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His writings served as a catalyst for the growth of the Dravidian movement in Tamil Nadu. In addition to poetry, his views found expression in other forms such as plays, film scripts, short stories and essays.

He was mentored by Mahakavi Subramanya Bharathi after whom he called himself "Bharathidasan". His original name was Subburathina He underwent formal education in Tamil literature, Tamil grammar and Saiva siddharth Vedanta under reputed scholars.

In , he was introduced to Subramanya Bharathi, and his interactions with the Mahakavi had a major impact on him. He initially worked as a Tamil teacher in the French territory of Karaikal. He actively participated in the Indian Independence Movement and through his writings,he openly opposed the British and the French Government. He was sentenced and imprisoned by the French Government for voicing views against the French Government that was ruling Pondicherry then. He was a strong supporter of Periyar and an important member of the Suya-Mariyadhai iyyakam meaning Self-Respect movement and Dravida Movement, founded by Periyar.

Throughout his writing career he was encouraged by political leaders such as Annadurai, M. Karunanidhi and M. In he was elected to the Pondicherry Legislative Assembly. He remained a prolific writer until he died in in a hospital in Chennai. Literary Works Bharathidasan penned his works under different pseudonyms such as Paavendar,Puduvai Kalaimakal, Desopakari, Desabhaktan, Anantapotini, Swadesamitiran, Tamilarasu, Tupleks, Kirukkan, Kindalkaran and the name by which he known today - Bharathidasan.

As he was a staunch follower of Anti-Brahmanism, many of his works were anti-Brahmin in nature. Often he talked of "Tamil Race" and "Aryan Race" as polar opposites. Awards and Recognitions Bharathidasan was conferred with the title of "Puratchi Kavingyar" meaning the "Revolutionary Poet" by Periyar.

He was given the Sahitya Academy award posthumously in for his play Pisiranthaiyar. In 9 October , a commemorative stamp of Bharathidasan was released by the Postal Department in Chennai.

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His original name was Subburathinam. He underwent formal education in Tamil literature , Tamil grammar and Saiva Siddhanta Vedanta under reputed scholars. In , he was introduced to Subramaniya Bharathiyar, and his interactions with the Mahakavi had a major impact on him. He initially worked as a Tamil teacher in the French territory of Karaikal. He actively participated in the Indian Independence Movement and through his writings,he openly opposed the British and the French Government. He was sentenced and imprisoned by the French Government for voicing views against the French Government that was ruling Pondicherry then. Karunanidhi ,Tanjore Poet Ramanathan and M.

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He was a Tamil poet and rationalist. He works handled social-political issues that were arising internationally. His works led to the development of the Dravidian movement in Tamil Nadu. His works extended to film scripts, essays, plays and short stories. He was born to Kanagasabai Mudaliar and Lakshmi Ammal. He received education in Tamil grammar, Tamil literature and Siddhanta Vedant under well-known scholars. He later attended College Calve located in Pondicherry.

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Nashura About Bharathidasan Kanakasabai Subburathinam 29 April — 21 Aprilpopularly called Bharathidasan was a 20th-century Tamil poet and rationalist whose literary works handled mostly socio-political issues. The author explains how beauty makes us smile and ceedu us in beautiful phrases. No trivia or quizzes yet. In addition to poetry, his views found expression in his works of essays, plays, films, blok. Refresh and try again. He was greatly influenced by his mentor Bharathiar, another great Tamil poet.

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