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There is no god, there is no god, there is no god at all. He who invented god is a fool. He who propagates god is a scoundrel. He who worships god is a barbarian.
You cannot expect any rational thought from a religious man. He is like a rocking log in water.
Wisdom lies in thinking. The spear-head of thinking is rationalism.
Foreigners are sending messages to the planets. We are sending rice and cereals to our dead fore-father through the Brahmins. It is a wise deed?
Any opposition not based on rationalism or science or experience will one day or other, reveal the fraud, selfishness, lies and conspiracies.
The word 'Sudra' which means 'Son of prostitute' should not find a place even in the history hereafter. We will not allow it to find a place in the dictionary or encycl
There is no use of simply acquiring titles or amassing wealth if one has no self-respect and scientific knowledge.
By helping the poor, we must be able to remove their poverty. But extending help to one here and one there in the form of providing food will not remove poverty.
There's no god. He who created god was a fool; he who spreads his name is a scoundrel and he who worships him is a barbarian.
As long as we give room for domination and the dominators, there will be worries and worried people. Poverty and pestilence will live eternally in the country.
It is absurd to quote religion or God or religious doctrines to render the people as lowest castes.
Marriages should culminate on account of the wishes of the couple. It is their knitting of the hearts that should lead to marriages.
Those who still believe the Brahmins should take a serious note of the changing times and start leading an awakened life.
Village reform is not merely cleaning the roads, constructing schools and worshipping monasteries. It is not mere celebration of festivals.
Money lending is a horrible profession. If we are to call it otherwise it is lawful plundering.
A male has the right to wander about as he pleases. He has the right to marry any number of girls. This practice has led to prostitution.
Because our ladies mostly attend Kalatshepams, (Religious discourses) they have fallen prey to the superstitions, blind beliefs, and immorality by the false and fictituous propaganda of the Brahmins.
Women in India experience much worse suffering, humiliation and slavery in all spheres than even the untouchables.
Religious devotion is for the individual. Character is for all. There is no loss if there is no devotion. Everything is lost if there is no character.
By helping the poor, we must be able to remove their poverty. By extending help to one here and one there in the form of providing food will not remove poverty.
Only education, self-respect and rational qualities will uplift the down-trodden.
Many crores of rupees are squandered in this country by way offering gratitude to God and bribing Him to gain greater and greater wealth.
Our thoughts of literary renaissance should always center themselves on the removal of superstition, meanness, indignity and ignorance.
People are talking high of Thiruvalluvar. But in practice they do not respect his teachings. They act against him and disregard him.
The proper task of social reform is to remove poverty from society and to ensure that people do not sell their conscience to make a living.
Whomsoever I love and hate, my principle is the same. That is, the educated, the rich and the administrators should not suck the blood of the poor.
The terms 'Husband' and 'Wife' are inappropriate. They are only companions ad partners. One does not slave for other. They both have equal status.
When the purpose of clearly exposing the differences between the Aryan and the Tamil culture, civilization, conduct and creed Thirukkural was written. I am of that firm view.