Indian Journal of Tamil

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EISSN : 2582-662X
Published by: Asian Research Association (10.54392)
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Mujahid Alm
Published: 23 December 2021
Indian Journal of Tamil, Volume 3, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.54392/ijot2211

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Mr. Siddilebbe was one of the great personalities of Sri Lanka. He was a lawyer, educationist, scholar, philosopher, divination, writer, publisher, social reformer, proctor, visionary and Muslim community leader. Also as the leader of Sri Lankan Muslim community, he guided the Muslims to be released from the traditional conservative thoughts of refusing modernization to forward looking one in order to survive in the prevailing contemporary situation. During the era of Siddi Lebbe, the Muslims face a huge drawback in all the fields such a political, economic and social. The service rendered by Mr Siddi Lebbe were widespread and countless in the fields of politics, economy, education, culture and religion of Sri Lankan Muslims. We can figure out these facts when we analyze and asses his works and services accomplished by him having considered the prevailed situations of Muslims in the 19th century. Thus the ultimate aim of this research is to bring to light the contributions made by Mr Siddi Lebbe to the development of motherland, to both Muslims and the other brotherly communities. Furthermore, I hope this would be secondary date based research and useful for those who engage in researches about the great scholar Mr Siddi Lebbe.
Muthulakshmi T, Mallika S
Published: 25 November 2021
Indian Journal of Tamil, Volume 2, pp 21-25; https://doi.org/10.54392/ijot2144

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No living organism can live on earth without water. Today, 70 percent of water is used for agriculture, 20 percent for industrial work and 10 percent for human consumption worldwide. Fish, crocodile, crab, shrimp etc. were found as aquatic organisms during the Sangam period. They describe the nature of the environment in the manner of food chain, spread, space protection, food collection and storage, and coexistence with the law of nature. In 500, news of aquatic organisms and their spreading into a food chain, compliance with the natural law, food conservation, human use methods and environmental contacts have been explored. This article shows that aquatic organisms lived without any pollution and without loss of life during the Sangam period.
Madhan Kumar R
Published: 25 November 2021
Indian Journal of Tamil, Volume 2, pp 9-16; https://doi.org/10.54392/ijot2142

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Tiruvavaduthurai Athenathu pandara Satras fourteen. The books of grace in this collection are given by Arulthiru Ambalavana Desikar, Arulthiru Dakshinamurthy Desikar, Arulthiru Swaminatha Desikar and Arulthiru Perur Velappadesikas. Among them is The Admonition Venpa, one of the ten books of Grace given by Arulthiru Ambalavana Desikas. This book is written by the author in his language to express the blessings of his wise guru Namachivaya Murthis. This book condemns the ignorance that we will be directly subjected to yoga and meet the nitta, excluding the steps of right and work. This book emphasizes the clear method of receiving the fire through the teaching of the Jnanaguru and following its instructions properly and following the yoga system. In accordance with the Saiva ethics of 'Thirumeni Kandal of The Clear Guru' and 'Thiruvarthai Ketal of The Clear Guru', The Lord of The Guru, Namachivaya Murthis, has been blessed with the blessings of 'Enadurai dhanathuraiyaga. In the final verse of this book, He speaks of 'Namachivaya Murtis' as evidence of the enduring grace of The Ambalavana Desikas towards his jnanasiriyas. This article examines the conditions in which this book is translated into ways in which yoga can be attained through the aryans, the temple worship, the sariyai, and the work of the Shiva puja.
Manjula M
Published: 25 November 2021
Indian Journal of Tamil, Volume 2, pp 17-20; https://doi.org/10.54392/ijot2143

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Classical literature helps us to understand the ancient Tamil society. The ancient Tamil community was a society that followed high characteristics. Classical literature shows that when people follow high qualities in a society where they live together, it leads to equality, development and unity of society. The so-called characteristic sing-and-run step emphasizes the idea that the world should know the state of the world and adapt to it. The uniqueness of Tamils is due to the high qualities they followed. Classical literature also highlights the need to possess the highest qualities from the individual to the king. The purpose of this article is to examine the high qualities mentioned in classical literature such as Sangam literature and Thirukkural.
Murukaiya Sathees
Indian Journal of Tamil pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.34256/ijot2141

