Pengalum Samoogamum

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Pulavar (poetess) Kothai, born 03-Sep-1984 in Chennai, India, as Pramila Anthony Mary is the first poetess in the history of Tamil Literature to have written a Sangam Tamil Epic, "Potruhil." She has written 15 other works in different genres in English and Tamil. Her works are mostly based on her paranormal experiences. Her Birth name was Pramila Anthony Mary. Her legal name is "Kothai," the name of a Tamil Goddess. Her pen names were: Ann AriEl Wilson and Jannath Al-Firdhaws. She chooses to stay away from the limelight. Kindly check onto for the poet's biography and other literary works.

Pengalum Samoogamum

Authored by Pulavar Kothai
Edition: 2

Pengalum Samoogamum is a minor research project by Pulavar Kothai, the the first poetess in history to have written "Potruhil," a Perumkaappiyam (Greater Epic) in the Sangam Tamil language. Her works are considered by scholars as a renaissance of Sangam Tamil Literature of the ancient Gondwana or Lemuria continent.

Publication Date:
1548947164 / 9781548947163
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Social Science / Feminism & Feminist Theory

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