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Bhava Kavitvam, Telugu Poetry in Twentieth Century
Bhava Kavitvam in Telugu poetry emerged with the works of Rayaprolu in the 1920’s. There was seen in the poetry produced during this time the emphasis on emotion and a shift to spiritual beauty rather than just the material nature of things. There are a number of themes covered by the Bhava Kavitas which include romantic love, devotional themes, nature poetry as well as patriotism.
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