Marimutthu Pillai

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Marimutthu Pillai (1712 - 1787 CE) was a composer of Carnatic music and, along with Arunachala Kavi and Muthu Thandavar, was one of the pioneering Tamil Trinity of Carnatic music. He was a contemporary of Arunachala Kavi.

His most popular compositions are Orukal Sivachidambaram (Arabhi) and Kalai tookki (Yadukulakambhoji).[1][2]

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  1. ^ M. V. Ramana, Pre-trinity composers of Tamil Nadu, Carnatica.net
  2. ^ Marimutthu Pillai, Carnatica.net