Hanuman’s Characteristics among the characters of Kambar
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Kambar was a star of Tamil Literature Ramayanam Written by Valmiki was translated from Sanskrit Languages to Tamil by the great Poet Kambar. Eventhough is was a translated one, it seems to be a new epic written on his own with some added flavours that is why Ramayana was called to the Kambaramayanam along with the name of the poet which has been a fame till to day. Hanuman the son of Vayu is one of the unparalled fables created by kamber in the Kambaramayanam. In the Myth stories characters plays a vital role the characters are being seen as the one who give life to the story. According to S. Balachandran, “Each and every word spoken by the character has to show the special characteristics of the character”. This article Hanuman is shown as a connectivity bridge between the character, the one who has good characteristics, the one who with good speaking skills and the one who gave life and emotions to the story.
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