Subscribe for Newsletters and Discounts
Be the first to receive our thoughtfully written
religious articles and product discounts.
Your interests (Optional)
This will help us make recommendations and send discounts and sale information at times.
By registering, you may receive account related information, our email newsletters and product updates, no more than twice a month. Please read our Privacy Policy for details.
.
By subscribing, you will receive our email newsletters and product updates, no more than twice a month. All emails will be sent by Exotic India using the email address info@exoticindia.com.

Please read our Privacy Policy for details.
|6
Your Cart (0)
Share our website with your friends.
Email this page to a friend
Books > Language and Literature > Thirukkural (Tamil Text, its Paraphrase, Roman Rendering and English Translation)
Displaying 252 of 4529         Previous  |  NextSubscribe to our newsletter and discounts
Thirukkural (Tamil Text, its Paraphrase, Roman Rendering and English Translation)
Pages from the book
Thirukkural (Tamil Text, its Paraphrase, Roman Rendering and English Translation)
Look Inside the Book
Description
Back of the book

Written nearly 2000 years ago by Saint Thiruvalluvar, the Thirukkural is one of the earliest classics in Tamil language. In three parts-Aram, Porul and Imbam, i.e. virtue, wealth and Love, this book comprises of 1330 couplets organized in 133 chapters of 10 each. Each couplet is called ‘Kural Venba’, a form of poetry in Tamil. The coupltes are brief in form, but rich in content and have several effective metaphors. Occasional sarcasm and humour add to the beauty of this work.

The most admirable attribute of this book is its secular character. Relevant even in the present context, the Thirukkural contains valuable tips for rulers, managers, householders, and alike which are practicable in today’s scenario as well.

Significantly, this book does not mention the name of any country, king, cast, religion, god, Philanthropist or Philosopher. Apparently, the Thirukkural has been composed for the humanity at large, not dor propagating any religion, nor in the praise of any individual.

 

About The Book

The Thirukkural is one of the earliest classics in Tamil language, which is believed to be an oldest language, being spoken still. Written nearly 2000 years ago by Saint Thiruvalluvar, it comprises 1330 couplets organized in 133 chapters of 10 each. Each couplet is called Kural Venba ', a form of poetry in Tamil. The couplets are brief in form, but rich in content and have several effective metaphors. Occasional sarcasm and humour add to the beauty of this work. For example, Kural says 'the mean are like angels; both act without restraint' and 'friendship with the fools is a blessing - there won't be any pain in parting'.

The most admirable attribute of this book is its secular character. 'Praise of God' is its first chapter, which does not refer to the God of any particular religion. Besides, the content in this work are relevant even in the present context. It contains valuable tips for rulers, managers, householders, and alike which are relevant and practicable in today's scenario too. 'Never honour the spy in public, it will expose him'' - this needs to be followed by modern day intelligence agencies as well. 'Before initiating action, consider the cost of the action, its outcome and the net result''- is an advice to be taken note of by the present day corporate managers.

Significantly, this book does not mention the name of any country, king, cast, religion, God, philanthropist or philosopher. Apparently, the Thirukkural has been composed for the humanity at large, not for propagating any religion, nor in the praise of any individual.

The Thirukkural has three parts—Aram, Porul and Inbam, i.e. Virtue, Wealth and Love.

The first part deals with the aspects of 'Virtue' - the moral values of life. Topics discussed in this part include Importance of Virtue, Domestic Life, Hospitality, Being Grateful, Impartiality, Self Restraint, Being Righteous, Patience, Shunning envy, Fear of Evil Deeds, Charity, Fame, Consistency, Truthfulness, Renunciation and Overcoming Desires.

The second part deals with 'Wealth' - not only about material wealth, but also about other wealths such as Education, Wisdom, etc. A good part of this book is also on statecraft. In this part topics such as Wisdom, Greatness of a Ruler, Listening to the Learned, Assessing the Strength, Assessing Time, Selection and Employment, Right Sceptre, Cruel Sceptre, Being Benign, Role of Ministers and Detectives, Power of Speech, Purity of Action, Friendship, etc. have been discussed.

