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Red Salute to Com. Kanuri!

Today morning at 7:30 AM, longstanding stalwart of the revolutionary cultural movement, Com. Kanuri Venkateshwar Rao breathed his last.
He has left behind a rich legacy of the service to the revolutionary movement of Telengana, Andhra Pradesh and rest of the country being one of the most prominent contributor to the revolutionary cultural movement. His contribution in this field has been colossal and unparalleled.
His active life spanned Great Telengana Armed Struggle and Godavari Valley Resistance Struggle. He had joined Praja Natya Mandali in 1945. He was arrested in 1949 and released in 1951. In 1956 he moved from Krishna district to Warangal. He was a founder of Arunodaya.
He always stood for the communist revolutionary movement and against revisionism and reformism. He translated into songs and dances not only the lives of common peasants and workers but also their revolutionary strivings. He transmitted Party’s revolutionary message in his unique style to the broad masses of the people.
He wrote, sang and danced. He taught and trained generations of revolutionary cultural activists, many of whom played and continue to play prominent roles in the revolutionary cultural movement. His contribution lay not only in what he himself did, but also in what he enabled others to do.… Read More