International Research Journal of Tamil

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EISSN : 2582-1113
Published by: IOR Press (10.34256)
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Sheeba T, Praveen Sam D
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 82-88; doi:10.34256/irjt21311

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Poets recreate their innermost feelings in the minds of the readers through their poems. In addition, the vast majority of occasional verses sung on poets’ own emotions. They are therefore classified as autobiographical poems. In these songs, poets not only write about the beauty of nature but also about their experiences of life and the literary world. Literature composed of pleasure, humour, carefree contentment, and the emotions of fear, sadness, anxiety, pain, rivalry, jealousy, frustration, and struggle are largely discussed in the occasional verses of medieval literature. The role of literature in the sociological and psychological analysis of the everyday life problems of poets becomes an integral part of their themes. How do the problems that this society affect the soul of an individual? In it, one can learn from the literature of the time. The success of the creators is that they create the best literature related to human life. Further, the uniqueness and personality of a poet are known by the excellence of his or her conceptual style. This article studies the verses that have been excluded from the history of Tamil literature, and known as the "Occasional Verses Collection (Single Anthology)".
Porkai Athirai C
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 47-52; doi:10.34256/irjt2136

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Since ancient times, as Tamil and Sanskrit have been exchanging cultural practices, there are similarities in literary and grammatical principles. Many of Tholkappiyar’s literary principles about Meyppadu in aesthetics are found in Bharadhar’s the Sanskrit literary theorist too, who came after Tholkappiyar, in the north. The eight occasions where Meyppadu occurs, according to Tholkappiyar, are seen in Bharadhar’s also. As per Bharadhar Meyppadu is action. The base for the occurrence of these actions is feeling. Rasa is a feeling. Bhava is a Meyppadu. Feeling breaks out of Meyppadu. Bharadhar’s eight Bhavas are comparable with Tholkappiyar’s eight Meyppadu’s. The aim of the study is to prove that Bharadhar’s theory of Rasa in Sanskrit is a follow up of Tholkappiyar’s literary Meyppadu.
Agalya K
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 259-263; doi:10.34256/irjt21s142

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Thirukkural is believed to have been written in the 1, 2nd century AD. The period when bhuddhism flourished. Foremost among the text of justice is the screw cap. Various virtues of Buddhism can be found in Thirukkural. Mourning is said tobe the foremost of the Buddhist rites. The first truth is that wordly life is full of sorrow. Thus, the desire that led to patriarcly is fae from essential to human life. The desire for human beings will continue to grow. The mental state of not having enough. The Emphasis is on renonuncing desire to make human life superior. The purpose of this study is to examine the messages that thirukural talks about such Buddhist sleep.
Ilango P
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 249-253; doi:10.34256/irjt21s140

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There are also a color to search for science and literature in literature. Segregation of the scientific previews of the Tamil people has been explicitly examined. Ancient texts are being explored in the highly growing ecosystem in science. The land and water will be dependent on each other. The water and waters of water and waters have explained the land resources that have been explained by the people of the people. The people of the day was aware of the waste of marine water and shower. Plants were deducted on the basis of the other quadratic lands, which was not considered a separate land of the "Paalai 'during the commodity period. Crocodile, Idangar and Karam are flagged. The temple is mentioned. The Monoon longifolium Tree, also known as 'Ashoku' during the pocket, is completely different from the Tamil Nadu mountains and the forests from the forests of the "Actual". The Ashoka tree union is mentioned in the trees and especially hints, the Tamil Nadu has been overwhelming 80 inches per year, and the densely developed forces are maintained to be maintained. It is possible to feel the forest lands and water in Tamil Nadu.
Vigneshwari P
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 254-258; doi:10.34256/irjt21s141

