tamil

Chennai, India

#5694 Aug 9, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Even Ilayaraja and subrahmanya bharathi are of telugu origins. Ilaya raja father name is rasayya. This is a pure telugu origin name. Subrahmanya bharathi was called as subbayya. Names such as rasayya,ellayya, mallayya,subbayya,rajanna,venk anna,pullayya etc.etc.. Still have these names for thousands of telugu people in Andhrapradesh. Can any one show these type of names from tamil people. Not only them many famous people in tamilnadu r origins of telugu.Many people converted to tamil bcoz of medium of education in schools of Tamilnadu. These fools not allow other people to study in their own mother tongue. Tamils r freaking idiots morons and language fanatics. Fakers ugly people of this entire world. Selfish people. Entire world know about this day dreamers and fakers......
fine let them be telgue orgins, why they throw away telgue and because telgue sucks?
tamil

Chennai, India

#5695 Aug 9, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Tamil doesn't have many letters like kha,ga,gha,cha,jha,da,dha,tha, bha,ba,etc... It copied many sanskrit and telugu words to form a language called Tamil. For ex; some words are similar among these 3 languages the telugu and sanskrit words spelt same but tamil cant spelt same at the place of absent letters in tamil. For ex; mukham=face, mukham(telugu), mukha(sanskrit), mugam(tamil). Sanskrit and telugu have kha letter so tamils put ga in the place of kha bcoz they dont have kha.another ex; koncham-koncham(telugu)=little bit, little bit. Konjam-konjam(tamil) they use ja insted of cha bcoz tamil dont have cha. Gnanam(sanskrit). Jnanam(tamil) here they used j bcoz they dont have ga....,, And Like that tamils modified and altered many sanskrit words and replace with the tamil letters. Infact Some words in sanskrit,telugu,tamil are similar like santhosham bcoz here 3 languages spelt same bcoz all letters are present for prounouncing this word in tamil thats why they didn't modified some words. These r just examples u find many sanskrit and telugu words in Tamil but altered and modified...
Tamil doesn't have many letters like kha,ga,gha,cha,jha,da,dha,tha, bha,ba,etc really? Sanskrit expanded the alphabets to include four variations each in the consonants 'ka,ca,Ta,ta,pa', and evolved a distinct pattern. thats the difference between tamil and sanskrit in terms of alphabets, when you say tamils altered or modified sanskrit words, there is a possibility of wise-verse why not it can be a modified from tamil. like you said as example mukham=face, mukham(telugu), mukha(sanskrit), mugam(tamil), teluge and sanskrits sounds similar where as tamil sounds different, so we can say tamil and sanskrit have no connections? no every language in this world have some influence with neighbouring languages. speaking of telugu as proved by scholors and historians, it is dravidian language with high influence of sanskrit, thats why you can relate telugu words to both sanskrit and tamil

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5696 Aug 9, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Even Ilayaraja and subrahmanya bharathi are of telugu origins. Ilaya raja father name is rasayya. This is a pure telugu origin name. Subrahmanya bharathi was called as subbayya. Names such as rasayya,ellayya, mallayya,subbayya,rajanna,venk anna,pullayya etc.etc.. Still have these names for thousands of telugu people in Andhrapradesh. Can any one show these type of names from tamil people. Not only them many famous people in tamilnadu r origins of telugu.Many people converted to tamil bcoz of medium of education in schools of Tamilnadu. These fools not allow other people to study in their own mother tongue. Tamils r freaking idiots morons and language fanatics. Fakers ugly people of this entire world. Selfish people. Entire world know about this day dreamers and fakers......
*Ilayaraja was born to Ramaswamy and Chinnathayammal who are a Tamil family. His birth name was Gnanadesikan which is pure tamil name. His father changed his name to Rajayya (no so popular tamil name) when he joined school which later shortened as Raja and adding 'Ilaiya' as prefix (meaning 'young') his name became Ilaiyaraja. My point is he has Tamil origin and not Telugu. Why would a Telugu parent name their son as 'Gnanadesikan' in the first place? and just because he is renamed with a popular Telugu name doesn't mean is hails from Telugu family. He is also very passionate about his mother tongue Tamil and he told it in an interview, you can find it in internet searches.

