What does Yaadhum OORE yaavarum?
His famous Tamil quote “Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir” is at present depicted in the United Nations Organisation. The words when translated means, “‘we have a sense of belonging to every place and everyone is our own.”
Who is the author of Yaadhum OORE yaavarum Kelir?
Actor Vijay Sethupathi on Thursday released the teaser of his upcoming film, Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir. The film lifts the title from a poem written by 6th century Tamil poet, Kaniyan Pungundranar.
Who is Kaniyan Poongundran?
Kaniyan Poongunranar, also known as Poongundranar, was an influential Tamil philosopher from the Sangam age. Born and brought up at Mahibalanpatti village of Tamil Nadu’s Sivaganga district, Poongunranar laid down the principles of his version of natural law, throughout the poem ‘Way of Order’.
Who wrote Purananuru?
U. V. Swaminatha Iyer
U. V. Swaminatha Iyer (1855-1942 CE) resurrected the first three epics and Sangam literature from the appalling neglect and wanton destruction of centuries. He reprinted the literature present in the palm leaf form to paper books. He published Purananuru for the first time in 1894.
How old is Purananooru?
This anthology has been variously dated between 1st century BCE and 5th century CE, with Kamil Zvelebil – a Tamil literature scholar, dating predominantly all of the poems of Purananuru sometime between 2nd and 5th century CE. While few poems are dated to the period of 1st century BCE.
What is Agananooru and Purananooru?
The Akananuru (Tamil: அகநானூறு, Akanaṉūṟu, literally “four hundred [poems] in the akam genre”), sometimes called Netuntokai (lit. “anthology of long poems”), is a classical Tamil poetic work and one of the Eight Anthologies (Ettuthokai) in the Sangam literature.
Who wrote Natrinai?
The Naṟṟiṇai manuscript colophon states that it was compiled under the patronage of the Pandyan king named Pannatu Tanta Pantiyan Maran Valuti, but the compiler remained anonymous. The Naṟṟiṇai poems are credited to 175 ancient poets. Two of these poems are attributed to the patron king.
Which type of text does the Natrinai belongs to?
Naṟṟiṇai (Tamil: நற்றிணை meaning excellent tinai), is a classical Tamil poetic work and traditionally the first of the Eight Anthologies (Ettuthokai) in the Sangam literature. The collection – sometimes spelled as Natrinai or Narrinai – contains both akam (love) and puram (war, public life) category of poems.
When was Tolkappiyam written?
According to some, the earliest layer of the Tolkappiyam was likely composed between the 2nd and 1st century BCE, and the extant manuscript versions fixed by about the 5th century CE. The Tolkappiyam Ur-text likely relied on some unknown even older literature.
Who wrote Naladiyar?
What are the three Sangams?
History. According to Tamil legends, there were three Sangam periods, namely Head Sangam, Middle Sangam and Last Sangam period. Historians use the term Sangam period to refer the last of these, with the first two being legendary.