Tuesday, 9 December 2014

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The Malayalam novel is an important part of Malayalam literature. This article focuses on novels, written in Malayalam language, a Dravidian language spoken predominantly in the Indian state of Kerala and the Lakshadweep islands.


kanthari pooru

kanthari 1

kootta pannal

pennungalude koottakkali

kama leelakal

koothi mol

ganga pravaham new

thamburattiyude koothi

kamathinu kannilla

malayalam kambi kathakal

Tamil, in Kerala, was for long, the language of administration. This has resulted in Tamil being used in literature too. In addition, Malayalam was influenced by Sanskrit also. Malayalam absorbed a lot from Sanskrit, not only in the lexical level, but also in the phonemic, morphemic and grammatical levels of language. Looking back, we see that early Malayalam literature consists of three streams namely,

thrimadhuram 1 new

thrimadhuram 2 new

ammaye thirummal

ammayude poottil thiruvathirakali


koottakkali 2


kay kanikal

kay kanikal 2

edhan thottam

Kambi kathakal 2014

Malayalam is a language of the Dravidian family. It is very close to Tamil, one of the major languages of the same family. This was due to the extensive cultural synthesis that took place between the speakers of the two languages.

2 aniyathimar

ente ponnu anuradha

appachanum molum





appunni kathakal

arabi pannal

thrimadhuram new