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The Purananuru (Tamil: புறநானூறு, Puṟanāṉūṟu ?, literally "four hundred [poems] in the genre puram"), sometimes called Puram or Purappattu, is a classical Tamil poetic work and traditionally the last of the Eight Anthologies (Ettuthokai) in the Sangam literature. It is a collection of 400 heroic poems about kings, wars and public life, of which two are lost and a few have survived into the modern age in fragments. The collected poems were composed by 157 poets, of which 14 are anonymous and at least 10 were poetess. This anthology has been variously dated between 1st century BCE and 5th century CE, with Kamil Zvelebil – a Tamil literature scholar, dating predominantly all of the poems of Purananuru sometime between 2nd and 5th century CE. While few poems are dated to the period of 1st cent

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  • Das Purananuru (Tamil: புறநானூறு Puṟanāṉūṟu [ˈpurən̪aːnuːrɯ] „vierhundert [Gedichte] über puram (Heldentum)“) ist ein Werk der alttamilischen Sangam-Literatur. Es handelt sich um eine Anthologie von 400 Gedichten aus dem Genre der Heldendichtung. Innerhalb der Sangam-Literatur gehört es zur Gruppe der „acht Anthologien“ (Ettuttogai).
  • The Purananuru (Tamil: புறநானூறு, Puṟanāṉūṟu ?, literally "four hundred [poems] in the genre puram"), sometimes called Puram or Purappattu, is a classical Tamil poetic work and traditionally the last of the Eight Anthologies (Ettuthokai) in the Sangam literature. It is a collection of 400 heroic poems about kings, wars and public life, of which two are lost and a few have survived into the modern age in fragments. The collected poems were composed by 157 poets, of which 14 are anonymous and at least 10 were poetess. This anthology has been variously dated between 1st century BCE and 5th century CE, with Kamil Zvelebil – a Tamil literature scholar, dating predominantly all of the poems of Purananuru sometime between 2nd and 5th century CE. While few poems are dated to the period of 1st cent
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  • I am the soul Not food is the soul of life Nor water is the life's soul It is the king who is the life of this wide expanse of the earth Therefore this is the duty of the kings with armies stocked with mighty spears: To know: I am the soul!
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  • —Purananuru 186, Translator: Kamil Zvelebil
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  • புறநானூறு
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