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Aammannakka (Kavita)

(In memory of Aammannakkas   all over the world who worked selflessly)

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                                 Saglyaank  samm melle nave?
                         Ammannakka vichaartaali,
                        "Maakka chad!" "Taakka hod!",
                        Aammi tikka  sataytaali!      ---------------(1)
          
                       Ginaasaandan korche mhallyar         
                       Ammannakkak  bhaari preeti  
                       Apurbayen      saglyyank vaantche
                       Heechi tigeli paildhornu reeti!----------- (  2)  
 
                       Kasshi korche mhonu saangtana
                      Saraswatichi tigelyaa aangaant yenvchi
                      Sagle sodoun, sasaar kornu
                      Tinne aammka mhaiti dinvchi!       ----(3)\                                      
    
                      Hollyaa gharaant Ammannakkak  
                      Phursat chad khain melltaali?   
                     Velaant Vel kannu tni ammka
                     Devvalyo kanyo saangtali !---------------------(4) 
 
                     Chadaawat kornu tni aammka
                     Krisnaageyyalachi saangtaalli
                     Dhnayni dudh varnanaatu 
                     Sammachi aammka nhaataytali!----------------(5)
 
                     Tiglyaa kaanyaantuyi
                      Kittlye preeti parmal aasstaale
                      Devvalya baagentuchi basshillwari
                      Tawwalli aammka  deestaale!--------------------(6)
            
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    Please read messages to  Konkani  people  in"KONKANIMOGGI"
 
              
 
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Aammannakka loved children and  worked selflessly for the well-being of her kith and kin.