The third part is on 'Love' where one can learn many aspects of love and affection. Subjects dealt in this part include Understanding the signs, Enjoying the union, Praising the beauty, Pain of separation, Anxiety of the eyes, Pain of solitude, Yearning to meet, Longing for union, Pleasure of sulking.

 

About the Author

St Thiruvalluvar, the poet and a philosopher from Tamil Nadu, belongs to the First century B.C. (31 B.C.). He is believed to have from born in a weaver’s family and lived in Mylapore. There is also a view that he was born in Kanyakumari. To substantiate this claim, some scholars refer to the words used by Valluvar that are still in use in the southernmost part of Tamil Nadu.

In Tamil Nadu, the birthday of Thiruvalluvar (15th January) is celebrated as New Year Day’ (Thiravalluvar Year).

St. Thiruvalluvar depicts himself as a moral philosopher and a political scientist. As a great thinker, Thiruvalluvar, transgresses the frontiers of language and creed. His scripture of universalism has induced to recognize him as one of the greatest philosophers. 1330 Kurals deal with almost all a aspects of life, but nowhere does he mentions any country or caste or God or a King. This justifies the universally of his work. During his period, he was considered a revolutionary poet.

‘Richa Prakashan’ is dedicated to the publishing of spiritual, Religious & Yog books with a mission to enable the people of Indian origin, NRIS & Foreigners to read and understand these books.

Books such as Shree Raamcharitamaansa, Shreemad Bhagwad Gita, Hanumaana Chaaleesaa, Sachitra Shiva Chaaleessa, Sundarkaanda, Sachitra Aaratee Sangraha & other similar books have been published. Reading Has been published. Reading has been made easy through Ramanized English & authentic Hindi English translations.

Lately books in regional languages like Bangla (Shree Kaalee chaaleessa, Shree Durga Chaaleessa), Gujarati (Shree Hanumaana Chaleessa)& French (Thirukkural) have also been developed on the same pattern. Such efforts are made specifically for our friends abroad- who are unable to read to read the original text written in Hindi/Sanskrit/regional languages but wish to read these books.

At the same time, numerous Yog books on varied subjects like spine, obesity, olde-age, diabetes, etc have also been published under Richa Prakashan. Various ‘asans’ have been explained with their objectives, areas affected, their do’s & don’ts, amongst other topics.

While developing these books, Quality- both in terms of production of these books & in providing authentic content, has been our prime area of focus.

 

Introduction

The Thirukkural is one of the earliest classics in Tamil language, which is believed to be an oldest language, being spoken still. Written nearly 2000 years ago by Saint Thiruvalluvar, it comprises 1330 couplets organized in 133 chapters of 10 each. Each couplets are brief in form, but rich in content and have several effective metaphors. Occasional sarcasm and humour add to the beauty of this work. For example, Kural says ‘the mean are like angels; both act without restraint and friendship with the fools is a blessing- there won’t be any pain in parting.

The most admirable attribute of this book is its secular character. ‘praise of God’ is its first chapter, which does not refer to the God of any particular religion. Besides, the content in this work are relevant even in the present context. It contains valuable tips for rulers, managers, householders, and alike which are relevant and practicable in today’s scenario too. ‘Never honour the spy in public, it will expose him’-this needs to be followed by modern day intelligence agencies as will. ‘Before initiating action, consider the cost of the action, its outcome and the net result’- is an advice to an taken note of by the present day corporate managers.

Significantly, this book does not mention the name of any country , King, Cast, religion, God, Philanthropist or Philosopher. Apparently, the Thirukkural has been composed for the humanity at large, not for propagating any religion, nor in the praise of any individual.,p> The Thirukkural has three parts-Aram, Porul and Imbam, i.e. virtue, Wealth and Love.

The first part with the aspects of ‘Virtue’- the moral values of life. Topics discussed in this part include Importance of Virtue, Domestic Life, Hospitality, Being Grateful, Impartilaity, Self Restraint, Being Righteous ,Patience, Shunning envy, Fear of Evil Deeds, Charity, Fame, Consistency, Truthfulness Renunciation and Overcoming Desires.

