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jashuva was trained in the royal court of the zamindar of bhimavaram and served as a state poet at various courts before becoming a full-time poet in 1937. he was elected as president of the telugu literary society in 1934, and of the andhra sahitya akademi in 1953. he was awarded the sahitya akademi award for gabbilam in 1966. jashuva was awarded the padma bhushan by the president of india in 1972.
gurram jashuva wrote gabbilam in 1941. it is a re-interpretation of kalidas meghaduta. gabbilam, gabbilam is also known as nanjaneya gabbilam, meaning the cloud messenger, as a reference to the hindu god, vishnu. it tells the story of a poor untouchable messenger from the street, who is allowed to enter the temple at benares to deliver a message. he is asked to wait outside, and waits at the door for twelve years, from the time the messenger (or cloud) moves away to the time the messenger returns, and so on, until the messenger eventually returns to tell the gods about the state of affairs in the world. in this story, the messenger is a bat.
gurram jashuva was born in 1895 in guntur, andhra pradesh. he was among the first group of writers to recognize the literary potential of the outcaste groups and to write in their language. he began his career in the 1920s as a prolific writer of songs and poems for wedding ceremonies. in 1936, he began teaching at the eluru government college and in 1941, wrote gabbilam. the poem was originally presented in the festival of khajuraho. it was printed for the first time in 1942. in the early 1940s, jashuva became one of the most prominent telugu poets and plays a role in the rise of the telugu theatre and the chakravaka poetry form. in 1943, he published the first collection of his poems, entitled chatrapati (princes). 3d9ccd7d82