Wednesday, January 14, 2009

பாலியல் போர்க்களம்!

vikatan publication, Dec 2008
ISBN 978-81-8476-150-4


வாசகனாய் ஒரு கவிஞன் சங்கர் !!! said...

உங்களின் முயற்சிகள் சிறப்பாக அமைய எனது வாழ்த்துக்கள் !

பிரபு . எம் said...

HI Doctor..
Very nice to meet you..
Madurai Seminar was really really excellent... Thanks to our bloggers for introducing a genuine doctor, a writer, a blogger, or a friend :)
Will read you from now ma'am...

Anonymous said...

your article in Vikatan is very nice madam. Thanks for this new approach and open article on women. I personally know a few women who have spoiled their son's marriage life (innocently) , by the so called sentiment. Thanks doctor, I think you are the only one who talks openly about this kind of situation. Generally in India, people prioritize parents first and marriage in the least place, but eventually fail to procreate. Some mothers like their sons to live as their sons and not anyone's husband. But in course of time , they long for grand children too. After the married couple crosses the fertile age, the same inlaws are begging the couple to get a child soon. Can't understand them maam. Vented out something. Thanks.

RITHIKA said...

i am a fan of u seeing ur interviews in media...ur book pennin marupakkam is excellent..i recommended many people to read it...i read 3 times until now..

Joseph Umbao said...

every book that we take up without a purpose is an opportunity lost of taking up a book with a purpose. One should not be a desultory reader; one should be a purposeful and organized reader. Only those writers profit us whose understanding is quicker, more lucid than our own, by whose brain we indeed think for a time, who quicken our thoughts, and lead us whither alone we could not find our way. pennin marupakkam is one of its kind.
special thanks for this post Dr N Shalini.