Dogri, Telugu, English, and Spanish languages. He appealed the organisers to bring the soft copies of the poems from next time. The mega poetic festival was attended by about 120 poets from across the country.
Perugu Ramakrishna, a famous poet from Nellore, said that this was unique experience and everyone was pleasantly surprised by it. He said the Indian poetry is vivid when compared to world poetry as our poets write on different subjects and contemporary issues. Mr Ramakrishna said it was heartening to see the younger generation writing poetry on various current issues. “These young people are modern with new expressions and language,” he noted.
Ratan Bhattacharjee from Kolkata said the Amaravati poetic prism is another beginning of poetic culture in the new capital of AP which was known for its legacy in literature long ago. “This festival will stand as an inspiration to creative minds,” he said and adding that the beauty of the festival is that the poets recited their own poems. “One can feel the real emotion of the poem in the poet’s voice and the physical interaction of the poets from various parts of the world will broaden thought process of everyone

Over 100 poets converged and created a mini India on the banks of the River Krishna at the Conference Hall, Haritha Berm Park, Vijayawada on 13 and 14 Nov’16 to read their multilingual poetry from ‘Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016’, an International Multilingual Poetry Anthology published by the Cultural Centre of Vijayawada and Amaravati (CCVA – a CSR arm of the Malaxmi Group), that has a record 527 poems in 53 languages. The Anthology has been rated as a Record by the India Book of Records and more such accolades are expected to soon follow!
Day One 13 Nov 2016 saw the Krishna Zilla Parishad Chairperson Gadde Anuradha inaugurating the event along with G Hari Babu, Corporator, Vijayawada. Immediately following this, the poetry reading sessions commenced with the poet delegates reading their poems in Telugu, Koya, Kannada, Kodava Takk, Malayalam, Tamil, Assamese, Bengali, Oriya, Mizo, Marathi, Gujarati, Dogri, Punjabi, Maithili, Bhojpuri, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, English, Esperanto, French, German, Mandarin, etc.
Day Two 14 Nov 2016 had the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Nara Chandrababu Naidu himself at the event to unveil CCVA’s International Multilingual Poetry Anthology ‘Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016’ and to honour poets who had directly and indirectly helped create this mammoth anthology. The Hon’ble Chief Minister was full of appreciation for this unique multilingual poetry initiative of CCVA.
A notable feature of this event was that given the multilingual nature of the poems, having different language panels was not feasible for the organizers. Instead they devised an out-of-the-box chit (draw of lots) system that carried the names of the poets. The firstSLOT of the poetry reading session was assigned to a super senior poet Rajaram Ramachandran, who after his poetry reading, picked out the next chit and announced the name of the next poet. Thus, the chain of poetry reading continued throughout the day with each poet announcing the name of the next poet… Everyone enjoyed this totally democratic process of calling upon poets to read their poems… as throughout the day, the poets were kept guessing about who is next… In a single day, close to 110 multilingual poems were read! As the poetry sessions were going on, the Mayor of Vijayawada Koneru Prasad and G Veerapandian, Commissioner, Vijayawada Municipal Corporation came visiting and addressed the poet delegates.
As an interlude, in between poetry reading sessions, the poet delegates were also treated to some delectable audio and video poetry readings from some of the poets who couldn’t make it to the event for various reasons – Dr Aprilia Zank of Germany, resplendent in a salwar suit with an Indian ambience created behind her with zari dupattas tied together to form a backdrop, read her German poem. World renowned playwright Jawaid Danish of Canada rendered his soulful Urdu poetry from the anthology. Avril Meallem of Israel and Shernaz Wadia of India, who have pioneered the unique Tapestry genre of poetry, sent an audio recording of their Tapestry poem featured in ‘Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016’, along with a poem of Avril who couldn’t come to the event because of her husband’s indisposition. Likewise, Bhargavi Raghuram’s video recording of her Telugu poem, despite being in a cast due to shoulder and hand fractures, touched many a heart!
Courtesy: Padmaja Iyengar, Hyderabad, who is the Hon. Lit. Advisor, CCVA, who organised the event. Originally posted by her at FB. Now reproduced here, mutatis mutandis, with her permission. Her email Ids:,
Note: Also see the following two reports… Ed.
The New Indian Express, Hyderabad Express
Nov 16, 2016, by Saima Afreen
“After bifurcation, poets and artists from Telangana
have been to AP for awards and functions…”
– U Atreya Sarma, Poet-Translator-Editor
Can culture bring people together? Can words weave in camaraderie? The Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016: International Multilingual Poets Meet in Vijayawada this week which brought over 100 poets from across the country and overseas and of course, from the two states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, proved that things and hearts can change over a few STANZAS …
When poets from bifurcated states gathered together
Vijayawada saw coming together of 100 poets near river Krishna for a poetry meet as part of Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016 International Multilingual Poets Meet. Many poets from Hyderabad were part of the poetry event
Year 2014 saw the bifurcation of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Since then the vibes have been a bit cold between the states and its people. Political boundaries apart, it is language that brings boundaries together, and we are not talking just about Telugu. That’s how 14 poets from Hyderabad were part of Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016 and travelled all the way to Vijayawada to be part of the launch and two-day poetry festival held at the beautiful banks of river Krishna. The event was organized by the Cultural Centre of Vijayawada & Amaravati (CCVA), a CSR initiative by Malaxmi group of companies.
The poets from the city were as varied as their works. Some of them were journalists, while some were in the teaching profession. The poems in the anthology are in 53 languages. The city poets chose free verse, ghazals to measured pattern of rhyme and rhythm in their poems. The topics were as diverse as the daily life toll, awakening of the heart to themes related to social issues. For example, in the ghazal of Nusrat Rehana Asif, who is the granddaughter of famous poet Sir Nizamat Jung there was the lament of distrust as she recited: ‘Miltey nahin wafaon ke pahle se ab nishan/ kab ke gaye who din hain sanam aitbar ke.’ She shared, “More such literary programmes should happen not just in both the states but in small towns as well. At the CCVA poetry fest the poets got an opportunity to listen to each other’s works, sit and discuss. Such conversations also tell you how other wordsmiths feel for you.”
The ghazal of Sahitya Ratan Sunita Lulla revolved around homelessness and loneliness. But after the bifurcation are the wordsmiths feeling the same? “The division of both the states is only political. Hearts can’t be divided. This event in a way was proof of good bonhomie when poets from Guntur, Vijayawada and Hyderabad sat and laughed together discussing nothing but poetry. Even after bifurcation poets and artists from Telangana have been to AP for awards and functions. The poetic event by CCVA was impeccable,” said poet, translator and editor Uppaluri Atreya Sarma who contributed his works in English and Telugu. The recitation enthralled the audience. However, the poets from overseas who couldn’t come sent their audio clips that mesmerized the audience.
City-based poet Elizabeth Kurian Mona contributed her poems in Urdu, English, Hindi, Telugu and Malayalam. Felicitated by the AP chief minister Chandra Babu Naidu along with other poets she shares, “Other literary fests invite only the celeb writers and poets. Events like these give proper platform to writers uniting poets from both the states. However, they can include workshops as well in the event.”


