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Makkalin Deivangal Tamil Book Free 18

Makkalin Deivangal Tamil Book Free 18

Makkalin Deivangal (People's Gods) is a Tamil book written by Kalki Krishnamurthy, one of the most popular writers of Tamil literature. The book is a collection of 18 short stories that depict the lives and beliefs of different people in various regions of India. The stories are based on historical and mythological events, and explore the themes of faith, devotion, culture, and humanity.

The book was first published in 1947, and has been reprinted several times since then. It is considered as one of the classic works of Tamil literature, and has been translated into several languages. The book is also available as a free e-book on SlideServe and SoundCloud , where you can download or listen to it online.

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Some of the stories in the book are:

  • Kannagi - The story of Kannagi, the loyal wife who avenged her husband's death by burning the city of Madurai.

  • Nandanar - The story of Nandanar, the untouchable devotee who attained salvation by worshipping Lord Shiva.

  • Manimekalai - The story of Manimekalai, the Buddhist nun who renounced her royal lineage and dedicated her life to serving the poor and the sick.

  • Andal - The story of Andal, the poet-saint who composed the Thiruppavai and Nachiyar Tirumozhi, and married Lord Vishnu.

  • Sambandar - The story of Sambandar, the child prodigy who sang the Tevaram hymns and performed miracles with his devotion to Lord Shiva.

  • Ramanuja - The story of Ramanuja, the philosopher and reformer who propagated the Vishishtadvaita doctrine and established equality among all castes.

If you are interested in reading or listening to these stories, you can download or access the Makkalin Deivangal Tamil Book Free 18 from the links given below:

  • [SlideServe]

  • [SoundCloud]

  • [SoundCloud]


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