3 March 1937
Amaravathi village, Guntur district
|Notable works||Amarāvati Kathalu, Ākhari Prēmalēkha|
Satyam Sankaramanchi (3 March 1937 – 1987) was a storyteller, born in the village of Amaravati near Guntur City, in Andhra Pradesh, India. The stories he told wove a whole new world around the tiny village of Amaravati.
Amaravati Kathalu is regarded by Mullapudi as one of the best short story series in Telugu. P. S. Murthy mentions that Amaravati Kathalu is one of the best volumes of short stories in Telugu. D. Anjaneylu mentions that it is a notable work.
- Ākhari Prēmalēkha
- Amarāvati Kathalu
- Kārtīka Dīpālu
- P. S. Murthy was the head of the Department of English at Adoni College until June 1996. "Department of English: Genesis". Adoni College. Archived from the original on 3 September 2014.
- Murthy, P. S. (1992). "Short Story (Telugu)". In Lal, Mohan (ed.). Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature: Volume V, sasay to zorgot. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi. pp. 4074–4076, page 4076. ISBN 81-260-1221-8.
- Anjaneylu, D. (1980). "Telugu: Variety and Wish Fulfilment". Indian Literature. 23 (6): 80–87, page 83. JSTOR 23330262.
- "The Flood: A shortstory". The Hindu Sunday Magazine. 1 July 2001. Archived from the original on 26 July 2008.
- Agarwal, Amit (1994). "Teletalk: Shyam Benegal all set to return to DD's National Network". India Today. 19 (15 January): 204. Archived from the original on 3 September 2014.
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