The second part deals with ‘Wealth’-not only about material wealth, but also about other wealths such as Education, Wisdom, etc. A good part of this book is also on statecraft. In this part topics such as Wisdom, Greatness of a Ruler, Listening to the Learned, Assessing the strength. Assessing Time, Selection and Employment, Right scepter, Cruel Sceptre, Being Benign, role of Ministers and Detectives, Power of speech, Purity of Action, Friendship, etc. have been discussed.

The third part is on ‘Love’ where one can learn many aspects of love and affection. Subjects dealt in this part include Understanding the sign, enjoying the union, praising the beauty, pain of separation, Anxiety of the eyes, Pain of solitude, Yearning to meet, Longing for union, pleasure of sulking.

 

Contents

 

Thirukkural & Thiruvalluvar iii-iv
Publisher's Note v-vi
Tamil Letters & Sounds vii-xi
Virtue 1-192
In Praise of God 3
Glory of the Rain 8
Greatness of Ascetics 13
On the Iprotance of Virtue 18
Domestic Life 23
Life companion 28
Wealth of Children 33
Possession of Love 38
Hospitality 43
Speaking Sweetly 48
Being Grateful 53
Impartiality 58
Sef Restraint 63
Being Righteous 68
Not Lusting Another's Wife 73
Patience 78
Shunning Envy 83
Not Coveting 88
shunning Backbiting 93
shunning from vain Words 98
Fear of Evil Deeds 103
Rendering Help 108
Charity 113
Fame 118
Possession of Benevolence 123
Renunciation of Meat 128
Penance 133
Inconsistent Coduct 138
Absence of Fraud 143
Truthfulness 148
Overcoming Wrath 153
Refraining from Hurting 158
Not killing 163
Impermanence 168
Renunciation 173
True knowledge 178
Overcoming Desires 183
Fate 188
Wealth 193-544
Greatness of the Urler 195
Educatiion 200
Not Learing 205
Listening 210
wisdom 215
Correction of Faults 220
Seeking the Help of Elders 225
Avoiding Mean Company 230
Evaluated Action 235
Assessing the Strength 240
Assessing time 245
Assessing the Place 250
Confiding After Selesction 255
Selection and Employment 260
Cherishing the Relatives 265
Not Being Forgetful 270
Right Sceptre 280
Cruel Sceptre 285
Abstaining from Terrorism 290
Being Benign 295
Detectives 300
Being Energetic 305
Free from Sluggishenss 310
In praise of Striving 315
Fortitude 320
Ministers 325
Power of Speech 330
Purity of Action 335
Power of Action 340
Mode of Execution 345
Envory 350
Moving with the Ruler 355
Understanding Indications 360
Understanding the Assembly Not Dreading the Assembly 365
The Conutry 370
Fort 375
Accumulating Wealth 380
Excellence of Army 385
Martial Spirit 390
Friendship 395
Scrutiny of Friendship 400
Familiarity 405
Evil friendship 410
Unreal Friendship 415
Foolishness 420
Ignorance 425
Hostitlity 430
Might of Hatred 435
Analysing Hatred 440
Internal Enemies 445
Not Offending the Virtuous 450
Beiong Led by women 460
Prostitutes 465
Abstaining from Liquor 470
Gambling 475
Medicine 480
Citixenship 485
Honour 490
Greatness 495
perfectness 500
Courtesy 505
Unused Wealth 510
Sense of Shame 515
Maintaining Family Agriculture 520
Poverty 525
Begging 530
Avoiding Begging 535
Meanness 540
Love 545-671
Pain from the Beauty 547
Understanding the Signs 552
Enjoying the Union 55
Praising the Beauty 562
Reiterating Love 567
Crossing Bashfulness 572
Gossiping 577
Pain of Separation 582
Pining (Loss of health) 587
Anxiety of the Eyes 592
parting pain that pales 597
Pain of Solitude 602
Painful Recollection 607
Narrating the Dreams 512
Pain of the Evening 617
Loss of Beauty 622
Addressing the Heart 627
Getting Exposed 632
yearning to meet 637
Indicating through sings 642
Longing for Union 647
Complaints Against the Heart 652
Sulking Intricate Sulking 657
Intricate Sulking 662
Pleasure of Sulking 667
Refernces 673

