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Kandasamy Kandasamy (alternate spellings include Kantacami, Kandasami, Kanthasamy, Kanthaswamy and others; ) may refer to:
Meena Kandasamy Her two books were reviewed by the "New Indian Express". "Touch" was criticised for its English language errors, though its challenging themes were described as "interesting". "Ms. Militancy" was described as an improvement in her use of the English language but "disastrous, if not worse" in terms of themes and content. A review in "The Hindu" put the negative criticism into context, describing Meena's work as difficult for anyone whose politics were "mainstream". Her poetry is "about the female self and body in ways not 'allowed' by this discourse". An analysis of "Touch" and "Ms Militancy" in the "Journal of Postcolonial Cultures and Societies" concludes that Meena "authors a poetic discourse that not only castigates the prevalent modes of subjugation but also resolutely strives towards futures that are yet to be born." Amidst all this, it is interesting to note what Meena says about her poetry. In an interview with Sampsonia Way Magazine, she says "My poetry is naked, my poetry is in tears, my poetry screams in anger, my poetry writhes in pain. My poetry smells of blood, my poetry salutes sacrifice. My poetry speaks like my people, my poetry speaks for my people."
Meena Kandasamy Concert held in Pittsburgh, the 14th Poetry Africa
Meena Kandasamy Literature Festival (2011). She has co-authored a book named "AYYANKALI: A Dalit leader of Organic Protest", a biography of Ayyankali, a dalit leader in Kerala. Meena was shortlisted among the 21 Short fiction women writers aged less than 40 from South Asia to be featured in an anthology published by Zubaan, New Delhi, the country's first feminist publishing house. In addition, Meena edited "The Dalit", a bi-monthly English magazine. In 2014 published a novel about the Kilvenmani massacre titled "The Gypsy Goddess", influenced by the figure of Kurathi Amman, her "ancestral goddess". As of January 2013, she is working on a book titled "Caste and the City of Nine Gates", her first non-fiction work.
Kandasamy Kandar He called a meeting of his Vanniyar community elders, govt officials, socially conscious leaders and many others whom he regarded as well -wishers. The meeting, actually a statewide conference was organized and held at Nanjai Edayar in 1914, and this event had a tremendous impact in the region.
Sa. Kandasamy Sa. Kandasamy (born 1940) is a novelist from Mayiladuthurai in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Meena Kandasamy Meena works closely with issues of caste and gender and how the society puts people into stereotypical roles on the basis of these categories. She has claimed her identity as a Dalit woman and presents a fierce critique of Hindu and Tamil myths by using a feminist and anti-caste perspective to retell them through her works. In the preface to her collection of poems titled "'Ms. Militancy,"' she writes, “So, my ‘Mahabharat’ moves to Las Vegas; my Ramayan is retold in three different ways…telling my story another way lets me forgive you.” She has faced a lot of abuse, hatred and threats for her fearless criticism of the Hindu society, to which she says, "This threat of violence shouldn’t dictate what you are going to write or hinder you in any manner.”
Kandasamy Kandar Sri.Sankara Kandaswami Kandar was born to Sankara Kandar and Veerayi Ammal on 23 May 1880 in Nanjai Edayar. He had two siblings, a brother and a sister. The said sister was the wife of another philanthropist of this area Sri.Parimala Kandar.
Kandasamy Kandar After succeeding his father as Munsiff, Sri.Sankara Kandaswami Kandar started proving his efficiency as an able administrator despite had only elementary education. His work was enriched by his cleverness and his sense of social service and philanthropy. His agricultural enterprises prospered and he grew rich and he wanted to utilize his wealth for good causes.
Kandasamy Kandar Prominent leaders and personalities from far and wide attended it and Sri Sankara Kandaswami Kandar outlined his plans for the uplift of the people in the region with his own resources. At the end of the deliberation, he was awarded the title of Sambu Kulasekarar in honour of his far reaching plans for social reforms.