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Welcome to the Sangam podcast, where amazing things happen. Cover art photo provided by Andrew Ridley on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@aridley88
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In this episode, we perceive a portrait of a naive maiden, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 121-130, situated in the ‘Neythal’ or ‘Coastal landscape’ and penned by the poet Ammoovanaar. Here goes the Thirteenth Ten of Ainkurunooru: Image of Innocence 121 Soaking the garland கண்டிகும் அல்லமோ, கொண்க! நின் கேளே? முண்டகக் கோதை நனைய, தெ…
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In this episode, we listen to words rendered to the confidante, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 111-120, situated in the ‘Neythal’ or ‘Coastal landscape’ and penned by the poet Ammoovanaar. Here goes the Twelfth Ten of Ainkurunooru: Lament of the Lady 111 Baited by love அம்ம வாழி, தோழி! பாணன் சூழ் கழிமருங்கின் நாண் இரை கொளீஇச் சி…
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In this episode, we listen to the confidante’s words about the man and lady, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 101-110, situated in the ‘Neythal’ or ‘Coastal landscape’ and penned by the poet Ammoovanaar. Here goes the Eleventh Ten of Ainkurunooru: For Mother’s Attention 101 Trampling chariot அன்னை, வாழி! வேண்டு, அன்னை! உதுக் காண் …
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In this episode, we observe the antics of a buffalo, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 91 to 100, situated in the ‘Marutham’ or ‘Farmlands landscape’ and penned by the poet Orambokiyar. Here goes the Tenth Ten of Ainkurunooru : Ballad of the Buffalo 91 Immature daughter and troublesome father நெறி மருப்பு எருமை நீல இரும் போத்து வெறி…
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In this episode, we perceive many variations of sulking, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 81 to 90, situated in the ‘Marutham’ or ‘Farmlands landscape’ and penned by the poet Orambokiyar. Here goes the Ninth Ten of Ainkurunooru: Speaking of Sulking 81 Leftover Lover குருகு உடைத்து உண்ட வெள் அகட்டு யாமை அரிப்பறை வினைஞர் அல்குமிசைக் …
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In this episode, we take a deep dive into the bathing culture of the ancients, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 71 to 80, situated in the ‘Marutham’ or ‘Farmlands landscape’ and penned by the poet Orambokiyar. Thus flows the Eighth Ten of Ainkurunooru: Tales of Bath 71 Glowing Gossip சூது ஆர் குறுந் தொடிச் சூர் அமை நுடக்கத்து நின் …
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In this episode, we perceive the emotions of the lady, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 61 to 70, situated in the ‘Marutham’ or ‘Farmlands landscape’ and penned by the poet Orambokiyar. Here goes the Seventh Ten of Ainkurunooru: The Lady in Spotlight 61 Wasted fruit நறு வடி மாஅத்து விளைந்து உகு தீம் பழம் நெடு நீர்ப் பொய்கைத் துடுமெ…
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In this episode, we hear the impactful words of the lady’s confidante, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 51 to 60, situated in the ‘Marutham’ or ‘Farmlands landscape’ and penned by the poet Orambokiyar. Thus flows the Sixth Ten of Ainkurunooru : Heed to the Confidante 51 Craving of the heart நீர் உறை கோழி நீலச் சேவல் கூர் உகிர்ப் பே…
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In this episode, we take in glimpses of a sulking lady, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 41 to 50, situated in the ‘Marutham’ or ‘Farmlands landscape’ and penned by the poet Orambokiyar. Here goes the Fifth Ten of Ainkurunooru : A Sulk Story 41 The loveless crocodile தன் பார்ப்புத் தின்னும் அன்பு இல் முதலையொடு வெண்பூம் பொய்கைத்து அ…
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In this episode, we listen to words addressed to a friend, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Ainkurunooru 31 to 40, situated in the ‘Marutham’ or ‘Farmlands landscape’ and penned by the poet Orambokiyar. Here goes the Fourth Ten of Ainkurunooru: For the Confidante’s Ears 31 The vow அம்ம வாழி, தோழி! மகிழ்நன் கடன் அன்று என்னும் கொல்லோ நம் ஊர் முடம…
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In this episode, we start our exploration of a new Sangam Literary work, 'Ainkurunooru' or 'Five Hundred Short Poems'. As the name clearly indicates, there are five hundred verses in this collection. However, it's the organisation of these five hundred verses that is unique among the entire Sangam collection. These five hundred verses have a major …
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In this episode, we perceive the noble qualities of a respected leader, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 400, penned about the Chozha King Nalankilli by the poet Kovoor Kizhaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse reveals nuances about the king's compassion and administration.…
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In this episode, we perceive a poet's dilemma and its resolution, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 399, penned about the Leader Thaamaan Thondrikon by the Poet Aiyoor Mudavanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and talks about the thoughtful and boundless generosity of a patron.…
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In this episode, we observe acts of generosity, straight from the heart, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 398, penned about the Chera King Vanjan by the poet Thiruthaamanaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse reveals the request of a supplicant and the response from the patron.…
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In this episode, we perceive the absolute trust in a patron's protection, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 397, penned about the Chozha King Kulamuttrathu Thunjiya Killivalavan by the poet Erukkattoor Thaayankannanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and describes in detail the moments of meet…
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In this episode, we perceive the boundless generosity of a ruler, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 396, penned about the Velir King Vaattraattru Ezhiniyaathan by the poet Mangudi Kizhaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse echoes the pride of a supplicant about his patron.…
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In this episode, we perceive a day in the life of a lush ancient town, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 395, penned about the Leader Chozhanaattu Pidavoor Kizhaarmakan Perunchaathan by the poet Madurai Nakeerar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse talks about the unceasing generosity of this leader.…
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In this episode, we perceive a striking poetic device deployed with dexterity, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 394 penned about the Leader Chozhiya Enaathi Thirukkuttuvan by the poet Chonattu Erichaloor Madalan Madurai Kumaranaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse sketches the leader's generosity in a…
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In this episode, we perceive the wishes in the heart of a supplicant, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 393, penned about the Chozha King Kulamuttrathu Thunjiya Killivalavan by the poet Nalliraiyanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and etches with striking similes, the present state of a pers…
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In this episode, we listen to the greatness of a king in war and peace, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 392, penned about the Velir King Poguttu Ezhini by the poet Avvaiyaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and reveals a fascinating fact in the history of agriculture.…