Sample Pages





















Thirukkural (Tamil Text, its Paraphrase, Roman Rendering and English Translation)

Item Code:
NAF739
Cover:
Hardcover
Edition:
2005
Publisher:
ISBN:
8187062711
Language:
Tamil Text, its Paraphrase, Roman Rendering and English Translation
Size:
9.0 inch x 6.0 inch
Pages:
690
Other Details:
Weight of the book: 895 gms
Price:
$55.00
Discounted:
$44.00   Shipping Free - 4 to 6 days
You Save:
$11.00 (20%)
Look Inside the Book
Add to Wishlist
Send as e-card
Send as free online greeting card
Thirukkural (Tamil Text, its Paraphrase, Roman Rendering and English Translation)

Verify the characters on the left

From:
Edit     
You will be informed as and when your card is viewed. Please note that your card will be active in the system for 30 days.

Viewed 2786 times since 14th May, 2017
Back of the book

Written nearly 2000 years ago by Saint Thiruvalluvar, the Thirukkural is one of the earliest classics in Tamil language. In three parts-Aram, Porul and Imbam, i.e. virtue, wealth and Love, this book comprises of 1330 couplets organized in 133 chapters of 10 each. Each couplet is called ‘Kural Venba’, a form of poetry in Tamil. The coupltes are brief in form, but rich in content and have several effective metaphors. Occasional sarcasm and humour add to the beauty of this work.

The most admirable attribute of this book is its secular character. Relevant even in the present context, the Thirukkural contains valuable tips for rulers, managers, householders, and alike which are practicable in today’s scenario as well.

Significantly, this book does not mention the name of any country, king, cast, religion, god, Philanthropist or Philosopher. Apparently, the Thirukkural has been composed for the humanity at large, not dor propagating any religion, nor in the praise of any individual.

 

About The Book

The Thirukkural is one of the earliest classics in Tamil language, which is believed to be an oldest language, being spoken still. Written nearly 2000 years ago by Saint Thiruvalluvar, it comprises 1330 couplets organized in 133 chapters of 10 each. Each couplet is called Kural Venba ', a form of poetry in Tamil. The couplets are brief in form, but rich in content and have several effective metaphors. Occasional sarcasm and humour add to the beauty of this work. For example, Kural says 'the mean are like angels; both act without restraint' and 'friendship with the fools is a blessing - there won't be any pain in parting'.

The most admirable attribute of this book is its secular character. 'Praise of God' is its first chapter, which does not refer to the God of any particular religion. Besides, the content in this work are relevant even in the present context. It contains valuable tips for rulers, managers, householders, and alike which are relevant and practicable in today's scenario too. 'Never honour the spy in public, it will expose him'' - this needs to be followed by modern day intelligence agencies as well. 'Before initiating action, consider the cost of the action, its outcome and the net result''- is an advice to be taken note of by the present day corporate managers.

Significantly, this book does not mention the name of any country, king, cast, religion, God, philanthropist or philosopher. Apparently, the Thirukkural has been composed for the humanity at large, not for propagating any religion, nor in the praise of any individual.

The Thirukkural has three parts—Aram, Porul and Inbam, i.e. Virtue, Wealth and Love.

The first part deals with the aspects of 'Virtue' - the moral values of life. Topics discussed in this part include Importance of Virtue, Domestic Life, Hospitality, Being Grateful, Impartiality, Self Restraint, Being Righteous, Patience, Shunning envy, Fear of Evil Deeds, Charity, Fame, Consistency, Truthfulness, Renunciation and Overcoming Desires.

The second part deals with 'Wealth' - not only about material wealth, but also about other wealths such as Education, Wisdom, etc. A good part of this book is also on statecraft. In this part topics such as Wisdom, Greatness of a Ruler, Listening to the Learned, Assessing the Strength, Assessing Time, Selection and Employment, Right Sceptre, Cruel Sceptre, Being Benign, Role of Ministers and Detectives, Power of Speech, Purity of Action, Friendship, etc. have been discussed.

