Manimegalai from Psychological View
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Manimegalai is one of the five major epic in Tamil literature and one among of the Irattai kappiyams. Although the purpose of this work is to highlight the Buddhist religious ideas. In addition Manimegalai also conveys humanity, compassion for life, maintenance of common welfare. Through the chara6 Manimegalai the author illustrates the meaning of preserving the commonality, humanity and reaching for the boundless simplicity of the past. This article is based on the psychological background of knowing that how Manimegalai travels beyond the home when the society in that period restrict women to go out and women had very less opportunities to engage in public charity.
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