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An account of Children’s Literature in Malayalam Language  

 

With the advent of print media, children’s literature has attained greater heights. Some of the children’s magazines in Malayalam include Chilamboli, Poompatta, Baalarama and Kalikkutukku. Some famous Mlayalam writers for children include Mali’ Madhavan Nair, Kunjunni etc. Kunjunni, popularly known as Kunjunni Mash writes small poems. Mali’s famous work namely sarkas (circus) is a good story based on the background of circus troupe. To know more about the Malayalam Children’s literature, the web is the best place. The author of Malayalam children’s literature namely “ Thenali Raman Kathakal” is Mali/Madhavan Nair. V.  

To promote the reading habits in the children, to publish and promote the books on children’s literature, tin 1981, the Kerala State Institute of Children was established. Kerala State Institute of Children’s Literature is an autonomous organization. It is under the Cultural Department of The Government of Kerala. The Minister for Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Kerala, is the chairman of the Governing body of the institute. 

To promote the children’s writing and recognizing the talents, Bala Sahitya Award has been constituted by Kerala State Institute of Children’s Literature in different categories like novel, story, play, stories, information science, retold/illustration etc. A memento and an attractive cash prize are given to the winner. For children, the institute conducts literary camps. Experts in various fields are invited so that the participants will get the opportunity to interact with such people.  

The author of the Malayalam children’s literature namely “ Midtayippothi” is Sumangala. Do you know the author of Malayalam children’s literature namely “ Chithrasalabhangalude Veedu”? The name of its author is Priya. A. S. For those children who are interested in reading Malayalam literature can read such books through online facility. Many websites provide such facility. Check it out with internet. After some research, you can join such sites with username and password. You can read Malayalam children’s literature provided you follow  the rules of such websites. 

S. Sivadasan, K.V. Ramanathan, C.G Santhakumar, Sippy Pallippuram, Sooranadu Ravi, Nandanar and P. Narendranath etc are some famous writers of the Malayalam children’s literature. Some of the widely appreciated compositions include the translation of Sanskrit Valmiki Ramayana and Panchatantra. The author of “Pacha Malayala Nikhandu” is sumangala. Another Malayalam author is Leela Nambudripad. She wrote twenty three books to her young readers.  The author of the Malayalam children’s literature namely “ Aesopu Kathakal” is Sankaranarayanan. P. I. 

“Heidi”, the original work in Swiss language was translated to 50 languages including Malayalam. The book tells us about the emotional story of a girl in the Alps. The author of the Malayalam children’s literature namely “Amparappikkunna Sasthram” is Thomas. P. T. Sugathakumari is the author of the Malayalam children’s literature namely “Vazhathen.” Radhika. C. Nair is the author of the Malayalam children’s literature namely Charithram Thiruthiya Sasthraprathibhakal - Bhauthikam.  

Indianscripts (www.Indianscripts.com)  is a site which provides translation of Children literature into Malayalam. They also have translators who translate from Malayalam into English. 

Four novels written by Joy J. Kaimaparamban are of Malayalam children’s literature.  Do you know the author of the Malayalam children’s literature namely Katamkathakal Kontu Kalikkam? Its author’s name is Prof. S. Sivadas. Iinternet facility has reduced the geographical boundaries so that today young ones can read the children’s literature through online facility.  

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