The third part is on 'Love' where one can learn many aspects of love and affection. Subjects dealt in this part include Understanding the signs, Enjoying the union, Praising the beauty, Pain of separation, Anxiety of the eyes, Pain of solitude, Yearning to meet, Longing for union, Pleasure of sulking.

 

About the Author

St Thiruvalluvar, the poet and a philosopher from Tamil Nadu, belongs to the First century B.C. (31 B.C.). He is believed to have from born in a weaver’s family and lived in Mylapore. There is also a view that he was born in Kanyakumari. To substantiate this claim, some scholars refer to the words used by Valluvar that are still in use in the southernmost part of Tamil Nadu.

In Tamil Nadu, the birthday of Thiruvalluvar (15th January) is celebrated as New Year Day’ (Thiravalluvar Year).

St. Thiruvalluvar depicts himself as a moral philosopher and a political scientist. As a great thinker, Thiruvalluvar, transgresses the frontiers of language and creed. His scripture of universalism has induced to recognize him as one of the greatest philosophers. 1330 Kurals deal with almost all a aspects of life, but nowhere does he mentions any country or caste or God or a King. This justifies the universally of his work. During his period, he was considered a revolutionary poet.

‘Richa Prakashan’ is dedicated to the publishing of spiritual, Religious & Yog books with a mission to enable the people of Indian origin, NRIS & Foreigners to read and understand these books.

Books such as Shree Raamcharitamaansa, Shreemad Bhagwad Gita, Hanumaana Chaaleesaa, Sachitra Shiva Chaaleessa, Sundarkaanda, Sachitra Aaratee Sangraha & other similar books have been published. Reading Has been published. Reading has been made easy through Ramanized English & authentic Hindi English translations.

Lately books in regional languages like Bangla (Shree Kaalee chaaleessa, Shree Durga Chaaleessa), Gujarati (Shree Hanumaana Chaleessa)& French (Thirukkural) have also been developed on the same pattern. Such efforts are made specifically for our friends abroad- who are unable to read to read the original text written in Hindi/Sanskrit/regional languages but wish to read these books.

At the same time, numerous Yog books on varied subjects like spine, obesity, olde-age, diabetes, etc have also been published under Richa Prakashan. Various ‘asans’ have been explained with their objectives, areas affected, their do’s & don’ts, amongst other topics.

While developing these books, Quality- both in terms of production of these books & in providing authentic content, has been our prime area of focus.

 

Introduction

The Thirukkural is one of the earliest classics in Tamil language, which is believed to be an oldest language, being spoken still. Written nearly 2000 years ago by Saint Thiruvalluvar, it comprises 1330 couplets organized in 133 chapters of 10 each. Each couplets are brief in form, but rich in content and have several effective metaphors. Occasional sarcasm and humour add to the beauty of this work. For example, Kural says ‘the mean are like angels; both act without restraint and friendship with the fools is a blessing- there won’t be any pain in parting.

The most admirable attribute of this book is its secular character. ‘praise of God’ is its first chapter, which does not refer to the God of any particular religion. Besides, the content in this work are relevant even in the present context. It contains valuable tips for rulers, managers, householders, and alike which are relevant and practicable in today’s scenario too. ‘Never honour the spy in public, it will expose him’-this needs to be followed by modern day intelligence agencies as will. ‘Before initiating action, consider the cost of the action, its outcome and the net result’- is an advice to an taken note of by the present day corporate managers.

Significantly, this book does not mention the name of any country , King, Cast, religion, God, Philanthropist or Philosopher. Apparently, the Thirukkural has been composed for the humanity at large, not for propagating any religion, nor in the praise of any individual.,p> The Thirukkural has three parts-Aram, Porul and Imbam, i.e. virtue, Wealth and Love.

The first part with the aspects of ‘Virtue’- the moral values of life. Topics discussed in this part include Importance of Virtue, Domestic Life, Hospitality, Being Grateful, Impartilaity, Self Restraint, Being Righteous ,Patience, Shunning envy, Fear of Evil Deeds, Charity, Fame, Consistency, Truthfulness Renunciation and Overcoming Desires.

