Topic started by P. Nagarajan on Mon Oct 25 13:28:44 .
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The word 'kazhal' means an aNikalan worn in the legs; and it became an aagupeyar, referring to the leg itself. When we talk about kings or God, we mention the legs as 'kazhal', whether that particular deity wears a kazhal or not. I have used it to refer to the lotus feet of a saint. My friend has questioned that it can not be used to refer so. My Thamizh teachers did approve the usage. I wish to know whether it can be used to refer to the lotus feet of a saint, from other pulavargaL on the net.


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