Which is the Oldest Indian Language? ...
Tamil

Adambakkam, India

#3243 Apr 27, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> its same opinion from me about ur tamils, iam getting very bore to talk with tamil morons, all u tamil fools r boring and stupids, u cant understand the facts,u cant hear to other language people,u fanatic people r just like frogs in the well, u dont know anything about other states and peoples,only u tamil fools shouts tamil as a oldest language but nobody will agree it bcoz it clearly shows the sanskrit influence in tamil.tamil and tamilnadu 300 b.c. Only . If u have any doubts about my statements u can do any kind of research about my info then come and ask otherwise shut ur mouths. All the tamil claims are false claims.atleast u wont have ur own history.ur history was totally created by north indians and andhras,tamilnadu a state formed by north indians and telugus. there was no tamil and tamilnadu without them, u people r crossbreed of them. U dont have any kind of history b4 300 b.c. Andhrapradeshies r ur ancestors and for north and south indians. We belong to IVC. Culturally and traditionally we r living much better than other indian states. all other state peoples,neighbour state fools are copying telugu culture from past .
I didt say telegu people are boring, but you are boring.. you keep repeating same old shit, oh you want to do research i can give you 100 thesis papers, names of scholors, historians who say tamil is older than telegu but you just give me 1, who say telegu is older i will shut my mouth or better you shut your all holes and get out of here.
CIVAN

Dubai, UAE

#3244 Apr 27, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> its same opinion from me about ur tamils, iam getting very bore to talk with tamil morons, all u tamil fools r boring and stupids, u cant understand the facts,u cant hear to other language people,u fanatic people r just like frogs in the well, u dont know anything about other states and peoples,only u tamil fools shouts tamil as a oldest language but nobody will agree it bcoz it clearly shows the sanskrit influence in tamil.tamil and tamilnadu 300 b.c. Only . If u have any doubts about my statements u can do any kind of research about my info then come and ask otherwise shut ur mouths. All the tamil claims are false claims.atleast u wont have ur own history.ur history was totally created by north indians and andhras,tamilnadu a state formed by north indians and telugus. there was no tamil and tamilnadu without them, u people r crossbreed of them. U dont have any kind of history b4 300 b.c. Andhrapradeshies r ur ancestors and for north and south indians. We belong to IVC. Culturally and traditionally we r living much better than other indian states. all other state peoples,neighbour state fools are copying telugu culture from past .
FYI,
TELUGU LANGUAGE HISTROY.
It is possible to identify broadly four stages in the history of the Telugu language.
(1) B.C. 200 -- A.D. 500 -Prakrit and Sanskrit inscriptions found in the Telugu country.
(2) A.D. 500--A.D.1100 -first complete Telugu inscription belongs to the Renati Cholas, found in Erragudipadu, Kamalapuram taluk of Cuddapah district and assigned to about A.D. 575.
(3) A.D. 1100--A.D.1400 and
(4) A.D. 1400--A.D.1900.
During the first phase, we only come across names of places and personal names of Telugu in Prakrit and Sanskrit inscriptions found in the Telugu country. Telugu was exposed to the influence of Prakrit as early as the 3rd century B.C. From this we know that the language of the people was Telugu, although the language of the rulers was different. The first complete Telugu inscription belongs to the Renati Cholas, found in Erragudipadu, Kamalapuram taluk of Cuddapah district and assigned to about A.D. 575. Telugu was exposed to the influence of Sanskrit about this period. It appears that literature also existed in Telugu about the same time, because we find literary style in the inscriptions some three centuries even before Nannaya's (A.D. 1022) Mahabharatam. During the time of Nannaya, the popular language had considerably diverged from the literary language.
In the period A.D. 500--1100, the literary languages confined to the poetic works, flourished in the courts of kings and among scholars. Phonetic changes, which occurred in the popular language, are reflected in the literary language, although the two streams remained apart in grammar and vocabulary. During A.D. 1100--1400 the literary language got stylized and rigid, closing itself from the influence of contemporary spoken language. Ketana (13th century AD), a disciple of Tikkana prohibited the use of spoken words in the poetic works and quoted some spoken forms. During the period A.D. 1400--1900, many changes culminating in today's form of Telugu took place.

