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Dr A Chidambaranatha Chettiar, Chief Editor, English-Tamil Dictionary, University of Madras

"... I agree with the author that students have to be taught the way in which they should approach poetry and the way in which they can appreciate poetry. I am sure that a perusal of this book will help hundreds of students of literature to enjoy poetry better. Any book that enhances our delight in that direction is a welcome addition...."

  Prof B Rama Raju, Professor of Telugu, Osmania University

"... I have the good fortune of knowing him intimately during the several All India Oriental Conference Sessions and University meetings. Besides being an eminent scholar, Dr Reddiar is sound researcher and a true guide in the full sense of the term....."

Prof GN Reddy, Professor of Telugu, Sri Venkateswara University

"... Prof N Subbu Reddiar has carved himself a unique place in the modern Tamil literature both as a scholar  and a prolific writer. His writings which are well-known extends to different areas like criticism, education, grammar, philosophy, modern science, etc. ..."

Prof KK Raja, Professor of Sanskrit, University of Madras

"... Prof Reddiar is a well-known scholar in Tamil language and literature, and a prolific writer of topics covering a wide range of Indian culture...."

Prof VP Singh, Professor of Hindi, Benaras Hindu University, Varanasi

"... I have been knowing Prof Reddiar for the last 15 years. He is really a most distinguished scholar, teacher and writer of Tamil. He is a many sided genius. Besides literature, he has written books on religion, philosophy and science...."

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Prof Sathish Chandra, Chairman, University Grants Commission

".... Prof N Subbu Reddiar's services to the Tamil language and literature are well-known to the people of the South...."

Dr S Ramachanra Rao, Vice-Chairman, University Grants Commission

"... Prof Dr Reddiar is the most distinguished scholar, teacher and writer of Tamil. His services as Tamil Professor especially his founding and running of PG and  Research Department of Tamil as its Head at Sri Venkateswara University and his contribution to literature criticism, especially his study of poetry and religious philosophy and experience of the Alvars are invaluable...."

Dr D Jagannatha Reddy, Vice-Chancellor, Sri Venkateswara University

".... Prof Reddiar has indefatigable energy and infectious enthusiasm in organizing academic programmes. He delights in the revival, publicity and enlightening of Tamil literature to the youth as well as to the elders by periodically convening seminars wherein giants and Pulavars in Tamil are enjoyed to participate, thus making Sri Venkateswara Senate Hall a place of pilgrimage as well as a forum for dialogue, debate and recital... Prof Reddiar is a multifaceted personality. He typifies Tamilian culture by wearing the mantle of humility under which his immense treasure of Tamil literature is stocked...."

Thiru TM Narayanaswami Pillai, Vice-Chancellor, Annamalai University

"... Prof Reddiar is a brilliant example of one, who has risen from the bottom of teaching profession to the top of it in a distinguished university by his ability, character and unremitting work. His life has been of dedication in Tamil; he is a profound scholar who has done valuable research. ...."

Dr Malcolm S Adiseshiah, Vice-Chancellor, University of Madras

"..... Professor Reddiar is a renowned scholar in Tamilology with a good background of science. To his credit he has brought several worthy volumes on different spheres - literature, literary criticism, grammar, religion and education...."

Prof SV Chittibabu, Vice-Chancellor, Madurai-Kamaraj & Annamalai Universities

"......Dr Reddiar is known all over Tamilnadu as an erudite Tamil scholar. Born in a middle class family he has attained fame by dint of his inherent merit and hard labour... His books on science, philosophy, grammar, etc bear stamp of his lucidity of expression, vastness of style and richness of ideas. ..."

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