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The group of poets called kavitraya were Nannaya (11th century), Tikkana (13th century) and Yerrapragada (13th and 14th century). They translated the Mahabharata into Telugu. Their other works include Nanaya’s Andhra Sabda Chintamani and Tikkana’s Nirvachanothara Ramayana. Other important writers were Bhima Kavi (Bhimesvara Puranam of the 17th century), Nanne Choda (Kumarasambhava of the 18th century), Somanatha (Basava Puranam of the 13th century), Srinatha (Srinagaranaisada. Sivaratri Mahatyam. Kasikhanda, etc. of the 14th and the 15th centuries), Bammera Potana (Bhagavatam of 15th century), Vemana (Sataka), Krishna Deva Raya and his poets and Molla (Ramayana by a poetess of a low caste of the 16th century). Kannada The earliest extant work in Kannada is Kavirajamarga by Rashtrakuta Amoghavarsha I. The poets known as ratnatraya are Pampa (9th century). Poona (l0th century) and Ranna (l0th century). Their works are: Pampa’s Adi Purana and Pampa Bharata, Poona’s Santi Purana; Ranna’s Ajitanatha Purana and Gadhayudha. Narahari, known as Kannada Valmiki, wrote Taravi Ramayana, and Virupaksha Pandita wrote Chenna Basava Purana (16th century). Malayalam The earliest literary work in Malayam is Unnunili Sandesam, a work by an unknown writer of 14th century Ramanuja Elluttoccan (greatest of all) wrote Harinamakirtanam, Bhagavatam Kilippattu and other works.