From the foregoing overview of the history of the Telugu language, one can see that what we now use as modern standard Telugu, had its beginnings in the spoken variety, right from the 10th century A.D. The language was progressively enriched by contact with Sanskrit, Prakrit, Tamil ,Urdu and English from early times. etc
CIVAN

Dubai, UAE

#3245 Apr 27, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> fool, i told about the tribal people languages of andhra. Telugu is the major language so tribal languages r not developing, only remained for some comunities, they as well know telugu also, they can speak telugu and their tribal language, some tribal languages have script also
FYI,
TAMIL LITERATURE ( Sangam Literature - more than 3,00,000 Olai suvadi & rock inscription) 5000 years old.
Literature
http://www.aponline.gov.in/quick%20links/hist...
above web site AP goverment site Ref.
Telugu literature is generally divided into six periods, viz.,
(1) the pre-Nannaya period (up to A.D. 1020),
(2) the Age of the Puranas (1020--1400),
(3) the Age of Srinatha (1400--1510),
(4) the Age of the Prabandhas (1510--1600),
(5) the Southern period (1600--1820), and
(6) the Modern Period (after 1820).
In the earliest period there were only inscriptions from A.D. 575 onwards. Nannaya's (1022--1063) translation of the Sanskrit Mahabharata into Telugu is the piece of Telugu literature as yet discovered. The diction is so masterly that historians think that there must have been earlier works in Telugu. After the death of Nannaya, there was a kind of social and religious revolution in the Telugu country.
Virasaivism propagated bhakti towards Siva as the only means of attaining salvation. Tikkana (13th century) and Yerrana (14th century) continued the translation of the Mahabharata started by Nannaya. Yerrana was also a devotee of Siva. Quite a few poets continued writing in Telugu and we come to the age of Srinatha.
During this period, some Telugu poets translated Sanskrit poems and dramas, while others attempted original narrative poems. The popular Telugu literary form called the Prabandha, was evolved during this period. Srinatha (1365--1441) was the foremost poet, who popularised this style of composition (a story in verse having a tight metrical scheme). Srinatha's, Sringara Naishadham is particularly well-known.
We may also refer to the Ramayana poets in this context. The earliest Ramayana in Telugu is generally known as the Ranganatha Ramayana, though authorised by the chief Gona Buddha Reddi. Then there were the great religious poets like Potana (1450--1510).

