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The novel format was made popular by legendary writers like Kalki Krishnamurthy, Vai. Mu. Kothainayaki, Lakshmi, Na. Parthasarathy etc. The novel form has given us several others. The historic novels by Kalki, Akilan, Sandilyan and Na. Parthasarathy were enjoyed by the Tamil readers because of their skillful depiction from the historic, social and cultural aspects of the bygone era. These novels are no below priceless treasures for your Tamil people of even successive generations. Here is often a bird?s eye look at some with the famous historic novels. Historical novels by Kalki ?Ponniyin Selvan? is really a novel placed in the Chola period and brings out the social and political situation that prevailed during that era. The imaginary characters and events blend well in the historic events. He may even blend humour and satire into the actual events. His description with the kings as well as the wars they fought as well as their aspirations and dreams for their country and people. The stories were packed with twists and turns that captured the imagination in the reading public. ?Sivagamiyin Sabhatham? is his masterpiece, romantic novel placed in the Pallava dynasty?s reign over south India. ?Parthiban Kanavu? may be the story of Chola prince Vikkiraman who fulfills the imagine his father Parthiban, the Chola king to re-establish the Chola kingdom and freeing it in the Pallava ruler Narasimha Varma Pallavan. Akilan People with dyslexia tend to be visual, multidimensional, right-brain learners. Because visual learners are successful seeing what they are learning, images must be employed to assist them to process information. It is also of great help for a visual learner so that you can start to see the one who is talking. When giving verbal information, encourage the visual learner to make a mental picture of what is being discussed.