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Kalyanasundaram , popularly known as "Thiru Vi. Leaving Navasakthi in , Krishnamurthy stayed with C. Rajagopalachari at the Gandhi Ashram in Tiruchengode in Salem district and helped him edit Vimochanam, a Tamil journal devoted to propagating prohibition. In , he was again imprisoned for six months. Next year Krishnamurthy joined Ananda Vikatan , a humour weekly edited and published by S. He wrote under the pen names of "Kalki", "Ra. Ki", "Tamil Theni", "Karnatakam" and so on.

Vikatan published many of his short stories and novels as serials. In he left Ananda Vikatan and rejoined the freedom struggle and courted arrest. On his release after three months he and Sadasivam started Kalki magazine. He was its editor until his death on 5 December The success that Krishnamurthy attained in the realm of historical fiction is phenomenal.

The sudden twists and turns, which characterised serialised stories, made the stories unrealistic. There has, however, been a re-appraisal of Kalki, particularly among Marxist critics, in recent years. Kalki wrote the script and some lyrics for Meera , an M. Subbulakshmi starrer. He spearheaded a movement that wanted Carnatic musicians to include more Tamil songs in their concerts and composed a number of songs.

Novels Kalki considered Alai Osai, which was serialised in Kalki in —49 and published as a book in , as his best. The novel won for him the Sahitya Akademi Award posthumously in , it has for its backdrop the freedom struggle and deals with social reforms and politics. It was serialised in Ananda Vikatan , which was being filmed at the same time, were used as illustration. After a successful run for six weeks, the film, directed by veteran K.

Subramanyam , was banned by the colonial Government on the grounds that it indirectly aroused the people to fight for freedom. Both the periods are a mixture of many aspects of the history of Tamil Nadu such as that of religions, literature, art and architecture and also of administration.

Kalki had been a keen student of these aspects which he learnt through epigraphic, inscriptional and numismatic sources and he enriched his novels with all these facts of history. Kalki got inspiration to write Parthiban Kanavu and Sivagamiyin Sapatham on the seashore of Mahabalipuram , when he was accompanied by Rasikamani T. They left a deep and lasting impression upon his heart and only after finishing Sivakamiyin Sabadam, twelve years later.

Kalki had also the genius to classify the historical and non-historical events, historical and non-historical characters and how much the novel owes to history. In his introduction to Sivakamiyin Sabadam and conclusion to Ponniyin Selvan, he explains the percentage of fact and fiction.


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