(Last Updated on : 31/01/2013)
Murukeca Pakavatar was an eminent poet, author and scholar from Tamil Nadu
who has been composing poems from 1918. He was a follower of Mahatma Gandhi
and his principles. The poet, a firm believer of the Gandhian philosophy, has written poems in both traditional form as well as modern form of verses. Murukeca Pakavatar has also composed several musical compositions. As the renowned Tamil poet is from an oppressed class and a poor background, his poems express the problems and difficulties of the poor and the deprived. His poems have a realistic undertone about the suffering of the backward class has a special connection with them as they can easily comprehend the deep inner meanings of the verses of Murukeca Pakavatar.
The poet from Tamil Nadu has created an interesting and enthralling about the issues related to poem untouchability. The verse reveals the author's views and criticism of untouchability and its irrelevance to modern society. Murukeca Pakavatar has portrayed the abject poverty of villagers with stark realism. He has also mentioned about the womenfolk who reside in the villages and their depressed living conditions. The women do not even possess alternate clothes to wear. His poems not only comprise of the details of the cold poverty of the people, but also persuade the deprived for a severe revolution. His poems follow and express the principles as mentioned by Gandhi.
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