Sunday, November 13, 2016

Dhurga raaju

Dhurga raaju was the 4th ruler in Kaakatheeya dynasty.
Dhurga raaju was the son of Betharaaju2.
Dhurga raaju's title - 'Chalamarthiganda'.
According to Kaajipet inscription Dhurga raaju donated Bethedhvara temple to  Raameshvara Bandit, a kaalamukheshvaraachaarya.



Vaidhyasechikareem

Vaidhyasechikareem served as the military general to the Kaakatheeya king Betharaaja2.

Raaghaveshvara Pandit

Raaghaveshvara Pandit was the teacher of Kakatheeya ruler Betharaaju 2.

Betharaaju II

Kakatheeya king.
3rd king in the Kaakatheeya dynasty.
Betharaaju-2 was the son of Prolaraaju1.
Betharaaju 2's titles are 1. Vikram's chakri.
2. Thribhuvana malla'.
He got inscribed the 'Kaajipet' inscription.
According to Kaajipet inscription, he is a great warrior.
Betharaaju 2 constructed ' Betheshwara Temple.
Raageshwara Pandit was the teacher of Betharaaju2.
Vaidhyasechi Kareem - was the military general of Betharaaja2.

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Venkateshwara Rao Telluri

Dr. VENKATESWARA RAO TELLURI
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(C),
DEPT. OF HISTORY,
P.G.COLLEGE, SEC-BAD.

Phone Number : +91 9885864545 (Mobile)

Dr. VENKATESWARA RAO TELLURI
Room No. 15,
N R S Hostel,
Osmania University,
Hyderabad -500 007
Email ID: venkee78_telluri@yahoo.com

Permanent Address :
Kappalabandam Village,
Kallur Mandal,
Khammam District,
Telangana – 507 209



EXPERIENCE:
* Working as Assistant Professor (contract) in History at P. G. College, (Osmania University), Secunderabad since 1 st September, 2013.
* Worked as Assistant Professor (part-time) in History at P. G. College, (Osmania University), Secunderabad from 1 st October, 2012 to 30 th March, 2013.

* Working as Academic Counselor in History for M.A. classes of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University study centre at S.P. College, Padmarao Nagar, Secunderabad from January, 2013.

* Worked as Academic Instructor in History for both UG & PG classes at PGRR Centre for Distance Education, Osmania University since 2011.

* Worked as Project Fellow at the Department of History, Arts College, Osmania University, Hyderabad on UGC-DSA project “Socio-Economic Transition in Telangana: Regional Change in Historical Perspective: Gender, Identity and Migration from 2 nd September, 2011 to 30 th March, 2012.

EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS:

* Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in History: Obtained PhD Degree from Osmania University on 17.06.2010 on “The Political and Cultural Contribution of Lambadas: A Case Study of Khammam District in A.P., 1948- 2001 A.D.”

* Post Graduation: Master’s Degree (M.A.) in History from University of Hyderabad in the year 2001. Aggregate: 57.25%.

* Under Graduation: Bachelor of Arts from Nagarjuna University in 1999. Institute: Andhra Pradesh Residential Degree College (APRDC), Nagarjuna Sagar, Guntur District. Aggregate: 56.08%.

* Higher Secondary Education: Passed 10+2 under CBSE pattern in 1996. Institute: Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Nizam Sagar, Nizamabad (Dist.), Andhra Pradesh. Major Subjects: History, Economics and Geography. Aggregate: 61.63%.

* Secondary Education: Passed 10 th standard under CBSE pattern in 1994. Institute: Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Paleru, Khammam District, Andhra Pradesh. Secured Percentage: 63.83%.

ACHIEVEMENTS:
* Selected for PDF (Post-Doctoral Fellowship) for SC/STs by UGC for the academic year 2011-12 (No. F. /PDFSS-2011- 12-SC- AND-4322).

* Obtained NET (National Eligibility Test)’ June, 2012 conducted by UGC on 24 th June, 2012.  Obtained APSET (Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test)’ July, 2012 conducted by Osmania University on 27 th July, 2012.

* Achieved Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) for the academic years from 2006 to 2009 (Two and half year).

* AS COURSE WRITER: Bharatha Desa Charitra- Sanskruthi (1526-1950), Telugu Medium (Instruction material), B.A., Second year, Prof. G. Ram Reddy Centre for Distance Education, 2012, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh-07.

* AS COURSE WRITER: Charitra Mariyu Bharathiya Sanskruthi (1526- 1950), Paper- II, Telugu Medium (Instruction material), B.A., Second year, Centre for Distance Education, Mahatma Gandhi University, Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh, 2014.

* AS COURSE WRITER: New Text book for 10 th standard of Social studies for the academic year 2014-15, SCERT, Government of Andhra Pradesh, 2014.

* AS COURSE WRITER: New Text book for 10 th standard of Social studies for the academic year 2015-16, SCERT, Government of Telangana, 2015.

