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பசும்பொன் முத்துராமலிங்க தேவர் - [Pasumpon Muthuramalinga Thevar] by Guhan

முத்துராமலிங்கத் தேவர் (அக்டோபர் 30, 1908 – அக்டோபர் 30, 1963) தென் தமிழகத்தில் இராமநாதபுரம் மாவட்டம், பசும்பொன் எனும் சிற்றூரில் பிறந்தவர். ஆன்மிகவாதியாகவும் சாதி எதிர்ப்புப் போராளியாகவும் சுதந்திரப் போராட்டத் தியாகியாகவும் விளங்கியவர். நேதாஜி சுபாஷ் சந்திர போசின் தலைமையில் பிரித்தானிய அரசை எதிர்த்த இந்திய தேசிய இராணுவத்திற்கு தமிழகத்திலிருந்து பெரும் படையை திரட்டி அனுப்பிய பெருமை இவரைச் சாரும். தலைசிறந்த பேச்சாளராகவும் ஆன்மீகவாதியாகவும் திகழ்ந்த இவரது பிறந்த நாளை அரசு விழாவாக தமிழக அரசு பசும்பொன்னில் வருடந்தோறும் கொண்டாடி வருகின்றது. பசும்பொன்னில் மூன்று நாட்கள் கோலாகலமாக நடக்கும் தேவர் குருபூஜை விழாவில் தமிழகத்தின் பல்வேறு பகுதிகளிலிருந்தும் லட்சக்கணக்கான மக்கள் கலந்து கொண்டு பால்க்குடம் எடுத்தல், அலகு குத்துதல், முளைப்பாரி செலுத்துதல், முடிக்காணிக்கை செலுத்துதல், பொங்கல் வைத்தல், தீச்சட்டி செலுத்துதல், அபிஷேகம் செய்தல் ஆகிய செயல்களின் மூலம் தேவரை வணங்குகின்றனர். மேலும் பல்வேறு அரசியல் கட்சிகளின் தலைவர்களும் தமிழக அமைச்சர்களும் வருடம்தோறும் கலந்துகொண்டு தேவரை வணங்குகின்றனர்.
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Chang and Eng Bunker (May 11, – January 17, ) were Siamese- American conjoined .. Today, direct descendants of Chang and Eng's 21 children number over 1, Much of the extended family still lives in western North Carolina.
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The fruitful sex lives of the original Siamese twins

Intrigued by their strange nature and having already met them, he wrote about their personal life and some of the difficulties they were facing to overcome living in a state such as theirs. By doing this, Twain comically is depicting the idea of two linked but incompatible selves, all to show the need for unity in a time where unity was nowhere to be found. And their story was as strange as is their nature. The twins got married, had a bunch of children and became slave owners themselves. If only their walls could tell stories or their double king-sized bed for that matter… Fortunately, their fame did. Photograph showing Chang and Eng Bunker their two sons. The twins defied all the previously known science to humankind.

The original Siamese twins really were from Siam. When Chang and Eng Bunker were born in in a small town near Bangkok, they were medical marvels. The twins had fully formed, completely separate bodies, connected only by a small, four-inch bridge of flesh that ran between their stomachs. Indeed, in this, they almost succeeded. When he saw the two brothers swimming in the river, he thought at first that he was seeing a mythological creature in the flesh.

Updated November 14, In , on the floor of a fishing boat in a small Thai village, brothers Chang and Eng were born joined at the chest. They lived full and adventurous lives, travelling through Europe and America with their famous stage show, giving the world the term "Siamese twins". But Chang's great-grandson, Jim Haynes, said when the brothers were born, the villagers first saw them as a bad omen. That reaction was not uncommon. Since medieval times, conjoined twins have been seen as the work of the devil, and the medical community's instinct has been to separate them. As young boys Chang and Eng soon learned to run, play and swim together, and were just as nimble as other children.

From the king's court to the freak show

By Larry Getlen. While the concept of conjoined twins — two independent people permanently joined as one — is intriguing for many reasons, few aspects spur as much curiosity as how two such people live romantic, sexual lives. Upon their arrival, they were subject to countless medical inquiries. The brothers gained fame as freaks, and saw opportunity as Americans. After a decade on the sideshow circuit, having saved some money, they retired, bought land in North Carolina, and set out to create lives for themselves as proper Southern gentlemen. They bought property, became US citizens, and even took on slaves — ironic, considering that throughout their early lives here, many questioned whether, despite their firm denials, they were slaves themselves. In , Chang and Eng married, respectively, sisters Adelaide and Sarah Yates, daughters of a respected local landowner.

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    Conjoined twins Chang and Eng Bunker were born in Siam in Andrew Orser's new book, “The Lives of Chang & Eng,” the Bunkers, born in Siam Enlarge Image The Bunker Siamese twins with their wives, who were.

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