Sreekrishnapuram Krishnankutty

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Sreekrishnapuram Krishnankutty
Born (1947-06-15) June 15, 1947 (age 71)
Sreekrishnapuram, Palakkad, Kerala
Education M.A.B.Ed.
Occupation Short Story Writer, Novelist and Teacher
Spouse(s) Indira Devi (Late)
Children Rajeevan, Manu, Rekha Rajeevan, Sujitha Manu

Sreekrishnapuram Krishnankutty is a Malayalam short story writer[1] born on 15 June 1947. He was born in a village called Sreekrishnapuram near Cherpulassery in Palakkad District of Kerala State, South India. He has won National Award for best teacher in 2001.

Professional career[edit]

Sreekrishnapuram Krishnankutty completed his schooling from Sreekrishnapuram HSS and completed TTC from Anakkara. After that he has done BA and MA in Malayalam Literature followed by B.Ed. from Calicut University. He started his career as a teacher for lower primary students and then moved to Moyan Girls High school, Palakkad.He retired from Govt. Higher Secondary School Alanallur in 2001.Currently he is working as the Principal of Mannampatta TTI.

Major works[edit]

  • Karnnan (Novel)
  • Oru Verum Sakshi Mathram
  • Nilavilipole
  • Kannadiyil Kanathathu
  • Daivathinte Komali
  • Thavalam
  • Manassilekkoru Palam (In Press)

Awards and recognitions[edit]

  • National Award for Best Teacher 2001
  • M.S. Rudran Foundation Award 2007

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