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A contemporary interpretation of Aathisoodi

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    • ஆத்திசூடி - Aathisoodi A contemporary interpretation – Palaniappan Vairam Sarathy http://karkanirka.org/
    • ஆத்திசூடி - Aathisoodi Part 1- Verse 1-13 http://karkanirka.org/
    • • • • அறஞ்செய விரும்பு http://karkanirka.org/ Sagayam’s father was a farmer and his mother a housewife. He was the youngest of five brothers and he studied at a Tamil-medium panchayat school. The family home overlooked a 50-acre mango grove. Playing with his friends one day under the trees, he’d found ripe fruits which had fallen from the tree, which the children collected and took home to their mothers. Sagayam’s mother was furious, she made him throw the fruit even when he protested that nobody had seen him and that everyone else had done the same thing. “Just because all the others are doing a wrong thing it does not become right,” she told him—a lesson that the adult Sagayam repeats like a mantra. Sagayam is now considered one of the most honest IAS officers. In his 20 years of service he has been transferred 19 times. He is the first IAS officer in the state to make his assets public - a bank balance of Rs 7,172 and a house in Madurai worth Rs 9 lakh. அறம் செய விரும்பு aram seiya virumbu Desire to do what is just/morally right
    • • • Yuvan and Selvaraghavan broke up their successful music director - director alliance in the film Aayirathil oruvan after their hits like Thulluvatho Ilamai, Puthupettai, Kathal konden After few years they patched up again and Selva tweeted "My next is with Rana Daggubati, a bilingual. And yes, music will be composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. Friends are back! Have fun!" ஆறுவது ெினம் http://karkanirka.org/ ஆறுவது ெினம் aaruvathu sinam Anger abates
    • • • Mr. R. Larencce in his childhood suffered from Brain Tumor and was paralyzed one side, and was victim of numerous diseases and suffered his childhood with pain. He knew what it is to experience pain, and he couldn’t get into regular schools and could study till 10th class. At that time, he decided to educate at least 10 deserving students and help physically challenged individuals in his life time. He transformed his home to a trust for this noble cause, and shifted to a rented apartment He provides medical assistance to the needy and any needy person can approach him for help. இயல்வது கரவவல் http://karkanirka.org/ இயல் வது கரவவல் iyalvathu karavel Do not conceal something you can offer
    • • • • • • ஈவது விலக்வகல் http://karkanirka.org/ P. Kalyanasundaram, is a gold medallist in library science, he is also an MA in literature and history. He worked for 35 years as a librarian in a College in Tuticorin district. He has also donated his body and eyes to the Tirunelveli Medical College. Ever since he got a job as a librarian in Tuticorin, he has contributed all his salary, pension benefits and ancestral property to social welfare. He contributed his pension fund to the Collector's Fund. He now heads an organization `Paalam‘ which serves as a bridge between donors and beneficiaries: it collects money and materials from those willing to donate and distribute them among the weaker sections. The International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, has honoured him as `one of the noblest of the world', while the United Nations Organisation adjudged him as one of the Outstanding People of the 20th Century'. An American organisation has also selected him as the `Man of the Millennium.‘ ஈவது விலக்வகல் eevathu vilagail Do not move away from giving charity
    • • • • உடையது விளம்வேல் http://karkanirka.org/ Chain snatching in Tamil Nadu mostly occurs due to the display of gold chain in the road by women. Flaunting of wealth attract income tax people resulting in Income tax raids. Always be careful in displaying your wealth. It might attract people and eventually result in loss of some kind. உடையது விளம்வேல் udaivathu vilampel do not publicize your belongings
    • Nicholas James "Nick" Vujicic was born with tetra-amelia syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by the absence of all four limbs. As a child, he struggled mentally and emotionally as well as physically, but eventually came to terms with his disability and, at the age of seventeen, started his own non-profit organization, Life Without Limbs. Vujicic presents motivational speeches worldwide, on life with a disability, hope and finding meaning in life. ஊக்கமது டகவிவைல் http://karkanirka.org/ ஊக்கமது டகவிவைல் ookammathu kaividel dont lose your conviction
