இந்தப் பக்கத்தை தமிழில் வாசிக்க: சி. ஆறுமுகப்பிள்ளை
C. Arumugapillai was a Tamil scholar and a Shaiva scholar. He was one of the minor literature writers in Eelam.
He lived in the late 19th century in Udupiddy, Jaffna. He was known as Appukutty Upadhiyayar.
He learned the grammar and literature of Tamil from Valvai S. Vayathilinga Pillai. He assisted Vaiman Kathiravapillai with dictionary work. In 1887, he compiled and published his father’s songs, titled Kumaraswamy Mudaliar Kavithirattu. He wrote anti-Christian books on Christian sectarianism, Christian heresy, and biblical history. He wrote novels on Shaivism. He sang pathigams with Urikaadu Nerkozhu Vairavar as the lead.
- Urikaadu Nerkozhu Vairavar
- Christusamaya Pedham (1889)
- Viviliyanool Varalaru (1889)
- Dictionary of biography of the Tamils of Ceylon, 1997 (compiled by S. Arumugam)
- Eela Naatin Tamil Sudar Manigal - Thenpuloliyur Mu. Ganapathipillai
- Sitrilakitya Pulavar Agaradhi : Na. Vi. Jeyaraman
- Eelathu Sitrilakiya Pulavargal who lived in the 17th to 20th century, Collection : Kanaga Sritharan Australia | Yaazhpana Sarithiram - Navalar Kottam, A. Muthampillai (1912) | Hindu Kalaikalnjiyam - Kalakeerthi Po Bhoologasingam (1990)