Which is the Oldest Indian Language? ...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2417 Mar 1, 2014
Vinod S wrote:
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Fools are everywhare recently your andra mp made the statue for the italian a offered a prayer too. hope you are aware.
no people in the world are not as mad and as fools as tamils,yes in telangana they just built a small cardboard temple and put sonia photo and respected her,bcoz she is the reason for the bifurcation of telangana,but ur tamil fools build temples for cine actress and offered prayers to them,can i ask what kind of prayers would u do to them,what do u ask from those actress? Mad Fools
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2418 Mar 1, 2014
CIVAN wrote:
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Naveen Fool... Do not spread fake information. Tamil Early incription 6 - 7th century BCE.& Bhattiprolu 4th century BCE Finaly Ashoka 250-232 BCE.
Tell me Which is the Oldest Indian Language? Sanskrit Vs Tamil ( Note - Sanskrit no native script )
FYI
1.The best-known Brahmi inscriptions are the rock-cut edicts of Ashoka in north-central India, dated to 250-232 BCE.
2..There have been claims that fragments of Brami epigraphy found in Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka date as far back as the 5th or 6th century BCE. Recent claims for earlier dates include fragments of pottery from the trading town of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka, which have been dated to the early 4th century BCE; from Bhattiprolu and on pieces of pottery in Adichanallur, Tamil Nadu, which were associated with radiocarbon dates to the 6th century BCE. The claimed pre-Ashokan Bhattiprolu and Adichanallur inscriptions have been widely reported in the press, but do not appear to have been academically published so far. Saloman recognized the potential significance of the Anuradhapura inscriptions with respect to dating the origin of Brahmi but was cautious in accepting the early dates
early tamil inscriptions which introduced by ashoka at 250 b.c.are the only early tamil brahmi also which was not totally developed script too, tamil inscriptions found in srilanka,malaysia,thailand bcoz of the chola,pallavas rule after 1000 a.d. Those r never old as 1000 a.d. Fake tamil
Indian

Ashburn, VA

#2419 Mar 1, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Facts about tamilnadu; Ancient tamil nadu was formed by North indians and North west indians and Andhras at 300 b.c.. Cholas are vellalars of north india established chola empire,Cheras r north indians who are ancient sinhaleese, Pandyas r devars of north west india established the first kingdom at 300 b.c in tamil region. Pallavas r andhras from palnadu in guntoor district. Medieval tamilnadu was formed by medieval cholas are telugus. Nayaks r telugus.where are pure tamils and tamil kingdoms here? Origin less tamil fools, Agasthya a north indian created tamil language and migrated to extreme south with 48000 vellalars of north india. Ancient jains from north india also contributed to tamil grammer,Tamil grammer which is a mass copy of vedas by north indians like agasthya and ancient jains. Tamil is a very new and youngest language infront of great legendary sanskrit. Most of sanskrit influence also found in tamil,and other languages of india. Sanskrit is the mother of all indian languages. Totally tamilnadu is fake and tamil history,language was created by north indians and andhras. No tamil tribes r mentioned in original vedas, puranas. The greater andhras r mentioned in every vedas,puranas,mahabharatha,and ramayana which written between 1500 to 700 b.c. These tamils only proud of nothing than grammer which too created by north indians. Andhra is the only ancient tribe and only native people of south india. These north and north west indians like cholas,cheras,pandyas,agastya, taken sanskrit grammer with them and modified in tamil. Before 300 b.c. There was no tamil and tamil kingdoms in south india whole south india belong to andhras. Early tamil inscriptions 250 b.c. The early tamil brahmi scrit was introduced by ashoka at 250 b.c. Early telgu bhattiprolu inscriptions at 400 b.c. Which is the mother of tamil script too. Number of great legends born from andhra/telugu, tamils r lazys no great people born in tamilnadu. Tamilnadu is a big joke,Tamils are fake lazys originless fools
. SANSKRIT is oldest followed by TELUGU,TAMIL,KANNADA
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2420 Mar 1, 2014
These tamils are fake in everything,written all fake information in their every wikis,originless tamil fools, in cine industry also they said 20 crore begging budget movie as 60 crore budget. 50 crore gross movie as 150 crores gross, fake fellows
jacob tirunelveli

