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Occupation  Fiction Writer
Name  B. Suhara
Nationality  Indian
Role  Writer

Genre  Short Story and Novel
Spouse  M. M. Basheer
Literary movement  Realism
Books  Nizhal
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Born  October 11, 1952 (age 63) Thikkodi, Kozhikode district, Kerala (1952-10-11)
Subject  Social issues in Malabar Muslim Community
Notable awards  Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for lifelong contribution

B. M. Suhara (Malayalam: ബി. എം. സുഹ്റ) is a Malayalam writer from Kerala state, South India. She was born in Thikkodi, Kozhikode district. Some of her best-known works are Kinavu (Dream), Mozhi, Iruttu (Darkness), Nizhal (Shadow), Venal (Summer), Bhraanth (Madness), Choyichi, and Akaasabhoomikalute Thaakkol. She is the sister of the cartoonist B. M. Gafoor. She has won the Lalithambika Memorial Special Award (1992), the K. Balakrishnan Memorial Award (2004) and the Unnimoyi Memorial Award (2006). Dr MM Basheer, the noted Malayalam literary critique is her husband.

Awards

  • 1992 – Lalithambika Antharjanam Memorial Special Award for outstanding creative talent in the field of Malayalam fiction and short story.
  • 2004 – K. Balakrishanan Smaraka Award for total contribution to Malayalam Literature
  • 2006 – Unnimoy Memorial Award for total contribution to Malayalam Literature
  • 2008 – Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for total contribution to Malayalam Literature
  • References

    B. M. Suhara Wikipedia


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