Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Edasseri Govindan Nair (December 23, 1906 - October 16, 1974) is a leading figure in modern Malayalam poetry . He has to his credit 19 books spreading over 300 poems in 10 anthologies , 6 books of plays and a collection of essays. He died on 16 October 1974, and a memorial is erected in his name - Edasseri Smaraka Samithi. He was an important member of Ponnani kalari of mlayalam literature which contributed many a stalwarts to malayalam literature. The locality where he lived in Ponnani, his home town, today is known as Edasseri Nagar in memory of this great poet. He was a law clerk by profession. Edassery as a poet and humanbeing was loved by one and all in Ponnani. Edasseri is revered so much by the new generation poets that poems have been written in eulogy. His poetry has also become a subject of serious discussion among the young intellectuals and critics . Edasseri can be best described as a realistic poet. The real phases of life are depicted in his poem. Here cruelty of life becomes poetry. The best evidences are pengal Nellukuthukari Paruvinte Kadha , and Bhudhanum Nariyum Jnanum . An award is set up in his name for the best book of the year from among the young writers. Government of Madras Award for the play Koottukrishi Government of Madras Award for the collection of poems Puthan Kalavum Arivalum Kerala Sahithya Academy Award for the collection of poems
Extractions: ENGLISH memorial committee edasseri award memorial page poothapattu story ... sitemap NEW! EDASSERI AWARD TO SUSMESH CHANDROTH NEW! A GRAND DAUGHTER'S HOMEGE TO EDASSERI pl. visit pain and palliative care thrissur site link to outside sites Artist T.K.PADMINI NEW! Edasseri Poems in Kairali TV's Mampazham Reality Show PLEASE CLICK TO ENTER Edasseri’s writings also afford a very different perspective of the various aspects of womanhood; he has been rightly called the bard of the heroic Motherhood. And long before ecology and environmental pollution were heard of in this state of Kerala, Edasseri has internationalised the impending problem and prophesied the inevitable doom. Now, practitioners of Feminist Literary theory and eco aesthetics have re-discovered in him a kindred spirit. Edasseri also ranks as a major playwright and eminent prose writer of Malayalam. Interestingly he is one poet who has inspired many of his successor poets as a subject of poetry.
General Info - Kerala Legislature Iyer, Changampuzha Krishna Pillai, Edappalli Raghavan Pillai, Gnanapeetham Award Winner G. Sankara Kurup, Vennikulam Gopalakurup, P. Kunhiraman Nair, Edasseri Govindan Nair http://www.niyamasabha.org/codes/ginfo_1_1.htm
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Malayalam Literature - Citizendia Edasseri Govindan Nair ( 23 December, 1906 16 October, 1974) is a leading figure in modern Malayalam Poetry. Dr K Ayyappa Panicker ( September 12, 1930 in Kavalam near Alappuzha http://www.citizendia.org/Malayalam_literature
MALAYALAM WRITERS : Blog Profile - Feedmap.net Others in the group are the eminent critic Kuttikrishna Marar, young poets Edasseri Govindan Nair, Akkitham, Kadavanad Kuttikrishnan, and Moothedath Narayanan Vaidyar. http://www.feedmap.net/blog/malayalam-writers-kochi-kerala/36ECFBC92C92F3B1D7843
Extractions: disableSelection(document.body) //disable text selection on entire body of page Posts Loading Ente Gurunathan ( My Guru) â€“ Changampuzha Krishna Pillai Veenapoove (1907) â€“ â€śA dead flowerâ€ť by Mahakavi Kumaran Asan Second Stanza By Malayalam poems, on October 3rd, 2010 Ange veetilekku (To the other house) â€“ by Edasseri Govindan Nair About this poem and poet : Edasseri Govindan Nair Traditional arranged marriages, where the father searches for just a secure bridegroom, are still very much part of Keralaâ€™s tradition and have often become a family disaster. This poem is about a fatherâ€™s feeling towards his daughter after her arranged marriage according to traditional custom of Kerala. In this poem a father finds a rich son-in-law to secure his daughterâ€™s future, but the son-in-law had took a word from the father that he will never visit them after the marriage. The poem is about the dilemma and pain that father faces after he got her married. On one side he has a vowed to his son-in-law that he will never visit them and on the side his love and affection makes him desperate.
