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Subramania Bharati

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Rs. 99.00
Rs. 99.00 - Rs. 99.00
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SKU 91065708

0.07 kg

Subramania Bharati, often hailed as "Mahakavi Bharatiyar," was a prolific poet, writer, journalist, and freedom fighter who left an indelible mark on Tamil literature and the Indian independence movement. Born in 1882 in Tamil Nadu, Bharati's literary genius transcended boundaries, pioneering modern Tamil poetry with his revolutionary themes and evocative imagery.

His works passionately advocated for social justice, gender equality, and freedom from colonial rule. Bharati's verses were not just poetic expressions but powerful calls to action, inspiring millions to join the struggle for independence. He fearlessly challenged societal norms and championed the cause of the oppressed, earning him the title of "The Poet of the Masses."

Through his writings in journals like "India" and "Swadesamitran," Bharati fearlessly critiqued the British Raj and ignited nationalist fervor among the masses atomic habits. His poems, songs, and essays continue to resonate with people across generations, serving as a source of inspiration for poets, activists, and patriots alike.

India Book House's publication on Subramania Bharati offers readers a comprehensive insight into the life and works of this literary luminary. It delves into his revolutionary ideas, his struggles, and his enduring legacy, reaffirming Bharati's position as one of India's most influential literary figures and a beacon of hope for freedom and equality.