Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Sujatha Rangarajan

Sujatha Rangarajan as the pseudonym of the Tamil writer S. Rangarajan, author of over 100 novels, 250 short stories, ten books on science, ten stage plays, and a slim volume of poems. Sujatha Rangarajan was born in Triplicane, Chennai but spent his childhood in Srirangam near Tiruchirapalli under the care of his paternal grandmother owing to his father's frequent transfers in his job. He did his schooling in Srirangam Boys High School, Srirangam. He attended St. Joseph's College, Trichy, where he was a classmate of Abdul Kalam (who later became the President of India). 
               Sujatha graduated in the 1954 class with a B.Sc in Physics (1952–54). Later he studied engineering in Electronics from the Madras Institute of Technology. His writing interests were largely inspired by the short stories and serials published in popular Tamil magazines.


  1. Arputhangalin kalangiyam.. sakotharar vijayasundarukku mikka nandri... ungal pani thodarattum...

  2. you are doing awonderful job

  3. Heloo vijay..
    My name is Jo. I need a favor if you could .. I am interested to do my thesis on Tamil Literatures in translation (to English) so if you could post a list of Tamil novels translated to English it would be of great help..