Urdu, another important language of the State and spoken by the Muslims is Indian in origin. Though many words in it found their way from the Arabic and Persian, it has always been true to the idiom of the western Hindi dialect. It was ``the language of the Exalted Court'' at Delhi in the Mughal period. It acquired the shortened name `Urdu' and became the handmaid of the Persian culture in India.
The 1981 census recorded 41,69,179 Urdu-speaking persons in the State comprising 21,21,859 males and 20,47,320 females. Hyderabad City, the State's Capital accounted for 35 per cent of the Urdu-speaking people in Hyderabad district, forming over 8 per cent of the population, and came next to Telugu. Guntur, Anantapur and Cuddapah districts also accounted for a sizeable number of Urdu-speaking people. In the Telangana region, the overall proportion of Urdu-speaking people is very high.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#3246 Apr 27, 2014
Civan,From the above link read clearly that telugu existed before 500 b.c. And Yes, we find prakrit and sanskrit inscriptions bcoz those are the early languages of telugu people spoken before 800 b.c. We andhrapradesh people have history and kingdoms b4 800 b.c. But u tamils wont have any language and history b4 300 b.c. Tamil and tamilnadu 300 b.c. Another thing u should have to know is the telugu words r writen in bhattiprolu script b4 400 b.c. In guntur dist, telugu words r writen in greek and other prakrits from b.c. 300 to a.d. 400 kingdoms. this shows telugu existed b4 400 b.c. And u mentioned about the telugu gramer our early gramer was written in sanskrit and prakrit bcoz those are early andhra languages. Sanskrit,prakrit,telugu,and more than 25 another languages belong to ap and created by andhra/telugu people. Sanskrit 1700 b.c. Created by andhrapradesh people at IVC. Andhra prakrit daughter of sanskrit created by andhras b4 800 b.c. Telugu another version created b4 400 b.c. By andhra people. Other more than 25 tribal languages created by andhras after 15 and 1600 a.d. We have many languages in ap but still telugu is the most spoken language in india after the national language hindi , this indicates telugu is the oldest pure language.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#3247 Apr 27, 2014
Tamil wrote:
<quoted text>I didt say telegu people are boring, but you are boring.. you keep repeating same old shit, oh you want to do research i can give you 100 thesis papers, names of scholors, historians who say tamil is older than telegu but you just give me 1, who say telegu is older i will shut my mouth or better you shut your all holes and get out of here.
Robert caldwell stated telugu originated b4 1500 b.c. And the very oldest language And was developed slowly . Even telugu early words mentioned b4 400 b.c. To 400 a.d. in various kingdoms of ap. This simply shows telugu existed b4 400 b.c. Mind it fool, So Shut all ur holes
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#3248 Apr 27, 2014
History of tamilnadu; tamilnadu was formed by north indians who migrated to south and established 3 early empires of tamilnadu. The pandya kingdom was estd by devars of north west india at 300 b.c.. Chola kingdom was estd by vellalars of north india at 300 b.c.. Chera kingdom was estd by ancient sinhalese who had their origins from north india at 300 b.c.. Tamil language was created by agasthya who migrated to south with 40000 vellalars and 18 siddhar families. Tamil was influenced by native sanskrit and telugu from andhrapradesh in south. The tamil language is a tongue twisting language with half letters and same words. Tamil early sangam gramer was writen by agasthya,sidhars,and north indian jains during 100 b.c. To 800 a.d. Totally tamil grammer including akananooru,purananooru,thirukk ural,chilapathikaram was writen by north indian jains. The real tamil people belong to north india they r not natives of south, ancient tamil regions were covered by andhra people later after the migrations of north indian kingdoms with tamil the south andhra people converted to tamilians. Still the medieval tamilnadu was formed with more than 42% of telugu origins excluding pallava comunities. Temples in tamilnadu were builted by telugus like pallavas and nayaks no temples were builted by real tamil kingdoms. Some temples were builted by medieval cholas who were eastern chalukyas/rajputs of north india after 1000 a.d. Telugus/pallavas r the founders of temple architectures at 600 a.d. Many famous people in tn are from telugu origins bcoz more than half of tamilnadu was formed with telugu people,till 20th century crores of telugu people in tn converted as tamils bcoz of medium in schools and with society . the fools who are fighting with me r might be from telugu origin or crossbreeds of andhras and north indians, if any famous person is there in tn he would be definitely might be from andhra origin. How tamilnadu is oldest and how tamil is oldest language? Tamil and tamilnadu formed with north indians at 300 b.c. All the great people and their works in tn r from telugu people.Mind it crossbreed tamil fools
CIVAN

Dubai, UAE

#3249 Apr 27, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Civan,From the above link read clearly that telugu existed before 500 b.c. And Yes, we find prakrit and sanskrit inscriptions bcoz those are the early languages of telugu people spoken before 800 b.c. We andhrapradesh people have history and kingdoms b4 800 b.c. But u tamils wont have any language and history b4 300 b.c. Tamil and tamilnadu 300 b.c. Another thing u should have to know is the telugu words r writen in bhattiprolu script b4 400 b.c. In guntur dist, telugu words r writen in greek and other prakrits from b.c. 300 to a.d. 400 kingdoms. this shows telugu existed b4 400 b.c. And u mentioned about the telugu gramer our early gramer was written in sanskrit and prakrit bcoz those are early andhra languages. Sanskrit,prakrit,telugu,and more than 25 another languages belong to ap and created by andhra/telugu people. Sanskrit 1700 b.c. Created by andhrapradesh people at IVC. Andhra prakrit daughter of sanskrit created by andhras b4 800 b.c. Telugu another version created b4 400 b.c. By andhra people. Other more than 25 tribal languages created by andhras after 15 and 1600 a.d. We have many languages in ap but still telugu is the most spoken language in india after the national language hindi , this indicates telugu is the oldest pure language.
Cool..........

Once again repeating same true statement.

FYI,

Ancient Cities in Tamil Nadu May Be Over 12,000 Years Old.

