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P. Kunhiraman Nair: A Poet of Nature and Symbolism

P. Kunhiraman Nair, also known as Mahakavi P, was one of the most prominent poets of Malayalam literature. He was born on October 4, 1905, in Bellikoth, Kanhangad, in the present-day Kasaragod district of Kerala. He was a teacher, journalist, and a wanderer who explored the natural beauty and cultural diversity of his home state. He wrote more than 60 works in various genres, such as poetry, drama, biography, essay, autobiography, and children's literature. He received many awards and honors for his literary contributions, including the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Poetry in 1959 and the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1967.

P. Kunhiraman Nair's poems are known for their lyrical expression, romantic imagery, and symbolic meaning. He was influenced by the Vedanta philosophy, the Bhakti movement, and the modernist trends in Malayalam poetry. He depicted the natural beauty of Kerala, such as its rivers, mountains, forests, flowers, and birds, as well as the realities of his life and times, such as poverty, social injustice, political turmoil, and personal struggles. He also used mythological and historical references to convey his vision and values. His poems are rich in metaphors, similes, alliterations, and musical rhythms.

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Some of his famous poetic works are Kavitha (Poem), Kaliyachan (The Priest of Kali), Thamarathoni (The Lotus Boat), Nirapara (The Measure), Karutha Pakshiyude Paattu (The Song of the Black Bird), Kurukshethram (The Battlefield), Muthassi (Grandmother), Krishnapaksham (The Dark Fortnight), and Nithyakanyaka (The Eternal Virgin). He also wrote some autobiographical works, such as Kaviyude Kalpadukal (The Footprints of the Poet), Enne Thirayunna Njan (I Who Seek Myself), and Nithyakanyakayethedi (In Search of the Eternal Virgin).

If you are interested in reading P. Kunhiraman Nair's poems in Malayalam or English translation, you can find some of his collections online in PDF format. For example, you can download his poems from [Paulines Africa] or [Wikipedia]. You can also find some of his poems on [YouTube]( with audio and video recitations.

P. Kunhiraman Nair was a poet who celebrated the beauty and diversity of Kerala and its people. He was also a poet who expressed his personal feelings and thoughts with honesty and sincerity. He was a poet who used nature and symbolism to convey his message and vision. He was a poet who left a lasting legacy in Malayalam literature.


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