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Bhakti List Archives. We saw in earlier posts, kaNNan learning not only veNNaik kalvi but also music and dancing, as part of his veNNaik kalvi. Of course, kaLavu- stealing- is also a kalai and in the list of "aaya kalaigaL 64"- the 64 types of arts. One has to learn stealing also to be a complete "gnaanavaan"- "wizard".
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The Tolkappiyam is difficult to date. Some in the Tamil tradition place the text in the mythical second sangam, variously in 1st millennium BCE or earlier. The earliest layer of the Tolkappiyam was likely composed between the 2nd and 1st century BCE, and the extant manuscript versions fixed by about the 5th century CE. The Tolkappiyam contains aphoristic verses arranged into three books — the Eluttatikaram "Eluttu" meaning "letter, phoneme" , the Sollatikaram "Sol" meaning "Sound, word" and the Porulatikaram "Porul" meaning "subject matter", i. One of these breaks it into three "tol-kappu-iyanratu", meaning "ancient protection [of language]". The dating of the Tolkappiyam is difficult, much debated, and it remains contested and uncertain. The tradition and some Indian scholars favor an early date for its composition, before the common era, and state that it is the work of one person associated with sage Agastya.