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Anuthama was Born on 16.4.1922 in Nellore in Aathraavi, but originally from the North Arcot district. Her birth name is Rajeshwari Padmanapan, she was very interested in studies, Rajeshwari was suddenly married at the age of 14 when she was studying in seventh grade.
So the study was interrupted. After nine years of marriage, she appeared in the matriculation examination in Chennai and became the first student in the province. At that time, without wanting to write a story, he suddenly wrote the story “Angayar Kanni”. It won the 2nd prize in the ‘Kalki Short Story Competition. He started writing in the excitement of winning the prize. It was his father-in-law who read the first story and gave him the nickname ‘Atutthama’.
Anutthama has 22 novels, about 30 He has written short stories, more than 15 radio plays, and children’s books. His first tab is ‘Ore Eru Vurda’ – the first psychological novel in Tamil in 1949. His ‘Manal Veedu Tabukku Kalaimagal Narayanasamy Iyer’ got the Kalaimagal Narayanasamy Iyer-Award.
Tamil Nadu Government Award for Best Novel, Southern Booksellers and Publishers Association Award, etc. His novel ‘Ketta Varam’ was praised and blessed by Sri Kanchi Periyavar. His short story ‘Madaanthai’ won the gold prize in the short story competition in ‘Aigal Mohini magazine. deep He has researched and written four books on children’s literature.
Anuttama (16 April 1922 – 3 December 2010) was a Tamil woman writer. Born as Rajeshwari Padpanabhan, she has written around 300 short stories, 22 novels and more than 15 radio plays. She wrote works depicting the lives of middle-class women in the 1950s and 60s. Known as the Jane Austen of Tamil Nadu . His notable novelties are Sandalveedu, Ore Vadva, Kettavaram etc.
Educated till matriculation, Anuttama learned Hindi , French and Telugu on his own initiative . He started writing at the age of 25. His first work “Angayarkanni” ( 1947 ) won second prize in a competition organized by Kalki Magazine. Next, in a competition organized by Kalaimagal magazine, his novel “Manalveedu” won the first prize. After this Anuthama started writing in various magazines. In 1956, his novel Prema Geetam won the Tamil Development Association Award. Just one word, Anuttama’s novelties like Neem Tree Bungalow in KannadaTranslated. Some other short stories have also been translated into Hindi. Apart from fiction works, Anuthama has also written some children’s books. Rajaji’s biography by Monica Felton has been translated from English into Tamil.