    • Selling idli-dosa on the streets of Chennai would have been Sharad Babu's fate. That's what he did as a boy to keep the roof over a family that ran on Rs 20 a day, while his mother toiled so that he could go to a good school. Sharad Babu was good student he studied well and got into BITS , Pilani and later into IIM, Ahmedabad. After completing his management education in 2006, he started his venture "Food King Catering services Private Limited" with a capital of Rs 2000 to cater to banks, software companies and educational institutions. It is now located in 6 locations around India with a turnover of 8 crore. எண்செழுத் திகவேல் http://karkanirka.org/ எண் எழுத்து இகவேல் en ezhuthu igazhel do not despise numbers and letters (numerics and alphabets- maths and literature)
    • Tamil Nadu Government Distributed free TV to people as per their electoral promise. Since 2006, 15.3 million TV sets have been purchased to give away as freebies, costing taxpayers more than $773 million. A Farmer in Tamil Nadu returned his TV to his District collector and insisted he could take care of his entertainment and let the money spent on Free TV spent on providing basic amenities to people of Tamil Nadu. Subramaniam Balaji, a Chennai-based lawyer felt that everything gets sacrificed – education, hospitals, social security, infrastructure for the sake of Free TV and filed a petition to ban Free TV distribution with the election Commission. Finally in 2011 the election commission banned distribution of free TV. Do not accept anything which you have not earned. You will end up paying for it in some other way. ஏற்ே திகழ்ச்ெி http://karkanirka.org/ ஏற்ே திகழ்ச்ெி erpathu egazhchi It is a fault to accept(alms)
    • • • ஐய மிட்டுண் http://karkanirka.org/ Narayanan Krishnan ,an award-winning chef with a five-star hotel group, shortlisted for an elite job in Switzerland. Krishnan was visiting a temple in the south Indian city of Madurai in 2002 when he saw the man under a bridge eating his own excreta. Haunted by the image, Krishnan quit his job within the week and founded his nonprofit Akshaya Trust in 2003. ஐய மிட்டுண் iyam ittu un eat after you give alms
    • • Nattarasankottai, a nondescript village in this district, wore a festive look when hundreds of people thronged the Kannathal Temple for the ‘Sevvai Pongal,’ the annual Pongal festival celebrated on the first Tuesday of the Tamil month “Thai”. • Though community members are settled in different parts of the world, they converge annually at the village to celebrate the festival. • “Every year, we assemble in this temple as per our century-old tradition. This year, 895 families scattered across the globe have arrived,” said S.V. Ramasamy, a native of this village, now settled in Madurai. • Take effort to follow your customs and culture. ஒப்புர சவொழுகு http://karkanirka.org/ ஒப்புர சவொழுகு oppuravu olugu Know your customs/duties and act according to that
    • • • • • • • ஓதுவ சதொேிவயல் http://karkanirka.org/ Aravindhavalli, a resident of Triplicane was married when she was in class IX, and was part of a large, joint family. For many years she was completely immersed in daily chores. But with dedication she studied upto BA in Music. After death of her husband, whose wish was to make her wife a doctrate , she decided to purse her PhD. Aravindhavalli’s research is on the music of Thirumangai Alvar, the last of the 12 Alvar saints of south India. She completed her PhD at the age of 73 in 2013. Age is no bar for continuning education. Always keep reading to gain knowledge. ஓதுவ சதொேிவயல் oothuvathu oliyel never stop reading (learning)
    • • 33 year-old Suresh Kumar alias Appu Suresh hurled nitric acid on 23-year old Vinodhini here on the night of November 14. The girl, who was employed in a private firm in Chennai had come home for Deepavali as she rejected his love. • Having lost her vision in the attack, Vinodhini fought a 90-day vain battle at a private hospital in Chennai, until her system collapsed. • Tragedy struck the family of the Vinodhini again, when her mother Saraswathi committed suicide by consuming pesticide at Thirukadayur near here. Depression over her only daughter’s death was said to be the cause. • Suresh was sentenced to life and slapped a fine of Rs.1 lakh by the court, of which Rs.50,000 would be given as compensation to Vinodhini’s family. • Speaking or acting out of jealousy would cause harm to others and you. ஒளவியம் வேவெல் http://karkanirka.org/ ஒளவியம் வேவெல் avviyam pesel Dont speak jealous words
    • N.Appu alias Idayatullah (28) and his sibling Saffi alias Saffiyullah (25) were booked under the Prevention of Black Marketing and Maintenance of Essential Commodities Act 1980 as they were indulging in smuggling of PDS rice over a period of time. They were in the habit of diverting large quantity of PDS rice and transporting the commodity by trucks and containers to other States. As it was felt that their illegal activity would hamper the functioning of the PDS, they were detained under the provision to prevent black marketing. Black marketing, hoarding of grains causes shortage of food grains and high price of food grains making it less accessible for poor people and makes them suffer. அ ஃகஞ் சுருக்வகல் http://karkanirka.org/ அஃகஞ் சுருக்வகல் aggam surukel do not conceal grains