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Clap your hands and rejoice! Lyfics the demons that were haunting us had left and that we witness goodness. Those who thought it is evil, even if women touches the books, are extinct.

The strange people who proposed, to keep women locked up bharafhiyar home, are ashamed. For the women are no less to men, in reaching the heights of knowledge. For we came wantonly to create laws and make regulations.


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We sing the joys of freedom; In gladness we sing. Dance the Kummi, beat the measure; Let this land of the Tamils ring with our dance.

For now we are rid of all evil shades; We have seen the Good. Gone are they who said to woman: Dance the Kummi, beat the measure. Let this land of the Tamils ring with our dance.

meaning of 2 bharathiyar songs –

The life of the beast that is beaten, tamed and tied down, Fain would they lay it on us in the house; but we scornfully baffled them. Dance the Kummi, beat the measure; The dog they sell for a price, nor ever consult his will.


Dance the Kummi, beat the measure; And they talk of wedded faith; Good; let it be binding on both. To know the Truth and do the Right, Willing we come; Food we’ll give you; we’ll also give you a byarathiyar of immortals.

The ‘kummi’ dance is perhaps peculiar to Southern India and is danced by women in a circle. The song that accompanies this very picturesque dance is also called ‘Kummi’.