PAPERS PUBLISHED:
  1. Nagarjuna Konda: Bowgolika, Charitrika Mariyu Paryataka Konam, proceedings of 37th Andhra Pradesh History Congress (Sri Mandali Venkata Krishna Rao College of Education, Gandhi Kshetram, Avanigadda, Krishna District, A.P., held on 5th and 6th January, 2013)(ISSN 2320-057X).
  2. “Linguistic Smaller States” in Views of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar: Is it Boon or Bane? (ed), Dr. Gali Vinod Kumar, a seminar proceeding on “Smaller States Social Justice” by P.G.College of Law, Osmania University, Asia Law House, Hyderabad, 2014. (ISBN 978-81-928563-9-1).
  3. Women in Indian National Movement (Unseen Faces), (Ed.), Dr. Indira Suryavanshi and Prof. Varalaxmi, R., Women in History, Festschrift in honour of Prof. I. Lakshmi, Department of History, Osmania University, Research India Press, New Delhi, 2014.  (ISBN 978-93-5171-006-6).
  4. Women Education in Telangana Region under Nizams and Social Change, a Two Day National Seminar on Education for Women: Empowering Strategies on 28th - 29th March, 2014, at Department of Education, Osmania University, Hyderabad.  (ISBN 978-81-926678-5-0).
  5. Tank Irrigation System in Telangana Region under Nizams: A Reference to Warangal Subah, Facets of Indian Society and Culture (Commemorative Volume in honour of Late Prof. Ramayanam Narasimha Rao), Department of History, Osmania University, Progressive Book House, Hyderabad, March, 2014.  (ISBN 978-81-921167-5-4).
  6. Role of Tribal Women in Telangana Armed Struggle, (Ed.), Prof. Arjun Rao Kothadi and Venkateshwar Rao, Tribal Situation in India: A Comparative Perspective, Research India Press, New Delhi, 2013, (ISBN 978-81-89131-72-2).
  7. Empowering the Jogins: An Evil (Social) Custom in the Districts of Telangana, A National (UGC) Seminar held at Sree Kandukuri Vereshalingam Theistic College, Rajamundry, Andhra Pradesh on 18th and 19th March, 2012(ISBN 978-93-5067-756-8).
  8. Role of Press: The Mobilisation of Mass in Telangana Armed Struggle, Proceedings of 36th Session of Andhra Pradesh History Congress, (Andhra Pradesh History Congress, CSR Sharma Degree College, Ongole, A.P., held on 7th–8th Jan, 2012)(ISSN 2320-057X).

PAPERS PUBLISHED IN JOURNALS:
  1. Films and Their Censorship in British India, New International Emergent Research Journal (NIERJ), Vol. 1, Issue. 1, Prathmesh Prakashan, Aurangabad, October, 2014, (ISSN 2393-834x) and (Global Impact Factor is 0.00)
  2. Welfare Programmes of Christian Missionaries: Their Mobilisation of Untouchables in Coastal Andhra, Parishodhan Global Research Journal, a Quarterly Multi-disciplinary International Refereed Journal, No. 2, Vol. 02, April- June, 2013, (ISSN 2278-1536).
  3. History of Physical Education in India: From Ancient to Post Independence Period, New International Reliable Research Journal (NIRRJ), Vol. 12, Prathmesh Prakashan, Aurangabad, March, 2014, (ISSN 2320-9410) and (Global Impact Factor is 0.186)
  4. Women and Journalism: Prominent Journals of Women in Twentieth Century Andhra, New International Reliable Research Journal (NIRRJ), Vol. 11, Prathmesh Prakashan, Aurangabad, February, 2014, (ISSN 2320-9410) and (Global Impact Factor is 0.186).
  5. Ancient Indian Warfare: Usage of Weapons, Tools and Various Equipments, New International Reliable Research Journal (NIRRJ), Vol. 10, Prathmesh Prakashan, Aurangabad, January, 2014, (ISSN 2320-9410) and (Global Impact Factor is 0.186).



PAPERS ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION:
  1. Banjaras and Gypsies: A Comparative View, Accepted for Publication in a Journal ‘International Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, Hyderabad’, Vol. I, First Issue, Hyderabad, 2013.
  2. Role of Dalits in Telangana Armed Struggle: Their Political, Economical and Cultural Transformation, (Ed.) Dr. Jayaram Gollapudi, Depressed Class and their Cultural Transformations, South India, 1912-2012, Vol. I, Hyderabad, 2013.

PAPERS PRESENTED AT AN INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR:
  1. The Role of Lambadas of Maidam Chervu Thanda in Peasant Revolt Against Mundrai Dora during Telangana Armed Struggle, 1940-48: A Review, Presented in an International Seminar held at Department of History, Osmania University, Hyderabad on `Hyderabad State: Society, Economy and Politics, 1724 to 1956’ on 17th -19th December, 2010.


