The Status of Women in Ainkurunuru Palai Thinai

Jayavanisri J
Department of Tamil, Government Arts College (Autonomous), Kumbakonam-612002, Tamil Nadu, India.

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Abstract

The mind of the leader is multifaceted. Her mindset is to lose all of her thoughts, flow, thought, action so that she regrets it and then regains what she lost and then rejoices. Without the leader the leader has no responsibilities. Leader Semmandu is aiming to join hands with the leader's love. The mood of the leader is calmed by the word of the friend. Without the support of a friend, the life of the leader will be in question. The reason why the leader excels in the inner mantra is the fear, madness, shame and cultivation she finds. The nurse regrets not thinking of her son's life and thinking of Nartra's daughter. The nurse also appears to be the real mother to the leader. The nurse understands the mother's instincts and actions and is a mother in the internal literature who participates in the suffering of the leader who appears to be the mother.

Keywords

  • Ainkurunuru,
  • Palai thinai,
  • Ancient Tamil People,
  • Palai Culture

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Volume 3, Issue 1, Year 2022

Published 2022-02-04