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Who is More Smarter?

Men or Women?

By Julie D.Published 7 months ago 3 min read
Who is More Smarter?
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Who is more intelligent and clever? Male or female? This question is being invested by the world from effort prehistoric. Researchers are of various assessments. A few say male and others say female.

In any case, a fitting response has been given by a Tamil writer by name Karmega kavignar.

He has composed a book named 'Kongu mandala sathakam' in which he has responded to this inquiry. Kongu mandalam is the present Coimbatore area of Tamilnadu, India. This sathakam comprises of 100 refrains which gives the greatness of this popular area.

In section no 65 the writer gives a genuine story that has occurred in Sangagiri, a little city in Kongu region.

When there carried on with an extraordinary writer by name Emperuman. He has created an incredible work called 'Takkai isai Ramayanam" His name and popularity was spread all through the distant land and numerous writers were turned into his companions.

They used to come to Karamega kavignar's home for helpful artistic discussion.

Once as expected a few researchers came to his home. However, the artist was not there as he was away to follow through with a critical job.

His better half Poongothai, by name, was extremely keen and sharp. According to the act of the former times, she kept herself inside the house and the researchers sat on the little front facing region of the house. They began talking.

Over the span of their discussion one artist said nonchalantly that despite the fact that the ladies are learned one can not anticipate that they should be developed. The other one said the ladies overall are not by any stretch wise and smart. The third one said they are implied exclusively for concocting and bringing the kids.

Poongothai who was inside the front corridor of the house listened this discussion.

This multitude of focuses were heard by Poongothai. Quickly she has composed a sonnet in a Venba design, a sort of prosody in Tamil, in a little palm leaf and sent it to the discussing virtuosos through a little youngster.

The sonnet composed by her was perused out uproariously. It expressed, " as a matter of fact just female are more developed and male are less savvy and not by any stretch that a lot cunning. Mightn't you at any point understand, gracious, a lady just sees once she imagines. In any case, no man under the earth could see ever whether he has given a birth to a kid or young lady."

Every one of the writers were particularly stunned to see this significant sonnet. This sonnet gave an extraordinary understanding to every one of them.

Unexpectedly every one of them burst in to the lobby and prostrated before Poongothai and apologized. They implore her to excuse them.

At the exact second the incredible artist, Poongothai's significant other went into the house and was dumbfounded to see his companions were all at the feet of his better half.

He realized what had occurred.

Everyone commended both the couple and the news spread quickly.

The Ruler likewise heard this episode and he approached the writer and prostrated before Poongoathai.

Poongothai consequently turned out to be extremely renowned and the undeniably challenging inquiry was subsequently responded to fittingly.

An exemplary work in Tamil called ' Neeti Venba' in one of its refrains (section no 30) characterizes an ideal lady hence:

She will be lovely like a gold. She will have the persistence like the earth. She who has the lovely bosoms will give sexual fulfillment in the bed to her better half like a whore and she will assist her significant other with preferring a learned pastor consistently.

Valid, Ladies are perfect, more savvy and more cleverer than man!


About the Creator

Julie D.

I believe Writing is an art that speaks from heart.

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