Sreedevi Kakkad

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Sreedevi Kakkad
Born (1935-03-01) March 1, 1935 (age 84)
Karalmanna, Palakkad, Kerala, India
OccupationWriter
LanguageMalayalam
ResidenceKozhikode
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
EducationPalakkad
SpouseN. N. Kakkad
ChildrenSreekumar, Syamkumar

Sreedevi Kakkad is a writer in Malayalam language.

Early life[edit]

Sreedevi Kakkad was born in Karalmanna, Palakkad in the Indian state of Kerala. Her parents were Keezhe Narippatta Sankara Narayanan Namboothiri and Neeli Antharjanam. She studied at Karalmanna and Cherpulasshery. Her intermediate study was in Victoria College, Palakkad.

She married N. N. Kakkad, a Malayam writer on 26 April 1955. They resided in Kozhikode.[1]

Career[edit]

N. N. Kakkad

She was a proofreader in Malayalam dailies such as Deshabhimani and Mathrubhumi. She retired from Mathrubhumi in 1995. She wrote journals articles. She presented poems, dramas, etc. in Akashavani.[1]

She served as the president of Deshaposhini library in Kozhikode. She is an active member in the library. She served as the president and Secretary of Deshaposhini Mahila Samajam.[1]

Major works[edit]

She wrote books including Ardramee Dhanumasaravil about her husband N.N. Kakkad, Vamapakshathu Oral, biography of Vamanan Nambootiri, a relative.[1]

Reference[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Biography, Sreedevi Kakkad (April 2018). Ardramee Dhanumasaravil (Third edition 2018 ed.). Kozhikode: Mathrubhumi Books. p. 1. ISBN 978-81-8267-513-1.