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Sukumar Azhikode

Sukumar Azhikode (26 May 1926 – 24 January 2012) was an Indian writer, critic and orator, acknowledged for his contributions to Malayalam language and ...

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Collection of four famous speeches of Sukumar Azhikode's. Bharatheeyatha: Vividha Maanangal, compiled by Fr. Gilson John, Rs.
A lensman's journey off the beaten track
His camera captures the rare moments of lives of the many eminent socio-political leaders, including K. Karunakaran, E.K.
ONV's verse sprouted from a lost spring, blanket of grief
Traversing a dense thicket, enveloped by an air redolent with the fragrance of a bygone era, is a gently babbling brook, about to meet the lagoon. Beyond that, lies Chavara – his muse.
TJS George bags Sukumar Azhikode Award
Veteran journalist T J S George has won the first Sukumar Azhikode Award. Announcing the award here on Tuesday, Sukumar Azhikode Trust chairman and former Supreme Court judge K T Thomas said the Trust committee took a unanimous decision to give ...
Writer-intellectual Sukumar Azhikode dead
Sukumar Azhikode, award-winning writer, scholar and probably the most influential Gandhian intellectual in Kerala, died at a private hospital here on Tuesday. Professor Azhikode, who would have turned 86 on May 12, had been fighting cancer for nearly a ...

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