Praise your patron make fun of his enemies, you have an elephant waiting as your gift. Those were the times, some kings gifted elephant (something like a Rolls Royce of the day) two poets who impressed them. #sanagam #tamilclassics
One of the most famous quotes of Shakespeare to indicate the transient nature of the world by comparing it to stage where actors come in and leave in their turns. But very similar expression has been used by Sangam poet Uraiyūr Muthukannan Sāthanār around 2000 years ago.
I have been lately looking to Museum archives for artifacts that are associated with Indian lamps. Few of the artefacts … More
One of the beautiful verses from Tamil classical literature Narrinai. The Girl thinks that her father is wise man who understand the pains and crisis of the girl. She wishes her father may live long because he understands his daughter well.
Hero meets Heroine in festival…gives her gift and seduces her…. Kurunthokai 223
I am thinking of weekly or Biweekly class on Tamil Classical literature. This will help you understand the literature, help you read the actual work on your own without translation or urai.
I am planning to have a token fee to keep both my dedication and your dedication going till end of the course. This will be 10 -1 hours classes. No knowledge in Tamil Literature required.
If you felt Oodha color ribbon was fresh idea in lyrics.. it simply means you didn’t read Tamil grammar in school!
She looks like a goddess! – Ainkurunooru 76 #shadesoflove #karkanirka #tamillove
Andal’s desire for her Krishna’s red lips comes out as beautiful love poem in Tamil lyric. #shadesoflove #karkanirka #andal
Have you ever wondered Kaveri river belt (Trichy and Delta areas) do not have ancient ruins like Vaigai (Keeladi) and … More
If you have seen Tamil movies surely you would have seen of an arrogant heroine challenged by hero to a dance duel. Hero wins it either fairly or by hook and crook. Heroine arrogance is subdued and she become a fit subordinate women from an independent arrogant one. These themes have origins in many Tamil religious traditions. These are storied of Goddess who lose their independent self to become subordinate Goddess to the Male deity. This is post to throw light on Goddess who lost their space to male counter part and story of local deities losing space to deities of organized religion. #karkanirka