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2023, Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part A

V.V.S. IYER: The pioneer of militant nationalism in colonial Tamil Nadu


Author(s): Dr. T Balasubramanian and Dr. V Venkatraman

Abstract: It has been said that the all round revival of the Tamil country in the first two decades of the century owes much to three brilliant sons of Tamil Nadu, Poet C. Subramania Bharathi, Scholar-Revolutionary V.V.S. Iyer and Swadeshi Steamship hero, V.O Chidambarm Pillai. They were all dedicated patriots working with a passion, each in his chosen field the Tamil language and the culture of the Tamil people. Each contributed his own quota to boost the self-esteem of the Tamils... Whilst the names of Bharathi and Chidambaram Pillai are familiar to present day India, it cannot be said that it is equally familiar with the name of V.V.S. Iyer. They were all dedicated patriots who worked with a passion, each in his chosen field for the liberation of Bharatmata. Whilst the names of Bharathi and Chidambaram Pillai are familiar to present day India, it cannot be said that it is equally familiar with the name of V.V.S. Iyer.

DOI: 10.22271/27069109.2023.v5.i2a.217

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Dr. T Balasubramanian, Dr. V Venkatraman. V.V.S. IYER: The pioneer of militant nationalism in colonial Tamil Nadu. Int J Hist 2023;5(2):01-06. DOI: 10.22271/27069109.2023.v5.i2a.217
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