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Popular Tamil novelist Sujatha (alias S. Rangarajan)’s Tamil novel “Pirivom Santhippom” which was serialised in the Tamil Weekly ‘Ananda Vikatan’ with a mass reading has two parts. This first part is a love story spun around two characters Raghu and Madhu was set in Tamiraparani in Tirunelveli District of Tamilnadu. This novel was also produced as a feature film in Tamil.
Pisiranthaiyar was a Tamil poet and friend of King Kopperunchozhar. He also died along with the king. Their story stands as a great example of friendship and loyalty.This book won the author his Sahithya akademy award.
A historical novel in five parts, narrating the story of Chola King Arulmozhivarman (popularly known as Rajaraja Cholan who ruled Cholan kingdom between 985 and 1014 AD). It was the masterpiece of Kalki.This first part-Pudhu Vellam contains 57 chapters.
A historical novel in five parts, narrating the story of Chola King Arulmozhivarman (popularly known as Rajaraja Cholan who ruled Cholan kingdom between 985 and 1014 AD). It was the masterpiece of Kalki. This second part-Suzhal Katru contains 53 chapters.
A historical novel in five parts, narrating the story of Chola King Arulmozhivarman (popularly known as Rajaraja Cholan who ruled Cholan kingdom between 985 and 1014 AD). It was the masterpiece of Kalki. This third part-Kolai Vaal contains 46 chapters.
A historical novel in five parts, narrating the story of Chola King Arulmozhivarman (popularly known as Rajaraja Cholan who ruled Cholan kingdom between 985 and 1014 AD). It was the masterpiece of Kalki. This fourth part-Manimagudam contains 46 chapters.
A historical novel in five parts, narrating the story of Chola King Arulmozhivarman (popularly known as Rajaraja Cholan who ruled Chola kingdom between 985 and 1014 AD). It was a masterpiece of Kalki. This fifth and final part, Thyagachikaram, contains 46 chapters.
This Tamil translation by Latha Ramakrishnan of Kartar Singh Duggal’s Akademi Award winning Short Stories in Punjabi ‘IK Chhit Chanan Di’ contains 41 short stories.
This book is a translation in Tamil by M. Ramalingam (Ezhilmudalvan) from English translation titled “The Lost Meaning” of Niranjan Tasneem of his own Sahitya Akademi Award-winning Punjabi Novel, , “Gwache Arth”. The book is an 'odyssey' in search of meaning of life during the 1980s in Punjab and show cases the harmony with which the two communities of Punjab lived like Juno's swans -still coupled and inseparable.
This first part contains the best of eight short stories of Premchand, a famous writer of modern Hindi-Urdu literature, translated into Tamil.
Premchandin Chiranda Chirukathaigal (selected short stories of Premchand, part II) compilation has a fine collection of nine short stories translated into Tamil.
This book is a Tamil translated version of English book written by N. R. Narayana Murthy and contains his articles and lectures delivered by him on global platforms. While focusing on lapses and weakness of people, he also offers valuable suggestions to achieve success, quoting his own experiences.
This book is the Tamil translation by S. Krishnamoorthi of Sahitya Akademi Award winning Bengali novel ‘Krantikal’ by Prafulla Roy.
The story of Amudhavalli and her love for Udharan also has elements like Patriotism and Revolution added to it by the veteran writter.
This is a collection of 30 popular short stories by Puthumaipithan, the veteran Tamil author, belonging to various genres, and thus a useful reference text for people interested in Tamil fiction.
This book is a monograph in Tamil on Puthumaippithan, the pseudonym of C. Viruthachalam (April 25, 1906 - May 5, 1948), one of the most influential and revolutionary writers of Tamil fiction whose writings were the reflections of social satire, progressive thinking and threadbare criticism of accepted conventions.
Puyal (Cyclone) is a Tamil Translation by T. S. Giriprakash of Palagummi Padmaraju’s Sahitya Akademi Award winning (1985) Telugu Short Stories “Galivana”. Galivana won second prize in an international competition held by the New York Herald Tribune in 1952. It comprises 18 stories portraying the complex inner life of an average person probing psychologically deep into the depths of human thought, emotion and experience.
This book narrates the history of Rajaraja Chozhan, the Chola King who ruled the Chola Empire between 985 A.D. and 1014 A.D.
Rajiv Gandhi, the former Prime Minister of India, was brutally killed by a human bomb during the election campaign at Sriperumbudur near Chennai, Tamilnadu in May, 1991. The assasins were suspected to belong to LTTE, a political militant organisation which was fighting for separate Elam. In this book Ragothaman, the Chief Investigating Officer of the Rajiv Gandhi assasination case narrates how the investigation team was able to find the culprits in this case.
The book offers a lot of useful problem solving techniques with interesting anecdotes.
The first part of Thevaram comprises 721verses chanted by Tirugnanasambandar in praise of Lord Shiva enshrined in sixty six Shiva temples.
Andhathi is a classical poetic format of verses wherein the last word of a verse will be the first word of the next verse and so on till the end of all verses. Saraswati Andhathi belongs to this format wherein Poet Kambar is profusely glorifying Goddess Saraswati with whose boon Kambar was believed to have been bestowed with poetic skill. In Satagopopar Andhati Kambar pays rich tributes to Saint Nammazhwar, one of the twelve vaishnavite Azhwars. Poet Kambar lauds God Vishnu as the greatest of all Gods and Nammazhwar who composed chanting verses on God Vishnu as the greatest of all Azhwars.
In this book on Diabetes, Part One introduces the disease, explains the characteristics and different types, symptoms and tests; the Second Part details common and chronic afflictions, Diet, Exercise and facts. Simple Tips to reduce Weight, diet, does and don’t, exercise for children, Guidelines for Diabetic Tests are given in Annex. The measurement of Carbohydrates in foods, nutritional value of daily foods, and Calorie of Energy spent on different daily activities are given in Tables.
This book is a Translation in Tamil by Pattu M. Bhoopathi of K. B. Prabhu Prasad’s monograph in English on Sarvajnar, a poet in the Kannada language. He is famous for his pithy three-lined poems which are called tripadis. This book analyzes his divinity and ability to portray the true nature of human livelihood with his tripadis verses.