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His disillusionment with the political environment was painful. Mahatma Gandhi's ascendance in the national struggle advocating non-violence, passive non-cooperation and the notion of Satyagraha along with the eclipse of the popularity of Bharathi's idol Tilak in the oncoming struggle against the Rowlatt Act further demoralized him.

Similar ideas were cropping up in his close friend V. The use of opium had increased enormously as V. Bharathi came along with Kullasamy the Samiyar to Madras and V. There was no lustre in his eyes and no freshness in his face. His speech was also a little strange. He realized then that this electuary opium was the reason for the changes in the body and the decrepit appearance of his friend. Another great friend and co-patriot Mandayam Sreenivasacharya also noted these disturbing features and the fast-deteriorating physical health of Bharathi during the last 3 years before his death.

Another reliable biographer of Bharathi, Va. Bharathi's financial condition was in tatters and he appealed to the Raja of Ettayapuram for help. Why am I born in this poor country?

When Bharathi entered the enclosure, the enraged animal took him in his trunk and threw him under it. An emboldened admirer immediately brought him out and his wounds were dressed.

The greatly shocked poet recovered from his wounds and suffered a serious dysenteric attack, but he refused to take medication and died on the 21st of September A few friends in the locality arranged the funeral. It is to be regretted that none of the politicians who became famous in subsequent times of free India paid their last respects to the greatest patriot poet of the 20th century Tamil Nadu.

Poet Bharathi, touched with fire

It is a matter of conjecture that the poor physical health and deep depression brought about by the intemperate use of opium led to this seemingly irrational behavior and untimely death.

Raw opium and its medical preparations were abused extensively, compelling the British Government of India to enact legislations such as the Opium Act of , the Opium Act of and the Dangerous Drugs Act of According to the Indian survey, there were 3 million opioid addicts in the country. It is sad to recall that the famous Nagaswaram Vidvan Rajaratnam Pillai who ushered in the freedom of India with his magical notes on the midnight of the 15th of August also died prematurely due to his alcoholism.

There are too many similar examples that need not be recounted here. It is high time that the public should take notice of such negative lifestyles in creative artists who should be advised appropriately. This is probably an unfulfilled vision of mine! Notes The greatness of poet Bharathi was not adequately recognized during his lifetime.

The value of his role as a freedom fighter and that of his contributions to the Tamil literature have grown enormously in the decades since Independence. The use of drugs by him has not been documented properly. The eyewitness accounts of his contemporaries, fellow freedom fighters and true admirers — all written in Tamil V. Pillai, V.

Ramaswamy popularly known as Va. There is also a short biography by Bharathi's wife, Chellamma Bharathi. The Siddha preparation for rejuvenation, Puranathi lehiyam, is an ancient preparation attributed to the sage Agasthiyar, the traditional founder of the Siddha system of medicine. It contains marked amounts of cannabis, nutmeg and poppy seed. Ratnasamy, Professor of English, V. Virudhunagar, for translating the lyrics and biographical excerpts.

Footnotes Conflict of Interest: None declared. Somasundaram O. The seeds of creativity and the soil of poet Kannadasan. Indian J Psychiatry. Pethidine-dependent Physicians. J Indian Med Assoc. Agenda for specialty section in addiction medicine. Venkatesan J, Suresh SS. Substance dependence: Decades apart in a teaching hospital. An epidemiological study of drug abuse in urban population of Madhya Pradesh.

Jamison KR. Kalki Krishnamurthy — serialised his short stories and novels in Ananda Vikatan and eventually started his own weekly Kalki for which he wrote the enduringly popular novels Parthiban Kanavu , Sivagamiyin Sabadham and Ponniyin Selvan.

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Pudhumaipithan — was a great writer of short stories and provided the inspiration for a number of authors who followed him. The 'new poetry or pudukkavithai pioneered by Bharathi in his prose-poetry was further developed by the literary periodicals manikkodi and ezhuttu edited by Si Su Chellappa.

Poets such as Mu Metha contributed to these periodicals. The pioneering fortnightly journal Samarasam was established in to highlight and cater to the ethnic Tamil Muslim community's issues. Another remarkable work was done in Tamil novel field by Mu. And last but not least Akilan the unique Tamil novelist, short story writer and a social activist is famous for his works like 'Chithirapavai' 'Vengayinmaindan' 'Pavaivilaku'. The increasing demand of the literate public caused a number of journals and periodicals to be published and these in turn provided a platform for authors to publish their work.

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The first regular newspaper in Tamil was Swadesamitran in , started by G. He created a whole new Tamil political vocabulary. He was conscious that those with a knowledge of English are a small number and those with a knowledge of Indian languages the vast majority.

He felt that unless our people were told about the objectives of British rule and its merits and defects in the Indian languages, our political knowledge would never develop.

