நாகூர் பாஷையில் திருக்குறள் விளக்கம்
Posted by அப்துல் கையூம் on December 8, 2009 in திருக்குறள்
December 17, 2009 at 2:25 am
I think I know you now. Neenga Qayyum mama thaane ?! Mashallah ….ulagam evlo siridu. Yennai ungalukku nyabagam irukkmanu therile. Yenga vaapa peyar MG Maricar. Banaco le irundaha . We lived in Bahrain about 17 years ago. Yen peyar Hussain. Naa ippo UK le velai pakren. I am really enjoying ur blogs and unmayiliye neenga Nagore ku perumai serkreenga! Keep up the good work. Unga nagaichuvai unarvu superb!! I wish I can come to Bahrain some time :(. I really miss Bahrain.
December 18, 2009 at 2:24 am
Hai Hussain. It’s so nice to come across you through this blog. Yes. As you said this world is too small. One day or other we will meet.Inshallah. I still remember your lovely mischief. Say my regards to yr Dad. Thanks a million.
December 19, 2009 at 12:02 am
Hi hussain, we never forget you,your brother sulaiman,Dr.hasan,your father & mother. We always remember you all.Especially your notty. It is so nice we are all meet Nagoori blog. Keep it up Vapuchi.*****************************
December 19, 2009 at 5:37 pm
Thanks for the reply. Glad you still remember me!! I still remember the glorious Tamil mandram days. I will definitely keep reading your blogs. Where can I get a copy of your book?? Give my salams to all. We were all one family. I indeed miss Bahrain a lot.
Assalamu alaikum. I cannot forget our old family friend circle. We were all like one family. Make dua for my mother. She always used to talk abt you guys.Give my salams to all.
I have a naughty little boy Mohsin now. We are currently living in London now. Please do keep in touch and give me your email addresses as well.
December 20, 2009 at 12:15 am
Your feelings from your inner heart really moved me. May God bless your mother’s soul. She is really a gem of a person. After all every one has to depart one day or other. Life must go on. Cheer up. Keep Smiling. Support your dad and your brothers. Good Luck and wishes from all of us from Bahrain Circle. Regards.
December 20, 2009 at 2:33 am
Thats a very touching response! You are right ..the show must go on. It just shows how temporal this world is. Your blogs certainly brought a cheer to me amidst all the sadness around. I am eagerly looking forward to reading your book. Where can I get them ?
And how many books have you published so far ? Off late, I have been interested in Tamil Muslim Islamic Literature and as such in the history of Nagore and Nagapattinam Muslims and it is very interesting when you read about your ancestors. We have had such a rich history of literature which the Tamil literary world is only taking notice of now! The Tamil Muslim ‘Ilakkiyam’ is one of the most suppressed areas. Our contribution is so rich, but very poorly documented. To see our Nagore Tamil contributing to the Tamizh ilakkiya ulagam, is so amazing. I wish you all the best and may Allah bless all your future endeavours. Keep the flag of Nagore flying high!!
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