Born in Vriddhachalam, Tamil Nadu, Arivumathi is a lyricist and singer in Tamil film Industry. In the wake of finishing his Post Graduation, he studied Archeology and Epigraphy in Chennai and was instrumental in uncovering poet and literature Thirikooda rasappa Kavirayar's palm compositions that gave knowledge into the Kuravanji verse, a form of Tamil poetry. He found the palm compositions in the artist's genealogical home and gave them over to the office. It made the big news. Writer Meera spotted him first and took him to Abdul Rahman, the prestigious Tamil poet from whom he learned the craft of composing Haiku, a small poem. Arivumathi was additionally acquainted with writer Leelavathi who had deciphered Japanese Haiku lyrics in Tamil. Arivumathi entered movies to broaden his compass.
Meeting executives such as Bhagyaraj and Bharathiraja happened effortlessly. Both the directors wanted him to join their group. In any case, he chose Bhagyaraj as he was Arivumathi's contemporary and helped him in four movies. Later, he paired and worked with Balu Mahendra in several motion pictures including Veedu, Un Kannil Neer Vazhinthal, and Neengal Kettavai. Arivumathi presented executive Bala, who was then an unknown being, to Balu Mahendra and went for another venture. He needed to end up plainly as a director yet destiny led him somewhere else. He had full content and melodies prepared and had even named the motion picture Ullen Ayya yet wrapped up everything as he couldn't discover suitable performers.
Around then performing artist Ajith used to visit his place. He also got on-screen character Devayani from Mumbai and did a photoshoot. However, things did not work according to his plan. In any case, his office on Habibullah Road in Chennai transformed into a settling place for some youths with dreams of becoming successful in tinsel town. A large number of the present best directors such as Seeman, Sundar C, and Selvabharathy. Some of the lyricists like Nandalala, Na. Muthu Kumar, Kabilan, and Yugabharathi prepared at this place, and Arivumathi is presently considered as an older brother in Kollywood. At the point when his task did not take off, he joined Bharathiraja as a collaborator in Pudhu Nellu Pudhu Naathu and Kizhakku Cheemaiyile film. Uncompromising profoundly, life turned into a battle for Arivumathi. At that point maker, 'Kalaipuli' Thaanu offered him the possibility of penning lyrics and dialogues for the motion picture Chiraisalai.
'Chempoove Poove ' song turned into a moment hit and offers started pouring in. At that point Bala needed him to compose verses for his introduction motion picture Sethu, he gave 'Enge sellum intha paatha ' song. Being a huge supporter of Sri Lankan Tamils, Arivumathi stopped his movie vocation due to Mullivaikal war. He ruled against composing for films and focused more on working for the security of my brethren in Sri Lanka. But, chief Karu. Palaniappan took him back to cinema. Arivumathi has written books like Natpukaalam, En Piriya Vasanthame, Vali, Niranthara Manithargal, Pullin Nuniyil Panithuli and Anbana Ratchasi. Arivumathi is presently working on Thaippaal, an accumulation of rhymes for the new age youngsters.
He is soon going to draw out a melodic CD in which as well as executive Bharathiraja, performing artists Karthi, Sivakumar and Surya have loaned their voices. He is likewise turning out with a gathering of rearranged verses from Thanga Thamizh, Sangam writing, which features Tamil social values. Trotsky Marudhu is doing the outlines while George L. Hart, teacher of Tamil dialect from the University of Califonia, has composed the foreword.