Economic Thought in epic Literature

International Research Journal of Tamil

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Title Economic Thought in epic Literature
 
Creator S, Sivagami
 
Subject ThirukkuRaL
Economy
epic Literature
Poverty
 
Description Economy is important to run life as well as government. In other words, betterment of any individual as well a country depends on economy. ‘Avvaiyaar’ a Tamil poetess said ‘when the conditions of the citizens raise automatically the status of the king raises.’  ‘ThirukkuRaL’ in one of its chapters on ‘poruL syal vahai’ (means of economy) talks about the various ways through which the government can build its economy through righteous means. The other epic literatures too have the same opinion. Man acts unethical in two conditions. One is poverty and the other is the desire for more wealth. Poverty is one of the factors of inequalities in economy.  There are two status which encouragement to earn. One is poverty and the other is the unfulfilled desire for wealth. To fulfil either one, man tries to earn in unethical ways. Poor, because of their need, try unethical and theft is the foremost.
 
Publisher IOR PRESS
 
Date 2019-07-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://irjt.iorpress.org/index.php/irjt/article/view/14
10.34256/irjt1935
 
Source International Research Journal of Tamil; Vol. 1 No. 3 (2019): Volume 1, Issue 3, Year 2019; 31-38
2582-1113
10.34256/irjt193
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://irjt.iorpress.org/index.php/irjt/article/view/14/14
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 IOR PRESS
 

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