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B. Jeyamohan also pronounced as Jayamohan is a renowned writer of Tamil and Malayalam languages. He is also known as a literary critic from Nagercoil in Kanyakumari District, the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Vishnupuram is his well known and critically acclaimed work. His other famous novels include Rubber, Pin Thodarum Nizhalin Kural, Kanyakumari, Kaadu, Pani Manithan, Eazhaam Ulagam and Kotravai. He is deeply influenced by the works of great humanitarian thinkers Leo Tolstoy and Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. In 2014 Jayamohan started his most ambitious work Venmurasu, a modern narration of the epic Mahabharata. Check out below for B. Jeyamohan (Writer) Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Books, Novels, Movies, Images, and More.

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B. Jeyamohan (Writer) Details

B. Jayamohan was born on 22 April 1962 in Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, India. He was born to S.Baguleyan Pillai and B.Visalakshi Amma in the village Arumanai, Nagercoil. He was inspired by his mother for his literary works and considers her as goddess Saraswathi. He has 2 siblings, an elder brother, and a younger sister. Due to his father transfers, they lived in different parts of Tamil Nadu and south Kerala. He completed his commerce studies at Pioneer Kumarasamy College in Nagercoil, he became a victim of depression following his dearest friend death. After a series of incidents, he took up a temporary job at the Telephones department in Kasargode. His correspondence with senior Tamil writer Sundara Ramasami started during this period and he maintained the relationship till his death.

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In 1987, the journal Kollippaavai published his poem Kaidhi. The same year, Nadhi was published in Kanaiyazhi. Bodhi and Padugai were his next published ones. Padugai was praised by critics. Jeyamohan wrote his first full-fledged novel Rubber in 1988 which revealed the ecological and sociological impact of rubber cultivation in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The novel was awarded Akilan Memorial prize. In the year 1991, Jeyamohan married Arunmozhi Nangai, and the couple has two children. Jeyamohan has worked in Department of Telecommunications at different places of Tamil Nadu.

B. Jeyamohan Biography

Name B. Jeyamohan
Real Name B. Jeyamohan
Nickname B. Jeyamohan
Profession Indian Film Writer, Novelist, and critic
Date of Birth 22 April 1962
Age 56
Zodiac sign Yet to be Updated
Father Name S. Baguleyan Pillai
Mother Name B. Visalakshi Amma
Religion Hindu
Educational Qualification Yet to be Updated
School Yet to be Updated
College Yet to be Updated
Hobbies Reading Books and Listening Music
Hometown Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, India
Nationality Indian
Married Yes
Wife Name Arunmozhi Nangai
Current City Yet to be Updated

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B. Jeyamohan Bibliography

Jayamohan Novels

  • Rubber(1990)
  • Vishnupuram (1997)
  • Pin Thodarum Nizhalin Kural (1999), inspired by the rise and fall of Nikolai Bukharin, a contemporary examination of power, purpose and morals/righteousness
  • Kanyakumari (2000)
  • Kaadu (2003) (translated into English as The Forest by Janaki Venkatraman)
  • Eazhaam Ulagam (2003)
  • Anal Kaatru (2009)
  • Iravu(2010)
  • Ulogam (2010), The Metal, analyzing the psyche of an assassin
  • Kanninilam
  • Vellai Yanai(2013) – the Fictionalized account of the first labor movement of India in the backdrop of Casteism, British Rule and the Madras Famine
  • Ashokavanam (in progress)

Jayamohan Epics

  • Kotravai (2005) – The Goddess of the Paalai land, a re-interpretation of the Tamil epic Silappadhikaram
  • Venmurasu – Novel series based on Mahabharata
  • Mudharkanal – Published online January – February 2014
  • Mazhaippadal – Published online March-May 2014
  • Vannkkadal – Published online June to August 2014.
  • Neelam – Published online August to September 2014
  • Prayagai – Published online October 2014 to January 2015
  • Venmugil Nagaram – Published online February to May 2015
  • Indraneelam – Published online June to August 2015
  • Kaandeepam – Published online September to November 2015
  • Veiyon – Published online December 2015 to early March 2016
  • Panniru Padaikkalam – Published online March 2016, to June 2016
  • Solvalar Kaadu – Published online July 2016 to September 2016
  • [Kiratham] – Published online October 2016 to January 2017
  • Maamalar – Published online February 2017 to May 2017
  • Neerkolam – Published online October 2017 to August 2017
  • Ezhuthazhal – Published online September 2017, OnGoing

Jayamohan Short Story Collections

  • Thisaigalin Naduvey (1992)
  • Mann (1993)
  • Aayirangaal Mandabam (1998)
  • Koondhal (2003)
  • Jeyamohan Sirukathaigal (2004)
  • Jeyamohan Kurunovelgal (2004), Novellas
  • Nizhalvelikkadhaigal (2005), also titled as Devadhaikadhaigalum Peikkadhaigalum
  • Visumbu (2006), science fiction stories
  • Oomaichennaai (2008)
  • Aram (2011)
  • Eeraaru Kaalkondezhum Puravi
  • Venkadal


  • Vadakkumugam (2004)

Children’s literature

  • Pani Manidhan (2002), The Ice Man (Yeti)


