Muppala Ranganayakamma (born 1939) is a leading Telugu Feminist-Marxist writer and critic. Ranganayakamma was born in Bommidi village near Tadepalli in West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. To date, she has written about 15 novels, 70 short stories and many essays. The main theme in her works is gender equality and the depiction of women\s family life in India. She is best known for her work Ramayana Vishavrukshamu, published in 1974, criticizing the Hindu epic Ramayana. This book was a three volume series with each volume running up to 700 pages. She won the Andhra Pradesh Government Sahitya Akademi Award for the novel \Balipitham\ in 1965.
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