Friday, November 30, 2012

N. N. Kakkad

Narayana Nambuthiri Kakkad (Malayalam: നാരായണൻ നമ്പൂതിരി കക്കാട്; 14 July 1927 – 6 January 1987[1]) frequently accepted as N.N.Kakkad, was an Indian artist of the Malayalam language. He was a Sanskrit academic and a broadcaster.
Kakkad was built-in on 14 July 1927 in Avidanallur, Kozhikode(Calicut) district. His ancestor was Kakkad Narayanan Namboothiri and mother Devaki Antharjanam. Afterwards acquirements Sanskrit in the acceptable way he had his ancestry at Samorin's High School,Kozhikode and academy studies at Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur. He started his career as a academy abecedary and afterwards abutting the All India Radio, from which he retired as a producer. He died of blight on January 6, 1987.
He started autograph balladry during his academy canicule but accepted acclamation came abundant afterwards in his life. Like abounding of his aeon he started beneath the spell of the adventurous academy but afterwards there was a abolitionist about-face in his appearance which aimed at a delineation of the complexities of beat urbanised psyche. N.N.Kakkad is about advised by critics as one of the antecedents of the beat balladry in Malayalam.[2] He got Sahitya Academy accolade and Vayalar Accolade in 1986 for his accumulating 'Saphalamee Yathra'. His works Nadanchinthukal and Pakalaruthikku Munpu were appear alone afterwards his death.
Salabha geethanm
Pathalathinte Muzhakkam
Saphalamee Yathra
Nandi Thiruvoname Nandi
Itha Ashramamrugam Kollu,kollu
Pakalaruthikku munpu
Nadan Chinthukal

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