The second part deals with ‘Wealth’-not only about material wealth, but also about other wealths such as Education, Wisdom, etc. A good part of this book is also on statecraft. In this part topics such as Wisdom, Greatness of a Ruler, Listening to the Learned, Assessing the strength. Assessing Time, Selection and Employment, Right scepter, Cruel Sceptre, Being Benign, role of Ministers and Detectives, Power of speech, Purity of Action, Friendship, etc. have been discussed.

The third part is on ‘Love’ where one can learn many aspects of love and affection. Subjects dealt in this part include Understanding the sign, enjoying the union, praising the beauty, pain of separation, Anxiety of the eyes, Pain of solitude, Yearning to meet, Longing for union, pleasure of sulking.

 

Contents

 

Thirukkural & Thiruvalluvar iii-iv
Publisher's Note v-vi
Tamil Letters & Sounds vii-xi
Virtue 1-192
In Praise of God 3
Glory of the Rain 8
Greatness of Ascetics 13
On the Iprotance of Virtue 18
Domestic Life 23
Life companion 28
Wealth of Children 33
Possession of Love 38
Hospitality 43
Speaking Sweetly 48
Being Grateful 53
Impartiality 58
Sef Restraint 63
Being Righteous 68
Not Lusting Another's Wife 73
Patience 78
Shunning Envy 83
Not Coveting 88
shunning Backbiting 93
shunning from vain Words 98
Fear of Evil Deeds 103
Rendering Help 108
Charity 113
Fame 118
Possession of Benevolence 123
Renunciation of Meat 128
Penance 133
Inconsistent Coduct 138
Absence of Fraud 143
Truthfulness 148
Overcoming Wrath 153
Refraining from Hurting 158
Not killing 163
Impermanence 168
Renunciation 173
True knowledge 178
Overcoming Desires 183
Fate 188
Wealth 193-544
Greatness of the Urler 195
Educatiion 200
Not Learing 205
Listening 210
wisdom 215
Correction of Faults 220
Seeking the Help of Elders 225
Avoiding Mean Company 230
Evaluated Action 235
Assessing the Strength 240
Assessing time 245
Assessing the Place 250
Confiding After Selesction 255
Selection and Employment 260
Cherishing the Relatives 265
Not Being Forgetful 270
Right Sceptre 280
Cruel Sceptre 285
Abstaining from Terrorism 290
Being Benign 295
Detectives 300
Being Energetic 305
Free from Sluggishenss 310
In praise of Striving 315
Fortitude 320
Ministers 325
Power of Speech 330
Purity of Action 335
Power of Action 340
Mode of Execution 345
Envory 350
Moving with the Ruler 355
Understanding Indications 360
Understanding the Assembly Not Dreading the Assembly 365
The Conutry 370
Fort 375
Accumulating Wealth 380
Excellence of Army 385
Martial Spirit 390
Friendship 395
Scrutiny of Friendship 400
Familiarity 405
Evil friendship 410
Unreal Friendship 415
Foolishness 420
Ignorance 425
Hostitlity 430
Might of Hatred 435
Analysing Hatred 440
Internal Enemies 445
Not Offending the Virtuous 450
Beiong Led by women 460
Prostitutes 465
Abstaining from Liquor 470
Gambling 475
Medicine 480
Citixenship 485
Honour 490
Greatness 495
perfectness 500
Courtesy 505
Unused Wealth 510
Sense of Shame 515
Maintaining Family Agriculture 520
Poverty 525
Begging 530
Avoiding Begging 535
Meanness 540
Love 545-671
Pain from the Beauty 547
Understanding the Signs 552
Enjoying the Union 55
Praising the Beauty 562
Reiterating Love 567
Crossing Bashfulness 572
Gossiping 577
Pain of Separation 582
Pining (Loss of health) 587
Anxiety of the Eyes 592
parting pain that pales 597
Pain of Solitude 602
Painful Recollection 607
Narrating the Dreams 512
Pain of the Evening 617
Loss of Beauty 622
Addressing the Heart 627
Getting Exposed 632
yearning to meet 637
Indicating through sings 642
Longing for Union 647
Complaints Against the Heart 652
Sulking Intricate Sulking 657
Intricate Sulking 662
Pleasure of Sulking 667
Refernces 673

