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This issue features interview with Dr. Azhagappa Azhagappan and V.K.T. Balan (Part II); Biography of multifaceted and much acclaimed personality Veenai S. Balachandar; an article on Tiruchendur Murugan; three recipes on Mayabazaar; five short stories; Part IV of travelogue on Kollimalai; an write-up on novelist Pattukkottai Prabhakar presenting one of his short stories :Madhavan Sir”, plus usual features of Anbulla Snehitiye, Nalam Vaazha, Thendral Pesukirathu, Jokes, Surya Thupparikiraar, Ilanthendral, etc.
This issue features interview of Madurai R. Muralidharan and film actor Rajesh, Biography of Kaviyogi Suddhananda Bharathiyar, an article on Writer Kanmani Gunasekaran with one of his short stories, “Sarugu”, Three short stories, a religious article on Thiruvaiyaru Iyarappar, plus usual features of Thendral Pesukirathu, Anbulla Snehitiye, Nalam Vaazha, Kathiravanai Kelungal, Ilanthendral, etc.
This issue features interview of a young Veena artist, Bharadwaj Raman, the grandson of Veena Legend, Veenai S. Balachandar; two recipes with Quinoa; a biography of Sami Chidambaranar; an article on Nagai Sri Kayaroganeswarar-Neelayathakshi; an article on novelist Ka.Sri.Sri. and excerpts from the novel Krouncha Vadham ; four short stories, plus usual features of Anbulla Snehitiye, Kathiravanai Kelungal, Ilanthendral, Thendral Pesukirathu, Poetry, etc.
The highlights of this issue are: Interviews with Ms. Vairamani who is working as a crematorium assistant, breaking the conventions and traditions of Hinduism, and Ms. Nirupama Vaidyanathan, a Tennis player; a biographical sketch of Raghavaiyengar, a research scholar of Tamil Literature; a health article on treatment of Kidney diseases; a write up on Madhava Perumal Temple at Mylapore; a review on the works of writer Tamilmagan, presenting one of his best short stories, "Athu Ithu"; Three interesting short stories; recipes with jackfruit; plus usual features of Thendral Pesukirathu, Anbulla Snehitiye, Kathiravanai Kelungal, Poetry, Ilanthendral, etc.
This issue features Interviews with Pragathi Guruprasad and O. S. Arun; Biography of Mridangam exponent Palakkad Mani Iyer; Three mouth-watering Recipes in Maya Bazaar; a tribute to Sitar exponent Pandit Ravishankar; two Short stories; a religious article on Tirunelveli Nellivana Nathar; Biography of novelist Ervadi S. Radhakrishnan and a short story writeen by him; Travelogue on Kollimalai Part-5; To Laugh and Think (In a lighter vein) by Geeta Bennett, plus other usual features such as Thendral Pesukirathu, Anbulla Snehitiye, Nalam Vazha, Ialnthendral, Jokes, Surya Thupparikirar, Poetry, etc.
This issue features interview with Writer A. Muthulingam; and Archeologist Dr. Thiyaga. Sathiyamoorthy; Biography of Tamil Scholar Mu. Raghava Iyengar; Two short stories; An article on Writer Vikraman with excerpts from one of his novels; a religious article on Sringery Saradambal; a Travelogue on Kollimalai (Concluding part); Three recipes with Sago on the column of Maya Bazaar; The health column Nalam Vaazha speak on Sinusitis; plus other regular features of Anbulla Snehitiye; Jokes, Ilanthendral, Thendral Pesukirathu, Surya Thupparikiraar, etc.
This issue features interview with Charu Jayaraman and Mangayarkarasi; Biography of Ms. Lakshmi Krishnamoorthy, daughter of veteran freedom fighter Satyamoorthy; Three short stories; An article on Writer Ms. Vidhya Subramaniam with one of her short stories; a religious article on Lakshmi Narasimhar at Singaperumal Koil; a new feature “Kathiravani Kelungal” Three recipes with on the column of Maya Bazaar; The health column Nalam Vaazha speaks on Gout; plus other regular features of Anbulla Snehitiye; Ilanthendral, Jokes, Thendral Pesukirathu, etc.
Interviews with Poet Ugabharathi, and Veluraman; Biography of Violin maestro Mysore Chowdiah; Two recipes on Maya Bazaar: Milagu Kuzhambu and Paruppu Thuvaiyal; a health article on Cataract; a Poem; an article on Sikkal Singaravelar Tample; a write-up on novelist Ponneelan with excerpts from his novel ‘Thedal’; two short stories, are the highlights of this issue. This issue also contains usual features such as: Thendral Pesukirathu, Anbulla Snehitiye, Kathiravanai Kelungal, Ilanthendral, etc.
