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The house of groaning shelves
There's pin-drop silence. The gentle whirr of a fan, the rustle of paper, and the thud of a dropped book often cracks it. Unlike in school libraries, there are no 'shushers'.
Smelling lemongrass
tiruchi today
Govindammal Tamil Mandram: N. Arulsamy speaks on Silapathikaram, Pappammal Anna Chathram, Draupadi Amman Kovil Street, Keezha Chinthamani, 6.30 p.
Chennai today
Thirukural and Silapathikaram: K. Venkatesan, Kanchi Shri Krishna College of Arts and Science, Kilambi, Kanchipuram, 11 a.m..
Understanding Kannagi and her credo
Under the umbrella of Srishti Madurai, like-minded students have come together to form 'Kannagi Study Circle', through which they aim to understand the various philosophies connected to the fable and the literary work of Silapathikaram.

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