Chennai: Noted Malayalam novelist C. Radhakrishnan has been chosen for the celebrated Akshara Mudra award by All India Malayalee Association (AIMA), the most important affiliation of Keralites residing outdoors their house state in India. The award consists of a quotation and a money reward of Rs 50,000.
Radhakrishnan, who was born in Ponnani in Kerala in 1939, revealed his first novel ‘Nizhalpadukal’ in 1959 when he was 21 years. His first novel received the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award in 1962.
His famend works embody Tharanisha, Sukrutham, Ullil Ullathu, Munpe Parakkunna Pakshikal, Spandamapinikale Nandi and plenty of extra. He additionally directed 4 Malayalam motion pictures and was bestowed with a number of literary awards for his exemplary works.
The Akshara Mudra Award will probably be introduced to C. Radhakrishnan on July 9 in Vadodara by Gujarat income minister Rajendra Trivedi at AIMA nationwide government committee assembly, in accordance with its nationwide president Gokulam Gopalan and basic secretary P N Srikumar in a press launch issued right here on Tuesday.