The following points are often focused on modern poetry:

In , the first Tamil daily. It was to enjoy this status for 17 years. Subramania Aiyer's "pugnacious style, never qualifying words to soften the sharp tenor of a sentence," his use of words "dipped in a paste of extra pungent green chillies," made the Swadesamitran sought by Tamils wherever they lived in the world.

And the daily became even more popular when Subramania Bharati joined it in The next year, when Lala Lajpat Rai was arrested and agitation followed in the Punjab, Subramania Aiyer's attitude to the British changed and he became a trenchant political critic of the Raj.

It had the most comprehensive budget of news among all the regional language papers of that time. In , Desabhaktan, another Tamil daily began with T.

Kalyansundara Menon as editor.

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He was succeeded by V. Iyer, a colleague of the Savarkar brothers. These two editors were scholars with a natural, highly readable but polished style of writing.

The freedom movement and the advent of Gandhi also impacted Tamil journalism. Navasakthi, a Tamil periodical edited by Tamil scholar and freedom fighter V. Rajagopalachari began Vimochanam, a Tamil journal devoted to propagating prohibition at the Gandhi Ashram in Tiruchengode in Salem district.

In , P. Varadarajulu Naidu , who was conducting a Tamil news-cum-views weekly 'Tamil Nadu' started a daily with the same name. Its forceful and colloquial style gained it a wide readership but after the paper failed to take sides with the Civil Disobedience Movement, the Congress Party decided to bring out a new Tamil daily — India, edited by renowned poet Subramania Bharati. India showed great promise but could not establish itself financially, and folded up soon after Bharati was exiled to Pondicherry.

All these papers were published from Madras. It closed in as the price could not sustain even its postage. In September , S. Chockalingam as editor.

It was priced at 6 pies, contained bright features and was fearlessly critical. It was highly successful and its circulation eclipsed the total circulation of all other Tamil dailies.

Soon 'India' was incorporated into Dinamani. Dinamani made a studied and conscious effort to make the contents of a newspaper intelligible even to the newly literate. In , Viduthalai was begun, but it was more of a views-paper than a newspaper.

The Non-Brahman Movement also gave an impetus to Tamil journalism. Newspapers like the Bharat Devi were strong supporters of this movement. Many magazines began in Tamil Nadu during the s and '30s. It is still running successfully after 80 years and the Vikatan group today also publishes Chutti Vikatan, Junior Vikatan, Motor Vikatan and other special interest magazines.

Krishnamurthy serialised his short stories and novels in Ananda Vikatan and eventually started his own weekly Kalki.

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The name Kalki denotes the impending tenth Avatar of Lord Vishnu in the Hindu religion, who it is said, will bring to an end the Kali Yuga and reinstate Dharma or righteousness among the worldly beings. He used the name because he wanted to bring about liberation of India.

It was founded by S. Adithanar, a lawyer trained in Britain.

He aimed to bring out a newspaper that ordinary people would read, and which would encourage a reading habit even among the newly literate. In the past, the daily newspaper which was printed in Madras reached the southern Tamil region after at least one day.

Thanthi used the public bus system to distribute the paper throughout the south Tamil region and capitalized on the hunger for war news that arose after Singapore fell to the Japanese. Due to financial constraints, its Salem and Tiruchirappalli editions had to be closed down for a while. Thanthi emphasized local news, especially crime and the courts. It used photographs extensively and brought banner headlines to Tamil journalism.

It could fit one story on an entire broadsheet page, mainly filled with large easy-to-read headlines. One of its biggest scoops was the murder of the editor of a scandalous film magazine by two actors. Thanthi covered the trial in Madras in detail, and its reporters phoned the daily account to the printing centre in Madurai.

The paper was popular and it was said that Tamils learned to read in order to read the newspaper. Dina Thanthi became one of the largest Tamil language dailies by circulation within a few years; it has been a leading Tamil daily since the s. It has today 14 editions. It is the highest circulated Tamil daily in Bangalore and Pondicherry.

The model question papers of all the subjects of Standard 10 and 12 are provided with answers along with the question papers of board exams that are conducted previous year.It is simply and solely affection devoted to a person, and not belief in a system. In their values and stances, they represent a mature classical poetry: passion is balanced by courtesy, transparency by ironies and nuances of design, impersonality by vivid detail, leanness of line by richness of implication.

Here we will look a little into the kinds of Sumerian poetry and look again on the Tamil works together with a view on the grammar Tolkappiyam. Manvalan also produces a chart which helps to understand the caste and professional affiliation of the 63 Nayanmars and the 12 Vaishnavite Alwars which reflects the confluence of the mass that constituted the Bhakti Movement That is to say it is a movement of literature.