Which is the Oldest Indian Language? ...
Mudaliar

Bangalore, India

#1385 Aug 1, 2013
Mcm wrote:
((Wikipedia Says)) Chilappathikaram is written by Ilango adigal (Brother of Chera King Chenguttuvan) who residing near ( Thiruvanchikkulam, Kodungallur). But he is not malayalee! Only a Jaina poet !. In Kerala, Kodugallur Bhagavathi Kshethram [Temple: Related to the Kannaki](Near ThiruVANCHIkkulam) was a Jaina Temple. What is the Conclusion ??? Question for Mudaliar.
Dear Mcm
Do not quote wiki , do your own research,In today^s internet all those trash and poison injected during British are all being sent to backyard of Vatican.If you want to know about Bhagavathi , read blogs of AjitVadaikayil. Also, for KERALA read some travelers/ Portuguese report translated in English.However what is the difference between Malayalam and Tamil spoken language and not the scripts of respective languages.Is there any relation with Kodun tamil or Malayalatamilu? Also, if sanskrit and tamil words are eliminated from current Malyalam ,what is left to speak?
Mudaliar

Bangalore, India

#1386 Aug 1, 2013
Dear Mr Unbiased SRILANKAN

Well, to add any past and new archeological explorations, Ancient Tamil literature are required for sensible interpretation along with our epics,and Puranas.
How do we reorient the language learning and align with current knowledge available in other languages. Sometime before I read that Tamil thatha could get married because he was learning Tamil and his father in law agreed to give his daughter on that account ^saying that he can make a living because he was learning Tamil.^
Mudaliar

Bangalore, India

#1389 Aug 1, 2013
Dear Mcm

You are diverting and not doing home work, The word Dravida is whose creation and when, Find out yourselves.It is not only rich vocabulary but also rich ancient literature with Grammar. Do not compare an apple and orange and say that Tamil and English have borrowed words.Only English is language of borrowed words. True tamil also got sanskrit words at some point of time and later it has been corrected to a great degree.But many other south indian languages are still living with sanskrit and original tamil words.
traz

Visakhapatnam, India

#1390 Aug 2, 2013
indianzdravidian wrote:
and then many went to indus valley where they formed the well know civilisation(harappa and mohenjedora).their script too same as tamil script.
after this indo-aryan invasion.these people are western european their developed language is 'sanskrit'.so purely hindusism is based on aryan.so priest are speaking 'sanskrit'(who are all bhramins).
in balochistan(now in pakistan)their language has the script of 'tamil'.
the reason why 'tamil' not recognised ,since its all documentations are lost in lost kumari kandam,and more research should be taken to prove.
how ever present 'tamil' differs little from old 'tamil'.
why did they go to indus not to any other parts did they have aversion to others places.the Aryan Dravidian theory is a theory created by maxmullar so that British can divide the nation and rule. read breaking India by rajiv malhotra.
Mcm

Ashburn, VA

#1391 Aug 3, 2013
Mudaliar wrote:
Dear Mcm
You are diverting and not doing home work, The word Dravida is whose creation and when, Find out yourselves.It is not only rich vocabulary but also rich ancient literature with Grammar. Do not compare an apple and orange and say that Tamil and English have borrowed words.Only English is language of borrowed words. True tamil also got sanskrit words at some point of time and later it has been corrected to a great degree.But many other south indian languages are still living with sanskrit and original tamil words.
Good, " Many other south Indian languages still preserving actual dravidian words ".not tamil. that is the correct statement.
Mcm

Ashburn, VA

#1392 Aug 3, 2013
Malayalam ->Tamil. Sooryan->Sooriyan, chandran->chandiran, swarnam->sornam, Bhoomi->boomi, swamy->samy,(examples)// Sanskrit root words//still using.
Mcm

Ashburn, VA

#1393 Aug 3, 2013
Weekdays (Malayalam->Tamil) Njayar->nyayiru thinkal-> thingal chovva-> chovvay budhan-> puthan vyazham-> viyazhan velli-> velli shani-> sani
Mcm

Ashburn, VA

#1394 Aug 3, 2013
Author of Chilappathikaram is Ilango adigal (jaina poet). He is the brother of Chera king Chenguttuvan. Chera kingdom was in kerala, thiruvanchikkulam. Near to this place, 'thrikkana mathilakam' situates. Ilango adigal is related with this place(home land). Famous temple kodungallur bhagavathi Kshethram is also near to this place. It was a jaina temple long years ago.
Mudaliar

