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A FEW OPINIONS

1. "The work is ef monumental importance"

--C. Raja Gopalachari

2. "The Indian genius has always preferred anonymity and very few of our great men have left behind them biographies or even ancedotes illustratives of their character and sareer. The task of Sri Venkateswarlu is arduous as well as welcome and I congratulate him on his venture."

-C.P.Ramaswamy Ayer

3. “Lives of Maharshis" is a very interesting compliation. It bears proof of the author's wide reading, in Srutis. Epics and Puranas and the carefull choice he has made of the materials. Lovers of our ancient mythology and legends will find the book exceedingly interesting and inspiring."

-Dr. C.R. Reddy.

4. "I have read with great pleasure the 'Lives of Saints' (Part I &II) It is the result of wide reading and the language is copious to overflowing."

-Dr. Vikramadeo Varma.

5. "Lives of Ancient Indian Saints" ought to have been written long ago. That it is not as yet is the good fortune of Sri Bulusu. Making a thorough study of the ancient lore, the author made the lives as clear as possible. The greatness of our saints is the wonder of the world and that is presented before us by the author with a clear understanding."

--V.Prabhakara Sastry. S.V. Institute, Tirupati.

6. "Nowhere else in our Literature do we find a connected and well-arranged account of the saints and the author in his pioneer work on the subject has attained considerable success."

-The Indian P.E.N.

7. "The author has attempted a really unique piece of research in presenting in an orderly and connected form the biographics of the Maharshis. His work is the out-come of a thorough study of all the ancient material dealing with their lives. The work bespeaks of the author's deep learning and scholarship and is written in forceful and clegant style. In these days when the study of ancient culture is increasingly being neglected, books of this kind have a revitalising influenos, This is a definitely valuable contribution to literature and a necessary acquisition to every library."

-The Hindu.