Malayalam love poem
കണ്ണാടിയില്് നി൯ രൂപം
നീയാകും എ൯ നല്ല കവിേത
പക്േഷ െപാടു൬െന മായും
ഇെത൯ അന്തൃം "ഞാ൯ നിെ൬ സ്േനഹിക്കു൬ു".
A transliteration of my poem.
Kaṇṇāṭiyil ni9 rūpaṁ
Nīyākum e9 nalla kaviēta
Pakēṣa epāṭu6ena māyuṁ
Ieta9 antr̥m "ñā9 nie6 sēnahikku6u".
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Malayalam language and literature
Malayalam is the official language of Kerala. It is closely related to Tamil. There are: 3 dialectal zones, and marked differences for each caste.
Malayalam literature is the youngest of the great Dravidian literatures. It is also one of the most varied and brilliant in India. It is also very diffused, because Kerala is very literate. The earliest work in malayalam would be Darukkavadham, a song dedicated to the goddess Kali. A family of poets from Niranam, gives to Kerala its version of the Gita, its first Mahabharata, and a Ramayana by Rama Panikkar. Regarding Eluttaccan, he remains the greatest classical poet of the 16th century.
Traditional poetry is represented in the 18th century, by Variyar de Ramapura, in the 19th century, by Maharaja Swati Tirunal and Irayimman Tambi and early 20th by K.C. Kesava Pillai. Finally, the two Nambudiri, of the family of Venmani, lead at the contemporary epoch, the extraordinary virtuosity of Sanskrit poetry, in an erotic vein that will represent, for some, the symbol of decadence. The great trio, Asan, Vallatol, and Vlur Paramesvaran, criticism as much as poet, infuses a greater romanticism to poetry. G. Sankara Kurup is considered to be the greatest contemporary malayalam poet.
The writing system of malayalam comes from the brahmi and the grantha. It is beautiful and round like her smile!