Vaanam Vasappadum Tamil Essay

Vaanam Vasappadum received an award from Bharatiya Basha Parishad of West Bengal in 1995. Rrapanjan has been conferred Sahitya Akademi Award for this navel in the same year. Prapanjan's one mare nove Mahanadi raised many debates and controversies for its portica criticism and the portrayal of contemporary social problems. This novel is the. He produced about 250 short stories, 14 novellas, 10 novels and over 300 essays Tamil writer Prapanchan, born S. Vaithilingam, whose novels Vaanam Vasappadum and Maanudam Vellum captured the.

Puducherry: Noted Tamil writer and Sahitya Akademi Award winner Prabhanjan died here on Friday. He was 83. Prabhanjan was suffering from cancer. Born in Puducherry, Prabhanjan began his career as a Tamil teacher in Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu. His historical novel 'Vaanam Vasapadum' was awarded the prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award in 1995.

DMK president M.K. Stalin in his condolence message said in the death of Prabhanjan, Tamil literary world has suffered a great loss. He said Prabhanjan was friendly towards the Dravidian movement. Former DMK President late M Karunanidhi was affectionate towards Prabhanjan. In his condolence message, PMK founder leader Dr S. Ramadoss said Prabhanjan stamped his mark in the Tamil literary world with his unique style. Prabhanjan made important contributions to the country and also formulated plans for Makkal TV, a Tamil satellite channel. Prabhanjan had close relation with Ramadoss and shared dais in hundreds of meetings. Ramadoss said they shared common views.

K Balakrishnan, state secretary, CPI(M), in a condolence message, stated that Prabhanjan made his mark in short stories, novel and articles. He remained a prominent person in the literary world for over 40-years.

General Secretary, MDMK, Vaiko said that his works were translated in English, French and other European languages. The Tamil Nadu and Puducherry governments and several institutions accorded number of awards to him. He highlighted importance of Women empowerment in his works.

Tamiliga Murpokku Eluthaalargal Sangam, in a message, stated that he wrote more than 300 short stories and penned several novels including -Maanudam Vellum, Vaanam Vasappadum, Maganathi, Naalai Oru Poo. He highlighted the plight of women, common people, children and oppressed in his works.

Expressing deep sorrow over death of Prabhanjan, the Makkal Urimai Kootamaippu, Puducherry sought the Puducherry government to accord State honours during funeral.

Noted Tamil writer and Sahitya Akademi Award winner Prabhanjan died here on Friday. He was 83. Prabhanjan was suffering from cancer. Born in Puducherry, Prabhanjan began his career as a Tamil teacher in Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu. His historical novel 'Vaanam Vasapadum' was awarded the prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award in 1995.

DMK president M.K. Stalin in his condolence message said in the death of Prabhanjan, Tamil literary world has suffered a great loss. He said Prabhanjan was friendly towards the Dravidian movement. Former DMK President late M Karunanidhi was affectionate towards Prabhanjan. In his condolence message, PMK founder leader Dr S. Ramadoss said Prabhanjan stamped his mark in the Tamil literary world with his unique style. Prabhanjan made important contributions to the country and also formulated plans for Makkal TV, a Tamil satellite channel. Prabhanjan had close relation with Ramadoss and shared dais in hundreds of meetings. Ramadoss said they shared common views.

K Balakrishnan, state secretary, CPI(M), in a condolence message, stated that Prabhanjan made his mark in short stories, novel and articles. He remained a prominent person in the literary world for over 40-years.

General Secretary, MDMK, Vaiko said that his works were translated in English, French and other European languages. The Tamil Nadu and Puducherry governments and several institutions accorded number of awards to him. He highlighted importance of Women empowerment in his works.

Tamiliga Murpokku Eluthaalargal Sangam, in a message, stated that he wrote more than 300 short stories and penned several novels including -Maanudam Vellum, Vaanam Vasappadum, Maganathi, Naalai Oru Poo. He highlighted the plight of women, common people, children and oppressed in his works.

Expressing deep sorrow over death of Prabhanjan, the Makkal Urimai Kootamaippu, Puducherry sought the Puducherry government to accord State honours during funeral.

