Inside the hut, there is a candle, there is tea, there is you & me; and a bagful of stories..
Aaaaw! Lovely. Write more in tamizh, Anu, write more of these pudhukavidhai and fill our hearts with honeyed heartease.
after a long time, i'm seeing thamil kavithai in ur blog..good one!
Alright, its either firefox that's showing circles after each alphabet or I still haven't learnt to read tamizh!!
Parvati, :)..thanks! will definitely try to write more..Badri, yeah, I know, a tamizh post after quite sometime..and good to see you around after long!Ramya, :))..it's indeed firefox problem! I trust your reading skills in tamizh! :D
Anupama,would u mind me telling this?kkum i.e a Tamizhukkum and many other kkums can be used only in unnarchiyillakattagai.The essence is too good.
Dushy, thanks..but am sorry I quite didn't understand what you are telling me..! :(I have used "kkum" in the sense of "along with/amidst"..Meaning, along with these things/amidst these things, the silence on ur lips is 'also' special! Does it make sense, if I said, "mounamum"?? :)
Very nice, Anu...Can you tell me how do you type Tamil words in your blog? I previously used this URL www.jaffnalibrary.com/tools/Unicode.htm to get the Tamil equivalent of English words. But that doesn't seem to work now.
Nice poetry....nice blog...Liked ur prev post. reminded me of the Sunday Magazine of Hindu, where articles are so full of life..What I liked about ur writing is that I find them as expressions, not as communications.
hey nalla kavithai... nejamavae thithithathu
Short and sweet !! Sometimes silence is so beautiful that it speaks more than words.Good post Anu.
Hi Anu, somebody that I know sent me a zipped form of a unicode htm file..If you need it, I could mail it over to you..:)Cosmic voices, you have a nice name! :)..Thank you very much for your kind words..:)SivaChidambaram, thanks! saw your profile and it says you are a bitsian..which batch do you belong to?Pavithra, thanks a lot! :)
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