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Arisen Ahubudu
අරිසෙන් අහුබුදු
1920 - 2011
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NATIONAL AWARDS

1Best Lyricist Song : Punchi Unath Harima Serai
8th Sarasaviya Awards - 1980
Handaya
 
FILMOGRAPHY


AS SONG CREW

1Sandeshaya
  • Lyrics - Kate Kiri Suwanda
  • Lyrics - Rena Gira Rena
  • Lyrics - Punsanda Eliyai
  • Lyrics - Purthugreesikaraya
  • Lyrics - Ko Hathuro
  • Lyrics - Rajina Mamai
  • Lyrics - Sudata Sude
1960
BIOGRAPHY

Kalasuri Arisen Ahubudu (Sinhala: අරිසෙන් අහුබුදු; 18 March 1920 – 26 May 2011) was a writer, orator, scholar, playwright, teacher (Guru), Sinhala lyricist, author and poet in Sri Lanka, born in Mudiyallagahawatta in Malalaga, Koggala. He is a member of the Hela Havula. He has received three government awards for literary works, the title of Kalasuri from the Government of Sri Lanka, and the Sarasaviya Awards film award for best composer. As a composer, he is especially noted for writing music performed by W.D. Amaradeva, such as Gilem Obe Guna.

Personal life
Ahubudu was the second of the three children of the family of Devundara Devamanimendra Heronis De Silva and Wathugedara Laisohami. The child was named as Ariyasena Arsuboda by parents, which he later converted to fairly pure Sinhala name Arisen Ahubudu. He married Sanda Ahubudu on 8 August 1953 and they have one daughter Sanda Samathi Ahubudu.

In 1937, at the age of 17, he first involved as a teacher in Piyadigama Saripuththa College, Ahangama. Kumaratunga Munidasa gave an honorary to him as "Subas Pathin Kiwithi", due to excellent poetry he possess.
 
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