Eyes that trap the soul – Kurunthokai 184


When you know 'Kannale valai veesura‘ , ‘ava veesuna valaila sikkittan’ were used 2000 years before your romantic heroes used it in films!!!!

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Lover’s curse and hen’s fate! Kurunthokai 107


—————————————————————————————————————————————————————- Become Fan of Karka Nirka Blog in Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Karka-Nirka/353094691592 ——————————————————————————————————————— How many times situtation like this would have happened in your life? Your are in a sweet dream and some one wakes you up and you curse them for ending your sweet dream. What if , in your dream you were enjoying wiht your... Continue Reading →

Sangam Comics Issues 2- Kurunthokai 117


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The philosophy of love marriage – Kurunthokai 115


Happy Pongal to all the readers. I was so guilty of not writing for so long that I have decided to write on this day special to Tamilians all around the world. Few months ago I came across this poem in a book 'Sips from the Sangam cup'. This song really shows the wisdom of the Tamil people 2000 years ago. This poem answers on basic doubt most youngsters have these days. So without giving much more buildup like Tamil action heroes I will proceed to the poem.

Walking on a tight rope!- Kurunthokai 7


Every time I come across the visual imagery of the Sangam poems , I am awestruck by the brilliance of the poet. They are able connect the nature and the acts in the day to day life, which we can never think of. The beauty of all these imagery (other than being such delightfully) are situational. Imagery used in each poem has some connection to the mood of the poem. The poem I am about to discuss has a beautiful visual imagery and also throws light into the custom of the Ancient Tamils.

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