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Pamukanna Ledu Papishtijivambu (పాముకన్న లేదు పాపిష్టిజీవంబు)

Vemana

Composer: Sri Kumaragiri Vema Reddy popularly known as Vemana (Telugu: వేమన), Yogi Vemana was a telugu poet. C.P. Brown, known for his research on Vemana, estimated Vemana’s birth to the year 1652. Vemana was the third and youngest son of Gaddam Vema, then king of Kondaveedu which is now in Andhra Pradesh, India.More...

Poem Abstract:

No wise man can change the nature of a mean, ignoble person | నీచుల గుణములను మాన్పు మహాత్ములు పుట్టలేదను భావమును తెలుపుతుంది.
 

 

Vemana

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This Poem was originally composed in Telugu. Other languages are for your convenience



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Poem:
Paamukanna ledhu paapishtijivambu
attipaamu cheppinatlu vinunu
Khaluni gunamu maanpu ghanulevvarunuleru
vishvadhaabhiraama vinuravema.

Meaning:
The nature of a poisonous snake is to bite and kill anyone who comes to its vicinity; yet, one can train it to behave. But no wise man can change the vile thinking of a wicked man.
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paamukanna lEdhu paapiShtijIvaMbu
attipaamu cheppinatlu vinunu
Khaluni guNamu maanpu ghanulevvarunulEru
vishvadhaabhiraama vinuravEma.
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