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Kulasekhara




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Hindu Books > Culture Course > Culture Course - Vol - X > Kulasekhara

Kulasekhara Page1

The Alwars, as you have read, were the poet-saints of Tamil Nadu who lived thousands of years ago.

They were devoted to God Vishnu.

They were wise seers whose poems wield even today a great influence on religious minds.

These Alwars carne from different walks of life and from different parts of Tamil Nadu.

Nammalvar was a non-brahmin, Tirumangai was a robber, Periyalwar a brahmin and Kulasekhara was a prince.

One of them Andal was a woman as you have just seen.

Their common bond was the love of Vishnu.

Author - Dharamsey M. Khatau




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