- Kerala Diary: Is Malayalam a dying language?
- There was a time when portions of Thunchathu Ezhuthachan's Adyatma Ramayanam, CV Raman Pillai's Marthanda Varma, Kumaran Asan's Veena Poovu (The fallen flower) Kuttikrishna Marar's Bharataparyadanam (A tour of Bharatam) and Vaikom ...
- Silencing A Tradition
- In the 1940s, critic Kuttikrishna Marar wrote his celebrated essay, “Valmeekiyude Raman”, in which he questions the ideal of Rama and his treatment of Sita. C.N.
- UPSC IAS Civil Services Main Written Exam 2015: Syllabus for Literature of
- 6.1 Kuttikrishna Marar-Bharataparyatanam 6.2 M.
- Telling tales once more
- Part I is prose and works such as K.K. Vadhyar's Kathaprasangam Enthu, Enthinu, Engane, P.
- Silent literary revolution
- A tribal, Muthuaraman, has even read 'Bharatha Paryadanam' authored by Kuttikrishna Marar. Muralidharan said that the state library council had promised to give grants for the construction of a new library building and for the purchase of more books.
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