Owner: Vakkom Moulavi
Founded : 1905
Swadeshabhimani was a newspaper published in Travancore, which was banned and confiscated by the Government of Travancore in 1910 due to its criticisms against the government and the Diwan of Travancore, P.Rajagopalachari.
First editor was C.P Govindapillai. Swadeshabhimani K. Ramakrishna Pillai (1878–1916) was a writer, journalist, Newspaper editor, and political activist in the erstwhile princely state of Travancore (Kerala, India). He became the editor of the
newspaper in 1906 and hence known by the name Swadeshabhimani .
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