Indian Journal of Multilingual Research and Development https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijmrd <p>The <strong>“Indian Journal of Multilingual Research and Development”</strong> <strong>(E ISSN 2582-9025)</strong> is a cross-disciplinary, peer reviewed quarterly journal for researchers from various scholarly and geographical backgrounds. Currently, the journal invites articles in the domain of all twenty-three languages along with the English title, abstract and references. Moreover, research in literature, culture, religion, translation, ethnicity and nationalism, sign language, science, technology and software development related to these languages were also encouraged in English and the languages mentioned above. But, general language, literature and linguistics articles written in English will not be considered for publication. Moreover, apart from the above-mentioned languages articles from other Indian Languages and endangered languages are also welcome.</p> en-US ijmrd@journals.asianresassoc.org (Dr. Madhumita Barbora) support@asianresassoc.org (R Vignesh) Thu, 30 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 3.3.0.7 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Poet Sakthi Jothi Poems Revealing Sangam Internal Tradition https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijmrd/article/view/935 <p>No later literature appeared without the influence of the internal traditions of theft and chastity presented by the Sangam literatures. Even in the history of Tamil literature there did not appear to have been any major changes in the content of the biographies unless there were changes in the literary forms. Despite the many changes that have taken place in human life due to political, economic, scientific and social reasons, the impact of ancient traditions on the biographies of love, romance, marriage, separation and waiting can still be seen. This article seeks to reconcile the biographies found in the poems of the poet Sakti Jothi with the internal traditions of the society, with the aim of revealing the origins of the nobility of the tradition if they are restored in a simple literary style.</p> Parameshwari P Copyright (c) 2022 Parameshwari P https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijmrd/article/view/935 Sat, 25 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Unique way of expressing lust, body and love in Contemporary Malayalam Feminist Poetry https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijmrd/article/view/936 <p>The explosive beauty of contemporary Malayalam Feminist Poetry is due to its aesthetic and intellectual openness about lust, body and love. These poems validate the prophecies made by Helen Cixous in Laugh of Medusa about creative wonders that are going to be performed in female imaginary writings. Contemporary women’s poetry dispels all preconceived notions that men have made about women. This paper try to find out the poems that express extreme levels of writing about women’s life and thoughts. The aim of this paper is to mark the heights achieved by contemporary Malayalam feminist poetry.</p> Chandrabose R Copyright (c) 2022 Chandrabose R https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijmrd/article/view/936 Sat, 25 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Descriptive the language style of Naganatyam https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijmrd/article/view/929 <p>N.Chellappa IAS’s Naganatyam poetry anthology contains a total of 50 poems. The pivotal purpose of this paper is to consider these poems as the foremost research sources and divide them into three elements and illustrate them as exemplary. Before that, it is necessary to appreciate the poet's merits and understand the overview of the book. In this paper deal mainly with three topics: 1. Poetic titles; 2. Poetic objects; and 3. Poetic style. Most of the poems of Chellappa are mainly about love. Although they seem subtle, it is not an exaggeration to say that when one examines them in depth, it goes beyond the passions of love, such as Piety, Movement of the soul, Attainment of God, Salvation, Union of oneself with the Supreme of the soul, Standing on the side of God and Riding in bliss. All his poems are lyrics that speak to the soul. The valid poems prove the fact that there are no caste differences between the Jeevatma and Paramatma. The descriptions and parables he uses in his poems are so farfetched and bizarre, and it is clear that he is a fan of nature. In his preface, he says, "Poems written by a Tamil poet." But when one examines the collection of Naganatyam poems, one finds no Tamil trace (except for the words Arangetram, Ponnur, and Kumari). Moreover, these poems appear to be pure Telugu, and do not sound as poetic poems from a Tamil pen. They sound efficacious, and pray on behalf of the Telugus to adorn the mother of Telugu Sahitya Pudami. With thousands of Telugu poems overflowing from his pen, sincerely pray to God that the nature of the poetry he worships will continue to give him physical and mental strength and as well longevity.</p> Savithri C.H Copyright (c) 2022 Savithri C.H https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijmrd/article/view/929 Mon, 20 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000