Kondapalli Koteswaramma

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Koteswaramma in September 2015

Kondapalli Koteswaramma (August 5, 1918 – September 19, 2018)[1] was an Indian communist leader, feminist, revolutionary, and writer. He was born in Pamarru, Andhra Pradesh. Her best known works were Amma Cheppina Aidu Geyalu (1972), Ashru Sameekshanam (1991), Sanghamitra Kathalu (1991). Her autobiography Nirjana Vaaradhi (2012) was published by the Hyderabad Book Trust. It was translated to English as "The Sharp Knife of Memory".[2]

Koteswaramma died on September 19, 2018 from a stroke, aged 100.[3]

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  1. "Revolutionary Communist leader Kondapalli Koteswaramma passes away". The Times of India. Retrieved 19 September 2018.
  2. Sowmya, V.B. "The sharp knife of memory, a memoir". UCP.
  3. "తొలితరం కమ్యూనిస్ట్ నేత, కొండపల్లి సీతారామయ్య సతీమణి కన్నుమూత". telugu.samayam.com (in Telugu). Retrieved 17 September 2018.