Sample Pages





















Post a Comment
 
Post Review
Post a Query
For privacy concerns, please view our Privacy Policy

Related Items

Thirukkural (Pearls of Inspiration)
by M. Rajaram
Hardcover (Edition: 2014)
Black Kite and Rupa and Co.
Item Code: NAH001
$35.00$28.00
You save: $7.00 (20%)
Add to Cart
Buy Now
Readings From Thirukkural
by G.N. Das
Hardcover (Edition: 1997)
Abhinav Publications
Item Code: IDH158
$12.00$9.60
You save: $2.40 (20%)
Add to Cart
Buy Now
Thirukkural and 81 Qualities of Krishna (Part I Arathuppal)
Item Code: NAJ201
$15.00$12.00
You save: $3.00 (20%)
Add to Cart
Buy Now
Thirukkural
Hardcover
Richa Prakashan
Item Code: NAC297
$30.00$24.00
You save: $6.00 (20%)
Add to Cart
Buy Now
My Story (Namakkal Kavignar)
by Shashikala Raja
Paperback (Edition: 2009)
Sahitya Akademi
Item Code: NAE566
$20.00$16.00
You save: $4.00 (20%)
Add to Cart
Buy Now
The Classical Age of The Tamils
by M. Arokiaswami
Paperback (Edition: 2011)
University of Madras
Item Code: NAK315
$20.00$16.00
You save: $4.00 (20%)
Add to Cart
Buy Now
Manimekalai (An Old and Rare Book)
Item Code: NAM434
$20.00$16.00
You save: $4.00 (20%)
Add to Cart
Buy Now
Love Stands Alone (Selection From Tamil Sangam Poetry)
Item Code: NAF145
$25.00$20.00
You save: $5.00 (20%)
SOLD

Testimonials

Very grateful for this service, of making this precious treasure of Haveli Sangeet for ThakurJi so easily in the US. Appreciate the fact that notation is provided.
Leena, USA.
The Bhairava painting I ordered by Sri Kailash Raj is excellent. I have been purchasing from Exotic India for well over a decade and am always beyond delighted with my extraordinary purchases and customer service. Thank you.
Marc, UK
I have been buying from Exotic India for years and am always pleased and excited to receive my packages. Thanks for the quality products.
Delia, USA
As ever, brilliant price and service.
Howard, UK.
The best and fastest service worldwide - I am in Australia and I put in a big order of books (14 items) on a Wednesday; it was sent on Friday and arrived at my doorstep early on Monday morning - amazing! All very securely packed in a very strong cardboard box. I have bought several times from Exotic India and the service is always exceptionally good. THANK YOU and NAMASTE!
Charles (Rudra)
I just wanted to say that this is I think my 3rd (big) order from you, and the last two times I received immaculate service, the books arrived well and it has been a very pleasant experience. Just wanted to say thanks for your efficient service.
Shantala, Belgium
Thank you so much EXOTIC INDIA for the wonderfull packaging!! I received my order today and it was gift wrapped with so much love and taste in a beautiful golden gift wrap and everything was neat and beautifully packed. Also my order came very fast... i am impressed! Besides selling fantastic items, you provide an exceptional customer service and i will surely purchase again from you! I am very glad and happy :) Thank you, Salma
Salma, Canada.
Artwork received today. Very pleased both with the product quality and speed of delivery. Many thanks for your help.
Carl, UK.
I wanted to let you know how happy we are with our framed pieces of Shree Durga and Shree Kali. Thank you and thank your framers for us. By the way, this month we offered a Puja and Yagna to the Ardhanarishwara murti we purchased from you last November. The Brahmin priest, Shree Vivek Godbol, who was visiting LA preformed the rites. He really loved our murti and thought it very paka. I am so happy to have found your site , it is very paka and trustworthy. Plus such great packing and quick shipping. Thanks for your service Vipin, it is a pleasure.
Gina, USA
My marble statue of Durga arrived today in perfect condition, it's such a beautiful statue. Thanks again for giving me a discount on it, I'm always very pleased with the items I order from you. You always have the best quality items.
Charles, Tennessee
TRUSTe
Language:
Currency:
All rights reserved. Copyright 2017 © Exotic India