The Tirukural-Tamil language HOLY BOOK was written 2000 years ago, so its author Saint Tiruvalluvar was contemporaneous with Jesus Christ. The content of Tirukural even applies to modern thought and education. Kural means any short verse. Title ' Tiru' [or Thiru] was added as a sign of respect for them and the poet. For the sake of brevity, Kural and Valluvar are mentioned in some places. Tirukural belongs to the Tamil SANGAM LITERATURE. Tamil Sangam means Madurai's knowledgeable Tamil Scholars Association, the former capital of the PANDYA Kingdom, whose poet's written work was recognized after a rigorous review and review by the Tamil School. Tirukural is one of the 18 works recognized by Sangam in the first century AD. Tirukural has been translated into all the major languages of the world. In fact, Rev's father, GUPope, was impressed with his Latin translation and ventured into English. He compared Tiruvalluvar's "all creatures are equal" [pirappokkum ella uyirkkum] to the teachings of the Bible.
There are 1330 in 13 chapters, 10 of which are the same, each on a different topic.
This article discusses Tiruvalluvar's views on education. The ten verses he wrote about education ranged from 391 to 400, which is the 40th chapter of the materialist category. This is not a word for translation, but a paper on how to get the theme of Bliss in a birth by gaining high educational value in one lifetime.
1. [After Kural 391]: A person should learn anything that must be learned without any errors. Once such learning is completed, he should practice the spirit of learning in accordance with the lessons he has taught. Perfect learning, without any mistakes and doubts, is the foundation of education. People should be aware of all aspects of the chosen topic. More importantly, even after the completion of education, there should be no doubt about problems that may arise in the future. Only such education can adapt people to a higher self. In addition, after completing education, people should never deviate from the path of education guidance. Therefore, such a high educational value, regardless of the chosen field of expertise, such as medicine, law, engineering, and what is not!
2. The numbers [which form part of the arithmetic knowledge] and the letters [which are the basis of the knowledge of the words] are considered to be the two eyes of the creature.
3. Only educational talent is seen as having a vision. Uneducated people do not have "eyes" but only two eyes. Without education, the so-called eyes are simply useless. Vision is the most important physical attribute of human beings. Is it correct to use the imaginable physical universe? Compare these unique properties of education and living with these two Kurals
Even friendships have gained new definitions among well-educated people. Every time they meet and discuss each other, it is a very pleasant and happy thing. When they are separated from each other, they will have a good desire to meet again.
5 An educated person is rich in all aspects because he has knowledge, and compared to an uneducated person, because he is the lowest-ranking cadre in society, he must be humble.
6. Many similes are used to bring these points home. Compare knowledge with water from muddy land. A pool will pop the water proportionally according to the amount of water excavated. Similarly, knowledge will be gradually studied.
7. For educated people, each town is his own town, and each country is his country. "So why is a person who has been wasting his life without eduation until he died?" Tiruvalluvar wanted to know.
This Kural can be combined with another Sangam classic' Purananuru' [four hundred songs depicting the life outside the society]: it states:
"All places are my hometown, everyone is my relatives"
["yadhum urey, yavarum kelir" – Tamil equivalent]
These words are specifically quoted here because they are the favorite words to learn Tamil. It emphasizes consistency and universal brotherhood, with special understanding and peaceful coexistence. This existed 2000 years ago.
8. The popular Hindu faith is that there are seven children before redemption. However, the poet asserts that a student's education at birth is sufficient for the needs of all seven children. Needless to say, he should learn it without any flaws and the best content. Such education will make him happy for all seven children. In other words, perfect education gives a MUKTHI, the redemption of its own birth. Even if a person does not believe in the birth that follows, he can accept this kind of Kural. As long as he is well educated, he can ensure his permanent peace in a birth.
9. People also insist that the essence of an enlightened person is to gain more fun in learning and to acquire more knowledge. It is seen that the happiness he obtained through education is shared by the whole society. The benefits and fun of education are not just individuals but collectives. The happiness of others acts as a catalyst for him to gain such accumulation in his studies. He doesn't lose anything by sharing knowledge with others. In fact, his knowledge and fun will multiply at the right time.
10. Make it clear that the only viable asset a person can have is education, and other wealth is actually useless. No floods, fires or theft can take away the wealth of knowledge gained from education.
This world famous epic has been introduced. If the reader and the interest in learning the whole book have been ignited, the purpose of this article is to serve. Needless to say, these readers will receive eternal happiness in this birth listed in the above paragraph.