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Title:Tenali Rama's Ep 1 to Ep 10 👴🏻 10 entertaining stories of Tenali Rama | Spiritual TV

Episodes 1 to 10, Tenali Rama Hindi Short Moral Story with Excellent Teaching. Court poet Tenali Rama serves at the court of Emperor Krishnadevaraya of the Vijayanagara empire and uses his sharp wit and wisdom to solve complicated matters quickly. Tenāli Rāmakr̥iṣhṇuḍu (born Garlapati Ramakrishnayya; also known as Tenali Rama) was an Indian poet, scholar, thinker and a special advisor in the court of Sri Krishnadevaraya who ruled from C.E. 1509 to 1529. He was a Telugu and Kannada poet who hailed from what is now the Andhra Pradesh region, generally known for the folk tales which focus on his wit. He was one of the Ashtadiggajas or the eight poets at the court of Krishnadevaraya, the Vijayanagara emperor. When he was a child his father was led to death. To overcome the depression that Rama faced, his mother Lakshmamma took him to Vijayanagara where he was an advisor and the 8th sai. He was also a great scholar of several languages that included Telugu and Kannada. Ramakrishna held an important position in King Krishnadevaraya's court. He was one of the Ashtadiggajas appointed by the King. Tenāli Rāmakr̥ṣṇuḍu was born in a Telugu and Kannada-speaking Niyogi Hindu Brahmin family as Garlapati Ramakrishna, in a village called Thumuluru or Tenali (currently a part of Tenali Maṇḍalam) during the late part of the sixteenth century, while it is widely believed that he was born in Tenali. His father was Garlapati Ramayya, who served as a priest in the Ramalingesvara Swami temple in Santharavuru. Ramayya died when Ramakrishna was young. His mother Lakṣamma returned to her native place in Tenāli to live with her brother. Ramakrishna grew up in his uncle's town and so came to be known as Tenali Ramakrishna. Tenāli Rāmakr̥ṣṇuḍu did not receive any formal education during his childhood, but became a great scholar, due to his thirst for knowledge. As per a well-known tale, the Vaishnava (devotees of Vishnu) scholars rejected to accept him as a disciple, as he was a Śaiva. Rāmakr̥ṣṇa was still determined to get educated so he went to many paṇḍits and begged them humbly to accept him as his disciple but they called him names and threw him out. After that day he thought he will never beg anyone for his education. Next day Rāmakr̥ṣṇa went out to secure education but he did not approach any teacher. The village school wall was his teacher! Everyday he would stand by the wall and attentively listen to the lessons taught in the classroom and go back home and recite what he learned to his mother. This became his daily practice. But one unfortunate day Rāmakr̥ṣṇa got caught and was accused of being a thief so he narrated his story to the school teacher. After listening to Rāmakr̥ṣṇa's story the teacher felt proud but he could do nothing about it because of the foolish religious prejudice so he was sent away. Later while roaming aimlessly, he met a sage, who advised him to worship the Goddess Kali. He worshipped and invoked the Goddess with his devotion. Kālī appeared before him and admired his sense of humor and blessed him that one day, he would be acclaimed as a great poet in the court of King Krishnadevaraya of Vijayanagara. The Goddess also gave him the title "Vikaṭakavi", impressed by his wit and humour. His wife was Sharda and son was Bhaskaraisharma. Tenali Rama's 10 Stories PART 1 👴🏻 10 entertaining stories of Tenaliram | Spiritual TV #TenaliRama #SpiritualTV #MoralStory #IndianStory #SpiritualWorld #SpiritualStories #ReligiousStories ... Recommended Videos ````````````````````````````````` #SpiritualOneness TOP 5 Religious Stories #SpiritualTV TOP 5 Spiritual Stories #SRMM TOP 5 Relaxing Flute Music for Positive Energy


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