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    Default Kerala History Thread- 1956il നിന്നൊരു പിന്നോക്കസഞ്ചാരം


    1956 ഇൽ ഐക്യകേരളം ഉണ്ടാകുന്നതിനു മുൻപുള്ള കഥകൾ, നിങ്ങളുടെ അറിവുകൾ ഇവിടെ പങ്കുവെക്കാം, സംശയങ്ങൾ ചോദിക്കാം.

    കായംകുളം രാജ്യത്തെ യക്ഷിശല്യത്തെ പറ്റിയും മറ്റുമുള്ള ചർച്ചകൾ ഒഴിവാക്കുക. @kandahassan


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    Super thread bro ....

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    825 AD = 1 ME (malayalam era / kollavarsham)

    Why 825 AD is considered as 1 ME?
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    Quote Originally Posted by firecrown View Post
    825 AD = 1 ME (malayalam era / kollavarsham)

    Why 825 AD is considered as 1 ME?
    Athu sari, mattullavar chodikkum ningal utharam parayum ennaanu karuthiye ... ippo ithaa ningal chodikkunnu ...
    When truth is a fantasy, reality lies ..
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    rayana ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naradhan View Post
    Athu sari, mattullavar chodikkum ningal utharam parayum ennaanu karuthiye ... ippo ithaa ningal chodikkunnu ...
    enikku valiya pidiyilla kerala charithram....schooling gulfil aayirunnu...avide kerala history onnum padippichilla...pathonpatham noottandu enna cinema kandukazhinjappol aanu curious aayathu
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    Digital archive of Malayalam books printed before 1960: https://shijualex.in/list-of-malayal...-domain-books/

    First book printed in Malayalam was in 1772: https://archive.org/details/dli.mal.GkVI157
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    The digital archive that Shiju Alex built



    Twelve years ago, Shiju Alex began a journey that one imagined only multibillion-dollar companies, big universities and ambitious governments would dare to undertake.

    A technical writer at a private company in Bengaluru, Alex launched a digital archive to house thousands of books and manuscripts relating to Kerala dating back to the 18th century. He called it Grandhapura, which in Malayalam means The House of Books, a home where anyone could access and download documents and books not available in the public domain for free.

    More than a decade later, Alex's archive has grown into a digital home for 120,000 pages. It has Samkshepavedartham, a concise study of Christian moral theology, printed in Rome in 1772 and considered the first printed book in Malayalam, Ramban Bible, the first book in Malayalam printed in India (in Mumbai in 1811), the first Malayalam dictionary (1846), the first book in Malayalam with colour pictures (1860), several manuscripts of books and even a few works on palm leaves.

    Nearly all of Grandhapura's documents were printed before 1960, in line with Indian copyright laws that cover books for 60 years after the death of the author. All the Grandhapura documents are available on American non-profit site archive.org and an announcement is made on Alex's website (www.shijualex.in) every time a document is uploaded to archive.org.

    There are no known records of previous attempts by individuals to digitally archive documents related to Kerala, making Grandhapura the first digital archive in India to be built by a single individual based on books about one state and language. There have been similar initiatives in the country like the Project Madurai for ancient Tamil literature, but none of them is run by a single individual, and at the scale and size of Grandhapura.

    "Grandhapura's focus is on all documents related to Kerala," says Alex, who was born in Palakkad, Kerala. "The main goal is accessibility by the people. In Kerala, several government institutions and universities have digitised centuries-old books and documents. But these are not available to a wider section of people," he adds. "Handwritten documents, price lists of shops and even shopping lists found inside old books have a lot of value after decades."

    Alex says there are only two factors in favour of what goes into Grandhapura. "There are two filters, one copyright, and two, it should be related to Kerala," says the champion of open source who was drawn into the world of old objects early in his childhood. "From childhood I used to collect old things like letters kept by my grandfather. I had no interest in contemporary objects."

