Tamilvanan (Tamil: தமிழ்வாணன்) (–) was a Tamil language author and publisher based in Chennai. He was the founding editor of the widely influential magazine Kalkandu. Kalkandu Magazine – Kalkandu, It is a sensation-free, vulgarity-free magazine that is very popular among the masses. India Magazine, Journals and Periodicals Covering News and Editorial around the country covering Current Affairs, Controversies, Politics, Business & Finance, .
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Tamilvanan and his magazine were closely associated with the Dravidian socio-political movement, although he was a totally non-communal man. He is also the editor of the weekly Kalkandu and is the sub-editor of the weekly magazine Kumudam.
One of the logos of his journal Kalkandu was a black hat and a pair of black glasses, and this was considered as his symbol. His elder son Lena Tamilvanan continues to run his publishing business, and is a noted author and editor in his own right.
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This page was last edited on 12 Juneat Archived from the original on Tamilvanan’s novels feature the detective hero Shankarlal, who travels the world solving crimes and battling criminals in countries around the world.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kal means learn in Tamil. In order to obtain more facts, details and statistics on any issue or matter, he kalkaandu went into the references cited by authoritative works or compendia of information; and so much so, Tamilvanan was considered a journalistic genius well ahead of his time.
Tamilvanan’s original name was Lakshmanan Ramanathan Chettiar. Articles containing Tamil-language text. Tamilvanan is considered a brilliant, original and progressive journalist well ahead of his time.
So Kalkandu means See and Learn Parththuppadi. Tamil-language writers Indian male novelists Writers from Chennai.
The detective wore a black hat and sunglasses whenever pictured, and was famous for drinking great quantities of tea. Improbably, he is instantly recognized and mobbed by fans and admirers everywhere he goes. He was the founding editor of the widely influential magazine Kalkandu Sugar Crystalswhich published fiction, articles about state politics and Tamil cinema, and pages of factoids.
The novels often contain a good deal of factual information about the settings, which served to educate the Tamil audience about countries to which, at the time, relatively few Indians could obtain visas or afford to travel. Despite all the foreign settings and situations, Tamilvanan’s language was pure Tamil, avoiding common English or Hindi loan words in favor of their Tamil equivalents.
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In the books, Shankarlal frequently travels with his wife Indra and his servants, Kathrikai the nickname means “eggplant”, a reference to his fat belly and tuft of hair and Manickam. Kalkandu means not sugar crystals.
Nonetheless, all the hall-marks of a journalistic genius were visible in his work.