Oro pravashyavum garbha paathram clean aayal, adutha 5 mathe divasam muthal ooro 24 manikoorukalilum ooro jeevanulla shtree beejam ulpadhikkunnu, athinte jeevan 24 manikoor nerathekku maathram nilanilkkunnu, anghane oro aardhaava chakrathilum 10 – 12 jeevanulla shtree beejam undakunnu (shtree kalude aaroghya / sareerika reethi anusarichu – undakarundu).
Aunty paranjhu namukkividirunnu samsaarikkaam, vaikunneram veetil poyaal mathi.
Ninne kalyanam kazhikkunna kuttikku niraasa pedendi varilla Vaikunnerathode jhanghal veetil ethi, aale yethicha kaariyam jhaan uncle nedu parajhirunnu, raathriyil uncle kada adachu veetil vannappol Mary aunty ye kandu santhoshichu.
Oonu kazhijha udane, matthonnu cheyikkate aunty ye kootti bed roomil kayari kadhak adachu; teacherum ammayum dheshayathil oronnum piru piruthu kondu baakki adukkala panikal theerthu.
She was born on March 31, 1934 in Malabar in Kerala, India. In 1984, she was short-listed for the Nobel Prize for Literature along with Marguerite Yourcenar, Doris Lessing, and Nadine Gordimer.
Kamala Das is probably the first Hindu woman to openly and honestly talk about sexual desires of Indian woman, which made her an iconoclast of her generation.