Who is the father of Malayalam literature?
Thunchathu Ezhuthachchan is also known as The father of modern Malayalam literature. Kunchan Nambiar, a poet of 18th century CE, also has contributed much to Malayalam literature in its early form.
Which was the first Malayalam literature?
In 1889 there appeared the first novel in Malayalam, Oyyarathu Chandu Menon’s Indulekha, which portrays the effect of Western ideas on an orthodox Hindu family. Modern Malayalam literature began around the beginning of the 20th century and was influenced by the Western literary forms.
Which is considered the early Malayalam book is written in the 12th century?
The earliest extant prose work in the language is a commentary in simple Malayalam, Bhashakautaliyam (12th century) on Chanakya’s Arthasastra.
Who is known as mother of Malayalam literature?
Nalapat Balamani Amma (19 July 1909 – 29 September 2004) was an Indian poet who wrote in Malayalam.
Who is mother of Malayalam literature?
Balamani Amma published more than 20 anthologies of poems, several prose works, and translations.
Which is the first book published in Malayalam?
The first modern novel written in malayalam was “Indulekha” by O. Chandu Menon which was published in 1889.
What is the story of Lord Ayyappa?
Lord Ayyappa – Birth, Story, Mantras and Temples. Lord Ayyappa is the son of Harihara i.e. Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva (Hari is Vishnu and Hara is Shiva or Shankaranarayana). He was born by the union of Lord Shiva and the enchantress Mohini who was an avatar of lord Vishnu. He is a Hindu deity mainly worshipped in southern India.
Who is the author of Ayyappa Bhajan booklet?
Ayyappa Bhajan Booklet Author Prasad Ramakrishnan Created Date 3/19/2015 8:59:27 PM
Where is Lord Ayyappa and Lord Vavar?
As Lord Ayyappa resides at Sabarimala, Vavar lives in spirit in a shrine at Erumeli, a place situated on the 40 km trek to Sabarimala temple. Vavar is said to be the protector of pilgrims going to visit Lord Ayyappa.
Are there any mistakes in the Ayyappa Samaaj booklet?
The songs and the verses you see in this booklet are the intellectual property of the respective composer and lyricist have been transliterated by the volunteers of Ayyappa Samaaj. If there are any typo-graphical errors in this booklet, we request you to pardon us and to bring these mistakes to the attention of your Ayyappa Samaaj volunteers.