Jayamohan  Literary criticism

  • Novel – 1992
  • Tharkaala Malayala Kavidhaigal, on contemporary Malayalam poetry – 1992
  • Asokamithran Arubathandu Niraivuvizha malar, souvenir volume for writer Asokamithran’s sixtieth birthday celebrations – 1993
  • Sundara Ramasami Niraivuvizha malar (1994), souvenir volume for writer Sundara Ramasami’s sixtieth birthday celebrations
  • Naveena Thamizhilakkiya Arimugam (1998), an introduction to modern Tamil literature
  • Naveenathuvathirku pin Thamizh kavidhai (1999), Post-modern Tamil poetry, with focus on Poet Devadevan
  • Sanga Chittirangal, vignettes from Tamil Sangam poems
  • Munsuvadugal
  • Merku Chaalaram, introduction to Western literature
  • Indraya Malayala Kavidhaigal (2002), on contemporary Malayalam poetry
  • Nedumpathaiyoram (2002), translated compilation of editorials originally published in the Malayalam publications Mathrubhumi and Bashaboshini
  • Ilakkiya Munnodigal Varisai (2003), a collection of seven volumes on pioneering modern Tamil litterateurs[60]
  • Ullunarvin Thadathil (2004)
  • Samakaala Malayala Kavidhaigal (2005), on contemporary Malayalam poetry
  • Ilakkiya Uraiyaadalgal Pettigal (2005), interviews and dialogues with modern Tamil writers
  • Aazhnathiyai Thedi (2006)
  • Eezha Ilakkiyam Oru Vimarsana Paarvai (2006), criticism of Eelam literature
  • Kanneerai Pinthodardhal (2006) – Following the trail of tears, a review of 22 Indian novels
  • Kamandala Nadhi – Nanjilnadan Padaippulagam (2007) – on Tamil writer Nanjil Nadan
  • Ezhudhum Kalai (2008) – The art of writing
  • Puthiya Kaalam (2009)
  • Kadaitheruvin Kalaignan (2010) – on Tamil writer A Madhavan
  • Pookkum Karuvelam – Poomaniyin Padaippulagam (2011) – on writer Poomani
  • Oliyalaanadhu – Devadevanin Padaippulagam (2012) – on poet Devadevan
  • Ezhudhiyavanai Kandupidithal – Ilakkiya Vivadha Katturaigal


  • Hindu Gnana Marabil Aaru Dharisanangal (2002), the six visions of Hinduism
  • Indhiya Gnanam (2008)
  • Siluvayin Peyaraal, In the Name of the Cross, discourse on Jesus Christ the philosopher
  • Hindu Madham: Sila Vivadhangal


  • Saatchi Mozhi (2008), discourses on politics
  • Indraya Gandhi (2009), treatise on the continuing relevance of Gandhi and Gandhian principles
  • Anna Hazare (2011), (Collection of essays describing Anna Hazare’s Gandhian philosophy and fight against corruption)


  • Pannpadudhal
  • Thannuraigal
  • Kodungollur Kannagi (2005), on the cult of Kannagi – translated from Malayalam
  • Ethirmugam (2006), collection of debates on the Internet 2000 – 2006


  • Su.Ra Ninaivin Nathiyil – on his mentor Sundara Ramasami
  • Logi (Logithadas Ninaivu) (2008) – on Malayalam filmmaker Lohithadas


  • Vaazhvile Oru Murai
  • Nigazhdhal Anubavak Kurippugal – 2007
  • Je Chaitanyavin Sinthanai Marabu – 2007
  • Indru Petravai – 2008, Notes from the diary
  • Naalum Pozhudhum
  • Ivargal Irundhargal
  • Purappadu – 2013


  • Pulvelidesam – 2008, Grasslands, travels in Australia


  • Nalam – essays on health – 2008


  • Nedumpathaiyoram – 2002
  • Uravidangal
  • Nooru Simhasanangal


B. Jeyamohan Tamil Movies

  • Kasthuri Maan – 2005
  • Naan Kadavul – 2009
  • Angadi Theru – 2010
  • Neerparavai – 2012
  • Kadal – 2013
  • 6 Mezhuguvarthigal – 2013
  • Kaaviya Thalaivan – 2014
  • Papanasam – 2015
  • Yemaali – 2018
  • 2.0 – 2018
  • Thalapathy 62 – 2018

B. Jeyamohan Malayalam Movies

  • Ozhimuri – 2012
  • Kaanchi – 2013
  • 1 By Two – 2014
  • Naku Penda Naku Taka – 2014

B. Jeyamohan  Awards

  • Akilan Memorial Prize (1990)
  • Katha Samman (1992)
  • Sanskriti Sammaan (1994)
  • Paavalar Virudhu from Isaignani Ilayaraja Ilakkiya Peravai (2008)
  • Mugam award for ‘Aram’ collection
  • Fiction award for ‘Kotravai’ from The Tamil Literary Garden (2009)
  • Kerala Film Critics Association award for Best Scriptwriter for Ozhimuri (2012)
  • T A Shahid Memorial award (2012) for Best Scriptwriter for Ozhimuri
  • Kannadhasan award from Kovai Kannadasan Kazhagam (2014)
  • Iyal award from The Tamil Literary Garden for 2014 (presented 2015)
  • Refused to accept the Padmashri award from Government of India (2016) on the grounds preserving his integrity
  • A translation of his short story (Periyamma’s words) was awarded 2017 Close Approximations Fiction Prize from critically acclaimed Asymptote
  • Lifetime achievement award, Codissia Book Festival(Coimbatore) – 2017

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