Culture and History

Paradox…

A logically self contradicting statement is a paradox. Also known as antinomy. You can say it is a sentence that runs contrary to one’s expectations. Actually it’s just a smart […]

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Dheeran Chinnamalai-Tamil Freedom fighter

Dheeran Chinnamalai was an Indian revolutionary and chief of Kongu Nadu who revolted against the supremacy of British rule in India. He was a Palayakkarar in Tamil Nadu who fought against the British East India Company in the 18th century B. C. He was born on 17th April 1756 in […]

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Puliu thevar-Fighter legacy continued

Puli Thevar was a poligar (or palayakarar) who ruled Nerkattumseval situated in the Sankarankoil taluk of Tamil Nadu. Puli Thevar who belongs to the warrior Maravar community was one of the earliest freedom fighters. He is one of the first Indian kings to have fought and defeated the British in […]

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The Creation Of Women

We often hear a lot of things about the creation of women. But what exactly is the truth? The truth is….We don’t know. According to the Hindu theology,due to the period of Kaliyuga,many misconceptions and misunderstandings have arised amongst the people. What is Kaliyuga? Well,Kaliyuga has its own history and […]

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The LGBTQ+ Community

The LGBTQ+ community is a loosely defined grouping of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, asexual and other groups. The pride month is to celebrate pride, diversity, and individuality. The people […]

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Small yet distinct

The word ‘country’ makes one think of a large land mass. However, not every country is huge. There are some countries that are really small in size. They are so […]

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Maruthu Pandiyar-Brothers in Arms

The Maruthu Pandiyar brothers (Periya Maruthu & Chinna Maruthu) ruled Sivagangai, Tamil Nadu during the last part of the 18th century and they were the first to issue a proclamation of independence from the British rule from Trichy Thiruvarangam Temple, Tamil Nadu on June 10, 1801, which is 56 years […]

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Veerapandiya Kattabomman-Bravery part-2

For better understanding I recommend you to read the part-1 The Commission of Enquiry that went into the incident fixed the blame on Jackson and relieved him of his post, thinking the Company’s plan to take over the entire country gradually could be marred by Jackson’s fight with Veerapandiya Kattabomman. […]

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Veerapandiya kattabomman-Bravery part-1

Veerapandiya Kattabomman  also known as Katta Bomman was an 18th century Indian Palaiyakkarar chieftain from Panchalankurichi and who was one of the earliest to oppose the British rule. He waged a war with the British six decades before Indian War of Independence which occurred in 1857 in Northern parts of […]

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Dignity Of Labour

As it is truly said, ” Work is Worship.” Manual work is indeed a good physical exercise thus keeping them in shape & fit. It makes us more self-supporting & […]

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What is Paganism?

 Paganism is the religion practiced by many European people from the Iron Age until Christianisation during the middle ages. Paganism took various forms during those years and practices differed from […]

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The Syamantaka Jewel

It was a period of Dwapara Yuga(the 3rd Yuga out of the four). The yugas have their own history in the Hindu beliefs and extremely fascinating one. But today is the day for something else,The Syamantaka Jewel. The story It is said that the Dwapara Yuga was when Krsna,the supreme […]

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Barbie the Global Citizen

Barbie the global citizen! Yes, it’s the same Barbie doll that many of us played with as a child. That very doll is known as a global citizen due to its global commodity chain and ehich also makes it the most profitable toy in history.

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Tiruppur Kumaran-Protector of Indian flag

OKSR Kumaraswamy Mudaliar who was a famous freedom fighter in Tamil Nadu and he was born on 04-10-1904 in the small down named as Chennimalai in Tiruppur District of Tamil Nadu. He was popularly known as Tiruppur Kumaran. He involved himself in the Indian freedom movement in his young age […]

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Ideas Of Myth From Modern Era

Anything from the era of Renaissance and forward is viewed as modern ear in the study of mythology. During Renaissance as the ideologies of the church were questioned, the way people viewed myths also began to change.

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Velunachiyar-India’s Joan of Arc

Veera Mangai Velunachiyar was one of the queens in the 18th century in South India. She rebelled against the British Empire and fought for the freedom of India.  She was born in 1730 AD to the Mannar Sellamuthu Sethupathy and to Rani Sakandhimuthal of  Ramnad Kingdom.  She was the only […]

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Curiosity (animals)

• Why don’t woodpeckers get a headache? Have you ever seen woodpeckers striking trees with its long beaks? Woodpeckers hit the trees 20 times per second. Yet they don’t get […]

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