K. Kumar (1893–1973) was an orator, reformer and writer of the Indian pre-independence era. He was one of the earliest socio-political leaders to have brought Gandhi's message and the spirit of the national movement to the erstwhile Travancore State. A gifted translator, he traveled with Gandhi during his Kerala tours, interpreting his English speeches in Malayalam. (Also known as: Travancore Kumar, Elanthur Kumarji; Kuzhikala Kumar)

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  • K. Kumar (1893–1973) was an orator, reformer and writer of the Indian pre-independence era. He was one of the earliest socio-political leaders to have brought Gandhi's message and the spirit of the national movement to the erstwhile Travancore State. A gifted translator, he traveled with Gandhi during his Kerala tours, interpreting his English speeches in Malayalam. (Also known as: Travancore Kumar, Elanthur Kumarji; Kuzhikala Kumar) (en)
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  • K. Kumar (1893–1973) was an orator, reformer and writer of the Indian pre-independence era. He was one of the earliest socio-political leaders to have brought Gandhi's message and the spirit of the national movement to the erstwhile Travancore State. A gifted translator, he traveled with Gandhi during his Kerala tours, interpreting his English speeches in Malayalam. (Also known as: Travancore Kumar, Elanthur Kumarji; Kuzhikala Kumar) (en)
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