Ethics of women in archival literatures
- Thavathin Sirappu
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From the earliest times to this period, Tamil literature has been the primary source of literature. Archival literature is unique in the History of Tamil literature. The purpose of this article is to illustrate the ethics of women in these archival literatures. Through this article, we are aware of the fact that women have become the best in the world of morality and the need to promote feminism.
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- S. Sivagamasundari, (1972) Vallalar, Second Edition, Mercury Book Company, Coimbatore, India.
- Na. Kathiraver Pillai (2014), Thamizh Mozhi Agaradhi, Saratha Pathippagam, Namakkal – 637001, Tamil Nadu, India.
- Ilampuranar, (1982) Tholkapiyam Porulathikaram, The South India Saiva Siddhanta Works Publishing Sty Ltd, Chennai, India.
- Chithalai Saathanar, (1949) Manimegalai, Fourth Edition, Venus Printing Press, Chennai, India.
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