shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5722 Aug 11, 2014
wat u mean bird stories, yes yes to people who can't understand science will say it as stories...

that is 100% true fact behind legendary Tamil, u can download all those 247 letters voice and try in ur home as I said, u will know..
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5724 Aug 11, 2014
Attaching science with language. Brainless people, half language peope in the world. If they remove sinhala,telugu and sanskrit. There is no language called tamil. Still cant accept the facts adament morons
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5725 Aug 11, 2014
hahaha.. wat u mean by science first ??

r u really educated??

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5728 Aug 11, 2014
Here is the first part of my Tamil words analysis...

[IMG]http://i57.tinypic.com/8x n1ip.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i58.tinypic.com/sq 40t3.jpg[/IMG]

Also, I left out mentioned the alphabets - Ya, Ra, La, Va as they are present in both Sanskrit and Tamil.

Also note that Tamil do not have Aspirated sound 'H' in its alphabets in general.

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5729 Aug 11, 2014
If you cant see the above links then try the below:

http://i57.tinypic.com/8xn1ip.jpg

http://i58.tinypic.com/sq40t3.jpg
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5731 Aug 11, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
If you cant see the above links then try the below:
http://i57.tinypic.com/8xn1ip.jpg
http://i58.tinypic.com/sq40t3.jpg
Tamil doesn't have many alphabets. What does that mean? If there are no enough alphabets in a language how can they create a word? For ex; Dharmayuddham(sanskrit) tarmayuttam(tamil) do u say this is a tamil word? in tamil u dont have dha so u written as ta in the place of dha. Same way the tamil words are borowed from telugu and sanskrit. Tamil is tribal version of telugu.

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5733 Aug 11, 2014
Please find the second part of my analysis below:

http://i57.tinypic.com/qxo4k9.jpg

http://i60.tinypic.com/2nkl0nc.jpg

BTW, Uyirmei means the alphabets which are born out of the mix of 1 vowel and 1 consonant sound.

and the underlined letters are actually the consonants appearing in front of Uyirmei alphabets.
Naveen kumar

San Mateo, CA

#5734 Aug 11, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
If you cant see the above links then try the below:
http://i57.tinypic.com/8xn1ip.jpg
http://i58.tinypic.com/sq40t3.jpg

Tamil doesn't have many alphabets. What does that mean? If there are no enough alphabets in a language/script how can they create a word? For ex; Dharmayuddham(sanskrit) tarmayuttam(tamil) do u say this is a tamil word? in tamil u dont have dha so u written as ta in the place of dha. Same way the tamil words are borowed from telugu and sanskrit. Tamil is tribal version of telugu.

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5735 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text>
Tamil doesn't have many alphabets. What does that mean? If there are no enough alphabets in a language how can they create a word? For ex; Dharmayuddham(sanskrit) tarmayuttam(tamil) do u say this is a tamil word? in tamil u dont have dha so u written as ta in the place of dha. Same way the tamil words are borowed from telugu and sanskrit. Tamil is tribal version of telugu.
Hey, all my 4 pages fully and then comment...

I sat here and wrote all these in white sheet exclusively for explaining you how the sound transformation works in Tamil.

Soon I will produce a video for you explaining how the Tamil consonants sound like.. You will be stunned!!

and yeah, you can see me in the video :)
Finally you can draw a face on my name... I wonder how you look like!
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5736 Aug 11, 2014
yes exactly!! Tamil consonants (mei-body letters) are just 18, 216 is the letters which is nothing but when soul and body combined together..

uyir eluthu( soul letters)-12
aitham( partial soul and partial consonant)- 1
mei(body letters)-18
uyrimei (combined soul and body)- 216

total 247...

Mr.Naveen, do u have any explanations like this for ur Telugu, it cud be but I'm sure u r not aware of it

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5737 Aug 11, 2014
The Sound Transformation in Tamil Alphabets:

I am consolidating all the links below. Please go through all the four pages before posting any comments or doubts.

Page 1: http://i57.tinypic.com/8xn1ip.jpg

Page 2: http://i58.tinypic.com/sq40t3.jpg

Page 3: http://i57.tinypic.com/qxo4k9.jpg

Page 4: http://i60.tinypic.com/2nkl0nc.jpg

Notes:

*I left out mentioned the alphabets - Ya, Ra, La, Va as they are present in both Sanskrit and Tamil.

*Tamil do not have Aspirated sound 'H' in its alphabets in general.

*Uyirmei means the alphabets which are born out of the mix of 1 vowel and 1 consonant sound.

