Kumariyin Mookuthi A Tamil Story

Kumariyin Mookuthi is a collection of best shortstories by Ki.Va.Jagannathan. Ki. Va. Jagannathan (11 April 1906 - 4 November 1988), popularly known by his initials as Ki. Va. Ja, was a Tamil journalist, poet, writer and folklorist from Tamil Nadu, India.He was a student of noted Tamil scholar and publisher U. V. Swaminatha Iyer. He was the editor of the magazine Kalaimagal. In 1967, he was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for Tamil for his critical work Veerar Ulagam.

About the author (2017)Ki. Va. Jagannathan (11 April 1906 - 4 November 1988), popularly known by his initials as Ki. Va. Ja, was a Tamil journalist, poet, writer and folklorist from Tamil Nadu, India. He was a student of noted Tamil scholar and publisher U. V. Swaminatha Iyer. He was the editor of the magazine Kalaimagal. In 1967, he was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for Tamil for his critical work Veerar Ulagam.

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Title Kumariyin Mookuthi: Collection of Short Stories

AuthorKi. Va. Jagannathan 

Publisher Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, 2017

ISBN 1976524857, 9781976524851

Length174 pages

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