PAPERS PRESENTED AT VARIOUS SEMINARS:

  1. Women and Nationalism: An Unseen Woman in Indian National Movement presented at the Seminar on ‘Contribution of Revolutionary Movement in Indian Freedom Movement’ held on 25th and 26th February, 2014 at Daund Taluka Arts and Commerce College, Daund, Maharastra.
  2. Cultural Contribution of Banjaras/Lambadas: Some Interpretations, presented in a Two-Day National Seminar (UGC) on ‘Trends in History- A New Perspective’ held on 21st and 22nd February, 2014 at Department of History, Giriraj College, Nizamabad, Andhra Pradesh.
  3. Gondi Language and Script: An Analysis, A National (ICHR) Seminar held at Department of History, Osmania University, Hyderabad on 28th  and 29th June, 2013.
  4. Madiga: Father of Leather Technology in India, National (ICHR) Seminar held at Kakatiya University, Warangal, A.P., on 17th and 18th March, 2013.
  5. Empowering the Jogins: History of an Evil Custom in the Districts of Telangana, A National (UGC) Seminar held at Department of History, Osmania University, Hyderabad on 28th and 29th May, 2012.
  6. Lambadas and their Unique Culture: The Dress Pattern, Festivals and Dhavalo, A National (UGC) Seminar held at Department of History, Osmania University, Hyderabad on 29th and 30th March, 2012.
  7. Banjaras: The Migrants of North to South in India, A National (UGC) Seminar held at Department of History, Osmania University, Hyderabad on 26th and 27th August, 2011.
  8. Role of Lambada Women in Telangana Armed Struggle, 2nd Telangana History Congress, Department of History, Osmania University, Hyderabad, held on 14th and 15th March, 2009.
  9. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar`s Influence on Untouchables Towards Buddhism, National (UGC)  Seminar held at Kakatiya University, Warangal, A.P on 30th – 31st March, 2009.
  10. Ambedkar`s Ideology: The Similarity between Buddhist Dhamma and Marxist Views, National (UGC) Seminar held at Kakatiya University, Warangal, A.P. on 30th  and 31st  March, 2009.
  11. Urban Glimpses of Mughal India: A Historical Study on City Agra during 16th and 17th Centuries, National (UGC) Seminar, held at Department of Economics, College for Women, Koti, Osmania University, Hyderabad on 24th and 25th January, 2009.
  12. Lambadas: Identity, Migration and their Service in the Armies of Deccan, National (UGC) Seminar, held at Department of History, Osmania University, Hyderabad on 16th and 17th December, 2008.

Friday, November 4, 2016

How India got its name?

How India got its name? How the name India is derived?
Some say that India means Independent Nationa Declared in August. But it is not true. Even far before the advent of Britishers to Bharat, Bharat was known as India. One example for this is 'East India Company'.
India got its name due to the river Indus.
Aryans called it 'Sindhu'.
Iranians / Persians called it  Hind. (Hindoosthan).
Greeks called it 'Indos' (India)
Romans called it 'Indus" (India).
కొందరు ఫెస్ బుక్, వాట్సప్ పిచ్చోళ్ళు భారతదేశానికి ఇండియా య INDIA అనే పేరు రావడానికి కారణం ఆగస్టులో స్వతంత్రత ప్రకటించిన దేశం అనే అర్ధం వచ్చేలా Independent Nationa Declared in August అని చెప్తారు. కానీ అది శుధ్ధ తప్పు. ఇండియా అనే పేరు బ్రిటీష్ వారు రావడానికి ముందు నుండీ ఉన్నది. బ్రిటీష్ వారు East India Company ని December 31, 1600లో స్ధాపించారు. ఇండియా అనే పేరు మనకు స్వాతంత్ర్యం రాకముందు నుండి ఉందని దీన్నిబట్టి అర్ధం అవుతంది కదా. ఇపుడు ఇండియా అనే పేరు ఎలా వచ్చిందో చూద్దాం. ఇండియా అనే పేరు రావడానికి కారణం సింధూ నది. ఆర్యులు సింధూ అని పిలిచారు. ఇరానియన్లు య పర్షియన్లు సింధూ నదిని హింద్ గా పిలిచారు. అందువల్లే హిందూస్ధాన్ అయింది. ఇక్కడి మతం హిందూ మతం అయింది. గ్రీకులు సింధూ నదిని ఇండోస్ గా పిలిచారు. (India) Aryans called it 'Sindhu'. రోమన్లు దాన్ని ఇండస్ గా పిలిచారు. అదే కాలక్రమంలో ఇండియా అయింది.

Dharma Mahaamaathras

Dharma Mahaamaathras - Officers appointed by Ashoka Maurya to spread the spirit of morality and justice all the human beings of the world. Ashoka Maurya appointed Dharma Mahaamaathras in his 14th regnal year and this information was mentioned in his Major Rock Edict 5. Ashoka himself went from place to place to spread Dharma, Justice. His own brothers, sisters, sons and daughters went to various places to spread Dharma / Dhamma / Justice. / Sense of morality / Compassion towards all living creature / Religious tolerance.