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Manimekalai is an epic created by Satan in order to uplift the degenerate social trend. In this he has also emphasized Buddhist thought by emphasizing hospitality as a high virtue. Hunger is natural for living things, especially monitors. That needs to be addressed. He points out that the hungry need hospitality. Satan claims that medicine is food for the hungry and that disease must be avoided. The high opinion is that all people, irrespective of country, language or ethnicity, should be protected from the scourge of famine. The survey was conducted with the aim of building a famine-free society with the lofty goal of eradicating the deadly disease of hunger that plagued human society. Satan's Manimekalai has been used primarily for this study, and related essays, journals, and electronic commentaries have also been used as research data. The study also suggests that more such studies should be conducted by researchers in view of famine-free social formation.
Kausalya V
Indian Journal of Tamil pp 42-47; https://doi.org/10.34256/ijot2137

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The article is being carried out on the theocratic principle given by vallalar. In these, the morals of the philanthropists are explained to the people of today's society. It is not mankind that a man is born, lived, and then dies. It is only in human birth that there is a possibility of seeing and attaining God. That is why the philanthropist instructs us on some ethics. Love and compassion should be felt in all living beings. This article reveals that those who act with in their heart can truly reach God, who completely eliminates caste, religion and race differences, and who, when they suffer from hunger, who relieves them of suffering and who takes pity without killing any of them, can reach God by heart.
Gowrieeswaran T
Indian Journal of Tamil pp 35-41; https://doi.org/10.34256/ijot2136

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This study deals with the annual ritual practices of Eastern Sri Lanka and how the ritual practices were determined, designed and redesigned time to time according to the natural disaster of Pandemics. The order of the existing local ritual practices are particularly designed and constructed in order to get rid from smallpox. Literature of local ritual practices are rich in information and instruction of the pandemic, smallpox. Oral traditions carries plenty of experiences and stories about the pandemic particularly during local ritual ceremonies. Period, atmosphere and behavior of people in ritual ceremony and the things utilized and consumed particularly the food habits exhibit the experiences of a pandemic they underwent and designed or redesigned the ritual ceremony to get rid from the catastrophe.
Balachandran B, Tharmalingam
Indian Journal of Tamil pp 26-34; https://doi.org/10.34256/ijot2135

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Many thousands of years ago, Thirumular had guided today's employees to subject themselves to a spirit of service so that he and society could live in excellence through the mantra sacraments of this temple. In this article, the merits of Thirumanthiram, the virtues and practices of yoga, the speciality of Attanga Yoga, the use of Pranayama, women's degradation, lovelessness, the superiority of education, neutrality, toddy, periyaaraith thunaikkotal, orality, morality, impermanence, state justice, and pride are mentioned in its principles and moral activities. It is no exaggeration to say that Thirumanthiram is a great guide for society to act wisely in today's fast-growing situation. Thirumanthiram is the arumandram where the country and we prosper and guide.
Rasambal V
Indian Journal of Tamil pp 21-25; https://doi.org/10.34256/ijot2134

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The intellectual capacity of a society can be measured by its beliefs. From the birth to death of man, people have a variety of beliefs. Most of the Ancient Tamils believed in God. It was the root cause of man's practice of worship. It is the faith of God. The intellectual capacity of a society can be measured by its beliefs. The purpose of this article is to state that the ancient people sat in the river army literature, where the deity of the ancient people had beliefs in climbing, Paliyiṭuthal, Nadukal valipadu, screaming, ghost and goblin beliefs.
Saranya T
Indian Journal of Tamil pp 15-20; https://doi.org/10.34256/ijot2133

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The word bursa means keeping your face open. Barda's opposite is that sabita, the central character of the novel, has opened her face. He has also opened his mind. It is learnt that Muslims question the rituals of their religion, which sabita denies saying that it is the highest of all, and that only those who belong to their minds can reach heaven. Moreover, christianity withdraws from the true and light redeemer of the spiritual violations committed in the name of religion, the atrocities that take place within monasteries, and the spiritual and light that prompted him to get out of life that he had been conducting for more than twenty-four years. Although both belong to a different religion, this article reveals that their theocratic principles are the same.
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