The Hans India, Amaravati Tabloid
Nov 17, 2016, by U Atreya Sarma
“Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls
Where words come out from the depth of truth
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection”
– Rabindranath Tagore
A multilingual stream of poesy vied with the Krishna River, and the resultant poetic bonhomie soared over the Indrakiladri for two days on November 13-14. The “Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016: International Multilingual Poets Meet” was a gala poetic event at the Haritha Berm Park of the APTDC on the banks of the sacred Krishna.
As many as 80 poets from across the country, including one from Thailand, read out 99 poems in as many as 27 Indian and foreign languages – Telugu, Assamese, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Dogri, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kodava Takk, Koya, Maithili, Malayalam, Marathi, Mizo, Odiya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Urdu; English, Esperanto, French, German, Mandarin, Thai, and Vietnamese. And the nearby Prakasam barrage appeared to be a bridge connecting the orient and the occident.
Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu, the chief guest, launched the concomitant anthology running into 528 pages, with 527 poems in 53 languages from across the globe, including even little known tongues and dialects. Many Sahitya Akademi awardees had contributed to the anthology.
Chandrababu made a scintillating speech tracing the overseas trade and cultural intercourse of Andhras to the Satavahana era when Amaravati was their capital, which again his government was determined to develop as a world class city, with a visionary spirit. The river valleys brought in the first civilizations; and arts and letters flourished in them. It was how great poets like Jnan Pith awardee Viswanatha Satyanarayana, Veturi Prabhakara Sastry, Veturi Sundararama Murty, Tummala Seetharama Murthy and Vemulapalli Srikrishna were born here and became household names. The graceful Kuchipudi dance also originated in these parts. This poetic event was very much in line with that eclectic spirit of the Andhras, he said, and in a lighter vein exhorted the poets to sit on the banks of the Krishna to derive their poetic afflatus. In tune with the spirit of the multilingual meet the CM spoke in both Telugu and English.
And the CM felicitated a cross-section of prominent poets.
Other dignitaries who shared the dais were Devineni Umamaheswara Rao (Minster for Irrigation), ‘Nani’ Kesineni Srinivas (MP), and Gautam Sawang (Commissioner of Police).
Inaugurating the first day’s programme, Gadde Anuradha (ZP Chairperson) observed that this international multilingual poetry fest reflected the Indian ethos of unity in diversity. The government of the new AP was doing its best to develop Amaravati as a vibrant centre of art and culture as well.
Mayor Koneru Sridhar recommended poetry instead of the present day films that had nothing worthwhile in them. VMC Commissioner G Veerapandian who spoke in English, Telugu and Tamil, promised to extend the necessary support to literary and cultural activities. G Haribabu, Corporator (Ward 26) also spoke.
(NB: The paper has inadvertently left out the freelance reporter’s name and also the Rabindranath Tagore quote; but later on they made amends by inserting the authorship credit in their e-paper)

