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Most widely read column

k n saileshan

The most widely read literary column in Malayalam is "Aksharajaalakam" of M.K. Harikumar.

It is read by people who are in touch with 'letters' and those who want to know about the developments in the literary world.
I read "Aksharajalakam" first the moment I get Kalakaumudi. I am, in a way, addicted to it.
I don,t know why.
I am so anxious to know what Harikumar says about a writer through his column.
I approached Harikumar to share my anxiety with him. He said of the comments made by people from different parts of the country who read "Aksharajalakam".

A woman journalist from Kottayam called Harikumar on Saturday and said:"I've to wait two more days to read your column." Kalakaumudi hits the news stands on Mondays. Another young man from Kasaragod called him and asked:"What are the things you wrote about in the coming column? I am so anxious to know about it."
Calls like these are very common now. One writer working…

Most widely read column

k n saileshan

The most widely read literary column in Malayalam is "Aksharajaalakam" of M.K. Harikumar.

It is read by people who are in touch with 'letters' and those who want to know about the developments in the literary world.
I read "Aksharajalakam" first the moment I get Kalakaumudi. I am, in a way, addicted to it.
I don,t know why.
I am so anxious to know what Harikumar says about a writer through his column.
I approached Harikumar to share my anxiety with him. He said of the comments made by people from different parts of the country who read "Aksharajalakam".

A woman journalist from Kottayam called Harikumar on Saturday and said:"I've to wait two more days to read your column." Kalakaumudi hits the news stands on Mondays. Another young man from Kasaragod called him and asked:"What are the things you wrote about in the coming column? I am so anxious to know about it."
Calls like these are very common now. One writer working…