This issue features interviews with Arun Ramanathan and Ira. Murugan; three recipes; Biographical sketch of Sivakkavimani C.K. subramanya Mudaliar; an article on Srivanjiam Sri Vanjinathar Temple; three short stories; an article on novelist Javert Sitaraman and excerpts from his novel “Udal Porul Aanandhi” plus usual features of Thendral Pesukirathu; Anbulla Snehitiye; Kathiravanai Kelungal; Nalam Vaazha; Kavithai Pandhal, Ilanthendral, etc.
This issue features interviews with veterans Padmashree S.M.Ganapathy Sthapathy, Madurai G.S.Mani, mouth-watering recipes, homage to many veterans, short stories,an article on 37th book fair and other usual features like Ilanthendral , Kathiravanai Kelungal, Nalam Vaazha etc.
This book is a Tamil translation of Sahitya Akademi Award winning Kannada Novel ‘Teru’ by Ragavendra Patil.
This book is a guide on human health, attempting to enlighten on medical treatment, Clinical Tests, Surgery, Medicines from birth till the last breathe. The book emphasizes the need for the basic knowledge of one’s own human body so that it would help deciding such alternative courses of medical treatment as suggested by the physician.
Monograph in Tamil on Thi. Ja. Ranganathan [Thingalur Jagathrakshaka Ranganathan (1901-74)] who was an eminent Tamil writer and Journalist. This book details his biography, his contributions to Tamil Literature in the form of short stories, Essays, Translations, Children's literature, etc. and includes a glossary of his writings.
Organized into three sections Thirukural is the one most ancients texts in Tamil that focuses on ethics. Known popularly as Ullaga Podhu Marai, Thirukural is made up of the three sections, viz, Arattu Paal, Porutpaal and Kaamattupaal
Part of Naalayira thivvya prabantham, Thriuppavai is a collection of 30 songs sung by Andal in praise of the Lord Mahavishnu. These songs are sung typically in the Tamil month of marghazhi culminating in the pongal festival in the month of Thai. It is said that Andal merged one with God at the end of these thirty days.
Sleeping is an important activity for a healthy life. This awakening book on Sleep focuses on the importance, causes of insomnia, Effects of sleeplessness, Tips on healthy sleeping, etc.
As a staunch devotee of Lord Shiva, Manikkavachakar in 25 chapters containing 400 verses visualize the state of happiness of life in 25 stages and emphasizes that the life attains complete happiness in mixing and mingling with Lord Shiva.
This book is a guide enlightening on the first aid techniques to be applied for a host of physical ailments like head injury, epilepsy, tooth ache, bleeding from nose, heart attack, poisonous bites, drowning, fire accidents, vomiting, hypothermia, hypothermia, etc.
A description of some wonders of the world: Mount Everest, Taj Mahal, Great Pyramid of Giza, Great Wall of China, Statue of Liberty, Colosseum, Pisa Tower, Abu Simbel, Mount Fuji, Northern Lights, Niagara Falls, Great Barrier Reef, Eiffel Tower, Sydney Opera House, Moai Statues, Golden Gate Bridge, Mount Kilimanjaro, Angkor Wat, Mount Rushmore, National Memorial, Parthenon, Shwedagon Pagoda, Stonehenge, Hagia Sophia, Mayan Temples, and Iguazu Falls.
The book enlightens the youth, with a lot of interesting anecdotes, as to how the ability to handle emotions enables students to recognize their emotions and how they influence their behavior and the important to learn how to handle difficult emotions such as violence and anger, which can negatively influence health.
This Tamil book written in an educative language deals with Male sexual disorders both physical and Psychological. The topics include-Sexual dysfunctions or malfunctions, uncommon orgasm disorders, erectile dysfunction-the causes, symptoms, clinical studies, remedies and treatment.
The book helps students and youngsters develop the ability to establish and maintain interpersonal relations to interact positively with people whom they encounter daily, especially family members. The anecdotes add flavor to this book.
This book is a biography of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (sardar means Chief) who was called as "Iron Man of India" for his pivotal role in the integration of India as a united and independent nation. A great freedom fighter, a political leader and a social worker he was the Deputy Prime Minister of India during 15 August 1947 – 15 December 1950 and was awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honour posthumously in 1991.
This book is a biography of Shivaji Bhosle who led a resistance to free the Maratha nation from the Sultanate of Bijapur to establish Hindu Swarajya and founded the Maratha empire in the western part of India. He was reigning during 1642–1680 CE. and was crowned as "Chhatrapati" (means king of the Kshatriyas).
This book is a Tamil translation by S. Sankaranarayanan of Sahitya Akademi Award winning English Novel ‘Morning Face’ by Mulk Raj Anand.
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