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Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: A Brief Biography

Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram (13 April 1930 8 October 1959) also known as Pattukottaiyar was an Indian Tamil poet and lyricist. Considered to be one of the most popular Tamil lyricists of the 1950s, he is particularly remembered for the philosophy-tinged lyrics he penned for M. G. Ramachandrans movies.

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Early life and career

He was born on 13 April 1930 in an agricultural family at Sengapaduthankadu village near the town of Pattukkottai. His parents were Arunachalam Pillai and Visalakshi Ammal. Arunachalam Pillai was a Tamil scholar and a folk poet. PKS had an elder brother, Ganapathisundaram, and a sister, Vedhanayaki. PKS never went to school, but had an in-born talent for poetry.

PKS worked for Kuyil, a magazine run by Bharathidasan. He first wrote lyrics for a Tamil movie Paditha Penn. However, he achieved success as lyricist even before the release of Paditha Penn (which was released on 20 April 1956) when Maheswari, a film for which he penned five songs were released ahead on 13 November 1955. The music director for this movie was G. Ramanathan; C. V. Sridhar wrote the script and dialogue. The KalyanasundaramSridhar combination proved to be successful again with the movie Kalyana Parisu.

PKS was very active and successful in the Tamil film industry during the years 19541959 and wrote around 250 songs, including several songs for two leading Tamil movie stars of that period MGR and Sivaji Ganesan.

Later life and death

He married Gowravammal from Athikkottai (a village near Pattukkottai). His mentor Bharathidasan presided over his marriage on 11 September 1957 at Madras. In 1959, his son Kumaravelu was born. The same year, he died of tuberculosis at the age of 29.

Legacy and awards

PKS is widely regarded as one of the greatest Tamil poets of the 20th century. His songs are known for their simplicity, social relevance, humanism, and poetic beauty. He was also a pioneer in introducing folk elements and colloquial expressions into film songs. He influenced many later lyricists such as Kannadasan, Vaali, Vairamuthu, and Snehan.

In 2000, the Government of Tamil Nadu instituted an annual award in his name for the best lyricist in Tamil cinema. In 2013, a postal stamp featuring his portrait was released by India Post to commemorate his birth centenary.

List of movies with PKS lyrics


MGRChakravarthi Thirumagal (1957), Mahadhevi (1957), Nadodi Mannan (1958), Arasilangkumari (1961), Thirudadhe (1961), Vikramaadhithan (1962) and Kalai Arasi (1963)

Sivaji GanesanRangoon Radha (1956), Ambikapathi (1957), Pudhaiyal (1957), Makkalai Petra Magarasi (1957), Uthama Puthiran (1958), Padhi Bhakti (1958), Aval Yar ? (1959), Bhaaga Pirivinai (1959), Thanga Padhumai (1959), Irumbu Thirai (1960), Punar Jenmam (1961)

Some popular songs by PKS

  • Kannum Kannum Kalandhu from Vanjikottai Valiban

  • Aadaludan Paadalai Kettu from Kudiyirundha Koil

  • Unnai Arinthal Nee Unnai Arinthal from Vettaikaran

  • Thillai Ambala Nataraja from Sowbhagyavathi

  • Summa Kedandha from Nadodi Mannan

  • Kurukku Vazhiyil from Mahadevi

  • Unakkaga Ellam Unakkaga from Pudhayal

  • Chinnappayalae from Arasilangkumari

  • Ondrupattal Undu Vaazhvu from Ondrupattal Undu Vaazhvu

  • Aararivil Orarivu Outtu from Magane Kel


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PKS was known for his unique writing style that blended classical Tamil with modern sensibilities. He used simple words and expressions that were easily understood by the common people. He also experimented with different poetic forms and meters, such as kural, venba, kalippa, and virutham. He often incorporated folk songs, proverbs, idioms, and riddles into his lyrics.

PKS wrote on various themes, such as love, patriotism, social justice, humanism, philosophy, and spirituality. He was influenced by the works of Subramania Bharati, Bharathidasan, Thiruvalluvar, and Ramalinga Swamigal. He also drew inspiration from the history and culture of Tamil Nadu, as well as the contemporary events and issues of his time. Some of his songs reflected his personal life and experiences, such as his poverty, illness, marriage, and death.

Critical reception and influence

PKS was widely appreciated by the critics and the public for his originality, creativity, and versatility. He received praise from eminent personalities such as C. N. Annadurai, M. Karunanidhi, Kalki Krishnamurthy, Sivaji Ganesan, MGR, T. M. Soundararajan, P. Susheela, and others. He was also honored with several awards and titles, such as Kalaimamani (1958), Thamizh Thendral (1959), and Thiraikavignar (1960).

PKS had a lasting impact on the Tamil film industry and the Tamil literary scene. He inspired many later lyricists such as Kannadasan, Vaali, Vairamuthu, and Snehan. He also influenced many singers, composers, directors, actors, and writers who admired his work. His songs have been remade, remixed, translated, and adapted in various media over the years.

Books and documentaries

Several books have been written about PKS and his songs by various authors. Some of them are:

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Arimugam by Sivakumar (1979)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Varalaaru by Sivakumar (1980)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Paarvai by Sivakumar (1981)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Payanam by Sivakumar (1983)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Sirappu by Sivakumar (1985)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thiranaivu by Sivakumar (1987)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thiruvizha by Sivakumar (1990)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thirumurai by Sivakumar (1993)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thiruppugazh by Sivakumar (1996)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thiruvilakku by Sivakumar (1999)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thirumalai by Sivakumar (2002)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thirumanam by Sivakumar (2005)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thirunootru by Sivakumar (2008)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thirunalam by Sivakumar (2011)

  • Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram: Oru Thiruneri by Sivakumar (2014)