U.S. Ambassador views rare Sri Lankan artifacts preserved with Rs. 4 million grant

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Sept 23, Colombo: The United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka Michele Sison visited the Yatala Museum today to view rare antiquities found during the excavations of Yatala Dagaba, which were preserved with a $30,000 grant from the Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation.

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Siva Sankaran Sarma

Melbourne, Australia

#23 Oct 1, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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but what you are suggesting is that Singha, Sinha, Simha, Si'ha, Singh etc etc etc mean LION in Sanskrit but that the Sanskrit word came from Chinkam in Tamil.
That is what you said. That Sinha came from Chinkal meaning red soil.
Whereas any sane, average intelligance person with even a limited knowledge of language will tell you that Sinha came from the Sanskrit word LION.
So where the hell did you ascertain that Sinha came from Chinkal.
Now back peddle away Siva - we have all the time in world!!
Learn Tamil and then you will know the difference and the meanings. Tamil hating Sinhala
CrimeaRiver

London, UK

#24 Oct 1, 2013
Siva Sankaran Sarma wrote:
<quoted text>Learn Tamil and then you will know the difference and the meanings. Tamil hating Sinhala
So you still maitain that the term Sinha-la came from the Tamil word Chinkalam (red soil) and not the Sanskrit word Sim'ha (meaning Lion)?

Please say you maintain this idiotic belief because that will put the final nail in the coffin of Siva's intellectual facade.
siva sankaran sarma

Sri Lanka

#26 Oct 1, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
<quoted text>
So you still maitain that the term Sinha-la came from the Tamil word Chinkalam (red soil) and not the Sanskrit word Sim'ha (meaning Lion)?
Please say you maintain this idiotic belief because that will put the final nail in the coffin of Siva's intellectual facade.
sinhalese racist dog
learn Tamil and you will know all laguages arose from Tamil
For example the english sentence
Thalaivar lay down on the ground and worshipped and begged for mercy comes from Tamil
This other sentence is also clearly Tamil
Thalaivar got his head opened with the axe of eelam
CrimeaRiver

London, UK

#28 Oct 1, 2013
siva sankaran sarma wrote:
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sinhalese racist dog
learn Tamil and you will know all laguages arose from Tamil
For example the english sentence
Thalaivar lay down on the ground and worshipped and begged for mercy comes from Tamil
This other sentence is also clearly Tamil
Thalaivar got his head opened with the axe of eelam
lolol - now this is hilarious. Look at the history of the word Pariah. The word was coined by the British when they encountered the word in Sri Lanka where it was used to describe Tamils

Word History: pa•ri•ah (p&#601;&#712;ra&# 618; &#601;)

n.
1. outcast.

2. any person or animal that is generally despised or avoided.

[1605–15 < Tamil pa&#7775;aiyar, pl. of pa&#7775;aiyan member of a low caste in S India, literally, drummer (from a hereditary duty of the caste)

ahahaha - thats why we call you para demalu
CrimeaRiver

London, UK

#29 Oct 1, 2013
siva sankaran sarma wrote:
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sinhalese racist dog
learn Tamil and you will know all laguages arose from Tamil
For example the english sentence
Thalaivar lay down on the ground and worshipped and begged for mercy comes from Tamil
This other sentence is also clearly Tamil
Thalaivar got his head opened with the axe of eelam
The phrase "structural genocide" is a purely Tamil term and is thought to be derived from the 1990's where the Pariah Tamils ethnically cleansed all Sinhalese and Muslims from the North of Sri Lanka.

The term 'traditional homeland' is also attributed to the Tamils of Sri Lanka whose origins are found in Tamil Nadu.

But only the Tamils of Sri Lanka talk of traditional homelands in Sri Lanka even though they came from South India.

And finally the phrase 'bogus asylum seeker' is a derivative of the Tamil phrase Naan asylum théduréan (naan asylum thedurean)
Siva Sankaran Sarma

Melbourne, Australia

#30 Oct 1, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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lolol - now this is hilarious. Look at the history of the word Pariah. The word was coined by the British when they encountered the word in Sri Lanka where it was used to describe Tamils
Word History: pa•ri•ah (p&#601;&#712;ra&# 618; &#601;)
n.
1. outcast.
2. any person or animal that is generally despised or avoided.
[1605–15 < Tamil pa&#7775;aiyar, pl. of pa&#7775;aiyan member of a low caste in S India, literally, drummer (from a hereditary duty of the caste)
ahahaha - thats why we call you para demalu
Yes Yes very hilarious as you and most Sinhalese are Pariahs too,as most Sinhalese are descended from Pariahs/Sakkilis and other Tamil Dalits importd by the Portuguese and Dutch colonials. Yes agree with you very hilarious and Puke's best friend in Canada racist asylum seeking Harini who like you accused Tamil of being a Pariah is a real life Parrachchi a Berewa. Very funny that is why I always call you a Para Chinkalla Chori Nai( Mangy Sinhalese outcaste or mongrel)
CrimeaRiver

London, UK

#31 Oct 1, 2013
Siva Sankaran Sarma wrote:
<quoted text>Yes Yes very hilarious as you and most Sinhalese are Pariahs too,as most Sinhalese are descended from Pariahs/Sakkilis and other Tamil Dalits importd by the Portuguese and Dutch colonials. Yes agree with you very hilarious and Puke's best friend in Canada racist asylum seeking Harini who like you accused Tamil of being a Pariah is a real life Parrachchi a Berewa. Very funny that is why I always call you a Para Chinkalla Chori Nai( Mangy Sinhalese outcaste or mongrel)
But you don't seem to understand the gravity of the word.