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In this episode, we perceive the journey of a people in search of a better life, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 391, penned about the Leader Poraiyaatrukizhaan, by the poet Kalladanaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse expresses the hope of finding refuge in the domain of this prosperous ruler.…
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In this episode, we perceive the thoughtful generosity of a much-celebrated king, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 390, penned about the Velir King Athiyamaan Nedumaan Anji by the poet Avvaiyaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse talks about all the ways the leader allayed the suffering of a supplicant.…
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In this episode, we listen to impressive words of praise about a lord of a minor domain, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 388, penned about the Leader Pannan by the poet Madurai Alakkar Gnaalalaar Makanaar Mallanaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse talks about a poet's determination to spread the fame…
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In this episode, we listen to the glory of a king in war and compassion, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 387, penned about the Chera King Selvakadungo Vaazhiyaathan by the poet Kundrukatpaaliyaathanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and renders a heartfelt blessing upon this ruler.…
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In this episode, we perceive the prosperity of a country, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 386, penned about the Chozha King Kulamutrathu Thunjiya Killivalavan by the poet Kovoor Kizhaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse proclaims the trust in this patron's generosity.…
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In this episode, we observe the natural wealth of a leader's region, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 384, penned for the Leader Karumbanoor Kizhaan by the poet Purathinai Nannaakanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and depicts the boundless trust in a patron's generosity.…
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In this episode, we perceive the trust of a poet in a patron, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 383, penned about the Leader Aviyan by the poet Maarokaththu Nappasalaiyaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse reveals the emotions of the poet after receiving the leader's patronage.…
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In this episode, we hear of a king's fame, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 382, penned for the Chozha King Nalankilli by the poet Kovoor Kizhaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and reveals the respect held for this ruler in the hearts of many.Bởi Nandini Karky
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In this episode, we meet with an icon of hospitality, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 381, penned for the Leader Karumbanoor Kizhaan by the poet Purathinai Nannaakanaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse reveals the promise rendered by this patron to his supplicants.…
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In this episode, we perceive the nuanced portrait of a leader, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 380, penned for the local leader Nanjil Valluvan by the poet Karuvoor Kathapillai. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse talks about the personality and generosity of this patron.…
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In this episode, we perceive the eagerness of a poet in meeting with a patron, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 379, penned for the Leader Oymaan Villiyaathan by the poet Purathinai Nannakanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and paints a portrait of a patron's generosity.…
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In this episode, we perceive the ecstatic joy of a poet's family, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 378, penned for the Chozha King Cheruppaazhi Erintha Ilanchetchenni by the poet Oonpothi Pasunkudaiyaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse portrays the victory and wealth of this king.…
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In this episode, we listen to the fame and glory of a king, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 377, penned for the Chozha King Rasasooyam Vetta Perunar Killi by the poet Ulochanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and sketches a poet's awe in seeing a patron's kindness.…
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In this episode, we perceive a poet's contentment, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 376, penned for Leader Oymaan Nalliyakodan by the poet Purathinai Nannaakanaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse sketches an unforgettable moment in the life of a poet.Bởi Nandini Karky
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In this episode, we hear the lament of a poet, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 375, penned for the Velir King Aay Andiran by the poet Uraiyoor Enicheri Mudamosiyaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse spotlights the generosity of this king in the contrast of a barren background.…
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In this episode, we perceive the many ways a king has attained victory in a battlefield, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 373, penned for the Chozha King Kulamutrathu Thunjiya Killivalavan by the poet Kovoor Kizhaar. Set in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory', the verse spotlights a war zone from the perspective of the af…
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In this episode, we perceive a battlefield ritual, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 372, penned for the Pandya King Thalaiyaalankaanathu Cheruvendra Nedunchezhiyan by the poet Maankudi Kizhaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory' and reveals a poet's reason for arriving in a battle zone.…
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In this episode, we perceive the events of a battlefield, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 371, penned for the Pandya King Thalaiyaalankaanathu Cheruvendra Nedunchezhiyan by the poet Kallaadanaar. Set in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory', the verse presents an impoverished poet's perspective of a king's conquest.…
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In this episode, we listen to a supplicant's difficult journey, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 370, penned for the Chozha King Cheruppaazhi Erintha Ilanchetchenni by the poet Oonpothi Pasunkudaiyaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory' and sketches the terrible state of a battlefield.…
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In this episode, we observe a perfect instance of projection, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 369, penned for the Chera King Kadalottiya Velkelu Kuttuvan by the poet Paranar. Set in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory', the verse puts forth a specific request to a winning king in the battlefield.…
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In this episode, we perceive bloodshed and loss in a battlefield, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 368, penned for the Chera king Kudakko Neduncheralathan by the poet Kazhaathalaiyaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory' and talks about a king's generosity in the midst of great strife.…
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In this episode, we listen to a blessing rendered unto three kings, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 367, penned for the Chera king Maavenko, Chozha king Perunarkilli and Pandya king Ukkira Peruvazhuthi by the poet Avvaiyaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse celebrates the unity of these three kings.…
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