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Ente Amma Malayalam Essays

E. V. Krishna Pillai
Born14 September 1894
Kunnathur, Kollam, Travancore, British India
Died30 March 1938(1938-03-30) (aged 43)
Thiruvananthapuram, Travancore, British India
OccupationWriter, Humourist, Satirist
Spouse(s)Maheswari Amma
ChildrenRamachandran Nair (Chandraji), Bhaskaran Nair (Adoor Bhasi), Padmanabhan Nair (Pappan), Omana Amma, Rajalakshmi Amma, Sankaran Nair, Krishnan Nair
Parent(s)Pappu Pillai
Karthyayani Amma

E. V. Krishna Pillai (1894–1938) was a writer of Malayalam literature.

Life sketch[edit]

E. V. Krishna Pillai was born on 14 September 1894 at Kunnathur Taluk of Kollam District in Kerala, India to Pappu Pillai and Karthyayani Amma.

After completing his schooling at Kunnathur, Krishna Pillai went on to graduate in Arts and Law and started his career as a government servant. He married Maheswari Amma, the youngest daughter of eminent writer, C. V. Raman Pillai. The couple had five famous sons, three of them famous in their careers, and two daughters. Chandraji (Ramachandran Nair), the eldest, was a known film actor,[1] the second son, Adoor Bhasi (Bhaskaran Nair), widely considered to be one of the greatest comedians of Malayalam cinema and the third, Padmanabhan Nair (Pappan), a known journalist and the writer of the popular cartoon Kunchu Kurup.[2] His other children were Omana Amma, Rajalakshmi Amma, Sankaran Nair (Who died at the young age of 18 due to heart disease) and Krishnan Nair.

Later, he took up the positions as Editor of publications such as Malayali and Malayala Manorama. Pillai during this period, shifted his residence to Peringanad, near Adoor in erstwhile Travancore state. He also served as a member of the Sree Moolam Popular Assembly of Travancore.[citation needed]

He was known to be a multi talented personality and excelled as an advocate, Member of Legislative Assembly, editor and writer. During his short life, he wrote comedies, dramas, short stories and an autobiography. He was also a columnist and a caricaturist. He was an eminent satirist and an expert in the field of comedy.

Krishna Pillai died on 30 March 1938 at the young age of 43.

The E. V. Krishna Pillai Smaraka Sahitya Award has been instituted in his honour by Piravi Samskarika Samithi.[3]

Works[edit]

Hasya Krithikal (comedy)[edit]

1M L C Kadhakal
2Kavitha Case
3Police Ramayanam
4E. V. Kadhakal
5Chiriyum Chinthayum
6Rasikan Thoolikachithrangal

Naatakangalum Prahasanangalum (drama and farce)[edit]

1Seethalekshmi
2Raja Kesavadasan
3Iravikuttypilla
4Raamaraajaabhishekam
5Kurupinte daily
6Pennarasu naadu
7Vivaha Kammattam
8B. A. Mayavi
9Pranaya commission
10Kallapramanam
11Thilothama
12Vismrithi
13MaayaMaanushan

Aathmakadha (autobiography)[edit]

1Jeevithasmaranakal (2 bhaagangal)

Cherukadha (short story)[edit]

1Kelee Soudhum (4 bhaagangal)
2 ente gandharvasnehithan

Novel[edit]

1Baashpavarsham
2Aarude Kai
3ThOratha Kanneer

Prabandha Samahaaram (collection of essays)[edit]

1Akkaalangal
2Congress Chithrangal
3Nehru Geetha

Baala Saahithyam (children's literature)[edit]

1Guru Samaksham
2Bhaaskaran
3Baala Leela
4Guna PaaTangaL
5Shubha Charya
6Sukha Jeevitham

E. V also co-authored books like Veeramahathwam with A. Sankara Pillai, Gaandhi Kaalam Onapaattu with C. V. KunjuRaaman.

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Кольцо у нее, сказал он. Наконец-то. Он не знал, каким образом она поняла, что ему нужно кольцо, но был слишком уставшим, чтобы терзаться этим вопросом.