HERE are some of the responses to my post dated 20th November in ENVIUS THOUGHTS:
Nov 24 (5 days ago)
Please correct the name of language at SL no 25. It is MAITHILI .Thanks

Subbaraman N V Nov 24 (5 days ago)

Thanks. Done.Great of your meticulous read.
N V Subbaraman Nov 24 (5 days ago)
DOMINIC KV Nov 24 (5 days ago)
thanks a lot sir
With Love, Regards, and Wishing you a very Happy Day,
Your Loving Friend,
Prof. Dr. K. V. Dominic
(English poet, critic, short story writer, editor)
Secretary, Guild of Indian English Writers, Editors and Critics (GIEWEC)
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Subbaraman NV Nov 25 (4 days ago)

So nice of you to have responded. May God bless you with all the best in your wonderful literary service to the society.
N V Subbaraman
Nov 25 (4 days ago)
Thanks a lot for your sweet words and wishes sir
Odilio Lopéz Ramírez Nov 25 (4 days ago)

Ti diuxi xtii cabinni rini’ ne ruunda diidxazá guiaana ndaani ladxido’ to yanna dxi (un saludo dela gente que habla y canta en zapoteco llene el corazón de ustedes el día de hoy.
verdaderamente es un honor para mi que se haya incluido uno de mis poemas en esta antología tan importante en la vida de los que tienen la oportunidad de expresar sus pensamientos con las letras. muchísimas felicidades por este trabajo y muchísimas gracias por el espacio. un abrazo.

to Odilio
Thanks. Can u kindly send me the ENGLISH version at your convenience?
N V Subbaraman
Saima Afreen Nov 24 (5 days ago)
Hello, there!
I am travelling and will be back in office on November 26. Right now I
don’t have access to mails/messages/calls. I will surely get back to
you after I come back.
Warm regards,
*Saima Afreen*Senior Reporter and Sub Editor
The New Indian Express,
Begumpet, Hyderabad.
Mobile No.:* +91 9849103776*
*Throw your dreams into space like a kite, and you do not know what it
will bring back, a new life, a new friend, a new love, a new country*.”

Anais Nin
SitaRamaMurthy Bulusu
Nov 23 (6 days ago)

Name: SitaRamaMurthy Bulusu
Comment: Dear Sri Subbaraman ji, Hearty cogratulations to you and your ward Miss Nivetha on attending the International Multi-lingual Poets’ Meet at Vijayawada as Delegates on Nov.13 and 14 at Vijayawada. It is indeed astonishing to know that Sri R.G.Raghavan, Mumbai contributed poems in 11 languages and another Sri V.Ramabrahmam contributed poems in 6 languages. Glad to know that your ward Miss S.Nivetha was the youngest poet delegate at the event. Hearty congrats to her. Very happy to note that you had enjoyed your stay in “Blaze-wada” as we call it in Andhra Pradesh (hottest temperature)
BSR Murthy
Time: November 23, 2016 at 5:04 pm
IP Address:
Contact Form URL:

Subbaraman NV Nov 24 (5 days ago)
to SitaRamaMurthy
Thanks aplenty.
N V Subbaraman

Elizabeth K. Mona Nov 23 (6 days ago)
The write up on the Poetic Prism 2016 gave a very good view about the two day programme at Vijayawada. It was really a treat to meet so many poets of various languages from different places.
Incidentally,the link you gave has an extra w in wordpress, so first I could not get the site.’
Thanks for sharing the memorable days,

Elizabeth Kurian ‘Mona’
Reach: +91 9849183498

Subbaraman NV Nov 23 (6 days ago)
to Elizabeth
Thanks. This is just normal link for ENVIUS THOUGHTS in which u c every Sunday.