*'Mahakavi' Subramanya Bharathi was a revolutionary Tamil poet, journalist and independent activist who was born to Chinnasami Subramanya Iyer and Lakhsmiammaal as Subbayya (not so popular tamil name again, it was common 50 years ago). They are Iyer family in Tamil Nadu and Tamil was their mother tongue. Though actual Brahmin lineage originated in North India and Sanskrit should have been his ancestral mother tongue millennia ago these people settled in Tamil land for centuries and took up tamil as their mother tongue. Thus Bharathiyar's mother tongue is officially Tamil. Bharathiar was an expert in many languages: Tamil, Sanskrit, English, Telugu and French. He mentions "Sundara Telungil paattu isaipom" meaning 'Lets compose poems in beautiful telugu' and he accepts Telugu is a beautiful language. Yet he told in one of his poem "yam arindha mozhigalileye tamil mozhi pol inidhaavadhu yengum kaanom" meaning "Of all the languages I known there is nothing as sweet as Tamil".

*The Pallavas -(existed between the 2nd and 9th centuries CE) All the early Pallava royal inscriptions are either in Prakrit or in Sanskrit language, considered the official languages of the dynasty while the official script was Pallava grantha. Similarly, inscriptions found in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka State are in Prakrit and not in Telugu or Kannada. The Pallavas ruled the Andhra region but this does not mean their mother tongue Telugu. Also the later Pallava Kings may have switched over to Telugu but not the early kings.
BTW, Pallavas' powers are limited only to present Andhra and around Kancheepuram and they had no power at the mid and south Tamil regions so they cannot be called as actual Tamil Kings.
Also The royal custom of using a series of descriptive honorific titles, birudas, was particularly prevalent among the Pallavas. The birudas of Mahendravarman 1 are in Sanskrit, Tamil and Telugu -> meaning even though they are not Tamil kings still they used Tamil.

[Continued below..]

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5697 Aug 9, 2014
* I know nothing about Syama Shastri but all I find over internet is he was born into a Tamil Brahmin family where as Thyagaraja a Telugu Brahmin family. Both have their birth place in present Tamil nadu. Hence I cannot accept your claim that Syama Shastri's mothertongue is Telugu. Of course he constructed all the songs in Telugu, well versed in Telugu and Sanskrit. Even my cousin is born into pure Tamil family and Tamil is his mother tongue but he rarely speaks Tamil and he is well versed only in American and this doesn't mean his mother tongue is American.

*Accepted - Sarvepalli Radhakrishna - is from Tamil Nadu and with Telugu mother tongue.

*Bodhi Dharma was a Pallava prince and as I mentioned earlier the Pallavas are not Tamil Kings, hence you cannot say Bodhi Dharma is from Tamil Nadu just because the modern Kancheepuram is in Tamil Nadu.

*Kambar - most of his history unknown. All known about him was he is well versed in Sanskrit and Tamil and he rewrote the Ramayana into a tamil version 'Ramavataram'. He was a court poet at the Chola king. But, Telugu does not come into the context till now. There is absolutely no proof that his mother tongue is Telugu or he hailed from Telugu origin family. Based on the findings so far he should be a Tamil. He did no work in Telugu litterature too.

*12 Nayaks - Yes they are Telugu and ruled in Tamil regions with Madurai and Tiruchy as their capitals, official languages being Tamil and Telugu and this probably explains how Telugu entered Tamil regions.

So naveen, next time dont just type what all pops up in your mind and say that they are Telugu people from Tamil Nadu. Also dont type things without any proof.
Not all will read and accept whatever you say, there are people like me who will start researching about this and when they find out the truth people will stop believing you once and for all -> take this as a friendly advice.

You earlier claimed that Robert Caldwell mentioned Telugu being the oldest language and when I went searching about him I found out the spoke nothing of Telugu like that, and in fact Robert was a Tamil scholar and there is no mention about him being fluent in Telugu. This finding made me lose trust in your claims and I am never going to believe you again. I will search things for myself and find it out, like I did above. Still you proving that you are not completely true.

And thus, your claim that all famous persons from Tamil Nadu are Telugu people is COMPLETELY FALSE.

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5698 Aug 9, 2014
tamil wrote:
<quoted text>Tamil doesn't have many letters like kha,ga,gha,cha,jha,da,dha,tha, bha,ba,etc really? Sanskrit expanded the alphabets to include four variations each in the consonants 'ka,ca,Ta,ta,pa', and evolved a distinct pattern. thats the difference between tamil and sanskrit in terms of alphabets, when you say tamils altered or modified sanskrit words, there is a possibility of wise-verse why not it can be a modified from tamil. like you said as example mukham=face, mukham(telugu), mukha(sanskrit), mugam(tamil), teluge and sanskrits sounds similar where as tamil sounds different, so we can say tamil and sanskrit have no connections? no every language in this world have some influence with neighbouring languages. speaking of telugu as proved by scholors and historians, it is dravidian language with high influence of sanskrit, thats why you can relate telugu words to both sanskrit and tamil
The Tamil letter Ka will transform to Ga when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.

