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Kilippattu

 

Thunchan Smaraka Samithi, the State's pioneer cultural institution in memory of Thunchathu Ramanujan Ezhuthachan, the fatherly figure in the Malayalam language and literature, has been bringing out Kilippattu [kiLippaaTTU], the Malayalam literary monthly. It has already won recognition as an open forum for free expression of divergent opinions on literature, culture, arts and politics.

 

The contents include contributions of most writers of reputation and interviews with luminaries in all walks of life. There are regular features on standardization of style in writing, spelling, coinage of new expressions and sentence structure relating to Malayalam and also on select musical compositions typical of Kerala, duly notated and with explanatory notes. The design of the magazine is constantly reviewed and improved so as not to leave out any aspect relevant to the Malayalee.

 

Annual subscription is Rs.150/- for hard copy within India and Rs.150/- only for e-delivery. Subscription forms provided for your convenience.

 

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