The Cultural Dialectics of the Devotional Movement in Tamil Religion
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Religion is a reflection of the cultural backgrounds of human history. It is only natural that changes in the religious traditions and culture of a community can change when a particular society changes. The 6th-7th century CE is of great importance for the history of Tamil Nadu. This is a period in which the Tamil community has undergone many changes in the political, cultural and economic fundamentals. Samana, Buddhism, Vegetarianism, Vaishnava, Vedas.
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