Moidu Vanimel

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Moidu Vanimel
BornMoidu K P
(1959-05-16) 16 May 1959 (age 63)
Kulparambu, Kozhikode district Kerala India
💼 Occupation
Journalist & Photographer
📆 Years active  1990–present
👩 Spouse(s)C S Jameela
👶 ChildrenRaheem, Ramees, Riyas
👴 👵 Parent(s)T K Ahmed Master & P P Kadeesa

Moidu vanimel is a South India-based journalist and photographer. Moidu started journalism as staff reporter in leading Malayalam daily Madhyamam and retired as News editor in 2017. He was concentrated writing reports regularly on political developments, environmental issues and health issues related environmental pollution more than two decades. After journalism career he started journey as wildlife photographer.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Early life[edit]

Moidu studied in Government Sanskrit College, Pattambi completed M A in malayalam language and literature. During his college study he was actively involved as editorial board member with Padabhedham periodical.[7] Then he joined in Madhyamam Daily as Reporter then he promoted as news editor for Madhyamam Daily and Madhyamam weekly. When he was Retiring in 2017 June he was working as news editor.

As photographer[edit]

After journalism career he completed photography course from University of Calicut with A Grade in 2018. He full time concentrated in travel, bird watching and photography. As part of bird photography and documentation, conducted extensive travels to Koonthankulam Bird Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Odisha, Sathal in Uttarakhand, Mandal, Chafi, Choptha and pangod. Visited all the bird sanctuaries in Gujarat, Kolkata, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. He conducted a solo photography exhibition on Himalayan birds at Kerala Lalithakala Akademi Hall in Kozhikode in June 2019. He also published one short story collection in malayalam.[8]


  1. "'ബ്രൈറ്റ് ഐസ്' ; മൊയ്തു വാണിമേലിന്‍റെ ഫോട്ടോപ്രദര്‍ശനം ലളിതകലാ അക്കാദമി ആര്‍ട് ഗാലറിയില്‍". Asianet News Network Pvt Ltd.
  2. Staff Reporter (17 February 2015). "'Right of Return' from jails abroad" – via
  3. "2 way efforts on to release Jayachandran". Deccan Chronicle. 22 December 2014.
  4. "At Last, a Happy Homecoming for 'Malekalyanam' Victim Rubeena". The New Indian Express.
  5. "Chandy's help sought to free Malayalis jailed in Maldives | Thiruvananthapuram News - Times of India". The Times of India.
  6. "മൊയ്തു വാണിമേലിന്റെ പക്ഷികളുടെ ഫോട്ടോ പ്രദര്‍ശനം". 2 June 2019.
  7. Staff Reporter (10 January 2017). "Nationalism product of imaginary society: MGS" – via
  8. "ഭൂമിവാതുക്കല്‍".

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