It was a word used to describe the Tamils by the Sinhalese. Tamils were considered unwanted strangers. The Word 'Stranger' in French is Etranger which also describes an immigrant.

So Tamils were considered unwanted immigrants.

The British then used this word to describe the labourers brought in.

The British then brought the word back with them to Britain where is continues to mean an unwanted / unloved people.

Robert Know also described the Tamils as Malabars, immigrants from the Malabar region of South West India
Siva Sankaran Sarma

Melbourne, Australia

#32 Oct 1, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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But you don't seem to understand the gravity of the word.
It was a word used to describe the Tamils by the Sinhalese. Tamils were considered unwanted strangers. The Word 'Stranger' in French is Etranger which also describes an immigrant.
So Tamils were considered unwanted immigrants.
The British then used this word to describe the labourers brought in.
The British then brought the word back with them to Britain where is continues to mean an unwanted / unloved people.
Robert Know also described the Tamils as Malabars, immigrants from the Malabar region of South West India
We also consider Sinhalese as unwanted strangers in Eelam Tamil lands. That is why we always call you as Para Chingkall Nai( foreign mongrel or out caste Sinhalese dogs). Good we are unwanted in your lands and you are unwanted in our lands. So we should separate. We are Para Demala to you ( foreign Tamils) and you are Para Chingkala Nai to us ( foreign Sinhalese mongrel outcaste dogs)
Siva Sankaran Sarma

Melbourne, Australia

#33 Oct 1, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
<quoted text>
But you don't seem to understand the gravity of the word.
It was a word used to describe the Tamils by the Sinhalese. Tamils were considered unwanted strangers. The Word 'Stranger' in French is Etranger which also describes an immigrant.
So Tamils were considered unwanted immigrants.
The British then used this word to describe the labourers brought in.
The British then brought the word back with them to Britain where is continues to mean an unwanted / unloved people.
Robert Know also described the Tamils as Malabars, immigrants from the Malabar region of South West India
ROber Know never said anything like that. Malabars are definitely from SW India but not Tamils this it self proves that he is wrong if he stated this. This is because the closeness of Malayalees to the Tamils in looks culture and language than most westerners of that era who were familiar with them always mistook the Tamils for Malabars . Lastly during Robet Knox's time the language of Kerala was not the modern Malayalam but a Tamil-Malayalam dialect written in the Tamil script very much resembling Tamil
CrimeaRiver

London, UK

#34 Oct 1, 2013
Siva Sankaran Sarma wrote:
<quoted text>We also consider Sinhalese as unwanted strangers in Eelam Tamil lands. That is why we always call you as Para Chingkall Nai( foreign mongrel or out caste Sinhalese dogs). Good we are unwanted in your lands and you are unwanted in our lands. So we should separate. We are Para Demala to you ( foreign Tamils) and you are Para Chingkala Nai to us ( foreign Sinhalese mongrel outcaste dogs)
but the difference is that we have a land and you do not.
Siva Sankaran Sarma

Melbourne, Australia

#35 Oct 2, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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but the difference is that we have a land and you do not.
Yes you have a land in the south of the island but thanks to the British and now the Indians, are stealing ours in the north and east and trying to change history and claim it as your. That is the difference.
CrimeaRiver

London, UK

#36 Oct 2, 2013
Siva Sankaran Sarma wrote:
<quoted text>Yes you have a land in the south of the island but thanks to the British and now the Indians, are stealing ours in the north and east and trying to change history and claim it as your. That is the difference.
There has been no Tamil Land in Sri Lanka for centuries, if at all.

Get over it! you're not getting it back
Siva Sankaran Sarma

Melbourne, Australia

#37 Oct 3, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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There has been no Tamil Land in Sri Lanka for centuries, if at all.
Get over it! you're not getting it back
We do not care for the ravings and ranting of Sinhalese racist and a parasite that is living the good life in the west. Racists like you will always deny the existence of Tamils, why even your own family's recent immigrant Indian Tamil origin. You get over It? We will get it back.
Kaboom tamule

Ottawa, Canada

#38 Oct 3, 2013
Siva Sankaran Sarma wrote:
<quoted text>We do not care for the ravings and ranting of Sinhalese racist and a parasite that is living the good life in the west. Racists like you will always deny the existence of Tamils, why even your own family's recent immigrant Indian Tamil origin. You get over It? We will get it back.
try to get your balls back first. you ponna paka demala white sakkiliya.
Kaboom tamule

Ottawa, Canada

#39 Oct 3, 2013
Siva Sankaran Sarma wrote:
<quoted text>We do not care for the ravings and ranting of Sinhalese racist and a parasite that is living the good life in the west. Racists like you will always deny the existence of Tamils, why even your own family's recent immigrant Indian Tamil origin. You get over It? We will get it back.
blow up your sisters puk hole you kari tamule vesi. LOL you pakayo ran like kari ballo. what sakkili tribe of killer vesige hutho.
CrimeaRiver

London, UK

#40 Oct 4, 2013
Siva Sankaran Sarma wrote:
<quoted text>We do not care for the ravings and ranting of Sinhalese racist and a parasite that is living the good life in the west. Racists like you will always deny the existence of Tamils, why even your own family's recent immigrant Indian Tamil origin. You get over It? We will get it back.
I am Sinhala to the core whatever you say, i know my history and can trace it back many many centuries. We have artefacts and tomes of family history. You can't tell me where i'm from you Dalit.

Tamils are universally known for being the lowest of the Indian communities. You are considered the ugliest and lowest.

Thats why so many came to sri lanka and now want a homeland there, because you're indian masters rejected you many centuries ago

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