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- A. Ramachandran: Achutan Ramachandran Nair, popularly known as A. Ramachandran, is a renowned Indian painter, born in 1935 in Attingal, Kerala. In 2005,he was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India’s third highest civilian honour, for outstanding service to the nation. and in 2002, he was elected a Fellow of the Lalit Kala Akademi.
- born in (81 years ago) in Kerala
- education: University of Kerala
- written works: "Hanuman", "Ten Wood Cutters", "The Song of Circles", "Land of Romol", "The Magic Puppets", "Jivya and the Tiger God", "This India", "Dakiya The Mailman", "The Bad King Who Became A Good King", "The Flute in the Himalayas", "Painted abode of gods", "The universe in the lotus pond", "A. Ramachandran, imagined territory, reclaiming a lost paradise", "Dr̥śyasāraṃ"
- A. Ramachandran a.k.a. Anantanand Rambachan is a Trinidadian Hindu-American scholar with a specific focus on interreligous dialogue.
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Volume 46 - Pumps: Bypass to Reboilers by John J. McKetta Jr
and P A. Ramachandran. " Modelling of a Batch Slurry Reactor for Hydrogenation of o-nitroanisole to o- anisidine," Proc. ISCRE. 8. Edinburgh. Pergamon Press, U.K.. 205 (1984). Chaudhari, R. V..
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Vijayan, A. Ramachandran lyr K.L. Poonkunnam m A. Vijayan, A. Ramchandran lp Master Kurup, Veeran A highly acclaimedneo-realist experiment telling of Appu (Moni), the son of an industrial worker and a maid.
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