It is not that easy – Palamozhi Nanooru 176


In age of youtube reviews, a very relevant proverb. The proverb tells you the pit falls of theoretical knowledge against practical knowledge. Palamozhi nanooru is stuctured in such way that last line of the poem is Palamozhi (proverb) and the poet uses first two lines to describe a story or usage of the proverb. The proverbs were old sayings even 1300 years before.

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Men are always the same! Narrinai 226


This poem is dedicated to the women and children who bare the brunt heavy office workload of their husbands. The poem which pretty much says Men being men worry more about wealth/career than family. Poem emphasizes 'Men are like this' as a sort proverb 2000 years ago.

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Mother too has her favorite! Palamozhi Nanooru


One more interesting proverb from Palamozhi Nanooru about how one should do extra thing when competing with equal. Palamozhi nanooru is stuctured in such way that last line of the poem is Palamozhi (proverb) and the poet uses first two lines to describe a story or usage of the proverb.  Proverb in context (i.e. proverb 1300 years ago) is that Mother is partial to her favorite kid. 

Dont mind going to hell! – Palamozhi Nanooru 288


This is an interesting poem from Palamozhi nanooru. Palamozhi nanooru is stuctured in such way that last line of the poem is Palamozhi (proverb) and the poet uses first two lines to describe a story or usage of the proverb.  This proverb tells about protecting family and what Yudhishtra did to save his family.

Taming elephant with a harp – Kalithokai 2


We would have had numerous chances to make fun of Ramarajan taming the wild bull in Jallikattu with Illayraja's pechi pechi song. It was a cult it. But even more surprising was a reference in Kalithokai of angry elephant (usually in rut - Madha yanai) which couldnt be controlled by its gad (pagan) getting mellow down and tamed with music of harp (yaazh).

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