SKerala, fondly called the God's Own Country is the most mesmerizing state of India. With every passing day, the love for this gripping state is increasing in the hearts of the tourists. Apart from housing such wonderful scenery and thrilling beaches, the state is also known for its admired Malayalam Newspaper, Kerala Kaumudi. Today, the newspaper has become the third most circulated newspaper in Malayalam.
Kerala Kaumudi is Kerala's famed Malayalam Newspaper, which was established in the year 1911 by C. V. Kunhiraman with Padmabhushan K. Sukumaran B.A. as the founder editor. C. V. Kunhiraman was a social reformer, journalist and a leader. He was also the great follower of a Hindu saint, sadhu, Sree Narayana Guru. C. V. Kunhiraman's biggest dream was to establish a newspaper of his own. He certainly completed his dream in 1911 and named it Kerala Kaumudi. Initially, it was a weekly newspaper in Mayyanad but with time it became the most influential dailies in Malayalam, which has raised its voice against corruption and injustice.
Certainly Kerala Kaumudi became the voice of India and with the sharp criticism, audacious opinions and influential language, the newspaper created a trend in Travancore. The newspaper has never let India down and always included the reliable and trustworthy content. The content of the newspaper is really influential because of which it became the first choice of the millions of people. At the beginning point of the newspaper, C.V. Kunhiraman himself was the proprietor - editor, printer, publisher of Kerala Kaumudi. Also, he was the proofreader to Kerala Kunhiraman.
Padmabhushan K. Sukumaran B.A. was the co-editor of Kerala Kaumudi Daily, which is crossing its centenary year. Further, K. Sukumaran B.A. was tenderly called "Pathradipar", which signifies Chief Editor in Malayalam. It was under his billet that Kerala Kaumudi achieved to the present heights. K. Sukumaran B.A.'s speech at Kulathoor recognized as Kulathoor prasangam is labeled in history with great importance.
The newspaper is printed from a lot of cities of South India like Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Alappuzha, Kochi, Kozhikode, Kannur and Bangalore. Also, you can find the online edition of the newspaper which is uploaded in two languages, respectively, Malayalam and English. The online edition is also popular amongst the people. The overseas edition of the newspaper is printed from various centers of London, New York and Singapore. Currently, M. S. Mani occupies the post of Chief Editor of the newspaper.