Bangalore, India

#1395 Aug 3, 2013
Mcm wrote:
Weekdays (Malayalam->Tamil) Njayar->nyayiru thinkal-> thingal chovva-> chovvay budhan-> puthan vyazham-> viyazhan velli-> velli shani-> sani
Good let us have some old Malayalam words which is not similar to TAMIL OR KODUNTAMIL OR SANSKRIT.I repeat, while Malayalam , Kannada and Telugu had succumbed to Sanskrit domination Only in Tamil Sankritization was arrested with great many literature which whole world acknowledges and refers for historic information.Grammar Tolkappiam is unique.Now that Malayalam is also recognized as classic language, is Old Malayalam been revived with historic facts?
Mudaliar

Bangalore, India

#1397 Aug 4, 2013
Ya, Ganghiji tried to learn Tamil, For J.L NEHRU ,read HIS DISCOVERY OF INDIA. YES Last Governor General of India was Rajagopalacharya.While the topic is connected with Greater India, Barathvarsha etc, to know the roots of Indian languages, why jump and create divisions.Who discovered minute fractions and used for day to day life?
Sank

India

#1398 Aug 4, 2013
charan wrote:
do u know one thing even in english about 75% the words r came frm tamil only....
eg.. padi is study in english
just add s at the begining..
s+padi=spadi=study
pangu is sponge in english
s+pangu=spangu=sponge
pinnu is spin in english
s+pinnu=spinnu=spin
peachu is speech in english
s+peachu=speachu=speech
see without tamil english will be fucked up
CHARAN = COCKHEAD
Sank

India

#1399 Aug 4, 2013
Vivek Nema wrote:
Yes Vedha is right ...
Gandhiji who got us our freedom is from Tamilnadu. India's first Prime Minister J L Nehru is from Tamilnadu, Nobel laureate Hargobind Khorana is from Tamilnadu, discoverer of zero (0) Aryabhatt is from Tamilnadu, to name a few
You missed some more details.Albert Einstein, is also from IIT, Chennai. Mahabaratha was translated from Tamil.
Sank

India

#1400 Aug 4, 2013
Mudaliar wrote:
Ya,.Who discovered minute fractions and used for day to day life?
I discovered when I was in Math Class.
Sank

India

#1401 Aug 4, 2013
funnytamilian wrote:
ha ha ha.. such a funny debate..
you know what.. a debate should be with points from both the arguing sides.. not just one side giving points and others just deny it without evidence.
i can easily see that the people who oppose tamil have the "My eyes are tied and the world is blind" attitude.
I am tamilian .. if you prove with evidence that sanskrit is older than tamil am ready to accept..
dont just push your egoistic jealous thoughts on tamils here.
Ha Ha Ha..for a change, why don't you prove Tamil is older that Sanskrit.
Sank

India

#1402 Aug 4, 2013
Vinod S wrote:
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You Idiot Kannada is the Language totaly borrowed from Tamil and Sanskrit and if u remove sanskrit and Tamil from Kannada. there is no language called Kannada.Think Before u write u Bloody fat head.
Sorry, Tamil borrowed from Kannada.
Mudaliar

Tumkur, India

#1403 Aug 4, 2013
Sank wrote:
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I discovered when I was in Math Class.
Please name a few fractions just to prove how much trash you still carry.If you are not serious in constructive arguments why pock in this forum
Mudaliar

Tumkur, India

#1404 Aug 4, 2013
Sank wrote:
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Ha Ha Ha..for a change, why don't you prove Tamil is older that Sanskrit.
Go through the sites for proof.^Tamil is elder to Sanskrit^
Mudaliar

Tumkur, India

#1405 Aug 4, 2013
Sank wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry, Tamil borrowed from Kannada.
Yes only during the period of 2^nd to 7^th century, there after Sankrit swallowed Kannada , Telugu and Malayalam but Tamil managed to get rid of Sanskrit and today it is almost free from Sanskrit .And most of the tamil literature came into existence by Jains from Kannada.
Mudaliar

Tumkur, India

#1406 Aug 4, 2013
Sank wrote:
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You missed some more details.Albert Einstein, is also from IIT, Chennai. Mahabaratha was translated from Tamil.
How inadvertently you spoke the truth! Even Ramayana was by Valmiki from South.
Mudaliar

Tumkur, India

#1407 Aug 4, 2013
Sank wrote:
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You missed some more details.Albert Einstein, is also from IIT, Chennai. Mahabaratha was translated from Tamil.
Ya Albert Einstein lifted the fourth dimension whole sale from Sanskrit.

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