'The world of letters can’t be dominated by hate'

Print edition : February 16, 2018

K.P. Ramanunni Photo: S.Ramesh Kurup

K.P. Ramanunni with (from left) P.K. Parakkadavu, M.T. Vasudevan Nair and P. K. Gopy at a "cultural resistance" programme organised against the fascistic incursions into freedom of expression, in Kozhikode on September 21, 2015. Photo: K. Ragesh

In Daivathinte Pusthakam (God's Own Book), in a first of sorts, he made the Prophet Muhammad the lead character.

"Sufi Paranja Katha" (What the Sufi Said) deals with the love story of a Muslim boy and a Hindu girl who converts to Islam but is unable to resist the tug of her former religious beliefs.

Interview with K.P. Ramanunni, Sahitya Akademi award winner.
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