A dictionary is a lasting companion to all, be it a learner or a scholar, a good dictionary is indispensable. We come to it again and again; from time to time, we refer, perceive, ponder and pause. It is something we like to possess, an undiminishing treasure we like to draw from again and again. No doubt we have, here too, an umpteen number of books each laying large claims for superiority. But looks and claims are not worth a blade of grass. The proof is always in its usefulness. And so we claim that this dictionary does not belong to that brood you find everywhere. It is something different, like a stallion kept for a definite purpose; a class in itself. You have everything here you expect in a good dictionary - extending to more than 100 pages in demy octavo size encompassing nearly 15000 primary words and more than 70,000 derivative words - every word with its syllabification and phonetic transcription both in English and Tamil, with its part of speech and varied meanings and with all its derivatives. Words that are likely to baffle the reader in sense or structure are illustrated with good examples. But the crowning feature is the translation, the Tamil rendering of every word with its connotations and denotations, in good modern popular Tamil - something that not merely enlightens, but exhilarates you, as well.
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