Kolluri Somashankar reviews “Palaka Pencil (The Diary of a Man)” by Rajireddy Pooduri…more here (Telugu).
A review of “Palaka Pencil (The Diary of a Man)” by Rajireddy Pooduri…more here (Telugu).
Announcing a new Telugu fiction title, “Palaka Pencil (The Diary of a Man)” by Rajireddy Pooduri…more here (Telugu).
Saaranga Books just launched a new Telugu translation, by L. R. Swamy, of the Malayalam language original and a recepient of Kerala Sahitya Academy Award, “Sufi Paranja Katha,” by K.P. Ramanunni…more here (Telugu).
We are thrilled to announce that two of our books, Tanhayi and Yamakoopam, are now available on Apple iBooks platform. Starting today, you can read these books on any version of iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or on any iOS device. Each book page on our site is updated with a link “iPad” that takes you to the Apple’s iBookstore, where you can buy the iBook and review the book. We are now preparing Aneka, our first print book we published, to be available soon on iBooks.
This is a big step both for the Telugu literature and for Saaranga Books. We hope to bring our readers many such high quality books on various other digital platforms also.
As of now, these iBooks are for sale outside India. We are not exactly sure when they will be available in India, as it’s all up to Apple.
We are pleased to let our readers and partners know that Jyothi Valaboju has joined us as a Regional Manager in India, starting August 2012. Based in Hyderabad, India, Jyothi will oversee India operations including preparing the books for publication, working with the printers, distributors, and making books available for purchase.
For all your questions, including questions on where to purchase Saaranga Books, please don’t hesitate to contact Jyothi.
On the occasion of our iBooks announcement, and of the addition of a new Regional India Manager, we are also launching a new look and feel to the Saaranga Books website. You can visit our old Website by clicking here.
“Tanhayi” reviewed in Jan 21st issue of Telugu Weekly “Andhra Bhoomi”…more here (Telugu).
“Tanhayi” reviewed…more here (Telugu).
“Tanhayi” and “Yamakoopam” reviewed in Telugu weekly “Sakshi,”…more here (Telugu).
“Tanhayi” reviewed in Open Dias section of Telugu weekly “Andhra Jyothi Vividha,”…more here (Telugu).
An essay published in Telugu weekly “Andhra Jyothi Vividha,” on “Yamakoopam,” a new edition of Aleksander Kuprin’s famous Russian classic in Telugu translation…more here (Telugu).
Announcing the release of “Yamakoopam,” a new edition of the famous Russian classic in Telugu translation…more here (Telugu).
Announcing the release of “Tanhayi,” a new fiction title from Saaranga…more here (Telugu).
Poet Ramachandra Mouli on “Aneka.” Appeared in September 2011 edition of Telugu weekly “Navya”…more here (Telugu).
Appeared in March 11th edition of Telugu daily “Eenaadu”… more here (Telugu).
Appeared in March edition of socio-political monthly magazine “Ee Bhoomi”… more here (Telugu).
Appeared in Telugu book review site Pustakam.net… more here (Telugu).
Appeared in Sunday edition of Varta magazine…more here (Telugu).
“Aneka” appeared to have struck a cord among the Telugu readers and critics alike… Read Satyaranjan’s take here (Telugu).
K. Anandachari casts his critical eye on “Aneka,” with a followup discussion…more here (Telugu).
Aneka featured in Vividha section of Telugu weekly “Andhra Jyothi”…more here (Telugu).
Aneka launched at Vijaywada Book Festival…more here (Telugu).
Praise for Aneka, from none other than Sivareddy… here (Telugu).