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Vennikkulam Gopala Kurup

Vennikkulam Gopala Kurup (1902–1980) was a poet from Kerala, India. He was born on May 10, 1902 in Vennikkulam Pathanamthitta, Kerala. to Cherukattumadathil Padmanabha kurup and Laksmikunjamma. He started writing poetry from the age of 15 and after passing Vidwan examination. Gopalakurup worked as teacher for 25 years at M.G.M H.S, Thiruvalla. He later worked in Malayalam Lexicon and State Manuscripts Library. He was awarded the titles 'Sahithya nipunan' by the Maharaja of Kochi and 'Sahithyakalanidhi' by Kerala Hindiprachara Sabha. In 1967 he got the Odakkuzhal award, Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award and Thirukkural Award for his collection Manikyaveena.

In 1974 Kendra Sahitya Akademi Award was given for the work Kamasurabhi. He has represented Kerala in the national poets' meetings held at Delhi,Calcutta and Bangalore.

He is married to Mepral Mangattu Madhavi Amma.[1][2] He died on August 29, 1980.

Works

Sarovaram

Manasaputhri

Vellithalam

Vasantholsavam

Amruthabhishekam

Manikyaveena

Keralasree

Soundaryapooja

Kadaleevanam

Kamsurabhi

Ponnampalamedu

ThulaseedasaRamayanam

Thirukkural

Sidharthacharitham

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