Manu Nithi is a Tamil language book which was written about the topic of divinity. Here I have brought this book and sharing it for free with you. From here, the readers can read this book online from here. If you want to read it online without download just click on the Read Online or if you read it offline click on the Download PDF and download a free PDF copy. The PDF copy size of this book is only 90 MB.
This book by Sri Vidyaranya Swamigal, translated to English by P R Kannan, contains the essence of Prasthana Traya - Upanishads, Brahma Sutras and Bhagavad Gita. It is a fundamental Vedantic text, couched beautifully in the form of prayer. This prayer is usually chanted by Sanyasis yearning for Brahmagnana during Chaturmasyam in front of the Acharyas. The book, as released, contains an interesting article on Sri Mahaswamigal and Sri Vidyaranya Swamigal.pdf file here; book with Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham. (Alternative download).
Puranic stories connected with the origin and greatness of river Krishna, including episodes relating to various tirthas along the river route. English pdf file here; Tamil pdf file here; book with Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham(Alternative download DOCX) PDF)
Manusmriti In Tamil Pdf DownloadlManusmriti In Tamil Pdf Downloadl >> In Tamil Pdf DownloadHinduism: Manusmriti - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThe manusmriti may only be one of the smritis, but all the smritis, and the two other major smriti texts of the Hinduism, the Atharva Veda and the Shatapatha Brahmana, are based on the manusmriti. The word smriti means precept or dictate in Sanskrit, and is a synonym of the verb (Pāṇinian). For example, after having described the law of karman as given in the manusmriti, the Veda scholars of the great hymnologists, the Atharvaveda translators, the Panini and the Shankaracharya, have followed this precept of Manu as given in the manusmriti in their respective works.According to Manusmriti, the brahmins are the most superior human race (Parimara-jana-dattam) and the second important race is that of the kshatriyas (Kshatriya-jana-dattam). However, the abode of the brahmins is middle or middle-low, but that of the kshatriyas is either middle or middle-high (Parimara-mulam). The third race is that of the vaishyas (Vaisya-jana-dattam) which abounds more in number than that of either the brahmins or the kshatriyas. The fourth race is that of the shudras (Shudra-jana-dattam) which is more numerous than the last two combined.Manusmriti In Tamil Pdf DownloadThe Manusmriti social hierarchy gives a sense that the brahmins are nearly equated with the gods (Devas), since they comprise the 1st quadrant of the yantra, though this social order is far more complex and meticulous, since it deals with various groups of caste, e.g., the Brahmins, Ksatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras, and various sub-castes of the caste such as the Brahmans, Rajputs and Kurmis. Manusmriti In Tamil Pdf Download The main purpose of Manusmriti is to describe in ee730c9e81 1e1e36bf2d