He is a self-taught linguist and lexicographer. The day he landed in Ethiopia, he fell in love with the Ethiopian Culture, Languages and people. Then slowly, he started learning Ethiopian Amharic language to make a ‘heart to heart’ talk with Ethiopian nationals. After few days somewhere in his mind an idea sparked and he has written the first book on the Ethiopian Amharic Language entitled “Speak Amharic Language – That goes to the hearts of Ethiopians” in the year 2012.
As a distinguished scholar of languages, he has studied and written phrasebooks on various languages across the globe such as Ethiopian Indigenous Languages (Amharic, Afan Oromo, Tigrigna, Hadiya, Nuer, Kafinono, Sidama, Kambata, Tambarsa and Awi), Indian Indigenous Languages (Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada), and Mandarin Chinese an official language in China and International Language English. He is a third son of Late. K. Naryana, born and brought up in a village called Thudicherla of Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh State, India. At present, he works as a Management Professor in the Department of Management, Wachemo University, Ethiopia.