Readings from Thirukkural
Abhinav Publications, 1997 - 134 pages
Thirul Kural, The Immortal Didactic Scripture Also Esteemed As Uttar Veda Or Later Vedas, Was Composed By The Ancient Tamil Saint-Poet Thiru Valluvar In The 2Nd Century A. D. It Has Also Got The Reputation Of Being The Highest Translated Scripture Of The World In Some 75 Indian And Foreign Languages. Its Wholesale Verse Translation In Oriya Was Done By This Author In The Year 1993. It Is Astonishing To Find The Saint-Poet Deal With As Many As 133 Topics Of Primary Human Interest On Dharma (Piety), Artha (Economics) And Kama (Love Not Lust) In Ten Couplets Under Each Topic Which Are As Much Valid Today As They Were In Ancient Times. The Reader Is Invited To The Treat Of The Illuminating Scripture In The Pages Of This Book.
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3RRR ă ă ă abjure afé affirms the saint-poet anon āſā ascetic asserts the saint-poet beloved beloved's chapter couplet đă discard earn earth engage eyes face fame firl fºi fºll fºr fºſſ friendship gain gºſ GTRI Guru Nanak happiness harm harsh words heart honour impiety implies the saint-poet Indian Administrative Service Kural life's path lover lowly maintain mind never noble ºff ºil Orissa Oriya painful pang of separation pieteous deeds piety poet poor Ră ă Rajaji riches righteous RTÉ Ruler rumour ſã saint saint-poet affirms saint-poet correctly Sangam literature ſãº scripture sense enemies Shri sorrows suffering sulking sweet Tă ă Tamil Thiru Valluvar Thirukkural translation unkind Vedas verse vile wealth Whoever wife wise words of mouth