Malappuram Cultural Heritage Edasseri Govindan Nair, poet and Social reformer, was a native of Mallur near Kuttippuram, who settled in Ponnani. He was prominent among progressive http://www.naturemagics.com/malappuram-kerala/malappuram-cultural-heritage.shtm
Extractions: Malappuram Cultural Heritage Malappuram District Kerala Malappuram district has a good tradition in the field of art and culture. Many of the renowned writers and poets hail from this part if the land. It is a long chain, starting with Thunjath Ezhuthachan, honored as the father of modern Malayalam literature. He was born in Trikkandiyur near Tirur, 400 years ago. He wrote his poems in Malayalam, when the Kerala literary field was crushed under Sanskrit, the language of the upper class. Ramayanam, and Maha Bharatham are widely read in Malayali houses, as sacred books. Poonthanam
E. Harikumar - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia E. Harikumar is a Malayalam novelist and short story writer. He was born on July 13, 1943 to the wellknown poet and playwright Edasseri Govindan Nair and Janaki Amma. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._Harikumar
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search E. Harikumar is a Malayalam novelist and short story writer. He was born on July 13, 1943 to the well-known poet and playwright Edasseri Govindan Nair and Janaki Amma. Edasseri Govindan Nair was author of 12 anthologies of short stories and eight novels and a memoir, E. Harikumar was the recipient of Kerala Sahitya Academy Award for the anthology titled The Dinosaur's Baby in 1988, the Padmarajan Award for the Story 'To Catch A Grasshopper' in 1997,the Nalappadan Award for the anthology The Peacock Feather Treasured' and Kathapeetham Award for the anthology of stories, 'Anitha's House'. 40 short stories and various study and review of his books in website His works: Short Stories : Koorakal, Vrishabhathinte Kannu, Kumkumam Vithariya Vazhikal, Dinosarinte Kutti, Canadayilninnoru Rajakumari, Sree Parvathiyude Paadam, Sookshichuvacha Mayilpeeli, Pachhappayyine Pidikkan,Doore Oru Nagarathil, Karutha Thambratti, Anithayude Veedu, Ilaveyilinte Santhwanam and Nagaravasiyaya Oru Kutti. Novels: Urangunna Sarpangal, Aasaktiyude Agninalangal, Oru Kudumbapuranam, Engine Drivere Snehicha Penkutti, Thadakatheerathu, Pranayathinoru Software, Kochambratti and Ariyathalangalilekku.
About: List Of Malayalam Language Authors Dr. K. Babu Joseph Dr. M. G. Sasibhooshan Dr. M. Leelavathi Dr. K.V. Thomaskvtthomas@gmail. com E. Harikumar E. V. Krishna Pillai Edappalli Raghavan Pillai Edasseri Govindan Nair http://dbpedia.org/resource/List_of_Malayalam_language_authors
Extractions: disableSelection(document.body) //disable text selection on entire body of page Posts Loading Ange veetilekku (To the other house) â€“ by Edasseri Govindan Nair Veenapoove (1907) â€“ â€śA dead flowerâ€ť by Mahakavi Kumaran Asan First Stanza By Malayalam poems, on October 3rd, 2010 Veenapoove (1907) â€“ â€śA dead flowerâ€ť by Mahakavi Kumaran Asan Second Stanza Explanation : Veenapoove (1907) â€“ â€śA fallen flowerâ€ť â€“ Second Stanza Continuation from First Stanza.. Mavakavi Kumaran Asan then depicts the past of the flower. Â He becomes nostalgic and remembers how the flower was pampered as a flower bud and how the plant would have nurtured it to blossom. He reminds us that every living being has a stage where they are pampered and attention is given but all have the same fate as the flower. The plant that gave birth to you would have pampered when you were infant.
Kuttikrishna Marar - News - Evri literary circle that had formed in the 1930s in Ponnani. Others in the group are the eminent critic Kuttikrishna Marar, young poets Edasseri Govindan Nair, Akkitham , Kadavanad http://www.evri.com/person/kuttikrishna-marar-0x78d07
Extractions: collection of new stories my parents Short story writer and novelist in Malayalam, the language of Kerala in South India, E. Harikumar is a well known writer. Kerala is the land of coconut palm groves and sunshine. The land of lakes and mountains. Of sea and sand. The trees are so green and lush, it is called the God's Own Land. Born on 13th July 1943 in Ponani a coastal town between Calicut and Kochi.
Extractions: 12.01. In the field of cultural affairs, the existing institutions have been developed further and several new and concrete measures to promote art and culture in the country have be-en taken, in the context of the need to reinforce, in practical terms, the composite culture of the land. The main programmes of the Sahitya Akademi have been briefly indicated below: The Executive Board of the Sahitya Akademi has selected the following books for the Akademi Award for 1969: Assamese Prof. Atul Chandra Hazarika-Manchlekha Bengali Manindra Ray-Mohini Araal English Dr. Nihar Ranjan Ray- An Artist in Life - On December 17, 1969, a function was held at the National Library, Culcutta, to present the Akademi Fellowship to Dr. Tarasankar Benerjee and Akademi Awards to Shri Surya Narayan Das and Shrimati Nalini Bala Devi, award-winners for Oriya in 1967 and for Assamese in 1968 respectively, who had not been able to receive them in New Delhi. At the same function a cheque for about Rs. 4,000 was presented by Prof. Suniti Kumar Chatterji to Shrimati Rama Banerjee, widow of the illustrious Bengali author of "Pather Panchali", Shri Bibhuti Bhushan Banerjee. The cheque related to royalties for the English edition of Pather Panchali published in London.