Na. Parthasarathy

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Na. Parthasarathy (Tamil: நா. பார்த்தசாரதி, 18 December 1932 - 13 December 1987), was a writer of Tamil historical novels from Tamil Nadu, India.[1] In 1971, he was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for Tamil for his novel Samudhaya Veedhi.[2] He was also a journalist who worked in Kalki, Dina Mani Kadhir and later ran a magazine called Deepam. He was known as Deepam Parthasarathy due to his magazine.[3] He also published under various pen names like Theeran, Aravindan, Manivannan, Ponmudi, Valavan, Kadalazhagan, Ilampooranan and Sengulam Veerasinga Kavirayar.

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Novels[edit]

  • Saingala megangal
  • Manipallavam
  • Anmavin Ragangal
  • Kurunchi Malar
  • Ponvilangu
  • Nisabda Sangeedham
  • Samudhaya Veedhi
  • Rani Mangammal
  • Thulasi Maadam
  • Pandi madevi
  • Nithilavalli
  • Vanjimaanagaram
  • Sathiya Vellam
  • Verri Muzhakkam
  • Sundara Kanavugal
  • moolakanal
  • Kapaadapuram

References[edit]

  1. ^ Journal of Tamil studies, Issues 1-7. International Association of Tamil Research,. 1972. 
  2. ^ Tamil Sahitya Akademi Awards 1955-2007 Sahitya Akademi Official website.
  3. ^ Indian library science abstracts, Volumes 4-6. Indian Association of Special Libraries and Information Centres. 1972. 

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