Growing Internet users in India  led to the birth of online platforms that bring Telugu writers closer to more readers. As with any art form, the exact characteristics of a short story will vary by creator. Telugu literature uses a unique expression in verse called Champu , which mixes prose and poetry. Raghuma Reddy, Yeldanda Date: No Names of Actual Persons are used in the book. At the end of the 16th century, some of the most popular short stories in Europe were the darkly tragic " novella " of Matteo Bandello especially in their French translation. Kshetrayya was intimately connected with the devadasi women of the temples of south India, who were the subject of many of his compositions.
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In the Himalayas Varudhini , a Gandharva girl, falls in love with him, but Pravarakyudu rejects her love. Kshetrayya's work has played a major role in influencing poetry, dance, music of the South Indian tradition. Stories of fewer than 1, words are sometimes referred to as "short short stories", or " flash fiction ". In Europe, the oral story-telling tradition began to develop into written stories in the early 14th century, most notably with Geoffrey Chaucer 's Canterbury Tales and Giovanni Boccaccio 's Decameron. The short form is, conceivably, more natural to us than longer forms. Nauka Charitam is a shorter play in one act with 21 kritis set in 13 ragas and 43 verses.