The Epic Characteristics of H.A. Krishnapillai's in the Journey of Salvation – A Comparison
- H.A. Krishnapillai,
- John Samuel,
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Whatever the period in which literature originated, it must reflect the present-day character of the reader in that period. The life of Lord Jesus and the human qualities of Rama, at any time and today, teach living human beings the ethics of life. Therefore, the characteristics of the leader are compared in the two epics, Rakshanya Yatrikam and Kambaramayana. The purpose of this article is to compare the character of Rama with that of the Lord Jesus. "Comparison is a human being's innate quality," says Dr. G. John Samuel. Therefore, this article is organized according to a method of comparison that is integral to the thinking of a man's life. The comparative study requires a social outlook, multilingualism, and a compelling critical aim. The purpose of the article is to set up that category as well. The work done by Europeans for Tamil is also significant in the history of India. All Europeans were proficient in Latin, Tamil, Telugu, French, and English. The purpose of this article is to present the epic philosophies of the Tamils, who were equally erudite.
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