CHENNAI, INDIA, January 5, 2003: A British marine archaeologist and author Graham Hancock has been examining a submerged city on the East Coast of Tamil Nadu. Mr. Hancock says a civilization thriving there may predate the Sumerian civilization of Mesopotamia in present-day Iraq and definitely existed before the Harappan civilization in India and Pakistan. He has been excavating the site off the coast of Poompuhar, near Nagapattinam, 400 km south of Chennai. At a meeting of the Mythic Society in Bangalore in early December, Mr. Hancock said underwater explorations in 2001 provided evidence that corroborated Tamil mythological stories of ancient floods. He said tidal waves of 400 feet or more could have swallowed this flourishing port city any time between 17,000 and 7,000 years ago, the date of the last Ice Age. The Gulf of Cambay was also submerged, taking with it evidence of early man's migration. The populations Mr. Wells and Mr. Pitchappan (see previous article) mapped settled on India's East Coast 50,000 to 35,000 years ago and developed into modern man. According to Hancock, "the Poompuhar underwater site could well provide evidence that it was the cradle of modern civilization." Hancock's theory is strengthened by findings of India's National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), which has explored the site since the 1980s. Man-made structures like well rims, horseshoe-shaped building sites are some of the lost city's secrets. At low tide, some brick structures from the Sangam era are still visible in places like Vanagiri. The region, archaeologists say, has been built over and over again through the ages and some of its past is now being revealed. Mr. Glenn Milne, a British geologist from Durham University, has confirmed Hancock's theory.

More information is found at: http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_132193 ...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#3250 Apr 27, 2014
CIVAN wrote:
<quoted text>
Cool..........
Once again repeating same true statement.
FYI,
Ancient Cities in Tamil Nadu May Be Over 12,000 Years Old.
CHENNAI, INDIA, January 5, 2003: A British marine archaeologist and author Graham Hancock has been examining a submerged city on the East Coast of Tamil Nadu. Mr. Hancock says a civilization thriving there may predate the Sumerian civilization of Mesopotamia in present-day Iraq and definitely existed before the Harappan civilization in India and Pakistan. He has been excavating the site off the coast of Poompuhar, near Nagapattinam, 400 km south of Chennai. At a meeting of the Mythic Society in Bangalore in early December, Mr. Hancock said underwater explorations in 2001 provided evidence that corroborated Tamil mythological stories of ancient floods. He said tidal waves of 400 feet or more could have swallowed this flourishing port city any time between 17,000 and 7,000 years ago, the date of the last Ice Age. The Gulf of Cambay was also submerged, taking with it evidence of early man's migration. The populations Mr. Wells and Mr. Pitchappan (see previous article) mapped settled on India's East Coast 50,000 to 35,000 years ago and developed into modern man. According to Hancock, "the Poompuhar underwater site could well provide evidence that it was the cradle of modern civilization." Hancock's theory is strengthened by findings of India's National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), which has explored the site since the 1980s. Man-made structures like well rims, horseshoe-shaped building sites are some of the lost city's secrets. At low tide, some brick structures from the Sangam era are still visible in places like Vanagiri. The region, archaeologists say, has been built over and over again through the ages and some of its past is now being revealed. Mr. Glenn Milne, a British geologist from Durham University, has confirmed Hancock's theory.
More information is found at: http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_132193 ...
Fool, why r u talking about the last ice age, tamil and tamilnadu 300 b.c. Only created and formed by north indians. Tamil means north indian created language not the oldest or not native language of ancient south india. Ancient south indian languages r sanskrit,andhra prakrit and telugu. The submerged cities wont belong to tamil no evidences found about tamil. Tamil is not a much oldest language. Tamil was created by north indians at 300 b.c. With sanskrit and telugu influence from andhrapradesh. Oldest indian languages from 1700 b.c. To 600 b.c. Are all sanskrits,all prakrits,old indic languages, pali, telugu . Followed by tamil 300 b.c. Kannada 100 a.d. Tamil was formed at 300 b.c. Created by agasthya
Vinod S

New Delhi, India

#3251 Apr 27, 2014
OM TAMIL wrote:
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Which is the Oldest Indian Language? Sanskrit Vs Tamil
Tamilian civilisation formed the basis for Indian civilisation. Tamilian culture spread all over India according to S.A. Taylor and other researchers. Tamilians from the south migrated north when Kumari Kandam that is the southern tip of India was eroded by the sea.
These people settled around the banks of the Sindu river and over the years were responsible for the creation of Indus Valley civilisation according to Heras, a christian priest, who did research about that era.
Tamilar>Tamilia>Tamila >Ithramila>Ithradida> Dravida
The word Tamilar underwent many changes to Dravidia as follows, Tamilar-Tamilia-Tamila-Ithrami la-Ithradida-Dravida, according to linguistic researchers and hence, it can be seen that the Sindu-Dravida civilasations was Tamilian civilisation.
Indus valley civilisation is more or less 7000 years old and there is documentary proof to show that it is very advanced, people were well versed in architecture, laying of roads, making clothes, furniture, jewellery and utensils. The Tamilians were very knowledgeable in the arts, business, religion, language and administration.
Tamilians in the Sindu area spoke in olden Tamil called Kodunth Tamil. When they migrated to other parts of India, the language changed based on the dialects of those areas. When people migrated to different countries, their language further changed as it was influenced by that country’s dialect.
Lingustic researchers say that the north-dravidia tamil merged with languages from Sumeria, North Africa and even Europe. The north-dravidia language later merged with the Persians and European languages brought in by the Aaryans.
Aaryan, a white race, who were mostly shepherds, lived in the area between the Caspian Sea and Black Sea and the these people had to migrate due to natural disasters. They migrate in groups to Europe and Persia. From Persia, they moved to India through passing Khyber. As their language had many Persian words, scholars used that as evidence to show that they had stayed there for a long period.
Aarya vedas were a combination of old Indo-European languages. After settling in Sindu area their language absorbed old Tamil words. This was called piragrtham and most of the mantras were in this spoken language. Tamils also contributed to this new version. As most of the new words and pronunciation were not seen in European, Persian or Aarya dialects, it was deduced by scholars that the new words were Tamil. The language was corrected over the years and was known as Sanskrit which means a corrected language
Tamil is only one oldest Indian Language 17000 BC to 7000 BC ( Kaviri Poopattinam & Poompuhar ) at ICE Age.
This is the Perfect information...The Tamil language which started mixing up with the Corrected language Sanskrit formed Telugu, Actually there nothing called telugu people or telugu race... Tamil people are telugus
CIVAN

Dubai, UAE

#3252 Apr 27, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> Fool, why r u talking about the last ice age, tamil and tamilnadu 300 b.c. Only created and formed by north indians. Tamil means north indian created language not the oldest or not native language of ancient south india. Ancient south indian languages r sanskrit,andhra prakrit and telugu. The submerged cities wont belong to tamil no evidences found about tamil. Tamil is not a much oldest language. Tamil was created by north indians at 300 b.c. With sanskrit and telugu influence from andhrapradesh. Oldest indian languages from 1700 b.c. To 600 b.c. Are all sanskrits,all prakrits,old indic languages, pali, telugu . Followed by tamil 300 b.c. Kannada 100 a.d. Tamil was formed at 300 b.c. Created by agasthya
Cool..........

FYI.

Indian Government officially announced Tamil is the oldest language in India and Tamil Nadu Government has celebrated this event at Coimbatore as World Classical Tamil Conference 2010.

India oldest ASI founds Tamil Script 600 BC.Means Tamil Language developed 5000 Years Before...Minimum. Sindu Civilazation 2500 BC North India & Poompugar 17000 BC South India . So Entire INDIA Ansient Time TAMIL ONLY ONE Spoken Language INDIA.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamil_language

Tamil belongs to the southern branch of the Dravidian languages, a family of around 26 languages native to the Indian subcontinent.It is also classified as being part of a Tamil language family, which alongside Tamil proper, also includes the languages of about 35 ethno-linguistic groups such as the Irula and Yerukula languages .

The closest major relative of Tamil is Malayalam. Until about the 19th century, Malayalam was a dialect of Tamil.Although many of the differences between Tamil and Malayalam demonstrate a pre-historic split of the western dialect, the process of separation into a distinct language, Malayalam, was not completed until sometime in the 13th or 14th century.

Tamil grammar is extensively described in the oldest known grammar book in the world, the Tolkappiyam.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamil-Brahmi

The evidence for pre-Ashokan dispersal comes from Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu. The earliest attested Brahmi inscriptions in South Asia are found in the citadel of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka and are dated to the 6th century BCE.According to Allchin et al., Brahmi developed before the southern spread of Ashokan missionary activities and spread across South Asia due to trade networks. There have been few inscriptions found in Tamil Nadu that have been tentatively dated to 5-6th century BCE in Porunthal

FINALY ,

INDIAN SANSKRIT GOVERMENT APPROVED -

Indian Government officially announced Tamil is the oldest language in India and Tamil Nadu Government has celebrated this event at Coimbatore as World Classical Tamil Conference 2010
Tamil

Ashburn, VA

#3253 Apr 27, 2014
there were two
kind of people in India one was the
earliest came people from Africa and
other was from bacteria and
Afghanistan region the earliest came
people were like austroloids and new
were like whites but overtime the
mixed and bread that every Indian
has some % of asi and ani those who
support Sanskrit well your facts were
like 80% right yeah it is the oldest
language but not old enough to be
older than Tamil bcos it has more
history than Sanskrit Infact many
scientist accept I'vc was Tamil orgini
and another thing abt Sanskrit was
mother language yeah of course it
were but not for all for oly Indic
aryan languages but Tamil gave birth
to Telugu Malayalam etc and there
are also reports indicating that
sumero is related with tamiz and abt
civilisation well I can't say bcos I
don't have proof but if u go by
legend well there was a continent
called kumari kandam it seem I am
not sure bcos I believe in
intercontinental movement theory
and rationalist but we can't say it
need not be a continent
But several artifacts are being found
in the coast of poompuhar and
tamilnadu but it is sad that since
central govt is controlled mostly by
Sanskrit patriots they are paying less
attention to this .we should be prod
bcos our country has the both
languages !!! Which means my
country and my people are the
best :') britishr might
Have destroyed us but I will fight to
revive old India jai hindh!!!!!
For this patriotically ancient India
lovers check this link https://
www.facebook.com/science.technolo
gy.ancient.india
For Tamil lovers
http://m.youtube.com/watch ?
v=ujOWLvUvexs
and for those who think Tamils are
too Bashy check this out
http://m.youtube.com/watch ?
v=X0i8w9oL2go
Also check this link for article on this
topic
Of lasting genes and lost cities of
Tamil Nadu
Papri Sri Raman (Indo-Asian News
Service)
Chennai, January 5
India's East Coast, especially along
Tamil Nadu, is increasingly drawing
the attention of archaeologists and
anthropologists from across the world
for its evolutionary and historical
secrets.
The focus has sharpened after
genetic scientist Spencer Wells found
strains of genes in some communities
of Tamil Nadu that were present in
the early man of Africa.
In the "Journey of Man" aired by the
National Geographic channel, Wells
says the first wave of migration of
early man from Africa took place
60,000 years ago along the
continent's east coast to India.
Genetic mapping of local populations
provided the evidence.
RM Pitchappan, a professor of
Madurai Kamaraj University in Tamil
Nadu, helped Wells collect the gene
evidence from Tamil Nadu's Piramlai
Kallar people, inhabiting the Madurai
and Usilampatti areas 500 km south
of Chennai.
Their genes have the amino acid
bands found in the gene map of the
original man from Africa.
Says Pitchappan: "The ancestors of
the Kallar community may have come
into India from the Middle East."
Wells believes there were three waves
of migration that early man
undertook.
According to him and his Indian
collaborator, early man went from
Africa to the Middle East, on to Kutch
on India's west coast, all the around
to the peninsula's east coast and
then on to Australia.
Pitchappan, who heads the
immunology department at Madurai
Kamaraj University, has found that
the gene markers M130 seen in man
50,000 years ago and M20 seen in
man of 35,000 years ago are present
in the Kallars and several other local
people of Tamil Nadu.
Tamil

Ashburn, VA

#3255 Apr 27, 2014
graham hancock's research on the lost tamil port city poompuhar
http://www.grahamhancock.com/archive/underwor...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#3256 Apr 27, 2014
Vinod S wrote:
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This is the Perfect information...The Tamil language which started mixing up with the Corrected language Sanskrit formed Telugu, Actually there nothing called telugu people or telugu race... Tamil people are telugus
actually there was nothing called tamil people and tamil race, tamil language was created by agasthya at 300 b.c. Same time ancient tamilnadu was not a populated area it was lightly covered by andhra people. After the migration of north indian empires to deep south, tamil was patronised at these regions then all south andhras r converted to tamil speaking people. Tamil and tamilnadu 300 b.c. There were no tamil tribes and races b4 300 b.c. There was nothing called tamil people. The native andhras and north indian empire comunities are converted tamil people. Tamil got influence from sanskrit and telugu from andhrapradesh bcoz sanskrit,prakrit and telugu r spoken in ancient andhrapradesh. Actually tamil was influenced by telugu and sanskrit from native andhras in tamilnadu regions. Telugu words r found only in tamil.telugu words r not found in kannada and malayalam bcoz tamil was influenced by telugu in ancient tamil regions that belong to andhras
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#3257 Apr 28, 2014
Tamil fool,If u see in that way, all the human race was migrated from africa. u r saying the tamil people as indians, other state people r not indians. fool,atleast u tamil people are not native to south they migrated from north and crossbreed of andhras and north indians.Its bactria a region in afghanistan not bacteria or virus. No body was migrated from bactria . The ancient india from afghanistan and pakistan are parts of india and sanatana dharma.but Now those r muslim countries bcoz islam people from central asia invaded and conquered those areas and killed the indians and estd islam nation and culture. But the people in present afghanistan and pakistan r not indians. Some indians r remained but they r converted to islam at those areas. These areas got afghanistan and pakistan names after the islam invasions mind it. u r saying the people of these regions as other country people bcoz of skin colour and features. But the ancient indians at these places have same indian culture,gods,traditions. indian facial feutures and dress features etc... But the fact is present afghanistam and pakistan people r not indians in any features. Lets take india karnataka is a south india but people r white bcoz of climate. Maharashtra people r whiter than karnataka. Diferent skin colours due to diferent climates. The islam culture was originated in central asia after the civilization was born first in india in world. Islam was founded by the indian descendants who migrated from india setled in those areas the body features were totally changed at that climate they were called as arabs,mughals and muslims. Master Civilization,religions,languag es originated and derived from india and indians to the ancient world. India the land of gods. All the ancient people in india are same people contributed to ancient literatures. All the ancient literatures composed by all indians from north and south b4 arab invasions. For ex: take a state some famous people born in different villages across a state same way all the great people early inventions and discoveries born and made and composed by ancient indian people from north to south, all the ancient indians from afghanistan region to srilanka all r master people and same people in intelligence discovered everything and given to world thats why india is incredible
john

Trichy, India

#3258 Apr 28, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Real tamil fools belong to north india kingdom comunities of early chola,chera and pandya,native tamilnadu fools r descendants of andhras and converted as tamil speaking fools, agasthya migrated to deep south with 40000 vellalars, now the vellalar population in tn is above 1.2 crores
you bloody son of bitch you don't talk about vellalars okay...it was the bhramin people who created the story that we migrated from north india....we are not north indians ...if we were north indians we would be speaking hindi or Sanskrit as the naidu and nayakars of Tamil nadu speak telgu...so you shut up son of Andhra bitch
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#3259 Apr 28, 2014
Ancient Indians r same people in everything from north to south. Indian languages,cultures,facial and body features, changed after the islam invasions from central asia and merged with indians. The different north and south languages in india belong to different area tribes of india later those languages are developed and spoken by crores. The ancient language spoken by indians r sanskrit. Sanskrit was the official language of ancient india. For ex; we have many tribal languages which originated after 15 and 1600 a.d. But it was remained for some tribes only. they as well know telugu language. If those tribal languages r develop in future those languages speakers might increased in crores otherwise that languages may lost
Tamil

Chennai, India

#3260 Apr 28, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> Robert caldwell stated telugu originated b4 1500 b.c. And the very oldest language And was developed slowly . Even telugu early words mentioned b4 400 b.c. To 400 a.d. in various kingdoms of ap. This simply shows telugu existed b4 400 b.c. Mind it fool, So Shut all ur holes
yea obama said tamil is oldest language lol dont just write the names, where and when did caldwell says telegu is old than tamil. as far as i know caldwell was bishop of thirunelveli and a tamil scholor.show me one that he said telegu is older, you are full of lies, typical telegu
Vinod S

New Delhi, India

#3261 Apr 28, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> actually there was nothing called tamil people and tamil race, tamil language was created by agasthya at 300 b.c. Same time ancient tamilnadu was not a populated area it was lightly covered by andhra people. After the migration of north indian empires to deep south, tamil was patronised at these regions then all south andhras r converted to tamil speaking people. Tamil and tamilnadu 300 b.c. There were no tamil tribes and races b4 300 b.c. There was nothing called tamil people. The native andhras and north indian empire comunities are converted tamil people. Tamil got influence from sanskrit and telugu from andhrapradesh bcoz sanskrit,prakrit and telugu r spoken in ancient andhrapradesh. Actually tamil was influenced by telugu and sanskrit from native andhras in tamilnadu regions. Telugu words r found only in tamil.telugu words r not found in kannada and malayalam bcoz tamil was influenced by telugu in ancient tamil regions that belong to andhras
Your statement is meaningless... if telugu words are not found in kannada and malayalam.. then what is found ? Its tamil...
Telugu words are not found in Kannada and Vice versa..
telugu words are not found in Malayalam and Vice versa..
but all these languages(Tamil, Malayalam & Telugu) have Tamil influence...
can you give atleast one example or proof that Tamil has sanskrit influence.... i will really agree with you....at the same time you cannot deny that telugu is influenced with sanskrit...

Six base languages responsible for the formation of all the world languages....
1. Tamil
2.Sanskrit(No script and Dead Language)
3. Chinese
4. Hebrew
5. Latin
6. Arabic
from the above languages formed all the languages.. take for example. Telugu is the combination of Tamil, Sanskrit, Hindi and Arabic....
Vinod S

New Delhi, India

#3262 Apr 28, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> actually there was nothing called tamil people and tamil race, tamil language was created by agasthya at 300 b.c. Same time ancient tamilnadu was not a populated area it was lightly covered by andhra people. After the migration of north indian empires to deep south, tamil was patronised at these regions then all south andhras r converted to tamil speaking people. Tamil and tamilnadu 300 b.c. There were no tamil tribes and races b4 300 b.c. There was nothing called tamil people. The native andhras and north indian empire comunities are converted tamil people. Tamil got influence from sanskrit and telugu from andhrapradesh bcoz sanskrit,prakrit and telugu r spoken in ancient andhrapradesh. Actually tamil was influenced by telugu and sanskrit from native andhras in tamilnadu regions. Telugu words r found only in tamil.telugu words r not found in kannada and malayalam bcoz tamil was influenced by telugu in ancient tamil regions that belong to andhras
Your statement is meaningless... if telugu words are not found in kannada and malayalam.. then what is found ? Its tamil...
Telugu words are not found in Kannada and Vice versa..
telugu words are not found in Malayalam and Vice versa..
but all these languages(Kannada, Malayalam & Telugu) have Tamil influence...
can you give atleast one example or proof that Tamil has sanskrit influence.... i will really agree with you....at the same time you cannot deny that telugu is influenced with sanskrit...

Six base languages responsible for the formation of all the world languages....
1. Tamil
2.Sanskrit(No script and Dead Language)
3. Chinese
4. Hebrew
5. Latin
6. Arabic
from the above languages formed all the languages.. take for example. Telugu is the combination of Tamil, Sanskrit, Hindi and Arabic....
Mahesh

Singapore, Singapore

#3263 Apr 28, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> the actual tamil people are north indians who migrated to south like agasthya ,18 sidhar families, 40000 vellalars, chola(vellalars of north india),pandyas(devars of north west india) cheras(north indians) the descendants of these peoples are pure tamils, the ancient tamil region belong to andhras, these north indians came from north india and merged with indegineous andhras and writen tamil literatures which has jain origins of north india,and patronised tamil and south andhras converted to tamils thats why u find black and white people in tn. The dark native tamil speaking people r descendants of andhras, more than 42%of medieval tn was formed with telugus, what about ancient andhras in tn? And pallavas comunities in tn ?many great people in tn are telugus, this shows which is oldest and who are ancient and natives, telugus r responsible for the history of tn.
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