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Parijatapaharanamu is a Telugu poem composed by Nandi Thimmana. It is based on a story from Harivamsam. The story is about love quarrel between Krishna and his consorts Rukmini and Satyabhama. Narada brings a parijatham, a flower that has everlasting fragrance, from Indra's tree to Krishna. Krishna is at Rukmini's house at the time, so he gives the flower to her. Satyabhama comes to know that he gave the flower to Rukmini, and becomes jealous. Krishna fights the devatas for the tree, and brings the tree back to Satyabhama.
Nandi Thimmana (15th and 16th centuries CE) was a Telugu poet and one of the Astadiggajas (literally eight elephants) in the court of the king Krishnadevaraya. He is often called Mukku Thimmana (Thimmana of the nose) after his celebrated poem on a woman's nose.