*The underlined letters are actually the consonants appearing in front of Uyirmei alphabets, thus stoping the alphabet's sound transformation.
tamil

Chennai, India

#5738 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> yes the language they spoken was tamil but that the language called Tamil was formed with sinhala,telugu and sanskrit. So they called themselves as Tamils. Tamil is fake
lol sinhala? sinhalese are the descendants of king vijaya, who was exiled from bengal,, if sinhalese were in the island before tamil, ramayana will be a big lie, according to ramayana ravan was a tamil king, dont make your own history.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5739 Aug 11, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey, all my 4 pages fully and then comment...
I sat here and wrote all these in white sheet exclusively for explaining you how the sound transformation works in Tamil.
Soon I will produce a video for you explaining how the Tamil consonants sound like.. You will be stunned!!
and yeah, you can see me in the video :)
Finally you can draw a face on my name... I wonder how you look like!
i know that paper was writen by u and uploaded in some site and provided the link with ur ugly handwriting. U cant understanding what iam saying, i said if there r no enough words in a language we cannot create a word. That means those r not tamil words

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5740 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> i know that paper was writen by u and uploaded in some site and provided the link with ur ugly handwriting. U cant understanding what iam saying, i said if there r no enough words in a language we cannot create a word. That means those r not tamil words
Yes, I wrote it for explaining you. I mentioned it already in my comments.. why you again saying that you know that's me who uploaded it as if I am hiding the fact from you that I wrote it!!:P

Ha ha... mine is ugly handwriting?? well, I suck at cursive writing so I picked up block writing and at least it is readable now..!!

I very well understood what you said. That is why I explained you that Tamil doesn't lack as many alphabets as you think, because the sound is the thing which matters and not the alphabets. At the end of the day the alphabets are created only to represent the sounds.

Tamil has the sound bending technique with which it uses minimal number of alphabets and with maximum possible sounds are created within the less number of alphabets. This is the conservation property of Tamil :)

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5741 Aug 11, 2014
Tamil has one more sound bending alphabet which I didn't mention in the paper as there is limited time. It is the nja (sounds like the Spanish N) transforms into Ja .

I am not a researcher in languages. I just love languages and learn different langues in my free time.

If I am able to say and explain this much then think what a professional Tamil researcher can do??

Tamil is an ocean. You absolutely have no idea what it is. You try to enter the ocean and then you will know how deep it is actually :)
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5742 Aug 11, 2014
I know tamil grammer construction its very ugly just like binding the papers. If u see the telugu gramer construction u will stunned. No other language has rich gramer construction like telugu not even sanskrit.
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5743 Aug 11, 2014
Mr.Naveen..u don't seem like understanding chronological theory of evolution, u are still reversing things,,,
don't imagine urself ancient civilisation and languages as like at present,,,

by the way, I asked u

do u have gained knowledge about ur Telugu alphabets, grammar, literature and words to talk here, pls share if u have one,

don't keep barking Tamil is fake and copy cat, u did said 1000 times and plus with no valid point,, u will simply say, all borrowed from Sanskrit and Telugu, and no enough alphabets blah blah...

pls tell wat u know about evolution first, human, language, alphabets and scripts...
tamil

Chennai, India

#5744 Aug 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text>
Tamil doesn't have many alphabets. What does that mean? If there are no enough alphabets in a language/script how can they create a word? For ex; Dharmayuddham(sanskrit) tarmayuttam(tamil) do u say this is a tamil word? in tamil u dont have dha so u written as ta in the place of dha. Same way the tamil words are borowed from telugu and sanskrit. Tamil is tribal version of telugu.
tamil use tha instead of dha, which sound similar, people always have problem with pronouncation, example americans cant pronounce indian sounds, recently calcutta was change to kolkotta, because bengalese counldt pronounce certains sounds, if sanskrit have certain words it doest mean tamil should have. its not fair to compare to sounds
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5745 Aug 11, 2014
Mr.Naveen..u don't seem like understanding chronological theory of evolution, u are still reversing things,,,
don't imagine urself ancient civilisation and languages as like at present,,,

by the way, I asked u

do u have gained knowledge about ur Telugu alphabets, grammar, literature and words to talk here, pls share if u have one,

don't keep barking Tamil is fake and copy cat, u did said 1000 times and plus with no valid point,, u will simply say, all borrowed from Sanskrit and Telugu, and no enough alphabets blah blah...

pls tell wat u know about evolution first, human, language, alphabets and scripts...

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5746 Aug 11, 2014
Languages I learnt so far..

Tamil, English, Malayalam, Hindi, French, German, Spanish, Mandarin,

But I am fluent only in 3 - Tamil, English and French. Rest I can manage with bits and pieces

My language studies will continue..

If you have real love for languages you will not talk bad of other languages..

You are a language fanatic, that is why your own Telugu is only the biggest thing for you in the world..

Do you know about Mandarin? You know how vast it is??

It has no alphabets and only characters, more than 5000 unique characters with most of them having unique sounds.. yet Mandarin has the simplest grammar construction of all the languages I have known. That is the specialty of Mandarin.

Just don't talk about languages to me!

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