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Vol. 3 No. S-2 (2021): Volume 3, Issue S-2, Year 2021
Articles

Murugan myth - Morality stands and lives long - Religion and religious norms

Manivasagam K
School of Tamil Studies, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai-625021, Tamil Nadu, India

Published 2021-04-30

Keywords

  • Human dialectics,
  • Thirumurukaattupadai,
  • Aryan culture,
  • Human psychology

How to Cite

K, M. (2021). Murugan myth - Morality stands and lives long - Religion and religious norms. International Research Journal of Tamil, 3(S-2), 66-71. https://doi.org/10.34256/irjt21s213

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Abstract

Ideological forms have been one of the cultural forms of human dialectics. When ideologies were designed to develop human psychology, all the functional forms of human movement were formed with the focus of the ideology. In that respect, the ideological invasion and its cult ivory have been carried out all over the world. In the broad era, vedic cultural creations and ideologies dominated the ideological forms of the landscape or the aboriginal peoples. They were also built up as the first and the highest. The arrival of aryans and the spread of Aryan culture led to the creation of many myths in the form of a number of north Indian gods with Muruga. The myths of murugan's birth were created. Thirumurukaattupadai mentions many myths. All these myths are related to murugan myths and are made to speak the specialities of Muruga. It is not the Tamil tradition to build myths and worship myths as gods. Yet myths were widely distributed in Tamil nadu and myths were accepted by the Tamil people as worship gods.

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