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Thirukkural - archives
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Adhigaram
Kural Enn
Thirukkural
15
Periyaarai Thunai Kollal
1001
Aran Arinthu Mootha Arivudaiyaar
14
Porai Udaimai
614
Thuranthaarin Thooimai Udaiyar
13
Aazhvinai Udaimai
209
Deivathaan Aggatheninum
12
Adakkam udaimai
595
Serivu Arinthu
11
Anbudamai
124
Anbu Eenum Aarvamudamai
10
Natppu
492
Azhivin Avai Neekki
9
Kobam
735
Thannai Thaan Kaakin
8
Inna Seiyamai
697
Karuthu Inna
7
Idukkan Azhiyaamai
211
Idukkan Varungaal Nagugah
6
Saandranmai
1229
Oozhi peyarinum
5
Vinaithitpam
1148
Kalangaathu Kanda Vinai Kann
4
Marunthu
727
Maarupaadu Illatha Undi
3
Thunbathil Thalaraathiruthal
213
Idumbaikku Idumbai Paduppar
2
Iniyavai Kooral
146
Allavai Theya Aram perugum
1
Avaa Aruthal
1310
Aara Iyakkai
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Thirukural is an important work of Tamil literature by Thiruvalluvar written in a poetic form called Kural
or couplets expounding various aspects of life.

While most scholars place him during 100-300 BCE, there are a few who consider him to have lived c.
30 BCE. Thirukural contains 1330 couplets divided into 133 chapters of 10 couplets each.
Each couplet consists of seven words, with four words on the first line and three on the second. It is
sometimes claimed that Thiruvalluvar wrote more than 1330 couplets, and that the rest of the work
has gone missing and also that some of the verses were later included in the compilation.
Special interview with
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Dec 30 2009

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