Famous author of children’s literature Sumangala dies
Sumangala, a resident of Thrissur district, is survived by three children.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Culture Minister AK Balan expressed their condolences on Sumangala’s disappearance, saying it was a great loss for children’s literature.
“She was an author who understood children and used plain language to write the stories for them. She had presented many stories about Indian mythology to children,” Vijayan said.
Sumangala won the 2013 Kendra Sahitya Akademi Award, Bal Sahitya Puraskar, for her contribution to children’s literature.
Balan said that Sumangala beautifully translated the stories from Panchatantra into Malayalam.
“She has written over 50 children’s books. Her contributions to language and literature will always be remembered,” he said in his message of condolence.
In addition to translating Panchatantra and Valmiki Ramayana from Sanskrit to Malayalam, she has also written over 50 books.
His works include Mittayipothi, Neypayasam, Manjadikuru, Kurinjiyum Koottukarum, among others. PTI RRT KJ KJ
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