A person with brilliant academic record and accolades, she was an ace debater right through her school and college days. She serves at a multinational bank as a Senior Vice President. She is a coveted television personality and a regular member of the prestigious Sun TV Debate Show which is an acclaimed program telecast on all important festival days. She is also one of the hosts of the morning break-fast program of the same channel. In this program, she,along with her co-host ,does a 20 minutes tete-a-tete on various topics. Both these programs are watched by lakhs of people from the Tamil community around the world.
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On one of the bored Saturday afternoons, I stumbled upon her talks given at an Engineering college orientation programme as part of my YouTube recommendations. If you can understand Tamil, I highly recommend the two videos.
Later I realized that she is one of the prominent speakers in various pattimandrams debate shows. For me, pattimandrams remind me of my childhood when TV channels would play them on festival days at 10 AM. The elders in my family would be glued to them while we kids would be happily munching on some sweets or taking a nap. I was never a fan of such debates in growing-up years. Anyway, coming to the topic, Mrs. Sivaraman, Nammalvar and Bharathi Baskar.
Para ; both have the same characteristics as that of her powerful speeches. Nee nadhi pola odikkondiru is a collection of essays focused on women-centric issues at home, work and society. Her examples and anecdotes from her personal life make this book an interesting page-turner.
My most favorite example in this book is where she compares fridge and a ladies handbag and how we stuff so much into each of them :- She applies the same logic to the various thoughts we dump into our minds and how they spoil our health, relationships and well-being.
So poetic and mesmerizing! Reminds me of the beautiful song - nadhiye, nadhiye from the movie rhythm. Siragai viri para is a one-of-a-kind book where the author connects present challenges of the society with examples from mythology, literature, spirituality, religion and history.
I felt like I was going back in time to my Tamil and History lessons from school. In one of the chapters, she talks about the story of Manuneedhi Chozhan and the cow and stresses on the leadership qualities and fair justice.
It felt so good to rehear this story after a long time that I have started to narrate it to my 3-year old.
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