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BornS. Vaidyalingam
27 April 1945
Puducherry, India
Died21 December 2018 (aged 73)
Puducherry
Pen namePrabanjan
Occupationwriter and critic
LanguageTamil, French, English
EducationM.A Tamil
Notable worksVaanam Vasapadum
Notable awardsSahitya Akademi Award
SpousePramila Rani
ChildrenGawdaman,Gowrisankar, Sathish
Website
www.prapanchan.in

Prapanchan (Tamil: பிரபஞ்சன்), is the pseudonym of S. Vaidyalingam (Tamil: சாரங்கபாணி வைத்தியலிங்கம்; 27 April 1945 – 21 December 2018)[1] a Tamil, writer and critic from Puducherry, India.

Biography[edit]

Prapanchan was born in Pondicherry and did his schooling in Petit Seminaire Higher Secondary School, Puducherry. His birth name was Vaidyalingam. His father ran a toddy shop. He attended the Karandhai College and graduated as a Tamil Vidwan. He started his career as a Tamil teacher in Thanjavur. He also worked as a journalist in Kumudam, Ananda Vikatan andKungumam. In 1961, he published his first short story Enna ulagamada in the magazine Bharani. He was influenced by the Self-Respect Movement. He had published 46 books. In 1995, he was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for Tamil for his historical novel Vaanam Vasappadum (lit. The Sky will be ours) set in the times of Ananda Ranga Pillai. His works have been translated into Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, German, French, English and Swedish. His play Muttai is part of the curriculum in Delhi University and his short story collection Netrru Manidhargal is a textbook in many colleges. He was married to Pramila Rani and they have three sons. He was living in Chennai and Pondicherry. He was diagnosed Lung cancer (Squamous cell carcinoma), for which he underwent palliative chemotherapy from Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital under the department of pulmonary Medicine and oncology. On 21 December 2018 he died of respiratory failure and tumor metastasis.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

Partial bibliography[edit]

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Novels[edit]

  • Vaanam vasappadum
  • Mahanadhi
  • Manudam vellum
  • Sandhya
  • Kagidha Manidhargal
  • Kaneeral Kappom
  • Penmai velga
  • Padhavi
  • Erodu Thamizhar uyirodu

Novellas[edit]

Essay
  • Aangalum Pengalum

Short story collections[edit]

  • Nerru Manidhargal
  • Vittu Viduthalayagi
  • Iruttin Vaasal
  • Oru ooril irandu manidhargal
  • Appavin veshti

Plays[edit]

  • Muttai
  • Akalya

Awards and recognitions[edit]

  • Sahitya Akademi Award in Tamil, 1996 for Vaanam vasappadum
  • Bharatiya Bhasha Parishad Award
  • Coimbatore Kasturi Rangammal Award for Mahanadhi
  • Adithanar award for Sandhya
  • Award for Non-Fiction from The Tamil Literary Garden, Toronto

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References[edit]

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  1. ^'Noted Tamil writer and Sahitya Akademi awardee Prapanchan passes away at 73'. The News Minute. 21 December 2018. Retrieved 21 December 2018.
  2. ^Tamil Sahitya Akademi Awards 1955-2007Archived 2010-01-24 at the Wayback MachineSahitya Akademi Official website.
  3. ^'Tamil translation of Malayalam travelogue launched'. The Hindu. Chennai, India. 4 January 2010. Retrieved 6 June 2010.
  4. ^'Prapanchan interview'. Tamiloviam (in Tamil). Retrieved 6 June 2010.
  5. ^Kumar, Neelam (2002). Our favourite Indian stories. Jaico Publishing House. pp. xxii. ISBN978-81-7224-978-6.
  6. ^S. Ramakrishnan. 'பிரபஞ்சன் : எப்போதுமிருக்கும் நட்பு'. Uyirmmai (in Tamil). Retrieved 6 June 2010.
  7. ^'Prapanchan profile'. Uyirmmai. Retrieved 6 June 2010.
  8. ^'Prapanchan Profile'. Tamil Virtual University. Retrieved 6 June 2010.
  9. ^'Prapanchan interview'. Nilacharal (in Tamil). Archived from the original on 12 July 2007. Retrieved 6 June 2010.

External links[edit]

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