The linguistic personality of the poet Vali through Krishna Vijayam
- Krishna Vijayam,
- Theerata vilaiyattup pillai,
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Epics and Puranas are the most prominent elements of the language that show case the importance and importance of a language. These are the mirrors of time, and there are numerous epic stories. The legends of these legends, which have been written and written from time to time, are known to the stories and philosophies of literary taste. The purpose of this article is to explain the linguistic character of the poet Theerata viḷaiyattup pillai in the first part of the book Krishna Vijayam, written by the poet Vaali, with Krishna, the head of Villiparatham, the epic hero. Vaali, who has written over ten thousand film music albums, has made several achievements in the field of cinema but has also contributed to tamil films. His poetry, which had its own place in the history of Tamil poetry, has its own significance.
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