Bangalore, India

#2421 Mar 1, 2014
tamil is the oldest language in the world. tamil writting scripts introduced in 11000bc. prakrit writting scripts introduced in 1000bc. sanskrit writting scripts introduced in 240bc. telugu was recognised as an official language of andra in 350 ad only. telugu people have no history. because they are born for the devadasis used by rajputs and tamil chola. their birth itself is illegal. they cant claim tamils history only because tamil cholas used telugu devadasi for entertainment.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2422 Mar 1, 2014
jacob tirunelveli wrote:
tamil is the oldest language in the world. tamil writting scripts introduced in 11000bc. prakrit writting scripts introduced in 1000bc. sanskrit writting scripts introduced in 240bc. telugu was recognised as an official language of andra in 350 ad only. telugu people have no history. because they are born for the devadasis used by rajputs and tamil chola. their birth itself is illegal. they cant claim tamils history only because tamil cholas used telugu devadasi for entertainment.
no history for tamilnadu before 300 b.c. Tamils r originless fools, tamils r the people genes created by north indians and andhras. Andhras had the outstanding history from thousands of years,tamils r north and north west indians migrated to south india and conquered andhra lands,originless people
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2423 Mar 1, 2014
jacob tirunelveli wrote:
tamil is the oldest language in the world. tamil writting scripts introduced in 11000bc. prakrit writting scripts introduced in 1000bc. sanskrit writting scripts introduced in 240bc. telugu was recognised as an official language of andra in 350 ad only. telugu people have no history. because they are born for the devadasis used by rajputs and tamil chola. their birth itself is illegal. they cant claim tamils history only because tamil cholas used telugu devadasi for entertainment.
Tamil language 250 b.c. Tamil grammer was modified grammer from north indians like agasthya,sidhars,and jains. Fool, Sanskrit is very older than prakrit, prakrit was derived from sanskrit
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2424 Mar 1, 2014
jacob tirunelveli wrote:
tamil is the oldest language in the world. tamil writting scripts introduced in 11000bc. prakrit writting scripts introduced in 1000bc. sanskrit writting scripts introduced in 240bc. telugu was recognised as an official language of andra in 350 ad only. telugu people have no history. because they are born for the devadasis used by rajputs and tamil chola. their birth itself is illegal. they cant claim tamils history only because tamil cholas used telugu devadasi for entertainment.
Fool, Telugu was the official language from 250 b.c. Shatavahana official language was telugu and sanskrit at 250 b.c.
Molassi

Topsham, ME

#2425 Mar 1, 2014
Hmm ... I stumbled on this site somewhat accidentally. There seems to be some antagonism here Tamils, Telugus, Sanskrit etc. I believe that Tamil and Telugu (and Kannada and Malyalam for that matter) are just the same. In those days even small distances were huge distances. But surprisingly the structure of these languages are just the same I would venture to say. Sanskit and Hindi seem to be very distant. You just do not have to very far. Just count one to hundred in Tamil Malayalam, Telugu or Kannada. Or just try to find words for father, mother, brother, sister. Or just try to say "here, there, where" etc etc. Kings came and went. Kings and queens marry from other families of kings and queens. So, the Pallavas could have been Telugu's and the Chola's could have been Telugu's as well. But the basic language and the basic south Indian people are just one and the same.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2426 Mar 1, 2014
Molassi wrote:
Hmm ... I stumbled on this site somewhat accidentally. There seems to be some antagonism here Tamils, Telugus, Sanskrit etc. I believe that Tamil and Telugu (and Kannada and Malyalam for that matter) are just the same. In those days even small distances were huge distances. But surprisingly the structure of these languages are just the same I would venture to say. Sanskit and Hindi seem to be very distant. You just do not have to very far. Just count one to hundred in Tamil Malayalam, Telugu or Kannada. Or just try to find words for father, mother, brother, sister. Or just try to say "here, there, where" etc etc. Kings came and went. Kings and queens marry from other families of kings and queens. So, the Pallavas could have been Telugu's and the Chola's could have been Telugu's as well. But the basic language and the basic south Indian people are just one and the same.
no, tamils r the genes created by north indians and andhras, tamil and tamilnadu is just old as 300 b.c. Before the 3 early north indian kingdoms to tamilnadu area there was no people called tamil tribes,the whole south india belongs to andhras and andhras r the ancestors of native south indians,the south tamilnadu also dominated by telugu people
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2427 Mar 1, 2014
Molassi wrote:
Hmm ... I stumbled on this site somewhat accidentally. There seems to be some antagonism here Tamils, Telugus, Sanskrit etc. I believe that Tamil and Telugu (and Kannada and Malyalam for that matter) are just the same. In those days even small distances were huge distances. But surprisingly the structure of these languages are just the same I would venture to say. Sanskit and Hindi seem to be very distant. You just do not have to very far. Just count one to hundred in Tamil Malayalam, Telugu or Kannada. Or just try to find words for father, mother, brother, sister. Or just try to say "here, there, where" etc etc. Kings came and went. Kings and queens marry from other families of kings and queens. So, the Pallavas could have been Telugu's and the Chola's could have been Telugu's as well. But the basic language and the basic south Indian people are just one and the same.
most of the castes in tamilnadu,kerala,karnataka and some north indian states are from the andhra origin and telugu origin,telugus also traced to harappan culture no these origin less tamils and cultureless tamils
Vinod S

