Author

Kalki Krishnamurthy cover

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Kalki Krishnamurthy

writer

1899   -   1954

country of citizenship: India, British India, Dominion of India
language of expression: Tamil
occupation: screenwriter, journalist, writer, poet
award received: Sahitya Akademi Award in Tamil, Sangeetha Kalasikhamani

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Ramaswamy Krishnamurthy (9 September 1899 – 5 December 1954), better known by his pen name Kalki, was an Indian writer, journalist, poet, critic and Indian independence activist. He chose the pen-name "Kalki", the tenth and last avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu. He founded a magazine, which was also named Kalki, with T Sadasivam being the co-founder, in 1941. Kalki's writings include over 120 short stories, 10 novellas, 5 novels, 3 historical romances, editorial and political writings and hundreds of film and music reviews.
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Series

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Works

6

Vandiyadevan Senai thalaivan

book by Kalki Krishnamurthy

author: Kalki Krishnamurthy

1950

Ponniyin Selvan

20th-century Tamil historical novel

author: Kalki Krishnamurthy

1950

Parthiban Kanavu

novel by Kalki Krishnamurthy

author: Kalki Krishnamurthy

2003

Sivagamiyin Sapatham

novel by Kalki Krishnamurthy

author: Kalki Krishnamurthy

1944

Alai Osai

Sahitya akademi awarded book

author: Kalki Krishnamurthy

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