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Thirumanthiram


MarkspacerSacred Books of Saivism

MarkspacerThe Siddhas and siddhis

MarkspacerThirumular, Life History

MarkspacerThirumantram Preface

MarkspacerMythology in Thirumantiram

MarkspacerOm Namasivaya

MarkspacerThirumantram, an outlook

MarkspacerThirumular Pranayamam

MarkspacerAgamic Psychology

MarkspacerTantric Guidance

MarkspacerThirumantram


Thirukkural
MarkspacerVirtue

MarkspacerWealth

MarkspacerKamam

MarkspacerSearch by Kural No


PART I. VIRTUE
Markspacer1. The Praise of God

Markspacer2. The Excellence of Rain

Markspacer3. The Greatness of
spacerAscetics


Markspacer4. Assertion of the Strength
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Domestic Virtue
Markspacer5. Domestic Life

Markspacer6. The Goodness of the Help
spacerto Domestic Life


Markspacer7. The Obtaining of Sons

Markspacer8. The Possession of Love

Markspacer9. Cherishing Guests

Markspacer10. The Utterance of
spacerPleasant Words


Markspacer11. The Knowledge of
spacerBenefits Conferred:
spacerGratitude


Markspacer12. Impartiality

Markspacer13. The Possession of Self-
spacerrestraint


Markspacer14. The Possession of
spacerDecorum


Markspacer15. Not coveting another's
spacerWife


Markspacer16. The Possession of
spacerPatience, Forbearance


Markspacer17. Not Envying

Markspacer18. Not Coveting

Markspacer19. Not Backbiting

Markspacer20. The Not Speaking
spacerProfitless Words


Markspacer21. Dread of Evil Deeds

Markspacer22. The knowledge of what
spaceris Befitting a Man's
spacerPosition


Markspacer23. Giving

Markspacer24. Renown

Ascetic Virtue
Markspacer25. The Possession of
spacerBenevolence


Markspacer26. The Renunciation of
spacerFlesh


Markspacer27. Penance

Markspacer28. Inconsistent Conduct

Markspacer29. The Absence of Fraud

Markspacer30. Veracity

Markspacer31. The not being Angry

Markspacer32. Not doing Evil

Markspacer33. Not killing

Markspacer34. Instability

Markspacer35. Renunciation

Markspacer36. Knowledge of the True

Markspacer37. The Extirpation of
spacerDesire


Fate
Markspacer38. Fate


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Thirukkural

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Title

Feigned Anger

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Kural NumberKural
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1311You are given to prostitution; all those who are born as womankind enjoy
you with their eyes in an ordinary way. I will not embrace you.
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1312When I continued to be sulky he sneezed and thought
I would (then) wish him a long life.
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1313Even if I were adorned with a garland of branch-flowers,
she would say I did so to show it to another woman.
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1314When I said I loved her more than any other woman,
she said "more than others, yes, more than others," and remained sulky.
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1315When I said I would never part from her in this life
her eyes were filled with tears.
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1316When I said I had remembered her,
she said I had forgotten her and relaxing her embrace, began to feign dislike.
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1317When I sneezed she blessed me, but at once changed (her mind) and wept, asking, "At the thought of whom did you sneeze?"
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1318When I suppressed my sneezing, she wept saying, "I suppose you (did so) to hide from me your own people's remembrance of you".
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1319Even when I try to remove her dislike, she is displeased and says,
"This is the way you behave towards (other women)."
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1320Even when I look on her contemplating (her beauty),
she is displeased and says, "With whose thought have you (thus) looked on my person?"
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Namasivayam


Significance of Siva

The Trident and the Snakes

The Ganges

Siva and his family

Symbolisim

Siva and His Titles

Siva and Tantra

Aspects of Lord Siva

Siva Murthy

Siva As Nataraja

Dakshinamurthy

Siva Pariwar

Famous Saints of Saivism

Samkara and Shankara

Shankara, the destroyer

Siva and the NayanMars

Naraayaneeyam


Significance of Narayana

Symbols of Vishnu

Garuda and Adisesha

The Ideal King and Ideal Man

Lord Krishna

Concept of Avatars

Matsya & Kurma

Varaha Avatar

Narashima Avatar

Vamana & Parusurama

Rama & Krishna

Buddha & Kalki

Mother of Universe


Devi: The Great Goddess

Devi, The Creator

Parvati, Durga & Sakthi

Lakshmi, Goddess of Wealth

Saraswati, Vidya Devi

The beloved Gods


Ganesh

Skanda

Aiyyappa

Anjaneya