N. V. Krishna Warrier
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Warrier was well-versed in different languages. During the Quit India Movement, he published a daily called Swathanthra Bharatham (Free India). He was the editor of Mathrubhumi for a long time. Warrier was the founder director of Kerala Bhasha Institute (1968). He was also the editor of Kumkumam group of publications for some time. His contributions to Malayalam language include poems, articles, dramas, travelogue, aattakathas (used in Kathakali performance), literary criticism etc.
- Enveeyude Kavithakal (Complete Works)
- Budhacharitham Attakatha
- Neenda Kavithakal
- Unarunna Uthara India
N. V. Krishna Warrier won the 1979 Kendra Sahitya Akademi Award for his book Vallatholinte Kavyasilpam (literary criticism). His poetry collection Gandhiyum Godseyum won the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for the year 1970.
The N.V. Krishna Warrier Award is given to the best scholastic book of the year. He was a member of Nerukkavu Variam based near Arratupuzha, Trichur.
- Narasimhaiah, Closepet D. (1994-01-01). East West Poetics at Work: Papers Presented at the Seminar on Indian and Western Poetics at Work, Dhvanyaloka, Mysore, January 1991. Sahitya Akademi. pp. 40–. ISBN 9788172013851. Retrieved 21 February 2013.
- Warrier Samajam website 
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