Shrikaanth Krishnamurthy Nov 19 (10 days ago)
to me, dbhatt0777, nandita6828, Paramita17praj., ritag27, shruti.goswami, Sagorika1991, suman_pokhrel, sutapachaudhur., supratiksen1, surmunshi, uddalakbharadw., bunulaniljyo, kumudbala63, anilboro, johannes32, darshandarshij., jyotsanakprasad, deshbandunutan, prakashpremi19., khamsel, iambecomedeath, azhvan, laura.klemm, proaprilia

Dear Subbaraman

Thanks for your mail. There is an error in the link you gave for your blog. This one below is the correct one I think

Kind regards

Hema Ravi Nov 19 (10 days ago)
The link does not open any other link or could you paste the message in the mail itself?
Thanks and regards,
Hema Ravi
Subsequently she read through Face book and paid high compliments to Nivetha.

Hayim Abramson
Nov 20 (9 days ago)
When sending your email there is a whole list of ALL the emails of your correspondents.
In general, the advice is to put them in the THIRD choice of the addresses:
Not: TO
Not: cc
Yes in:
Have a nice day. This is for security reasons, so that hackers do not see your list of names and misuse them.

Subbaraman NV Nov 20 (9 days ago)
to Hayim
Thanks. Noted for future. Normally I do in bcc. This time I thought it is a great homogeneous group of poets and hence. I understand your objective.
N V Subbaraman

Jyothi Rajeev
Nov 22 (7 days ago)

Thank You Sir,
Saikiarannii Nov 21 (8 days ago)

My regards to all ….. I am happy for got this information…..and congratulations to all the respected poets……☆
Good evening.

Subbaraman NV Nov 21 (8 days ago)
to saikiarannii
Thanks Saikiaranni.
Here is a fine example of meticulous reading of any communication; very minutely she has gone through –a hallmark of scientific leadership- and responded which helped the blogger to correctly project the post.

padmaja iyengar Nov 20 (9 days ago)

Thanks Sir. Finally was able to open the ink without any issues after your call when I tried again. Thank you for a great write up. Some corrections though needed:
1) The lade with Nivetha is Dr. Bibha Kumari of Delhi University
2) Amaravati Poetic Prism 2016 is in the India Book of Records and not Guiness
3) Malaxmi Group is one of the organizers of the event as CCVA is a CSR arm of Malaxmi Group.
If possible, kindly edit the above factual details.
Best Always and Warm Regards.

Padmaja Iyengar
Poet, Writer & Reviewer
Hon. Lit. Advisor
The Cultural Centre of Vijayawada & Amaravati
Reach: +91 9948269211


Subbaraman NV Nov 20 (9 days ago)
to padmaja
Thanks for your meticulous scrutiny. Done. Kindly see it again and respond.
N V Subbaraman

Padmaja Iyengar Nov 20 (9 days ago)
Yes, this is fine. It will be better if you remove the reference to Guinness. The Anthology has already been reckoned as a Unique Record of Excellence by the India Book of Records and this was announced at the event.
Best Always and Warm Regards
Padmaja Iyengar
Poet, Writer & Reviewer
Hon. Lit. Advisor
The Cultural Centre of Vijayawada & Amaravati

Phone : +91 9948269211

Subbaraman NV Nov 20 (9 days ago)
to Padmaja
Does it mean it will not be considered for GUINNESS?If so I shall remove it instantly
N V Subbaraman.

Padmaja Iyengar Nov 20 (9 days ago)
No..we have not applied for Guinness and so can’t claim as such…Only India Book of Records. Nowhere we mentioned Guinness..

Subbaraman NV Nov 20 (9 days ago)
to Padmaja

Thanks. Noted removed as advised. Thanks.
N V subbaraman
Balakrishnan Nov 20 (9 days ago)
நிவேதாவுக்கு வாழ்த்துகள்! படங்களுடன் முகநூலில் வெளியிடுக. அரிய வாய்ப்பு! பாராட்டுகள்
– அரிமா இளங்கண்ணன்

N V Subbaraman

மிக்க நன்றி அரிமா இளங்கண்ணன் அவர்களே.
என் வி சுப்பராமன்

Dilip Mohapatra Nov 20 (9 days ago)
Dear NVS,
Thanks for sharing your write up on the Poetic Prism 16 at Amaravati. Very honest and vivid account of a wonderful event.
Very best,
Cmde Dilip Mohapatra

Subbaraman NV Nov 20 (9 days ago)
to Dilip

ThanksShri Mohapatraji.

In this way the eagerly awaited INTERNATIONAL MULTILINGUAL POETS MEET blossomed and left leaving an indelible impression to cherish for years to come on the participants.



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  1. This is wonderful ! You compiled all the news and views of that singular event, indeed ! The memory of that day is etched deep in my consciousness like a florescent stream ….


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