Between SVK, The Hindu’s music critic and his father SVV the humourist, they wrote for the paper for almost a century. The article appeared in The Hindu dated December 6, 2014 under the Hidden Histories column.
The quotes from SVV’s works in this article are taken from two sources:
A compilation of SVV’s articles titled At a Dinner and published by Alliance & Co in 1986
Hundred Years of The Hindu, the Epic Story of Indian Nationalism, by Rangaswami Parthasarathy, 1978
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