Sangam Lit

Sangam Lit

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Sangam Lit is an English podcast by Nandini Karky on 2000 year old classical Tamil poetry from the Sangam Era. Explore ancient lands and minds through these reflections. Travel to the past, connect to the present and gather lessons for the future. Get lit! In this episode, we observe a young man expressing his jubilant state of mind, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Kurunthogai 70, penned by Orampokiyaar. Set in the mountains of ‘Kurinji’, the verse speaks in the voice of the man to his heart, attempting to describe the lady’s nature, after his union with her.

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