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Balakumaran Tamil-language writer

Balakumaran was an Indian Tamil writer and author of over 200 novels, 100 short stories, and dialogue/screenplay writer for 23 films. He also contributed to Tamil periodicals such as Kalki, Ananda Vikatan and Kumudam. His Notable works as a dialogue writer in Tamil Cinema includes Nayakan, Guna, Baashha and Pudhupettai.

Udayar is a title or surname found in India.

The Udayar also called Parkavakulam is a caste found in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. They are composed of various sub groups such as Srutiman, Nathaman, Malayaman, Moopanar and Nainar.

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The Malayamān were chieftains who ruled Miladu Naadu, the area around Tirukkoyilur of Tamilakam, during the Sangam period. Chiefs of this dynasty readily took the title Chēdirāyan, and ruled the hill countries. This clan's most famous king was Malaiyamān Thirumudi Kaary. Their royal emblem featured a horse, depicted on their issued coins. Malaiyamans descended from the pastoral shepherd tribe in the Mullai (forest) region. According to Thirukovilur temple's ancient stonescripts, It is clearly noted that Malayaman or Malayamannar are borned from the Parkavakulam who are widely called as Udayar (caste) now.

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T. S. Swaminatha Udayar was an Indian politician and former Member of the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu. He was elected to the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly as an Indian National Congress candidate from Mannargudi constituency in 1957, 1962 and 1967 elections.

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Sadaiudayar is a Hindu temple. Lord Sadaiudayar, the presiding deity is the kula deivam of a select set of Hindus mainly from Southern Tamil Nadu. Located in the Tirunelveli district this temple is mainly patronised by the matrilinear descendants of the Ettu Pillai Kootathar.

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N. P. V. Ramasamy Udayar was an Indian industrialist and a close associate of MG Ramachandran. He owned Mohan Breweries and Distilleries, first liquor manufacturer when state lifted liquor ban. In 1985, Sri Ramachandra Medical College, first privately owned medical college was founded in Tamil Nadu, later it became as Sri Ramachandra University. According to the Urban Land Ceiling Act, his trust occupied land was under dispute later. In April 1987, the Government has changed the rules to obtain exemption from the Act. In 1994, he launched a Tamil channel called GEC, which was later acquired by Star India and renamed as Star Vijay.

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A. Maruthakasi

A. Maruthakasi was a Tamil poet and film lyricist who wrote mainly in the Tamil language. He penned more than 4000 lyrics in more than 250 Tamil films. He was borned in a heritage family from Udayar (caste) community.