The theory of Theosophical Structure of Ilango Adigal
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The gods worshipped by the three kings of The Ilango Adigal period and the deities worshipped by various tribes and the rituals performed by them without any discrimination. Kannagi worship is an expression of the attempt to build or advance a common deity in the Tamil community, which is based on different theories and principles of Jainism, Buddhist and Vaideekam religions. The purpose of this article is to bring out the theory of the divine theory that the Ilango Adigal are trying to build from the beginning to the end of the Silappadikaram. The purpose of this article is to express the theory of the sculpture spearheaded by the Ilango Adigal by attempting to build kannagi as the deity of the entire Tamil Nadu, which is the alternative to Jainism, Buddhist and Vaideekam religions, but also created kannagi as an epic in tamil land (Worshipping Kannagi in Tamil Nadu as Mari worship in Tamil Nadu, Bhagwati worship in Kerala and Kannagai).
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