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Thiruvalluvar is proud to know and clearly express the ability of the guaranteed objects of virtue, meaning, pleasure and home required for human society. It is a great honor for him that Thiruvalluvar became famous for singing the flute during his lifetime. He is credited with compiling a wonderful book, Thirukkural, which summarizes the facts he has seen and experienced in his life. The human rights mentioned in Thirukkural are an example of Thiruvalluvar's vision. Human beings discriminate between the superior and the inferior and deprive the lower castes of their rights. This leads to many tribulations. Such victims come together and claim their rights. Thirukkural, which appeared in a period of ups and downs, condemns such differences and insists that all people are equal by birth. The king says that if the people are enslaved and persecuted, his wealth will be destroyed by the tears of the people. Therefore, it is clear that the king must provide the necessary facilities for the people. Human rights law makes it clear that if a person is charged, he should be considered innocent until proven guilty. Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression. Anyone who asks for something should explore its true meaning without accepting it as it is. The eye is important to every living thing in the world. Likewise, it is important to get an eye-like education. Everyone should get the best rich education that will never be destroyed. Seeing the war for hunger, Valluvar snarls at those who subjected them to cruelty. The literature that arose for human development is Thirukkural. Thirukkural acts as a medicine wherever and however a human being is injured. If the world listens to the human rights voice of Ayyan Valluvar, there will be no war and no conflict on this soil.
Janarthanan L
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 218-222; doi:10.34256/irjt21s135

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It is cynical to set out to give any one of the four affirmative meanings of virtue, meaning, pleasure, and home. In this way, Pallu, Kuravanchi, Nondi, Kuluvam, Makudi etc. are found to have artistic qualities in them. Pillai Tamil, Kalambakam, Satakam, Malai and Anthadi are found to be literary. The action of the tooth has acquired a pronoun and has become called a tooth. Those who work in a place full of potholes are referred to as Pallar. Although Pallu literature later took literary form, its elements can be traced back to ancient literature. Various elements must have been supplemented in order to get the full text of the school literature. Such literary genres are written with a tendency to explain a variety of meanings. Yet they are all suppressed together in the sense that they come together in giving hints about music. The literary genre of cognition, one of the eight categories referred to by the tholkappiyam, applies to ‘pallu vagai’ literature. The biological condition of the pallu, in its entirety and in its simplest form, is made clear to us in the form of short stories and songs. In this article you will find what the Psalms say about agriculture, the God of the pallar, their family, way of life and music.
Kanmani Rajaselvi G
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 243-248; doi:10.34256/irjt21s139

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The literature also serves as a testament to the way of life of the ancients. Poets’ express intuitions with aesthetic perspective. Whiskers. It is not possible to express oneself so clearly, even if one enjoys the interiors without transforming one's inner feelings. Explore the pantry in a more subtle way than that. They specialize in making other people understand what they think they are trying to visualize, just as men's feel a woman's feelings and women's feelings. Poets with such subtle creativity are also seen as psychoanalysts. Various studies have been performed on the Sangam literature. These studies are performed on human behaviors and the flow of the mind. The psychoanalytic functions of the characters in the short stories are explained psychologically.
Divyarupasarma P
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 234-237; doi:10.34256/irjt21s137

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Among the short stories, Pillai Tamil, Kalambakam, Sathakam, Malai, Andhadhi, etc. are divided into literary structure and song structure. Pallu, Kuravanchi, Nondi, Kuluvam, Makudi etc. are the artistic features that are found in them. Addresses, orchestras, etc., were also art literature of the time. Yet there are some as musicians in giving hints about music. Kavadi sindhu, Vazhinadai sindhu, etc. are so situated. The purpose of this study is to convey the message of music in Kavadi sindhu based on the idea that everything gives an idea about music.
Chitra Manogari M
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 238-242; doi:10.34256/irjt21s138

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This article, entitled Inna Narppathu Iniyavai Narpathu, is the face of the innumerable ideas and philosophies necessary for the development of human society. It is an undeniable fact that the human race is supported by rich literature. The small introduction of the books should be set up and learn education in life and learn education in life, as the society that leads to the welfare of the land, the fact that the man is characterized by the fact that the man is cultivating the ground and The progressive of a society is a mistake of being configured based on the individual discipline and realizing that life is a mistake and the human race is a human race to describe the unity of the human race and describing the unity of another. The purpose of the article is to realize that the literary ideas of the human race is given literature.
Subbarayan R, Jayakumar T
International Research Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 188-192; doi:10.34256/irjt21s131

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Thirukkural is a global public repository that is acceptable to all people of the world across country, race, language and religion. This book explains how the human race pursues many purposes for survival. The purpose of this article is to explain some of them. There is no difference in the human race by birth. They excel in the ups and downs of what they do. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. We must love those lives and live those lives. The best virtue is to live without jealousy, denial, anger and hatred in the mind. The people's representatives who rule the country should be understood as those who alleviate the suffering of the people, fulfill their needs and live happily. These motives are being followed by the people today and the human race is functioning better.
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