- His intimate understanding of Tamil texts enabled him to translate the immortal Tamil works—Silapathikaram and Tirukurral into English.
- India's National Newspaper. Printed at Madras. Coimbatore.
- The Khushboo Case File:
- Aasaithambi is not just the name of Ilango, the poet-author of Silapathikaram, but also the name of a leading DMK figure at that time.
- Chitra Pournami or Chitirai Purnima is a Tamil ceremony observed
- May 8, 2009 Silapathikaram. The temple is around 2000-years-old and remains closed for the entire year except for Chithra Pournami Festival.
- WORKSHOP ON VILLUPATTU
- Silapathikaram, Thaivachilayar's 'Virali Vidu Thoodhu' and Kavimani Desika. Vinayagam Pillai's 'Marumakkal Vazhi Manmium' have references to Villupaattu.
- Tourism & Industrial Anna Centenary Trade Fair 2009
- 'Silapathikaram' (a great Tamil epic) depict a number of places which have tourism potential in Tamil Nadu. Thiru N.
- Devoted to art
- For this, she delved deep into ancient treatises such as 'Silapathikaram,' 'Manimekhala,' 'Dasakumaracharitam,' 'Natyasastra' and 'Hasthalakshanadeepika.
- Silappatikaram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The movie Poompuhar, penned by 'Kalaignar' M. Karunanidhi is also based on Silapathikaram.
- Silapathikaram - Madurai - www.madurai.com
- Silapathikaram is one of the five great epics written in Tamil language. This Master-piece was written by "Elangovadigal".
- Kannagi - Kovalan - Silapathikaram a story by Ilango Adigalar
- Dec 24, 2010 Silapathikaram is an excellent Tamil epic written between 200 - 300 AD by Ilango Adigal, the son of a Chera King.
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