    His first encounter with archiving came when as a new college graduate, Alex joined the Wikipedia in Malayalam as a volunteer one-and-half decade ago. "We typed text from Malayalam books available in the public domain into the Wiki Malayalam Granthasala. I realised then that there was no original Malayalam text available online. It was a big blank area in the language," says Alex, who specialised in astrophysics for his Master's Degree from the University of Bangalore.

    In early 2012, a year after he left his voluntary work with Wikipedia, Alex began building Grandhapura. The process of creating a digital archive was simple on paper though it required days of work for each book. First he took pictures of each page of a book with a digital camera. Next, these images were processed using a software to create an ebook. In the last stage, the ebook was uploaded onto archive.org. Alex also launched a blog to make announcements about books available for the public. "The archive.org is an ocean. Therefore, I made an announcement about a new upload on my website everytime a new book was digitised," he says.

    "Everyday, thousands of documents are getting lost. The digital archive related to Kerala is a great work for humanity," says Jisso Jose, founder of the Bangalore-based software product engineering firm Totient Business Solutions, who has helped Alex procure digitising equipment, including a German-made Bookeye scanner a few years ago. "Technology has helped overcome the challenges in accessing Malayalam language and Grandhapura is a major tool in this change," says Kannan Shanmugham, a former master trainer with Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education, which provides teacher training in new education software.

    "Alex insists on the quality of archiving. When I used to send him scanned copies, he would promptly send them back. I had to scan three-four times before he was satisfied," says Tony George, Principal, Government Teacher Training Institute in Kottayam, Kerala, who gave a first edition copy of Sabdatharavali, a Malayalam dictionary first published in 1918, for the digital archive.

    Amassing digital wealth

    The books and manuscripts came from different sources, including libraries, private collections, teachers and families of authors who are no longer alive. Samkshepavedartham, the first printed book in Malayalam, was located in a Christian seminary in Bengaluru. It took Alex one week to scan its 200 pages. As many as 293 books, including some on palm leaves, came from Alex's collaboration with the Gundert Legacy Project by the Tbingen University in Germany, which came in possession of several manuscripts and books printed by German missionary and linguist Hermann Gundert in Kerala in the 19th century.

    "The accessibility of these early texts in print in Malayalam cover all kinds of subjects. In terms of the social history of a region/language I see the great potential to understand the development of the language and the script much better," says Prof. Heike Oberlin, head of Department of Indology at the Tbingen University. "Important pieces of the puzzle that have been missing for a long time in the formation of Malayalam become tangible, which also influences the self-image of Malayalam speakers. At the same time, documents are digitally saved that may no longer be available in a few years," adds Prof. Oberlin. "It never ceases to amaze me how persistently Shiju Alex, a layman, pursues these goals. Naturally, one would expect a highly decorated university professor, endowed with research funds, but that is not the case."

    "Grandhapura is immensely important for a wide range of research concerns related to Kerala and Malayalam, not only in social history, but also in environmental history, education, language and literature, folklore, history of science, postcolonialism, and digital humanities to name a few," says Ophira Gamliel, Lecturer in South Asian Religions at the University of Glasgow. "This is an exemplary, world-class digitisation project in terms of its professionality, foresightedness, and breadth of vision," adds Dr Gamliel, who has worked in locating and digitising Arabic-Malayalam manuscripts in Kerala as part of the British Library Endangered Archives Programme. "Our project was definitely inspired by Shiju Alex and his work."

    Grandhapura, Dr Gamliel says, is "uniquely managed voluntarily by a single person with no institutional or financial support, which is absolutely astonishing". "Moreover, its vision goes beyond open-access; it is more akin to the open-archive policy with no restriction for the usage and reusage of the digital images. And this is an exemplary open-archive approach that is the ideal approach to developing and transmitting knowledge, in any language and culture," she adds.

    Call for help

    With all the praise and popularity, Grandhapura should have been setting its eyes on achieving further heights. Instead, in December last year Alex said on his blog that he would be discontinuing work on the archive. He listed three reasons: rapid increase in the volume of documents awaiting digitisation, lack of proper equipment and complete absence of financial support.

