Taslima`s work translated into Malayalam
Thiruvananthapuram: An autobiographical work of controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen has been translated into Malayalam.
The Malayalam version of her Bengali work "Nirvasan" was brought out by Kerala-based publishing house Green Books, titled "Veedu Nashtapettavar" (Those who lost home).
Taslima, now living in India after incurring the wrath of orthodox sections in her home country, herself released the book at a function in New Delhi yesterday, the publisher said.
The work has been rendered into Malayalam by MKN Potti.
Green Books has already translated 11 books of Taslima, including her most controversial novel "Lajja".
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