Ki Rajanarayanan

Final rites with full State honours for Ki Rajanarayanan, statue at Kovilpatti: Stalin

Chief Minister MK Stalin and leaders of various political parties paid rich encomiums on legendary Tamil writer Ki Rajanarayanan (Ki Ra), who passed away on Monday at Puducherry.

published on : 19th May 2021

‘Naina’ of Karisal tales no more

Leaving behind numerous stories full of life, and as many story tellers, Ki Ra died in Puducherry on Monday night

published on : 19th May 2021

Micha Kathaigal in Ki Rajanarayanan's Idaiseval village

A pall of gloom descended over Idaiseval on Tuesday as the news of Ki Rajanarayanan’s death spread.

published on : 19th May 2021

Will consider converting Ki Rajanarayanan's home into library: Governor Tamilisai

Various Tamil writers had earlier in the day made requests to convert the writer’s home in Puducherry into a memorial library.

published on : 19th May 2021

Obituary | Ki Ra was a 'Naina' or 'Bheeshmar' for many writers

Speak to any Karisal writer alive and they fondly call him as Naina (a Telugu-Tamil word used to address father) or as Bheeshmar - a paternal and wise figure from Mahabharatham.

published on : 18th May 2021

Renowned Tamil writer K Rajanarayanan dies at 98

Rajanarayanan was ailing from age related health conditions for sometime and breathed his last at the government quarters in Puducherry.

published on : 18th May 2021

Writer Ki Rajanarayanan passes away at 98 in Puducherry

Due to illness, he was in bed rest for the past few months and died at the age of 98, on Monday night at his home.

published on : 18th May 2021