Appreciation is a Personality of Aka Mantar's
- Sangam Literature,
- Agha Mantars,
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Appreciation is considered to be praise based on majority and it gives happiness. In terms of literature, this sermon has gone beyond the status of a speech, and has risen to the level of an advice, or a text of virtue, in which the Agha Mantars themselves instruct the Agha Mantars to perform beneficial virtues in times of theft and chastity. Moving the relationship between the husband and the wife from the field, preventing the separation of the hero to improve the love life. It also advices the husband to return as soon as possible after earning some material things for life. The separation of the hero in the middle of the relationship and the ability to effectively handle such essential situations are clearly explained well in this article. This article examines the importance of the unique personality.
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