    The announcement shocked fans and followers of Grandhapura. There were soon letters, emails, messages and phone calls asking him to reconsider. Bowing to calls for continuing his archive project, Alex has now drawn up a proposal to convert Grandhapura into a non-profit organisation and appeal for community support to continue the digitisation drive.

    "The aim is to establish state-of-the-art digitisation centres and build and maintain a high-quality open digital library of books, audio, video, images, and other cultural artifacts related to Kerala," reads the proposal, which advocates bringing in directors and creating an advisory board and a panel of leading archivists.

    After providing tens of thousands of people, including students, teachers and research scholars, historical content for more than a decade, only financial support from community members, leaders and entrepreneurs can stop Grandhapura from disappearing into the virtual void.

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    താളിയോലയും നാരായവും

    പണ്ടുകാലങ്ങളിൽ കടലാസ് പ്രചാരത്തിലാകുന്നതിനു മുമ്പ് ഒരു ദേശത്തുനിന്നു മറ്റൊരു ദേശത്തേക്ക് വാർത്തകൾ കൈമാറാനും ആധാരം പട്ടയം രസീതുകൾ തുടങ്ങിയ രേഖകൾ എഴുതി സൂക്ഷിക്കുവാനും ഉപയോഗിച്ചിരുന്നതാണ് ഇവ.

    പ്രധാനമായും പനയോലകൾ വെള്ളത്തിലിട്ടുണക്കിയെടുത്താണ് എഴുത്തോല(താളിയോല) നിർമ്മിച്ചിരുന്നത്.

    ഇരുമ്പുകൊണ്ട് നിർമ്മിച്ച എഴുത്താണി(നാരായം) കൊണ്ടാണ് എഴുത്തോലയിൽ എഴുതിയിരുന്നത്. 6 മുതൽ 6.5 ഇഞ്ച് വരെ നീളമുണ്ടായിരുന്നു ഇവയ്ക്ക്.

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    മാവേലിക്കര ശ്രീകൃഷ്ണ സ്വാമി ക്ഷേത്രത്തിന്റെ ശ്രീകോവിലിന് മുന്നിലുള്ള സ്തംഭവിളക്ക്



    ഡച്ചുകാരുമായി മാര്*ത്താണ്ഡവര്*മ്മ ഉണ്ടാക്കിയ സമാധാന സൗഹൃദ കരാര്* ഉടമ്പടിയുടെ സ്മരണക്കായി ഡിലെനോയ് നിര്*മ്മിച്ചു നല്*കിയ സ്തംഭവിളക്കാണ് ഇന്നും മാവേലിക്കര ശ്രീകൃഷ്ണ സ്വാമി ക്ഷേത്രത്തിന്റെ ശ്രീകോവിലിന് മുന്നിലുള്ളത്*.

    സ്തംഭ വിളക്കിന് ചുറ്റും നാല് ഡച്ച് പോരാളികളുടെ ശില്*പങ്ങളുണ്ട്. തോക്കേന്തിയ നിലയിലുള്ള പട്ടാളക്കാരുടെ ഈ അപൂര്*വ്വ ശില്*പങ്ങള്*, ഡച്ച് രീതിയില്* ഒരുവശം മടക്കിവച്ച വലിയ തൊപ്പിയും ധരിച്ച് കാവല്* നില്*ക്കുന്ന രൂപത്തിലാണ്. 1746 ല്* മാര്*ത്താണ്ഡര്*മ, ഇപ്പോഴത്തെ മാവേലിക്കര ഉള്*പ്പെടുന്ന പ്രദേശമടക്കം തന്റെ അധീനതയിലാക്കി തിരുവിതാംകൂറിനോട് ചേര്*ത്ത ശേഷമാണ് ഡച്ചുകാരുമായി സമാധാന സൗഹൃ ഉടമ്പടിയുണ്ടാക്കിയത്.


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    നിര്*മലയുടെ 75-ാം വാര്*ഷികം; സിനിമയും പ്രിന്റും വിസ്മൃതിയിൽ: ഒാര്*മകളിലൂടെ വീണ്ടെടുപ്പ് | Nirmala

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