Kunchan Nambiar

(1705 – 1770 / Killikkurussimangalam, Palakkad, Kerala / India)

Kunchan Nambiar Poems

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  • P V UNNIKRISHNAN (3/1/2019 7:50:00 AM)

    " Panivada" means one who plays a percussion instrument with hands. Instruments such as Mizhavu, Mridangam, Maddalam, Thimila and so on. Here 'n' is as in 'tune', not as in 'line'. Nambiar plays Mizhavu in temples as a background score to Chakiar Koothu and Koodiyattam.

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  • shemeera marakkar (7/30/2018 10:04:00 AM)

    That is really goods poem

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  • Anilkumar p r (6/17/2018 7:22:00 AM)

    Evergreen poet with love and the present rulers rule performances presented with commedy

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  • Shreya Prasanth (11/29/2017 6:06:00 AM)

    it is fantasting poems

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Best Poem of Kunchan Nambiar

The Kingdom Of The Gandharaka Ruler

The kingdom of the Gandharaka ruler
Has turned into a mere desert.
The land of the Simhala King
Is now filled with lions and leopards.
The lord of the Chera people
Feeds himself on cheap vegetables.
The Chola King has nothing to eat
Except the maize of low quality
The kings of the Kuru house
Have nothing but jackfruit seeds.
The lord of the land of Kashmir
Is busy eating cucumbers.
The ruler of the Champeya land
Eats only tubers and broken rice.
The Konkan prince is about to die
Thinking of his wives' breasts.

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