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Nationality  Indian
Subject  Novel, Short story

Name  P. Valsala
Role  Novelist

Born  4 April 1938 (age 77) Kozhikkode, Kerala, India (1938-04-04)
Occupation  Kerala Sahithya Academy President

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P. Valsala (Malayalam: പി. വത്സല; born 4 April 1938) is a Malayalam novelist, short story writer, social activist, and a retired Head Mistress from Kerala state, South India. She a recipient of Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for her novel Nizhalurangunna Vazhikal (The Paths where Shadows Sleep). Valsala was the Chairperson of Kerala Sahithya Academy. She was associated with PuKaSa, a left-leaning cultural movement, but lately she has been supportive of Hindu fascist organisations.

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Selected works

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  • Pempi, Poorna Books, Calicut, 1969
  • Pazhaya, Puthiya Nagaram (The Old, New City), The Sahithya Pravarthaka Cooperative Society (SPCS), Kottayam, 1979
  • Anupamayude Kavalkkaran (The Bodyguard of Anupama), SPCS, 1980
  • Aanavettakkaran (The Elephant Hunter), SPCS, 1982
  • Unikkoran Chathopathiya (Unikkoran Chathopathiya), SPCS, 1985
  • Annamaria Neridan (To Confront Anna Marie), SPCS, 1988
  • Karuttha Mazha Peyyunna Thazhvara (The Vally of Black Rains), SPCS, 1988
  • Chamundy Kuzhi (Chamundi’s Pit), SPCS, 1989
  • Arundhati Karayunnilla (Arundhati does't Cry), SPCS, 1991
  • Koonychoottile Velicham (The Light behind the Flight Stairs), Prabhath Book House, Trivandrum, 1992
  • Madakkam II (The Return II), D. C. Books, 1998
  • Panguru Pushpathinde Theen (Honey from the Flower of Panguru), Poorna Books, 1998
  • Madakkam (The Return), D. C. Books, Kottayam, 1998
  • Kaly ’98 Thudarcha (Sports 98 Cont.), Prabhath Book House, 1998
  • Pookku Vayil Ponvayil (The Sunset that is Gold), Olive, 1999
  • Dhushyanthannum Bheemannummillatha Lokam (The world Devoid by Dhushyntha and Bhima), Poorna Books, 1999
  • Kalal Kavalal (The Soldier who is the Guard), D. C. Books, 2001
  • Kottayile Prema (Prema in the forth), Olive Books, Calicut, 2002
  • Pooram (The Temple Festival), D. C. Books, 2003
  • Aaranniya Kandam (Stories of the Forest), D. C. Books, 2003
  • Mythiliyuda Makal (The Daughter of Mythili), Green Books, Calicut, 2004
  • Ashokanum Ayalum (He and Ashokan), D. C. Books, 2006
  • Chandalabhikshukiyum Marikkunna Pownamiyum (Chandalabhikshuki and the Dying full Moon), Book Point, Calicut, 2007
  • Suvarna Kadhakal (The Golden Stories), Green Books, Trichur, 2008
  • Gate Thurannittirikkunnu, SPCS, Kottayam, 2008

  • P. Valsala Mathrubhumi Programs
    Novel
    P. Valsala P Valsala Writer PaadaMudra 9th Sep 2015 YouTube
  • Thakarcha (Decadence),Poorna Books, Calicut, 1969
  • Nellu (Paddy), The Sahithya Pravarthaka Cooperative Society (SPCS), Kottayam, 1972 (Adapted into a film with same name in 1974)
  • Agnayam (Of Fire), SPCS 1974
  • Nizhaluragunna Vazhikal (The Paths where Shadaows Sleep), SPCS 1975
  • Arakkillam (The House of Wax), SPCS, 1977
  • Venal (The Summer), SPCS, 1979
  • Kanal (The Live Coal), SPCS, 1979
  • Nambarukal (The Numbers), SPCS, 1980
  • Palayam (The Barracks), SPCS, 1981
  • Kooman Kolly (The Vally Owls), SPCS 1981
  • Gauthaman (Gauthaman), SPCS, 1986
  • Aarum marikuunnilla (Nobody Dies), SPCS / D. C. Books, 1987
  • Chaver (The Knights), SPCS, 1991
  • Rose merreyude Aakasangal (The Skies of Rosemarry), D. C. Books, Kottayam, 1993
  • Vilaapam (The Cry), D. C. Books, 1997
  • Aadhijalam (The Primeval Water), D. C. Books, 2004
  • Melppalam (The Flyover), Mathrubhumi Books, Calicut, 2007
  • Awards

  • Kumkumam Award - Nellu
  • Kerala Sahithya Academy Award - Nizhalurangunna Vazhikal
  • Muttathu Varkey Award - for her contributions to Malayalam literature
  • C. V. Kunhiraman Memorial Sahithya Award
  • References

    P. Valsala Wikipedia


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