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The Second Sangam period or Middle Sangam Period (Tamil: இடை சங்கம்) (Malayalam: ഇടക്കാല സംഘം), or the Second Academy, was a legendary period in the history of Ancient Tamil land said to be the foremost of Tamil Sangams, known in the Tamil language as கூடல் (kooṭal).wikipedia
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Tamil Sangams

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The Second Sangam period or Middle Sangam Period (Tamil: இடை சங்கம்) (Malayalam: ഇടക്കാല സംഘം), or the Second Academy, was a legendary period in the history of Ancient Tamil land said to be the foremost of Tamil Sangams, known in the Tamil language as கூடல் (kooṭal). It was the second of the three Tamil Sangams of Classical Tamil literature.

Agattiyam

Akattiyam
The grammar followed was Budapuranam, Agattiyam, Tholkappiyam, Mapuranam and Isai Nunukkam.
Tolkappiyar is believed to have lived during the Second Sangam and to be the author of the Tolkappiyam that has survived.

First Sangam

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The primary factors leading to the formation of the Middle Sangam period was mentioned in the Iraiyanar Kalaviyal which mentions the kingdom of a King named Kandungon who was the last ruler during the First Sangam.
This led to the Middle Sangam period.

Tamil language

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The Second Sangam period or Middle Sangam Period (Tamil: இடை சங்கம்) (Malayalam: ഇടക്കാല സംഘം), or the Second Academy, was a legendary period in the history of Ancient Tamil land said to be the foremost of Tamil Sangams, known in the Tamil language as கூடல் (kooṭal).

Malayalam

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The Second Sangam period or Middle Sangam Period (Tamil: இடை சங்கம்) (Malayalam: ഇടക്കാല സംഘം), or the Second Academy, was a legendary period in the history of Ancient Tamil land said to be the foremost of Tamil Sangams, known in the Tamil language as கூடல் (kooṭal).

Tamil literature

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It was the second of the three Tamil Sangams of Classical Tamil literature.

Iraiyanar

Iraiyanār
The primary factors leading to the formation of the Middle Sangam period was mentioned in the Iraiyanar Kalaviyal which mentions the kingdom of a King named Kandungon who was the last ruler during the First Sangam.

Kuadam

Kapatapuram
The second Sangam was convened in Kapatapuram.

Budapuranam

The grammar followed was Budapuranam, Agattiyam, Tholkappiyam, Mapuranam and Isai Nunukkam.

Tolkāppiyam

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The grammar followed was Budapuranam, Agattiyam, Tholkappiyam, Mapuranam and Isai Nunukkam.

Mapuranam

The grammar followed was Budapuranam, Agattiyam, Tholkappiyam, Mapuranam and Isai Nunukkam.

Isai Nunukkam

The grammar followed was Budapuranam, Agattiyam, Tholkappiyam, Mapuranam and Isai Nunukkam.

Third Sangam

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The Third Sangam (kaṭaicaṅkam) was purportedly located in the current city of Madurai and lasted for 1850 years.

Madurai

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The Third Sangam (kaṭaicaṅkam) was purportedly located in the current city of Madurai and lasted for 1850 years.

Pandya dynasty

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There were 49 Pandiya kings starting from Mudattirumaran (who came away from Kabadapuram to present Madurai) to Ukkirapperu valudi were descendants and rulers of that period.

Shaivism

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There are a number of other isolated references to the legend of academies at Madurai scattered through Shaivite and Vaishnavite devotional literature throughout later literature.

Vaishnavism

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There are a number of other isolated references to the legend of academies at Madurai scattered through Shaivite and Vaishnavite devotional literature throughout later literature.

Sangam period

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According to Tamil legends, there were three Sangam periods, namely Head Sangam, Middle Sangam and Last Sangam period.

Sangam literature

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