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Vol. 3 No. 4 (2021): Volume 3, Issue 4, Year 2021

Raising children in the Seevaga Sinthamani epic

Narmatha T
Department of Tamil, Periyar University, Salem-636011, Tamil Nadu, India.
Devanan R
Department of Tamil, Periyar University, Salem-636011, Tamil Nadu, India.

Published 2021-09-15


  • Raising children,
  • Sivagasindamani,
  • Parent-child relationship

How to Cite

T, N., & R, D. (2021). Raising children in the Seevaga Sinthamani epic. International Research Journal of Tamil, 3(4), 75-82.

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Man cannot live alone. You can only live dependent on relationships. Relationships play a major role in determining a person's development. Every relationship is subject to structure. With protocol. It can be divided into two types. One is family relationships. The other is social relations. In family relationships parents can have relationships like children, siblings, boyfriend girlfriend, husband wife. Social relationships include friends, teachers, students, acquaintances, and strangers. In this, selfless relationships are enduring. This can be seen in the community and family. The Kattunde family runs smoothly through the bond of love. Otherwise, the family would not be where it is today. Childbearing is considered important in family relationships. People considered a life without children to be a useless day. Children born into the world are recognized by their parents. Parents also act as if they have a duty to grow as a responsible person in the community. That is why it is so sweet. Compensation is unparalleled than other relationships. Inseparable. Bound in love. Participating in pleasures and pains. Many generations have passed. The parent-child relationship functions with such a variety of features. Various literatures record this. However, this article only explains the status of parent-child development in the parent-child relationship in the Sivagasindamani epic.


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