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Occupation  Writer, critic, poet
Name  M. Sanu
Citizenship  Indian
Ethnicity  Malayali
Language  Malayalam

M. K. Sanu
Born  27 October 1928 (age 87) Thumboli, Alappuzha, Travancore (1928-10-27)
Genre  Poetry, essay, biography

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M. K. Sanu is a prominent Malayalam literary figure. He is a retired professor, critic, biographer, editor, translator, journalist, orator, social activist and humanist. He has authored over thirty-six books, translated four and edited ten. He is a permanent member of International body for Human rights. He is also the founding member of Mithram, School for Mentally Handicapped, in Mulanthuruthy village, Ernakulam District, Kerala.

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Chronology

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  • 1928 – Born at Thumpoli in Alappuzha, Kerala
  • 1939 – Death of Father
  • 1953 – Married to Retnamma
  • 1955 – Joined Sree Narayana College, Kollam as Lecturer
  • 1956 – Joined Maharaja's College, Ernakulam as Lecturer
  • 1958 – Published first book of Translation, "Anchu Sastra Nayakanmar"
  • 1960 – Published first book of Criticism, "Kaattum Velichavum"
  • 1962 – Published first book of Biography, "Asthamikkatha Velicham"
  • 1981 – Death of Mother
  • 1981 – SPCS Award for the best Biography for the book "Sahodaran. K. Ayyappan"
  • 1983 – Retired from College Service
  • 1984 – Elected President of Purogamana Kala Sahitya Sangham
  • 1985 – Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for the best Critical work for "Avadhaaranam"
  • 1985 – Appointed as Director, Sree Narayana Study Centre, University of Kerala
  • 1987 – Elected as MLA from Ernakulam Assembly Constituency
  • 1988 – Abudabi Sakti Award for "Changampuzha Krishnapilla: Nakshatrangalude Snehabhajanam"
  • 1989 – Kusumam Award for the Art of Editing for the work "Kusumathinte Kritikal"
  • 1991 – Ezhukon Sivasankaran Award for "Changampuzha Krishnapilla: Nakshatrangalude Snehabhajanam"
  • 1991 – Joined as Chief Editor, Kumkumam Weekly, Kollam
  • 1992 – Vayalar Award for "Changampuzha Krishnapilla: Nakshatrangalude Snehabhajanam"
  • 1992 – Sree Narayana Samskarika Award instituted by Sree Narayana Samskarika Samithi
  • 1993 – Sree Narayana Jayanthi Award for the Biography "Narayana Guru Swami"
  • 1994 – K.T Achuthan Award for the Best Cultural Activist
  • 1997 – Asan Award for the Biography "Mruthyunjayam Kavyajeevitham"
  • 1997 – Appointed to Sree Narayana Chair, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam
  • 2002 – Sahodaran Award for the Biography "Sahodaran. K. Ayyappan"
  • 2003 – Vyloppilly Award for the Biography "M.Govindan"
  • 2005 – Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for total contribution to Malayalam Literature
  • 2005 – Elected President, Vayalar Ramavarma Trust
  • 2006 – K.C.B.C. Award for contribution to Malayalam Literary Criticism for the work "Asaanthiyilninnu Sannthiyilekku"
  • 2007 – Kerala Sahitya Akademi's Eminent Membership
  • 2009 – V.K. Rajan Award for the best Social Activist
  • 2009 – Sree Narayana Award for Propagation of Sree Narayana ideals
  • 2011 – Kendra Sahitya Akademi Award for the biography "Basheer: Ekantha Veedhiyile Avadhoothan"
  • 2012 – Pavanan foundation India's Award for 2011 for his Autobiography "Karmagathi"
  • 2013 – Ezhuthachan Puraskaram, the highest literary honour given by the Kerala government
  • 2014 – Father Vadakkan Puraskaram
  • Autobiography

  • Karmagathi – 2010
  • References

    M. K. Sanu Wikipedia


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