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Writer Sujatha

Name Sujatha
Birth Name S. Rangarajan
Pen name Sujatha
Profession Writer
Date of Birth 3 May 1935
Birth Place  Triplicane, Chennai
Religion  Vaishnavite Brahmin, Hindu
Nationality  Indian
Mother Tongue  Tamil
Profession  Writer (Tamil literature), Author, Editor, Screen play writer, Scientist, Engineer, Columnist, Co-Producer
Family  Wife – Sujatha Rangarajan (Postgaduate in Sociology)
Sons – Kesava prasad, Ranga prasad
Education  Education - Boys High School, Srirangam
College - Bachelor’s degree in physics at St. Joseph’s College, Tiruchy and Bachelor's degree in Electronics at the MIT, Chennai.
Expired on  February 27th, 2008
Death Cause Multiple organ failure at Apollo hospital, chennai
Tamil magazines he was associated with Kaniazhi, Ananda Vikatan, Junior vikatan, Kumudam, Kalki, Rani, dhinamani kadhir and Saavi
Areas of interest * Archeology
* Astrophysics
* Biotechnology
* Neuroscience
* Carnatic music
* Tamil literature
* Sociology
Debut Short story : Sivaji (1953) in Kumudam
Novel : Nylon Kayuru
Tamil Cinema : Gayathri
Screenplay & dialogues for Tamil movies  * Gayathri
* Priya
* Ninaithaley Inikkum
* Karaiyellam Senbagpoo
* Vikram
* From the Heart
* Nadodi Thendra
* Roja
* Iruvar
* Uyirae
* Dil se
* Engineer
* Kannathil Muthamittal
* Ayutha Ezhuthu
* Boys
* Kandukondein Kandukondein
* Anniyan
* Indian
* Mudhalvan
* Sivaji
* Billa
* Dasavatharam
* Robot
Science * Has the ability to explain science in very simple terms.
* Used to answer science queries in Ananda vikatan.
* He introduced scientific approach and sharp intelligence in Tamil cinema.
Religious books Has written books on Vaishnavite literature
Screenplay * He entered into Tamil cinema through the movie 'Gayathri' which was made based on his novel 'Gayathri'.
* He became a permanent script writer for Mani Rathnam and Shankar.
* It is said that the 'Robot' title of Rajini's movie was suggested by him. He also suggested 'Iyandiran' and 'Iyandira' as titles. Also it is based on his novels 'En Iniya Iyanthira' and 'Meendum Geno'.
* His 'Karai Ellaam Shenbaga Poo' was translated to French by the author Mrs. Madancalliany Shanmuganandan.
Dramas He wrote different dramas especially for the stage actor poornam viswanathan.
Famous classmate He and former president Abdul Kalam were classmates while studying in St. Joseph's College, Tiruchi.
Columnist He also let people know about the excellent works of wonderful writers in Tamil like Rajanarayanan, Sundara Ramaswamy, Jayamohan, La Sa Ra, Pudhumaipithan etc., by writing about them in his columns.
Tamil fonts He worked on creating Tamil fonts for 'Movie Magic' for Marudhanaayagam movie.
Facts

* He was brought up in Srirangam, near Tiruchi by his paternal grandmother as his father was facing frequent transfers.
* After working in civil aviation department for 14 years, he joined Bharat Electronics in Bangalore, India.
* He has contributed for educational CD-ROMs also.

Pen name While he started writing, as there was another Rangarajan (Ra.Ki) in kumudam, he used his wife's name.
Computer Tamil PC team, a small team working under his guidance brought out easy-to-use Tamil Linux .
Biggest critic Mother-in-law
Awards * Received award from Indian National council for Science and Technology (1993)
* VASWIK Award for Electronic Voting Machine.
* Kalaimamani Award from the Tamil Nadu Government.
* MYLAPORE Academy award for doordharshan best serial "Mahan Ramanujar".
Books Novels – 100
Short stories – 250
Science – 10
Stage Plays – 10
Has written some poems too
About him Crazy Mohan :
"He is one of the most multi-faceted writers in Tamil. His writing was terrific, consistent and extremely informative. He could write just about anything with amazing ease. Sujatha was certainly a genius."

Kamalahasan :
"He didn’t think writing as his profession. He loved it. He never felt proud of his writings. He was a down-to-earth humble person. Because of him my reading interest improved a lot".
Personal website http://www.writersujatha.com/index.html
His comment about his writing "I have never obtained the happiness & satisfaction again which I felt when my first short story Sivaji was published. If someone could search and give me a copy of the story, I might give them a part of my property".
Tips for upcoming writers Read a lot: Read not only in the language you want to write but also in other languages. Put your perspective on what you read.

Put your thoughts down: Don’t wait for the entire story to shape up in your mind. Put down things as you come across and then organize.

Write what you know: Develop story lines based on what you know and stretch a little through research.

Courtesy: Web Resources
Compiled by: PS and Gayathri

Other Sites about Sujatha
- Tamil writer Sujatha :: Buy Tamil books online udumalai.com
- Sujatha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Literary Personalities--www.chennaibest.com
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- Sudhakar's Sujatha Page
- Down memory lane with Sujatha
- Sujatha Passed Away - Tamil Movie News - IndiaGlitz.com
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- Remembering Sujatha | DesiPundit

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