Sahadeva's journey with the "Arugar" and the Kaniyan Avatar he has taken helps him to
find his "sol". So far, chapter 20 is the best to describe the profound knowledge of Sahadeva. I like Sindhurar's interpretation of Gnana. That sentence really haunted me for a while by repeating and trying to break and rejoin the meaning.
Another interesting aspect of this chapter is about the "Velaparpanar" who have determined to record the knowledge in all the disciplines even when shunned by the Vaidhika followers. I am reminded of Thomas Cahill's Irish monks who saved the Latin literature by scribing. ( How the Irish saved civilization by Thomas Cahill). The list of books scribed and preserved by the "Velaparpanar" is amazing. The credit of course goes to King Nala who supported the movement of scribing and preserving the ancient knowledge.
Another pearl of wisdom comes from Vahnar when he tries to convince Sahadeva to apply the "Sol" to give a form to his knowledge. Another best one is his saying "Thousands and thousands of epics are still written because there is something unique about every woman that is being discovered"!
Thanks for the superb writing and for sharing the "Sol" thru Sahadeva.