https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijot/issue/feed Indian Journal of Tamil 2024-05-31T07:01:48+00:00 B. Ravikumar Ph.D ijot@journals.asianresassoc.org Open Journal Systems <p><strong>“Indian Journal of Tamil (IJOT)” (E ISSN 2582-662X)</strong> is a peer-reviewed quarterly open access journal published in both Tamil and English, provides an international forum for the publication of language and linguistics researchers. IJOT is dedicated to publishing, clearly written an original article, review articles, conceptual articles and essays. Currently, the journal accepts articles in all fields related to the Tamil language. However, more general language and literature articles are also welcome.</p> https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijot/article/view/2245 Hospitality shown by Periyapuranam 2024-05-31T07:01:48+00:00 Anuradha M anuradha@gmail.com <p>Human life is of high purpose. Intended goal. Human life is not a life made up of organs. Emotions are also a life of morality.&nbsp; High civilization and culture must prevail in human life. Human life is complete in evidence. The goal of testimony is pure love, which gives that pleasure. Therefore, life is about living by activities in such a way that the body, soul and consciousness are all benefited. In that sense, life is a collection of people's values. It identifies the identity of an individual by how he operates in the public sphere and how he acts in the social sphere. Religion explains the spiritual relationship between man and God. Religion is the spiritual art of cultivating man into a divine being. There are many names of religion, but the goal is the same. Similarly, though there are many principles, God is the only God in the form of grace, power and knowledge. That is why the proverb that without Him not an atom moves clearly proves this fact.</p> 2024-05-21T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Anuradha M https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijot/article/view/2224 A. Madhavan Characterization in Short Stories 2024-05-26T13:47:24+00:00 Chithra S chitras@gmail.com <p>Madhavan is a Tamil writer from Thiruvananthapuram. He was a businessman in a commercial street called 'Salai' located in the heart of Thiruvananthapuram. His works are based on his experiences and roles in his daily business life, in Malayalam mixed with Tamil. Many of his works have been translated into English, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam. He has received the Vishnupuram Literary Award for the year 2010 and the Sahitya Akademi Award for the year 2015. Characterization is an essential element in a literary work. When we think of a story, what comes to our mind should be the characters in it. Kambar's 'Raman', Silamb's 'Kannagi', Manonmaniam's 'Kudilanum', Kalki's 'Sivakami' and Jayakanthan's 'Ganga' are specially talked about because of their creative style. In this regard, this article examines the style of character creation in A. Madhavan's stories.</p> 2024-05-14T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Chithra S https://journals.asianresassoc.org/index.php/ijot/article/view/2225 Climbing Adaptation of Kalithogai 2024-05-26T13:50:09+00:00 Deepak A deepkani@gmail.com <p>Kalittokai is one of the ancient Tamil literature collections of Ettuthogai. Kalithogai, a compilation of poems by many poets, contains 150 poems composed of caliphate composed of sound melodious and taravu, tazhisa, monosol and suritakam. Tolkappiyar mentions the Kalippa and the Paripadal as the appropriate forms of texting in the field of subjects. Kalithokai is a book sung by a song and known for its hymns. Kaikkilai, Perunthinai and Madaleruthu, which are not mentioned in other Akatthinai texts, occur only in Kalithogai. It can also be said to be a lover's introduction. Through these songs, the earliest moral traditions, events, traditions and also the glorious adaptation of Tamil and Tamils are found in Kalithogai.</p> 2024-05-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Deepak A