Dr Adinarayana is a great travel lover and attributes his knowledge about nature and also his artistic inspirations to have originated during his long walks or travel on foot. He has travelled over 15,000 Kms, in a span of nine years by walk and has plans for many more travel expeditions, by walk. Dr Adinarayana penned down the places he has visited during his walks in the country side. He wrote 'Bhramana Kanksha' (Wanderlust) a Telugu Travelogue. He is presently serving as an Associate Professor at the Department of Fine Arts, Andhra University at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh in India.Dr M. Adinarayana has started walking expeditions since 1990. He did his first walking in the Himalayan Mountains. Since then enjoyed lot of walks along the coast and through the heart of villages of India. All these travels are done with his own interest, because he loved nature. He is a village loving man; his childhood was spent in rural surroundings. During his travels, he takes rest in the villages those come across along the way.
Gypseelu is a Telugu book authored by Dr.Adinarayana about Gypsy Community spread across the world.
Gypsy may refer to:
- Romani people
- Lom people, in East Anatolia and Armenia
- Lyuli, in Central Asia
- Dom people, in South-West Asia
- Irish Travellers, also known as Pavee, mostly in Ireland, Great Britain, and the United States
- Sea Gypsies, a number of different peoples of Southeast Asia
- Yeniche (people), mostly in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, and Belgium
- Gypsy (term), a generic term that usually refers to Romani people but may also encompass other nomadic groups, including those listed above