Friday, 10 May 2019

Pulavar (poet) Jasmine Kothai's Official Website

Apology: Sorry for publishing Ms. Jasmine Kothai as dead without knowing she was on life support. Thankfully, she got back to consciousness, is on her feet and is into the paranormal-based inter-dimensional physics research studies and also writing her third book in the My Brother Satan Series as an epic with her real life and spiritual experiences with Archangel Lucifer and her greatly beloved Hollywood Actor Johnny Xxxx, 21 years her senior, whom she calls a flawless lily.

Note:  Kindly browse in Desktop mode if you don't see the gadgets to the right. All works are available for download from the "Kothai's works" tab.

Pulavar. Kothai is the first and second Penpaar Pulavar (Poetess) to have written Sangam Tamil Grand Epics or Perumkaappiyams in the language, namely Potruhil (2012) and Manjari Purana (2018).
A Grand Epic is a genre which has only five epics written previously by poets since 5 AD before Ms. Kothai. She has written the sixth and seventh, namely, "Potruhil," and "Manjari Purana," the first among women.  

    BIOGRAPHY

    Birth Name: Jasmine
    Legal Name: Kothai
    Born: Chennai, India, September 3, 1984.
    Home Town:  Vilar, Thanjavur.
    Marital Status: Single
    Education:  D. Pharm., M.A. English, B.Ed. 
    Religion: Shivism and Sri Vaishnavism, Hinduism.
    Talents: Singer, Poet and Author.
    Hobbies: Script writing, singing, doing physics, etc.
    Tattoos: A Johnny Depp and his late mom Betty Sue Tattoo alongside star designs.
    Favourite Actor: Johnny Depp
    Favourite Singer: Johnny Depp
    Favourite Actress: Sridevi Kapoor
    Favourite Band: Hollywood Vampires
    Services: Animal Rights, Human Rights, Environmentalist.
    Biological Parents: Kothai's late father Natarajan is a humble farmer and mother Kala is a homemaker.
    Foster Parents:  Mrs. S. Philomena and Mr. D. Alangara Wilson
    Mother Tongue:  Tamil
    Ethnicity: Tamil Mukkulathor
    Languages Well-Versed: Tamil and English
    Affiliation: Sri Ranganathaswamy and Thaayar, Shiva-Vishnu Temple, Maraimalai Nagar. 

    Early Life

    When Kothai was a child, she was different from her little friends by means of reasoning and innovative capabilities, and her favorite pastime was daydreaming. She grew up as a confident young girl and her writing started from her school days being inspired by the diverse and beautiful Indian culture as well as for the school activities in both English, the medium of study as well as Tamil, her mother tongue.


    She did her BA and MA English studies after and wrote her first published work, a novella, "The Pearl Box and the Seahorse" when she was 21. 
    She obviously has a great passion for the British Isles, which is evident from her works. She herself made sketches for "The Pearl Box and the Seahorse," that depicts what she had in mind.

    Her debut Tamil novel, "Antha Iruvarin Naatkurippugal," written in 2009, was released in 2010.

    Kothai wrote Potruhil (2012), Tamil's Sixth Great Epic (Perumkaappiyam), the First by a poetess. She is also the second Great epic (Perumkaappiyam) writer by her Manjari Purana (2017).

    "Puram Nooru"(2013) a collection of hundred archaic Tamil songs of the Puram genre written by Kothai is about to be published in 2016 along with "Agam Nooru" (2015), both of which she says has many sweet Sangam Tamil songs.

    Chellak Kaadhalan is a music album made out of a song from the screenplay script of "Vaazhvin Ellaik Kodugal," a novel by her, which is about to be released as the movie, "Siragugal."

    She lives with her single foster mother and continues to write and uses the official name"Kothai" for her works.

    Kindly check "Kothai's Works" tab for details and downloads of her works.

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    UPCOMING BOOKS
    • Mangalasasana Maalai
    • To Shambhala-The Golden City at the Earth's Core
    • My Brother Satan-Book 3: The Reign of the Morningstar
    • Dream Girl-Horror Novel
    • Potruhil-Perumkaappiyam-third edition-Hindu edition
    • The Mystery of Frideswide (Sequel to "The Pearl Box and the Seahorse)