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 The Nadugannada period is highlighted by drastic transitions, newer forms of composition such as Ragale, a type of blank verse and meters such as Shatpadi,a 6 line poems, Vachanaand also Sangathya. The literature of this period is influenced by Hinduism and Jainism as well. Harihara, Raghavanka, Kumara Vyasa and Janna are the major poets; Basavanna, Allama Prabhu and Akka Mahadevi are the major exponents of the Vachanaliterature. The works of Vachana literature are simple and lucid, they were written to be easily understood by the common man. The Bhakti movement in Karnataka gave prominent contributions to Caranatic style of music.Haridasas(servants of Lord Vishnu) such as Kanakadasa, and Purandaradasa are the major exponents of Dasa sahithyaduring the Bhakthi movement. 

 

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3)      Hosagannada – meaning Modern Kannada period starting from the 18th century to the present day. 

The period of Hosagannada is the modern Kannada period, influenced by the colonial literature and western culture imbibed in it the literary ideas not only of the west but of Bengali and Marathi too. The Wodeyars of Mysore were the early patrons of Hosagannada literature. Navodaya-the period of awakening, Navya- the modernist approach, Bandaaya- the protestant literature, Navyothara-after the awakening era are all the different phases of modern Kannada literature. B.M. Srikantaiah, Panje Mangesharaya, Kuvempu, Govinda Pai, D.R.Bendre, Masthi Venkatesha Iyengar, Shivarama Karantha. Nissar Ahmed, G.S. Shivarudrappa is some of the major poets. S.L.Bhyrappa, Girish Karnad, Poornachandra Tejasvi are the major critic writers.  The modern Kannada literature is a firmly established one; it is very creative and responsive; it has bagged as many 8 Jnanpith awards, highest by any Indian language; taking into consideration the number of speakers. 

 

 

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