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C. Subramaniya Bharathiyar Songs - Part III

by C. Subramaniya Bharathiyar

Kannan pattu comprises 23 chapters each in which the poet considers God Krishna in various roles as mother, father, servant, king, disciple, guru (teacher), child, lover, master, deity and so on. Kuyil pattu (Songs of Cuckoo) praises the glory of cuckoo in 9 chapters.

Computere oru kathai sollu

by Sujatha

A compilation of fifteen short stories of mystery and suspense.

En Iniya Iyanthira

by Sujatha

A science fiction serialized in a popular Tamil weekly during 80s. With advancing mechanization, this novel interestingly visualizes what would happen in 2021 A.D.

Holy Bible - New Testament - Part IV Corinthians I & II

by Corinthians

The First Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians is the seventh book of the New Testament which contains sixteen chapters. The Second Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians is the eighth book of the New Testament which contains thirteen chapters.

Kalki

by R. Mohan

Kalki is the Pseudonym of Laureate of Tamil Literature, Ra. Krishnamoorthy (1899-1954), who founded the popular Tamil magazine "Kalki". In this Monograph in Tamil by R. Mohan, Kalki's life sketches, his literary works, his multifaceted personality, etc., are narrated in such a vivid style as the present generation would find fascinating to read and wonder.

Malai Mel Neruppu

by Anita Desai Ashokamitran

This book is the Tamil Translation by Ashokamitran of Anita Desai’s Akademi Award winning English novel “Fire on the Mountain”. The plot of this novel is set at the backdrop of Simla hills, portraying wonderfully the ways of Indian life and stages of old age. In this novel, the intricacies of relationship and the palpation of kinship are vividly picturized to captivate the readers.

Nijathai Thedi

by Sujatha

Starting from his first short story published in a Tamil Weekly, it is a compilation of a few short stories of Sujatha (alias S.Rangarajan) written during the early years of his writing career.

Pathavikkaga

by Sujatha

This novel depicts how crime and perfidy act as powerful forces in determining the destiny of the people in a bogus democracy.

Pirivom Santhippom – Part 2

by Sujatha

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 second part starts with Raghu’s migration to U.S. for higher education where he meets his ex-love Madhumita with her husband Radhakishen, a betrayer, and ends on Madhu’s fatal end in a car accident and Raghu marries Ratna. A vivid portrayal of NRI’s life abroad; also produced as a feature film in Tamil.

Pirivom Santhippom - Part 1

by Sujatha

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.

Saraswati Antati & Satakopar Antati of Kambar

by Kambar

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.

Srirangathu Devathaikal

by Sujatha

This book is a collection of memoirs of the author when he was staying in his grandmother’s house at Srirangam during his school days.

Thanniir Desam of Vairamuthu-Part II

by Kavignar Vairamuthu

The second part of the two parts book is a modern poetry (Pudhu Kavidhai) about adventures of Sea in a poetic novel format.

Tirukkovaiyar (aka Tiruchitrambalakkovaiyar)

by Manikkavachakar

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.

Arignar Anna

by S. Shanmuga Sundaram

This book is a monograph on Arignar Anna a.k.a. C.N. Annadurai. A vivid portrayal of his biography, poetry, short stories, novels, plays, cinema scripts, journals, articles and essays, letters, speeches and other creative works so much so that the reader will admire the multifaceted personality who rose to become a people’s leader using the weapons of tongue and pen.

Andal's Nachiyar Thirumozhi

by Andal

Andal was a 10th century Tamil poet who is revered as a saint in the southern parts of India. Infact, she is considered as one of the twelve Alvars (saints) and the only woman Alvar (saint) of Vaishnavism (a cult devoted to Lord Vishnu). After her first work known as Thiruppavai, this one, Nachiyar Thirumozhi is the second compilation by Andal consisting of 143 verses. Through this poem, she disclosed her passionate yearning for Lord Vishnu. These 143 verses are a part of the 4000 hyms of Nalayira Divya Prabandham and are organized in 14 segments, each one called a tirumozhi. The poems compiled by Andal in her teenage years, display a high level of literary and religious maturity.

C. Subramania Bharathiyar Padalkal - Part I

by C. Subramaniya Bharathiyar

It contains 52 patriotic songs under five chapters of Poet Bharathiar.

Kayiru Part-I

by Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai C. A. Balan

The novel stretches across 7 generations and a time span of 150 years vividly portraying the culture, tradition and the social order of yesteryears’ Kerala and the gradual transition it went through to arrive at the current state of affairs. With multitude of characters it recounts the social, political, economic reformations and upheavals the society, families and individuals went through those times.

Kayiru Part-II

by Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai C. A. Balan

The novel stretches across 7 generations and a time span of 150 years vividly portraying the culture, tradition and the social order of yesteryears’ Kerala and the gradual transition it went through to arrive at the current state of affairs. With multitude of characters it recounts the social, political, economic reformations and upheavals the society, families and individuals went through those times.

Kayiru Part-III

by Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai C. A. Balan

The novel stretches across 7 generations and a time span of 150 years vividly portraying the culture, tradition and the social order of yesteryears’ Kerala and the gradual transition it went through to arrive at the current state of affairs. With multitude of characters it recounts the social, political, economic reformations and upheavals the society, families and individuals went through those times.

Mann Bommai

by R. Veezhinathan Kalindicharan Panigrahi

This novel is a Translation in Tamil from Hindi of Kalindicharan Panigrahi’s Oriya Novel, Matir Manish. The story revolves round the family of Shama Pradhan, a rural farmer, and his two sons, Baraju and Chakadi and disagreements over the family home and land after his death.

Nila Adirvumaanikale Nanri

by C. Radhakrishnan K. Nachimuthu

This science fiction novel is a Tamil translation by K. Nachimuthu of the Malayalam novel Spandamaapinikale nanri by C. Radhakrishnan.

Yugattin Mudivil

by Vivekanandagopal Iravati Karve

This book is a Tamil Translation of Iravati Karve’s Marati Classic Yuganta. Yugattin Mudivil studies the humanity of the Mahabharata’s great figures, with all their virtues and their equally numerous faults.

Holy Bible - New Testament - Part VI Jacob, Peter 1-2, John 1-3, Jude & Revelation

by John Jacob Peter Jude

Jacob: Twentieth book contains five chapters Peter 1. Twenty first book contains five chapters Peter 2. Twenty second book contains three chapters John 1. Twenty third book contains five chapters John 2. Twenty fourth book contains one chapter John 3. Twenty fifth book contains one chapter Jude: Twenty sixth book contains one chapter Revelation: The Twenty seventh book of the ‘Revelation of John’ is the last in the collection of documents which constitute the New Testament which contains twenty two chapters.

Kalkiyin Sivakamiyin Sabadham Part I Tremor (Chapters 1-47)

by Kalki Krishnamurthy

A historical four parts novel set in 7th Century in South India against the backdrop of various historical events and figures revolving around the Chalukya King, Pulikesi II laying a siege of Kanchi and Narasimhavarman avenging this by attacking Vatapi, the capital of the Chalukyas. Sivakami a dancer close to the heart of Pallava King Narasimhavaraman, vows that she would not leave Vatapi until Narasimhavarman burns it down and rescues her. Finally, Sivagami is united with her aging father. She is initially heart-broken on realising that Narasimhavarman is married to someone else, but later decides to dedicate herself to the God Shiva.

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