Jaya Jaya Shankara Hara Hara Shankara,
We have quite a lot of Sri Periyava related Tamizh articles published frequently in this blog. You will see for every single Tamizh post non-tamizh readers asking for translation. So far, we have been doing adhoc translation asking volunteers to translate when (after) the post is published. Shri. Krishna, Shri BN Mama, and self do these translations based on our bandwidth but still handful of articles miss out on translations.
With sizable number of Periyava Mahimai newsletters and Darisana Anubhavangal (Personal Experiences) lined up and ready to be published over a period of time it will be nice to have a set of volunteers to help with this kainkaryam seva. This way posts can be published along with the translation. A very good Sath Karma where we gain the Punniayam for indulging non-tamizh readers in Periyava Bhakthi and Smaranai for every article that is published. If you have some time on your hands please do consider volunteering, if we form a small team it will really be beneficial for all. Please send in your response to email@example.com so I can start streamlining this. We will also ensure no one is overloaded with stuff 🙂
Thank you very much. Periyava Thiruvadi Saranam! Ram Ram