Tulkree He started writing Tamil short stories in the Tamil Weekly Sudesamithran and also worked as a reporter in Sudesamithran from to While in college, he was influenced dandilyan the visit of C. He was one of the very few Tamil writers to get a monthly salary from Kumudam for his novels. Views Read Edit View history. Rajagopalachari and joined the Indian independence movement. Later he became a sub-editor at the English daily newspaper Hindustan Times. His historical novels were published in book form by Vanadhi Padhippagam and became best sellers.
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His family was from Thiruindalur village near Mayiladuthurai. His college education came from Tiruchirappalli St. While in college, he was influenced by the visit of C. Rajagopalachari and joined the Indian independence movement. He became a member of the Indian National Congress.
He married Ranganayaki in Early career[ edit ] After finishing college he moved to T. Nagar in the s. He became friends with his neighbours V. Swaminatha Sharma who was working in Thiru. With their encouragement he wrote his first short story titled Shantha Seelan. Encouraged by this success Sandilyan started learning the Tamil language formally from a Tamil Pandit named Thirukannapuram Srinivachariar. He started writing Tamil short stories in the Tamil Weekly Sudesamithran and also worked as a reporter in Sudesamithran from to Later he became a sub-editor at the English daily newspaper Hindustan Times.
He co-wrote the screenplays of films like Swarga Seema and En Veedu He later wrote about his film world experiences in his book Cinema Valarndha Kadhai Later he also produced a documentary titled "Birth of a Newspaper".
Novels[ edit ] After his stint at the Hindustan Times he returned to work at Sudesamithran and started writing full-length novels. One of his first works was a self-published political novel called Balathkaaram. He also started publishing in other magazines like Amudhasurabi.
Paalaivanathu pushpam and Sandha deepam were his earliest historical novels. He was one of the very few Tamil writers to get a monthly salary from Kumudam for his novels. After leaving Kumudam, he unsuccessfully ran a weekly magazine called Kamalam.
His historical novels were published in book form by Vanadhi Padhippagam and became best sellers. As of , many of them still remain in print, four decades after being first published. Kamil Zvelebil once called him as the "fourth most popular Tamil Writer".
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