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Abraham Eraly 15 August —8 April was an Indian writer of history, a teacher, and the founder of Chennai -based magazine Aside. Abraham Eraly was born in the village of Ayyampalli in Ernakulam district , Kerala on 15 August Bored with the monotony of teaching, [3] Eraly resigned his professorship in and founded the Chennai -based magazine Aside , India's first English-language city magazine.

Following financial difficulties, it closed in Eraly's earliest publications were poems and short stories. In , Eraly moved to Pondicherry , where he lived in Sarathambal Nagar. Many of his books were divided and re-published under different names leading to multiple titles. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Abraham Eraly. The News Minute. The Hindu. Retrieved 4 October Retrieved 20 April In Lakshmi, C. The Unhurried City: Writings on Chennai.

Penguin Books India. Malayalam literature. Kerala Sahitya Akademi. Suhara B. Sandhya C. Radhakrishnan C. Balakrishnan C. Raman Pillai C.

Sreeraman Chandramathi Cherukad E. Harikumar E. Vasu G. Indugopan George Onakkoor Gracy I. Kaimaparamban K. Baby K. Mohana Varma K. Ezhuthachan K. Nirmal Kumar K. Ramanunni K. Meera K. Rekha K. Surendran K. Mukundan M. Sukumaran M. Mohanan N. Pisharody N. Chellappan Nair N. Mohammed N. Madhavan Nandanar Narayan O. Vijayan Omchery N. Pillai Oyyarathu Chandu Menon P. Ayyaneth P. Mathews P. Balakrishnan P. Kesavadev P. Shyamala P.

Surendran P. Hareesh S. Rajeevan T. Padmanabhan T. Kochubava T. Khader U. Ayyappan A. Shankara Kurup Irayimman Thampi K.

Ayyappa Panicker K. Govindan M. Appan M. Kurup Olappamanna Subramanian Namboothirippad P. Kunhiraman Nair P. Parameswara Iyer Unnayi Variyar V. Madhusoodanan Nair V. Thomas C. Jose C. Sreekantan Nair G. Sankara Pillai S. Puram Sadanandan Thoppil Bhasi T. Gopinathan Nair. Annie Thayyil C. Venkiteswaran Joseph Mundassery K. Daniel K. Appan K. Damodaran K. Sanu M. Krishnan Nair author M. Leelavathy M. Vijayan M.

Paul M. Chandrasekharan Narendra Prasad S. Guptan Nair S. Sreejan Vijayakrishnan V. Narayana Panickar. Leela Devi M. Kumaran M. Sathyaardhi N. Damodaran Nileena Abraham.

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An under-appreciated master storyteller fades away. On March 22nd, , Abraham Eraly, the little-known master-historian based in Puducherry, suffered a paralytic attack which rendered the right side of his body useless. He had been living alone in an apartment in Sarathambal Nagar in the coastal town for nearly four years. In recent months he working on what he thought was the most important project of his life. His wife Sita Eraly lives in Pondicherry too, and was helping him through his illness. His son, Satish Eraly, flew down from the US to look after his father.


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