Bangalore, India

#2428 Mar 2, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> no people in the world are not as mad and as fools as tamils,yes in telangana they just built a small cardboard temple and put sonia photo and respected her,bcoz she is the reason for the bifurcation of telangana,but ur tamil fools build temples for cine actress and offered prayers to them,can i ask what kind of prayers would u do to them,what do u ask from those actress? Mad Fools
whatever it is the scenario is diff but the concept is same.
There was a equivalent protest for that temple. but you fools have no protest nothing. and the italian who is responsible for andra separation. shame on your andra people.
CIVAN

Dubai, UAE

#2429 Mar 2, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> tamil grammer was totally mass copied from vedas by north indians like agasthya,and ancient jains,siddhars migrated from ancient north india and modified the copied sanskrit literature into tamil grammer, the tamil or tamil land didn't have any kind of history before 300 b.c.
Fool ,

Tell Me ,

Sanskrit - No native script , How it is possible we copied ,,,,

Naveen Fool ..... we Have sangam Literature But Sanskrit do nat have tamil ettu thogai , Thirukkural ..etc..

Neveen Fool .....do not write flase information.

Tell Me ....Which script wriitten ?

Tamil Grammar Vs Sanskrit Grammar both are diffrent grammar Book ..Mind It.

Indu civilazation Tamil Civilation North & Poompukar 11500 Years Bc Soth India

So All over india Ancient Time Tamil Only Communication Lanhuage .
CIVAN

Dubai, UAE

#2430 Mar 3, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> early tamil inscriptions which introduced by ashoka at 250 b.c.are the only early tamil brahmi also which was not totally developed script too, tamil inscriptions found in srilanka,malaysia,thailand bcoz of the chola,pallavas rule after 1000 a.d. Those r never old as 1000 a.d. Fake tamil
Now Naveen Fool & Fake ,

U Said Neve old as 1000 A.D , How found the A broken storage jar with inscriptions in Tamil Brahmi script in Quseir-al-Qadim,(Leukos Limen) Egypt, 1st century BCE. Two earlier Tamil Brahmi inscription discoveries at the same site, 1st century CE. The inscriped text is (paanai oRi) which means 'pot suspended in a rope net'. &
An inscribed amphora fragment in Tamil at the ancient Ptolemic-Roman settlement of Berenice Troglodytica, Egypt, 1st century BCE- 1st century CE

Navven Mutta Fool....

Example - Now scientifically proved Indu vellay Civilazation belongs to Tamil , It is North India & Poompukar south india 11500 Years before , It is MEANS North & South belong to Tamil People .

1.The oldest dated Tamil Brahmi inscription in the world has been found in Palani in Southern India scientifically dated to 540 BCE - the oldest known Brahmi inscriptions on the Indian sub-continent.

2.The best-known Brahmi inscriptions are the rock-cut edicts of Ashoka in north-central India, dated to 250-232 BCE.

3.There have been claims that fragments of Brami epigraphy found in Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka date as far back as the 5th or 6th century BCE. Recent claims for earlier dates include fragments of pottery from the trading town of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka, which have been dated to the early 4th century BCE; from Bhattiprolu and on pieces of pottery in Adichanallur, Tamil Nadu, which were associated with radiocarbon dates to the 6th century BCE. The claimed pre-Ashokan Bhattiprolu and Adichanallur inscriptions have been widely reported in the press, but do not appear to have been academically published so far. Saloman recognized the potential significance of the Anuradhapura inscriptions with respect to dating the origin of Brahmi but was cautious in accepting the early dates.