The Tamil letter Nja will transform to Ja when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.

The Tamil letter Ca (Cha) will transform to Sa when the letter is present in the middle of a word.

The Tamil letter Ta (tha) will transform to Da (dha) when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.

The Tamil letter Pa will transform to Ba when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.

Etc., etc.,..

Moreoever Tamil do not have Kha, Gha, Chha, Jha, Dha, etc all these consonants which containg 'H' sound. Because the consonant should have only 1 sound but in all these extra consonants which Sanskrit have contains 2 sounds viz. Kha =[Ik + H]+ Aa, Gha =[Ig + H]+ Aa, etc..

Therefore they cannot be considered as pure consonants , therefore Tamil do not have those consonants.

Naveen says that Mukham is of Sanskrit andd Telugu origin. How can he be sure or what proof does he have for it? Look here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mugham Mugham is also present in Arabic but its name of a musical instrument. Find the meaning of Mugam here - http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php...

The antiquity of Tamil can be found by its influence in other lanuguages around the world. There are many words in modern tamil which are influenced by the sanskrit. But there is not even a single word in Classical Tamil which is influenced by Sanskrit. You have also refer this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamil_language#M... It is clearly explained that only during Pallava times the tamil got corrupted by Sanskrit and became modern Tamil but the Classical Tamil is still independent.

Further we can find the words of Tamil origin in many languages of the world. Few of them are listed below for your reference.

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Malay_...

http://www.ericwritesdotcom.files.wordpress.c...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk%3AList_of_E...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Sinhala_... #

Mr. Naveen Kumar is under the impression that Tamil was created during Pallava times, but what actually created by then was Modern Tamil.

Classical Tamil is way older than what we think it is. It has influenced many languages in the world including Sanskrit.

