Google doodle celebrates life and literature of writer Kamala Das: ‘World of an engrossing woman’
New Delhi: Search engine Google on Thursday celebrated the life and literature of 1 poetess main Malayalam writer from Kerala – Kamala Das.
“As we speak’s Doodle by artist Manjit Thapp celebrates the work she left behind, which offers a window into the world of an engrossing girl,” Google wrote.
“As we speak we rejoice poet and writer Kamala Das on the the publication date of her autobiography, “My Story,” launched in 1976. Das’ life and work had a boldness and shapeshifting high quality, whether or not it was the numerous genres she wrote in or the varied languages wherein she expressed herself,” it added.
Das, was decided to reside life on her personal phrases, resisting labels akin to “feminist” and selecting totally different names for herself over the course of her life. When she started publishing, she used the pseudonym Madhavikutty; Ami was her pet identify; and Suraiyya, the identify she gave herself upon her conversion to Islam.
She initially wrote her autobiography in English, however alongside translated it to Malayalam. The story captures her life from childhood to marriage and past, describing the wealthy inside world of a artistic soul. Whereas some discovered the guide to be controversial, together with family members who tried to dam it from being printed, many readers had been enchanted by the lyricism and honesty of her writing