South Indian town of Mayiladuthurai, which is encircled by picturesque little villages, is where N. Kirubanandham was born. He started painting when he was young, but it wasn't until he concluded his fine arts training in Chennai that he discovered his talent and hidden passion.
The artist frequently draws inspiration for his works of art from his favourite locations in South India. Being a part of his childhood's cultural ethos, bulls and roosters frequently appear in his works. He has also always been captivated by the distinctive qualities of villages and rural contexts, tradition, and mythological figures. He seldom ever depicts human beings in his artwork.
His subjects are tender, lovely, and resonate with Indian sentiment and identity.