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  1. Sangam literature

    The Sangam literature ( Tamil: சங்க இலக்கியம், caṅka ilakkiyam) historically known as 'the poetry of the noble ones' ( Tamil: சான்றோர் செய்யுள், Cāṉṟōr ceyyuḷ) [1] connotes the ancient Tamil literature and is the earliest known literature of South India.

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    The Tolkappiyam, a book of grammar and rhetoric, and eight anthologies ( Ettuttokai) of poetry were compiled— Ainkurunuru, Kuruntokai, Narrinai, Akananuru, Kalittokai, Patirruppattu, Purananuru, and Paripatal. A ninth anthology, Pattupattu, consists of 10 idylls that present a picture of early Tamil life.

  3. Sangam Literature, History, Major Works & Significance

    Sangam Literature, also known as "the poetry of the noble ones," refers to the ancient Tamil language and is the earliest known literature from South India. The oldest available Tamil literature is Sangam literature. The Sangam Period is roughly between 300 BC and 300 AD, with the majority of the work produced between 100 CE and 250 CE.

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    Madurai Kapadapuram Thenmadurai Note: All the works of the first two Sangams except Tolkappiyam (2nd Sangam work) are lost. Only the works of the third Sangam survives. Sangam Literature - Tolkappiyam Composed by Tolkappiyar. Oldest extant Tamil work till date. Dated between 4th and 5th century CE.

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    The Sangam literature includes Tolkappiyam, Ettutogai, Pattuppattu, Pathinenkilkanakku, and two epics named - Silappathikaram and Manimegalai . Tolkappiyam was authored by Tolkappiyar and is considered the earliest of Tamil literary work.

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    The Sangam literature is thought to have been produced in three Sangam academies of each period. The evidence on the early history of the Tamil kingdoms consists of the epigraphs of the region, the Sangam literature, and archaeological data.

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    Here are some of the most important works of Sangam literature: Tolkappiyam: This is a treatise on Tamil grammar and poetics. It is considered to be the earliest extant work of Tamil literature. Ettuttogai: This is an anthology of 1,000 poems. It is divided into eight anthologies, each of which is dedicated to a particular theme.

  8. Sangam Age

    The Sangam period or age, particularly referring to the third Sangam period, is the period of history of ancient Tamil Nadu, Kerala and parts of Sri Lanka (then known as Tamilakam ), spanning from c. 6th century BCE to c. 3rd century CE . It was named after the famous Sangam academies of poets and scholars centred in the city of

  9. The sangam age

    The Sangam age constitutes an important chapter in the history of South India. Towards the end of the first millennium BCE, history of South India moved from pre-history to history. Literary Ashokan records reflected contemporary events. The advent of the early historic period in South India is generally dated to the 3rd Century BCE.

  10. Sangam Literature: These Tantalizing Tales Offer a Window into Ancient

    The word 'sangam' is derived from the Sanskrit word 'sangha', which may be translated to mean 'a group of persons', or 'an association'. As a matter of fact, the 'sangam' in Sangam literature is a reference to the literary academies (in particular the third one) that produced these works. It is believed that there were three ...

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    Aham and Puram Concept The use of the poetic form is an important aspect of Sangam literature. Tholkappiyam, an ancient Tamil treatise, divides poetry into two categories: Aham and Puram. These two are related in the sense that they are the polar opposites of each other while also complementing each other. Agattiyam (Akattiyam)

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    Which are the main books? Scroll down the page to learn more about Sangam literature. Sangam literature is the name given to the earliest readable Tamil literature. While the majority of the work is believed to have been produced between 100 CE and 250 CE, the Sangam period is roughly between 300 BC and 300 AD. Table of Contents Sangam Literature

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    Pattuppattu Pathinenkilkanakku Sangam Literature - Significance Conclusion FAQs MCQs Sangam Literature 'Sangam' literally means 'association.' It refers to a group of Tamil poets who flourished in ancient southern India.

  14. Sangam Literature of the Ancient Kingdoms of South India

    Sangam Literature of the Ancient Kingdoms of South India Article shared by: It was the common belief that the original inhabitants of India were the Dravidians and the primitive tribals who lived in hills and forest. It was also the general belief that the Aryans entered into India at a much later date.

  15. Sangam Literature: What it is?, 3 Categories, Features, Works and ...

    Sangam literature is a body of ancient Tamil literature that was produced in the Tamil-speaking region of South India during the Sangam period. This period, which is also known as the Sangam age, is generally considered to have lasted from about 300 BCE to 300 CE.

  16. Sangam Period: Literature, Administration and Economic Condition

    Sangam literature consists of the earliest Tamil works (such as the Tolkappiyam), the ten poems (Pattupattu), the eight anthologies (Ettutogai) and the eighteen minor works (Padinenkilkanakku), and the three epics.

  17. (PDF) SANGAM LITERATURE

    The Sangam literature, sometimes referred to as the Caṅkam literature or Koodal literature (Tamil: சங் க இலக் கியம் , caṅka ilakkiyam) connotes the ancient Tamil literature and is the earliest known literature of South India. ... Significantly, this important historical source has not received the attention of the ...

  18. Sangam Age: Origin, Location and Literature

    The third Sangam was then held in Madurai, which is now a part of Tamil Nadu; The Corpus of Sangam Literature A great deal of information about the Tamilakam's early history is present in the Sangam works. Topics of eminent historical importance are considered in Sangam Literature. The literature can be divided into two, narrative and didactic

  19. PDF UNIT 7 SANGAM LITERARY TRADITION*

    period also called as classical period as construed by Sangam poems. 7.2 SANGAM LITERATURE: AN INTRODUCTION Sangam literature refers to a corpus of early Tamil literary works which were passed down as oral tradition and dated to the early centuries of the Common Era. The word Sangam (or an academy) is a term first found in the medieval texts and

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    Sangam Literature. The Sangam works contain mines of information for the study of the early history of Tamilakam. They reflect a matter of great historical importance. Here are some facts about Sangam Literature. Tolkappiyam, a treatise on Tamil grammar and poetics, composed probably during the second Sangam, is the oldest extant literary work ...

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    Article Sangam Literature - Significance, Time Period, UPSC Notes By BYJU'S Exam Prep Updated on: November 14th, 2023 Sangam Literature, popularly referred to as "the poetry of the noble ones," depicts the oldest forms of the Tamil language and is the earliest studied literature of South India.

  22. Sangam Society:History, Tinai Concept, & Sangam Polity in detail

    The Tinai Concept. The Sangam Society was split into five distinct ecological zones according to ancient Tamil literature, each of which had its own peculiarities. Tinai is the name for each zone, each with its own unique qualities. The tinai notion can be related to the contemporary ecosystem approach used to research cultures.

  23. Critically analyse the importance of Sangam literature as source of

    1. Critically analyse the importance of Sangam literature as source of understanding history and cultural attributes of ancient south India. (250 words). Difficulty level: Moderate Reference: Insights on India Why the question: