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

San Mateo, CA

#5761 Aug 11, 2014
This fake half tamil is not at all older than 8th century a.d. Tamil was formed with sinhala barbaric words+telugu+sanskrit. If they remove the words of those languages there is no language called Tamil. All the tamil history datings r utter fake. Tamil dont have anyscript it was pallavas given script to tamil regions at 7th century. Tamil inscriptions engraved after 8th centry. Sangam gramer writen after 10th to 15th centry that is calld clasical tamil which was formed with sinhala+ telugu+sanskrit. Even that sangam gramer writen by anti tamils. Temples builted after 7th ce by pallavas. After 10th ce by eastern chalukyas(mid cholas). Tamil and Tamilnadu is fake. Even its a waste thing to compare tamil with kannada. Soon the history of fake tamilnadu will going to change. Everybody know that in future.
tamil

Chennai, India

#5763 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
This fake half tamil is not at all older than 8th century a.d. Tamil was formed with sinhala barbaric words+telugu+sanskrit. If they remove the words of those languages there is no language called Tamil. All the tamil history datings r utter fake. Tamil dont have anyscript it was pallavas given script to tamil regions at 7th century. Tamil inscriptions engraved after 8th centry. Sangam gramer writen after 10th to 15th centry that is calld clasical tamil which was formed with sinhala+ telugu+sanskrit. Even that sangam gramer writen by anti tamils. Temples builted after 7th ce by pallavas. After 10th ce by eastern chalukyas(mid cholas). Tamil and Tamilnadu is fake. Even its a waste thing to compare tamil with kannada. Soon the history of fake tamilnadu will going to change. Everybody know that in future.
so you are the one to change the history of tamils? keep trying, we dont care barking dogs, we have one of the oldest language in the world, no one can change it. if you want to change start with UNESCO ask them to remove tamil from 6 oldest languages, or atleast ask to include to telugu.
tamil

Chennai, India

#5764 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
This fake half tamil is not at all older than 8th century a.d. Tamil was formed with sinhala barbaric words+telugu+sanskrit. If they remove the words of those languages there is no language called Tamil. All the tamil history datings r utter fake. Tamil dont have anyscript it was pallavas given script to tamil regions at 7th century. Tamil inscriptions engraved after 8th centry. Sangam gramer writen after 10th to 15th centry that is calld clasical tamil which was formed with sinhala+ telugu+sanskrit. Even that sangam gramer writen by anti tamils. Temples builted after 7th ce by pallavas. After 10th ce by eastern chalukyas(mid cholas). Tamil and Tamilnadu is fake. Even its a waste thing to compare tamil with kannada. Soon the history of fake tamilnadu will going to change. Everybody know that in future.
so according to you, ravanan was a sinhalese? lol maybe ravanan is sinhala buddist monk, your ramayana will be like this, sita was abducted by a buddhist monk and rama crossed ocean to fight with 10 bald headed buddhist monk, thats hilarious,

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5767 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
These r telugu consonants we write consonants with ka,kha,ga,gha to ksha nearly with 40 consonants 40x16 alphabets)
http://www.cs.ucdavis.edu/~vemuri/classes/fre...
These r conjuct consonants we can write any word with these 40 consonants from(ka,kha,ga to ksha 40x34 alphabets)
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_gMMKp3s2q5s/Rw5KQEM...
These r telugu numerals
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_gMMKp3s2q5s/Rw5JXUM...
even we have telugu other symbols and fractions.
No other language had such great gramer construction.
Wow, very good. Can you provide examples for each letter being used in a word?

I would like to know how they are used in actual literature.
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5768 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
These r telugu consonants we write consonants with ka,kha,ga,gha to ksha nearly with 40 consonants 40x16 alphabets)
http://www.cs.ucdavis.edu/~vemuri/classes/fre...
These r conjuct consonants we can write any word with these 40 consonants from(ka,kha,ga to ksha 40x34 alphabets)
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_gMMKp3s2q5s/Rw5KQEM...
These r telugu numerals
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_gMMKp3s2q5s/Rw5JXUM...
even we have telugu other symbols and fractions.
No other language had such great gramer construction.
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamil_numerals
can u compete this,,

"kroo" it have two different sounds, I doubt can it be called as a consonant??
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5769 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
These r telugu consonants we write consonants with ka,kha,ga,gha to ksha nearly with 40 consonants 40x16 alphabets)
http://www.cs.ucdavis.edu/~vemuri/classes/fre...
These r conjuct consonants we can write any word with these 40 consonants from(ka,kha,ga to ksha 40x34 alphabets)
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_gMMKp3s2q5s/Rw5KQEM...
These r telugu numerals
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_gMMKp3s2q5s/Rw5JXUM...
even we have telugu other symbols and fractions.
No other language had such great gramer construction.
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamil_units_of...

enjoy :)
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5770 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
This fake half tamil is not at all older than 8th century a.d. Tamil was formed with sinhala barbaric words+telugu+sanskrit. If they remove the words of those languages there is no language called Tamil. All the tamil history datings r utter fake. Tamil dont have anyscript it was pallavas given script to tamil regions at 7th century. Tamil inscriptions engraved after 8th centry. Sangam gramer writen after 10th to 15th centry that is calld clasical tamil which was formed with sinhala+ telugu+sanskrit. Even that sangam gramer writen by anti tamils. Temples builted after 7th ce by pallavas. After 10th ce by eastern chalukyas(mid cholas). Tamil and Tamilnadu is fake. Even its a waste thing to compare tamil with kannada. Soon the history of fake tamilnadu will going to change. Everybody know that in future.
whatever u said here, u said 1000 times,, now prove it otherwise shut up... classical Tamil have no influence by any other language, Pallavas modified Tamil Vatteluthu with their Grantha script to write Sanskrit or Prakrit, Telugu have nothing to do here... so don't simply bark first u prove, its enough barking
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5771 Aug 11, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, very good. Can you provide examples for each letter being used in a word?
I would like to know how they are used in actual literature.

yes, every telugu alphabet is using in daily communication and for writing any word in the world perfectly and correctly. We can write and spell any word perfectly. No pronounciation misses in telugu its very perfect than english. Even we cant write many telugu words in english.
shyam

San Mateo, CA

#5772 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text>
yes, every telugu alphabet is using in daily communication and for writing any word in the world perfectly and correctly. We can write and spell any word perfectly. No pronounciation misses in telugu its very perfect than english. Even we cant write many telugu words in english.
yes can't in English, it applies for Tamil too..

in fact it is possible to reproduce sounds of a word from other language with script with omitting grammar as we do here,,

Tamil is scientific language which is easy to understand and speak, but it is very difficult to write and pronounce it right...

Dont compare English it can nvr stand in front of any Dravidian languages
shyam

San Mateo, CA

#5773 Aug 11, 2014
Tamil is easy to speak ( ignoring pronunciation) as it is d only language in d world that is spoken with sound as exactly each letter in a word
shyam

San Mateo, CA

#5774 Aug 11, 2014
this is d uniqueness of legendary scientific language Tamil
shyam

San Mateo, CA

#5775 Aug 11, 2014
u pronounce
Bat as bat
and not as "biyaetee"...

this is how Tamil sounds very scientific...
I don't know how u pronunce words in Telugu..

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5776 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text>
yes, every telugu alphabet is using in daily communication and for writing any word in the world perfectly and correctly. We can write and spell any word perfectly. No pronounciation misses in telugu its very perfect than english. Even we cant write many telugu words in english.
Wow!!! Really?!!

Write and show perfectly the below Kerala city name in Telugu script.

"Aalapuzha"

CAUTION -> The name doesn't sound the same as written in english, do ask someone .. Or refer the link for pronunciation : http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...

Awaiting your reply.
shyam

San Mateo, CA

#5777 Aug 12, 2014
I will soon explain that on wat basis words were coined for things, I am working on it it needs sometime to conclude as it requires a lot of of words to research and think about it...

meanwhile u keep practising ur copy paste work and don't try to spend time in learning about Telugu, u will spoil its name by posting irrelevant things with ur own imaginations..
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5778 Aug 12, 2014
Before going to next part, the words... I wud like to summarise some few important points about Tamil alphabets..
1.Tamil have distinct characters for each 247 sounds,
12 soul letters
18 body letters
216 soul and body combined letters
1 aitham I.e sound of partial soul and partial body.
each have its own distinct alphabets.

2. Tamil don't use symbols over any alphabet to denote the altered basic sound of dat particular alphabet, it do not distinguish with alphabets the stress factor a particular base sound instead it have certain grammar rules to pronounce it.

3.Tamil don't mix consonants it mix only vowels with consonants.

4. Tamil have a distinct character to denote sound that is called aitham.

5. Tamil categorise its consonants into three based on the stress required to pronounce and the nature of the sound, they are Vallinam (hard), Idaiyinam( intermediate) and mellinam(soft).

why Tamil language is one among the few surviving classical language because of its simplicity,

as I said the techic that would last longer and wil be recognised is the one which is very simple and much effective..

Tamil is easy to understand and speak, but the difficult part is writing, pronouncing without grammatical errors..

But inventing a simple techniques is not dat easy, u must have a sound knowledge about the process u going to execute with simple techniques, it is a part of Engineering in which whoever the Tamil people invented Tamil alphabets were legendary.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5782 Aug 12, 2014
shyam wrote:
Before going to next part, the words... I wud like to summarise some few important points about Tamil alphabets..
1.Tamil have distinct characters for each 247 sounds,
12 soul letters
18 body letters
216 soul and body combined letters
1 aitham I.e sound of partial soul and partial body.
each have its own distinct alphabets.
2. Tamil don't use symbols over any alphabet to denote the altered basic sound of dat particular alphabet, it do not distinguish with alphabets the stress factor a particular base sound instead it have certain grammar rules to pronounce it.
3.Tamil don't mix consonants it mix only vowels with consonants.
4. Tamil have a distinct character to denote sound that is called aitham.
5. Tamil categorise its consonants into three based on the stress required to pronounce and the nature of the sound, they are Vallinam (hard), Idaiyinam( intermediate) and mellinam(soft).
why Tamil language is one among the few surviving classical language because of its simplicity,
as I said the techic that would last longer and wil be recognised is the one which is very simple and much effective..
Tamil is easy to understand and speak, but the difficult part is writing, pronouncing without grammatical errors..
But inventing a simple techniques is not dat easy, u must have a sound knowledge about the process u going to execute with simple techniques, it is a part of Engineering in which whoever the Tamil people invented Tamil alphabets were legendary.
LOL..
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5783 Aug 12, 2014
Hahaha.... Atleast cant write their names in tamil. Half language morons
shyam

San Mateo, CA

#5785 Aug 12, 2014
keep laughing alone ...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5786 Aug 12, 2014
1Q) What is Tamil?

Ans; Tamil is a fake language.

2Q) How Tamil was formed?

Ans; Tamil was a Tribal version of Telugu formed with Telugu+sinhala+sanskrit. The mix of these 3 languages is called as "Tamil".

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5787 Aug 12, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Hahaha.... Atleast cant write their names in tamil. Half language morons
Yeah, you should be ashamed. Can't write that Kerala city name in Telugu :P

You boasted that you can write any sound perfectly in Telugu but you failed to do so. Shame on you.

Go learn Telugu completely before boasting that you can write anything in it.

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