Call for Papers - November Issue 2021

The spiritual rituals and the faiths present in the Aaruppadai Literatures

Rasambal V
Department of Tamil, Kandaswami Kandar's College, Namakkal-638182, Tamil Nadu, India.

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Abstract

The intellectual capacity of a society can be measured by its beliefs. From the birth to death of man, people have a variety of beliefs. Most of the Ancient Tamils believed in God. It was the root cause of man's practice of worship. It is the faith of God. The intellectual capacity of a society can be measured by its beliefs. The purpose of this article is to state that the ancient people sat in the river army literature, where the deity of the ancient people had beliefs in climbing, Paliyiṭuthal, Nadukal valipadu, screaming, ghost and goblin beliefs.

Keywords

  • Local Rituals,
  • Pandemic,
  • Smallpox,
  • Appropriation,
  • Texts (oral and literary)

References

  1. Ilampuranar, U.A., (2012) Tholkaapiyam Porulathigaram, kazhaga veliyeedu, Chennai, India.
  2. Rasamanikkanar, Ma., (2000) Pathupattu kaala Aaraichi, Paari Nilayam, Chennai, India.
  3. Sakthivel, Su., (1983) Nattupura Iyal Aaivu, Manivaasagar Pathippagam, Chennai, India.
  4. Somasundaranar, Po. Ve., (2007) Pathupattu Moolamum Uraiyum, kazhaga veliyeedu, Chennai, India.

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Article Details

Volume 2, Issue 3, Year 2021

Published 2021-07-20

How to Cite

V, R. (2021). The spiritual rituals and the faiths present in the Aaruppadai Literatures. Indian Journal of Tamil, 2(3), 21–25. https://doi.org/10.34256/ijot2134

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