Finaly Telugu Language , Grammar , Literature & Music all copy cat of Tamil & Sanskrit.
Vinod S

Bangalore, India

#2431 Mar 3, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
These tamils are fake in everything,written all fake information in their every wikis,originless tamil fools, in cine industry also they said 20 crore begging budget movie as 60 crore budget. 50 crore gross movie as 150 crores gross, fake fellows
Naveen Fool-LU mean minded fellow-LU, u r a filmi minded and film crazy fellow. did u pass ur schooling or in each and every standard u took pass TC for promotion? really i dont know what is the problem with you. you talk the same thing like the mad dog which barks in the same tone. Did any Tamil guy kick you ass? and is your ass still burning? if so we are very sorry for that.
nayak

Bangalore, India

#2432 Mar 3, 2014
Tamil is at least 20,000 years old (kumari kandam civilisation)
Pallavs ,Cholas,Cheras,Pandyas all are Tamils

Telugu fools have no history.Telugu script and language was developed
during chalukya period Chalukyas were rajputs

Telugu fools are proud of vijaynagar empire. early vijaynagar kings were kannadas and later king krishnadevaraya belonged to tuluva community

early telugu writers Nannaya and Palkuriki Somanatha were not telugus

Telugus are big fools
telangana

Bangalore, India

#2434 Mar 3, 2014
telugu is pleasant and old language
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2435 Mar 3, 2014
Vinod S wrote:
<quoted text>
whatever it is the scenario is diff but the concept is same.
There was a equivalent protest for that temple. but you fools have no protest nothing. and the italian who is responsible for andra separation. shame on your andra people.
she may be an italian but she is the wife of indian congress leader rajiv gandhi,she is the president of indian national congress party and ur tamilnadu congress party too,now the congress power is running in india,so they have the power to do the things what the people required,but ur tamils builted temples for cine actress what a shame for tamil beggars thu.....
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2436 Mar 3, 2014
CIVAN wrote:
<quoted text>
Fool ,
Tell Me ,
Sanskrit - No native script , How it is possible we copied ,,,,
Naveen Fool ..... we Have sangam Literature But Sanskrit do nat have tamil ettu thogai , Thirukkural ..etc..
Neveen Fool .....do not write flase information.
Tell Me ....Which script wriitten ?
Tamil Grammar Vs Sanskrit Grammar both are diffrent grammar Book ..Mind It.
Indu civilazation Tamil Civilation North & Poompukar 11500 Years Bc Soth India
So All over india Ancient Time Tamil Only Communication Lanhuage .
civan fool, ur tamil grammer was written by north indians like agasthya,siddhars and jains,beggar ur tamil and tamilnadu was just old as 300 b.c. That too established by north and north west indians
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2437 Mar 3, 2014
CIVAN wrote:
<quoted text>
Now Naveen Fool & Fake ,
U Said Neve old as 1000 A.D , How found the A broken storage jar with inscriptions in Tamil Brahmi script in Quseir-al-Qadim,(Leukos Limen) Egypt, 1st century BCE. Two earlier Tamil Brahmi inscription discoveries at the same site, 1st century CE. The inscriped text is (paanai oRi) which means 'pot suspended in a rope net'. &
An inscribed amphora fragment in Tamil at the ancient Ptolemic-Roman settlement of Berenice Troglodytica, Egypt, 1st century BCE- 1st century CE
Navven Mutta Fool....
Example - Now scientifically proved Indu vellay Civilazation belongs to Tamil , It is North India & Poompukar south india 11500 Years before , It is MEANS North & South belong to Tamil People .
1.The oldest dated Tamil Brahmi inscription in the world has been found in Palani in Southern India scientifically dated to 540 BCE - the oldest known Brahmi inscriptions on the Indian sub-continent.
2.The best-known Brahmi inscriptions are the rock-cut edicts of Ashoka in north-central India, dated to 250-232 BCE.
3.There have been claims that fragments of Brami epigraphy found in Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka date as far back as the 5th or 6th century BCE. Recent claims for earlier dates include fragments of pottery from the trading town of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka, which have been dated to the early 4th century BCE; from Bhattiprolu and on pieces of pottery in Adichanallur, Tamil Nadu, which were associated with radiocarbon dates to the 6th century BCE. The claimed pre-Ashokan Bhattiprolu and Adichanallur inscriptions have been widely reported in the press, but do not appear to have been academically published so far. Saloman recognized the potential significance of the Anuradhapura inscriptions with respect to dating the origin of Brahmi but was cautious in accepting the early dates.
Finaly Telugu Language , Grammar , Literature & Music all copy cat of Tamil & Sanskrit.
civan fool, Tamil early inscriptions 250 b.c. U find tamil inscriptions in egypt dated to 100 b.c. Bcoz the cholas and pandyas had trade with egyptians,tamilnadu didnot had any history before 300 b.c. That history and language too created by north indians

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