Thanks!
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5699 Aug 10, 2014
tamil wrote:
<quoted text>
everyone knows who cleans toilet
yes u r absolutely right, every knows who are toilet cleaners, every one knows who are cleaning toilets in kerala,srilanka,karnataka and Andhrapradesh. Even they call that toilet cleaning race people as Pandis.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5700 Aug 10, 2014
tamil wrote:
<quoted text>
fine let them be telgue orgins, why they throw away telgue and because telgue sucks?
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
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5701 Aug 10, 2014
tamil wrote:
<quoted text>Tamil doesn't have many letters like kha,ga,gha,cha,jha,da,dha,tha, bha,ba,etc really? Sanskrit expanded the alphabets to include four variations each in the consonants 'ka,ca,Ta,ta,pa', and evolved a distinct pattern. thats the difference between tamil and sanskrit in terms of alphabets, when you say tamils altered or modified sanskrit words, there is a possibility of wise-verse why not it can be a modified from tamil. like you said as example mukham=face, mukham(telugu), mukha(sanskrit), mugam(tamil), teluge and sanskrits sounds similar where as tamil sounds different, so we can say tamil and sanskrit have no connections? no every language in this world have some influence with neighbouring languages. speaking of telugu as proved by scholors and historians, it is dravidian language with high influence of sanskrit, thats why you can relate telugu words to both sanskrit and tamil
sanskrit Rigveda 1700 b.c. Only South indian kingdom from Andhrapradesh at b.c. 1200 to 700 b.c. Archeologists find out the megalithic period of tamilnadu areas at b.c. 400. Tamil grammer 10th to 15th century. Ka cha ta tha pa are the telugu consonants. Tamil was a tribal version of Telugu. Bcoz most of the telugu and sanskrit words r appeared in tamil but altered and modified. Tamil dont have many letters. They copied many words and replaced with tamil letters bcoz tamil dont have more letters like telugu and sanskrit. Sanskrit,Telugu,Sinhalare much much older than Tamil and its a waste thing to compare fake tamil with those language. Tamil is fake
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5702 Aug 10, 2014
Pallavas r the descendants of shatavahanas and they are telugus. Pallavas telugu inscriptions r found in caves. Pallavas r telugus even it was mentioned in 19th century AP historical books. Kambar Aka kambudu was a telugu belonging to same time of sangam grammer writen kambaramayam. Nayaks r the descendants and army of Kakatiya telugu empire. Ilayaraja father rasayya a telugu name. Gnanadikesa is not a tamil name u fools added 'N' at last. Even subrahmanya bharathi name subbayya also a telugu name. Rasayya,subbayya,rajanna,malla iah,venkaiah,krishtaiah, all belong to telugu people. Iah,anna,ayya, are telugu words used only in telugu names. Still thousands of people in telugu states have these names.
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5703 Aug 10, 2014
Naveen the creator of everything..
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5704 Aug 10, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
<quoted text>
The Tamil letter Ka will transform to Ga when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
The Tamil letter Nja will transform to Ja when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
The Tamil letter Ca (Cha) will transform to Sa when the letter is present in the middle of a word.
The Tamil letter Ta (tha) will transform to Da (dha) when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
The Tamil letter Pa will transform to Ba when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
Etc., etc.,..
Moreoever Tamil do not have Kha, Gha, Chha, Jha, Dha, etc all these consonants which containg 'H' sound. Because the consonant should have only 1 sound but in all these extra consonants which Sanskrit have contains 2 sounds viz. Kha =[Ik + H]+ Aa, Gha =[Ig + H]+ Aa, etc..
Therefore they cannot be considered as pure consonants , therefore Tamil do not have those consonants.
Naveen says that Mukham is of Sanskrit andd Telugu origin. How can he be sure or what proof does he have for it? Look here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mugham Mugham is also present in Arabic but its name of a musical instrument. Find the meaning of Mugam here - http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php...
The antiquity of Tamil can be found by its influence in other lanuguages around the world. There are many words in modern tamil which are influenced by the sanskrit. But there is not even a single word in Classical Tamil which is influenced by Sanskrit. You have also refer this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamil_language#M... It is clearly explained that only during Pallava times the tamil got corrupted by Sanskrit and became modern Tamil but the Classical Tamil is still independent.
Further we can find the words of Tamil origin in many languages of the world. Few of them are listed below for your reference.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Malay_...
http://www.ericwritesdotcom.files.wordpress.c...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk%3AList_of_E...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Sinhala_... #
Mr. Naveen Kumar is under the impression that Tamil was created during Pallava times, but what actually created by then was Modern Tamil.
Classical Tamil is way older than what we think it is. It has influenced many languages in the world including Sanskrit.
Thanks!
yes,mugam in arab means a musical instrument But the meaning for mugam in arab is different from indian languages. Indian languages like sanskrit,telugu,tamil etc... have the same meaning for word mukham, only in tamil they call mukham as mugam bcoz they dont have letter kha. And for the other link for malay and tamil words. Malay language was formed upto 14th century. The tamil words in that link are origin of sanskrit and telugu shall i list those words that tamils replaced with some other letters which are absent in tamil! Tamil is fake.

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5706 Aug 10, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text>
yes,mugam in arab means a musical instrument But the meaning for mugam in arab is different from indian languages. Indian languages like sanskrit,telugu,tamil etc... have the same meaning for word mukham, only in tamil they call mukham as mugam bcoz they dont have letter kha. And for the other link for malay and tamil words. Malay language was formed upto 14th century. The tamil words in that link are origin of sanskrit and telugu shall i list those words that tamils replaced with some other letters which are absent in tamil! Tamil is fake.
Read my comment first and then answer.

The mugam is pronounced as the same in Tamil even if it don't have Ga and Ka is used instead.
Because the Ka which is found in middle and ending of Tamil words (exceptions are those which have its precedent as consonant) will change its sound from Ka to Ga. Thus in Tamil it is written as Mukam but pronounced as Mugam.

And yeah, go ahead!! List out all the words which you say are fake in Tamil.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5707 Aug 11, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
<quoted text>
The Tamil letter Ka will transform to Ga when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
The Tamil letter Nja will transform to Ja when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
The Tamil letter Ca (Cha) will transform to Sa when the letter is present in the middle of a word.
The Tamil letter Ta (tha) will transform to Da (dha) when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
The Tamil letter Pa will transform to Ba when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
Etc., etc.,..
Moreoever Tamil do not have Kha, Gha, Chha, Jha, Dha, etc all these consonants which containg 'H' sound. Because the consonant should have only 1 sound but in all these extra consonants which Sanskrit have contains 2 sounds viz. Kha =[Ik + H]+ Aa, Gha =[Ig + H]+ Aa, etc..
Therefore they cannot be considered as pure consonants , therefore Tamil do not have those consonants.
Naveen says that Mukham is of Sanskrit andd Telugu origin. How can he be sure or what proof does he have for it? Look here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mugham Mugham is also present in Arabic but its name of a musical instrument. Find the meaning of Mugam here - http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php...
The antiquity of Tamil can be found by its influence in other lanuguages around the world. There are many words in modern tamil which are influenced by the sanskrit. But there is not even a single word in Classical Tamil which is influenced by Sanskrit. You have also refer this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamil_language#M... It is clearly explained that only during Pallava times the tamil got corrupted by Sanskrit and became modern Tamil but the Classical Tamil is still independent.
Further we can find the words of Tamil origin in many languages of the world. Few of them are listed below for your reference.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Malay_...
http://www.ericwritesdotcom.files.wordpress.c...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk%3AList_of_E...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Sinhala_... #
Mr. Naveen Kumar is under the impression that Tamil was created during Pallava times, but what actually created by then was Modern Tamil.
Classical Tamil is way older than what we think it is. It has influenced many languages in the world including Sanskrit.
Thanks!
first tell, what is classical Tamil? Where should we find classical tamil words? Are you trying to say the words in that above links r from classical tamil? First answer for this questions. U have said that words will transform, how? How can a word will create by a human when there is no enough alphabets to discover the word in his language? All those r sanskrit,telugu and sinhala words. Tamil was formed with those 3 languages. Classical tamil started from sangam grammer after 10th century. Even from ur sinhala-tamil link also there are some sanskrit and telugu words are found. And those other words r sinhala words actually tamil borrowed from sinhala and some sanskrit and
telugu words also found in both languages in that link but sinhala had letters which r absent in tamil. Tamils again replaced with other letters in the place of absent letters in tamil. Tamil is fake.
shyam

United States

#5711 Aug 11, 2014
Mr.Naveen....
wat else u know than this????
1.u will repeatedly copy paste and post ur 3 links with absolute illogical claims..
2.Whatever the Tamil people says and post some new informations to disprove ur claims u will blindly say those are not Tamil words and Tamil letters and they were borrowed, replaced from Sanskrit, Telugu and Sinhala..

can't u speak any other than these, u never talked about Telugu grammar, Telugu literature and nvr talked anything valid to prove Telugu is older than Tamil,
u r very frustrating when u simply come say..

those are Sanskrit and Telugu words!!!
shyam

United States

#5712 Aug 11, 2014
u r trying to mislead the readers here, every time if there someone post a valuable links and information u will just flood words saying,
" those all are not Tamil and they were copied from Sanskrit Telugu and Sinhala, Tamil is Fake"

let's start from the beginning, first tell me wat u know about vowel's and consonants, what u so far u have understood about it??

Since: May 14

Singapore, Singapore

#5713 Aug 11, 2014
I am writing the detailed analysis of the tamil alphabets. Soon I will post the scanned copy of the analysis I am writing..

Meanwhile, Naveen I have an homework for you..

Tamil has 4 consonants which Sanskrit does not have. Can you try to find what they are??

;)
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5714 Aug 11, 2014
Tamil vowels..

basics sounds that human can make with the use of only air
(essential for life so called "uyir" eluthu in Tamil) those were the basic sounds a e u ae i o, in total 11 letters considering nedil sounds except 'i'..

Tamil Mei(body) letters
totally basic 18 sounds of human can make with use of organs at their various possible positions inside mouth,

organs used - tongue, lip and inner upper jaw, only upper jaw, because u can't use ur tongue 180 degree facing lower part of jaw and make sounds..

positions - tip, middle, and inner upper part of tongue, side part of tongue
tip, middle and inner part of upper jaw and both layers of lips, all together.

and those sounds were categorised as

vallinam ( hard sounds)
idaiyinam ( intermediate sounds)
mellinam ( soft sounds)...

aitham is a sound it is either a vowel nor a consonant... and so it cannot combined with any other letter,

in total now 12 uyir(vowels-soul) letters and 18 mei(body letters) and 1 aitham letter.

now if both uyir and mei combined it will give birth to 216 sounds, so in total scientifically a human can make 247 sounds which is nothing but letters of great Tamil...

Tamil is the only oldest language that is developed such legendary and scientifically,,

Tamil is d only language in which the words are spoken as the sounds of each letter in it...

example
tha mee izh - Tamizh

u better shut up if don't know anything about Tamil as well as ur Telugu..
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5715 Aug 11, 2014
Neelakaran wrote:
<quoted text>
The Tamil letter Ka will transform to Ga when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
The Tamil letter Nja will transform to Ja when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
The Tamil letter Ca (Cha) will transform to Sa when the letter is present in the middle of a word.
The Tamil letter Ta (tha) will transform to Da (dha) when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
The Tamil letter Pa will transform to Ba when the letter is present in the middle or end of a word.
Etc., etc.,..
Moreoever Tamil do not have Kha, Gha, Chha, Jha, Dha, etc all these consonants which containg 'H' sound. Because the consonant should have only 1 sound but in all these extra consonants which Sanskrit have contains 2 sounds viz. Kha =[Ik + H]+ Aa, Gha =[Ig + H]+ Aa, etc..
Therefore they cannot be considered as pure consonants , therefore Tamil do not have those consonants.
Naveen says that Mukham is of Sanskrit andd Telugu origin. How can he be sure or what proof does he have for it? Look here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mugham Mugham is also present in Arabic but its name of a musical instrument. Find the meaning of Mugam here - http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php...
The antiquity of Tamil can be found by its influence in other lanuguages around the world. There are many words in modern tamil which are influenced by the sanskrit. But there is not even a single word in Classical Tamil which is influenced by Sanskrit. You have also refer this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamil_language#M... It is clearly explained that only during Pallava times the tamil got corrupted by Sanskrit and became modern Tamil but the Classical Tamil is still independent.
Further we can find the words of Tamil origin in many languages of the world. Few of them are listed below for your reference.
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Malay_...
http://www.ericwritesdotcom.files.wordpress.c...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk%3AList_of_E...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Sinhala_... #
Mr. Naveen Kumar is under the impression that Tamil was created during Pallava times, but what actually created by then was Modern Tamil.
Classical Tamil is way older than what we think it is. It has influenced many languages in the world including Sanskrit.
Thanks!
For the above link of (malay and Tamil similiarity). Malay language was formed upto 14th century. iam listing some similar words of Telugu and Tamil from that link. Tamil dont have many letters.
(Telugu-Acchu, Tamil-accu) they dont have cha/chu and used ca/cu.(Acharya-Aciriyar) dnt have cha in tamil they used ci .
Aksharam-Aksaram, dont have sha used sa.
Aghamam-akamam, no gha in tamil usd ka
Ambalam-ampalam, in tamil there is no ba used pa in place of ba.
Akasham-akacam, dey dnt have sha used ca.
Bhumi-pumi, dont have bha/bhu usd pu.
Chakram-cakkaram, dont have cha used ca.
Chaturangam-Caturakam dont have cha&ga used ca&ka.
Dhandana-tanta, they dont have dha&da used ta.
Dharmam-tarmam, dont have dha usd ta.
Dhesham-tecam,dont have dha & sha used ta/te&ca.
Dhirgayusshu-Tirkkayussu, dont have dha,dhi,ga,sha/shu, they used ti,ka,su.
Gajam-kajam, dey dnt have ga used ka.
Sthri-istiri, dont have stha/sthi dey usd ti.
Loham-lokam, dont have ha used ka.
Mamidipalam-mampalam, they dnt have da/di. Etc...etc... Other words in that link also not tamil words.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#5716 Aug 11, 2014
Tamil doesn't have many letters like kha,ga,gha,cha,chha,jha,da,dha ,tha,bha,ba,ha,sha,gna etc..etc..... It copied many sanskrit and telugu words to form a language called Tamil. For ex; mukh(sanskrit face)mukham(telugu)mukam(tamil ) they dont have kha,ga, but they pronounce it (mugam). some words are similar among these 3 languages the telugu and sanskrit words spelt same but tamil cant spelt same at the place of absent letters in tamil. For ex; Sanskrit and telugu have kha letter so tamils put ka in the place of kha bcoz they dont have kha.another ex; koncham-koncham(telugu)=little bit, little bit. Konjam-konjam(tamil) they use ja insted of cha bcoz tamil dont have cha. Gnanam(sanskrit), jnanam(tamil) they dont have ga they used j in the place of gna bcoz they have ja. And Like that tamils modified and altered many sanskrit words and replace with the tamil letters. Infact Some words in sanskrit,telugu,tamil are similar like santhosham bcoz here 3 languages spelt same bcoz all letters are present for prounouncing this word in tamil thats why they didn't modified some words. These r just examples u find many sanskrit and telugu words in Tamil but altered and modified...
shyam

Ashburn, VA

#5717 Aug 11, 2014
come on Naveen, come say all those 247 letters are not Tamil, this concept and letters belong to Sanskrit and Telugu which is looted by Fake Tamil..

Come on say it,
it is d only thing u know

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