కక్క సిద్ధి

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The village court, politics, culture and economic life. Yellaiah views the village from the perspective of a Madiga and demolishes the formulaic view of a village of the intellectuals. He creates life without any embellishments, characters without any halo and represents life as life and in its own language. Many readers may not accept him. Nevertheless, Yellaiah has demonstrated that reading is also a creative act. – Kalekuri Prasad

Another important feature of Madiga writing is that it is about their satellite castes too. The contemporary Madiga writers give equal importance to the representation of the identity of the satellite castes – the castes that are not even the part of the outcaste wadas. – K. Purushotham

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