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Literature
Sri Krishna Devaraya was a great scholar and poet. He was great patron of literature. The court of Sri Krishna Devaraya was adorned with many sanskrit, Kannada, Tamil poets. He had the titles of "Andhra Bhoja" "Sahitya Samaranga Sarvabhauma". The period of Sri Krishna Devaraya is the Augusten Age of Telugu literature. His period was a golden age for the Telugu literature. He proclaimed Telugu as great language among all the languages of the country. He was himselfa Telugu poet. He wrote Amuktamalyada in Telugu and Ushaparinayam in Sanskrit. In his court called "Bhuvana Vijayam" eight great poets known as "Ashtadiggajas" were florished. Among them Allasani Peddana, Nandi Timmana, Tenali Ramakrishna, Pingali Surana, Dhurjati were famous. Allasani Peddana was known as Andhra Kavita Pitamaha. He was the author of Manucharitram.

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