Which is the Oldest Indian Language? ...
kumar

Chigasaki, Japan

#2042 Feb 10, 2014
Tolkapiyam is the oldest Tamil work found. But tolkapiyam belongs to 3rd sangam of tamil language. If we get the details of 1st and 2nd sangam then the world will know.

Truth will surface soon. Wait and watch.
RAM

Dubai, UAE

#2043 Feb 10, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Jacob,i had already said that prakrit is in devanagiri script and prakrit had outstanding litertatures and scriptures at 400 b.c.e(
Note :(Tolkappiyam Grammar Book 500 B.C.E ) Tamil is the Oldest Indian Language- Mr .Naveen you proved Here.........& .In fact u writting all information wrong statement ........

FYI,

Please Clarify Mr.NAVeen.

A. Please list of prakrit litertatures & How many people now speaking in india .

B. Devanagari - Eastern variants of Gupta Script called NAGARI are first attested from the 7th century CE; from c. 1200 CE )— a compound of "deva" and "nāgarī " , also called Nagari (Nagari the name of its parent writing system), is an abugida alphabet of India and Nepal. It is written from left to right, does not have distinct letter cases, and is recognisable (along with most other North Indic scripts, with few exceptions like Gujarati and Oriya) by a horizontal line that runs along the top of full letters. Since the 19th century, it has been the most commonly used script for writing Sanskrit. Devanagari is used to write Hindi, Marathi and Nepali among other languages and dialects. It was formerly used to write Gujarati. Because it is the standardised script for the Hindi language.

Note : A date for Tamil-Brahmi inscriptions in Palani as early as the 6th B.C ), but bhattiprolu 500 b.c script and Can u give me bhattiprolu 500 b.c script how many place epigraphy found ?, See U not read what we wrote and u simply writting somthing.

Above statement it self Tamil Brami 600 B.C epigraphy Inscriptions found in (Palani )Tamil nadu).

In fact u writting all information wrong statement ........

I have give more Significant Tamil Brahmi findings :-

1.There have been claims that fragments of Tamil Brahmi epigraphy found in Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka date as far back as the 5th or 6th century BCE.

2. Recent claims for earlier dates include fragments of pottery from the trading town of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka, which have been dated to the early 4th century BCE; and on pieces of pottery in Adichanallur, Tamil Nadu, which were associated with radiocarbon dates to the 6th century BCE. The claimed pre-Ashokan Bhattiprolu and Adichanallur inscriptions.

3.A date for Tamil-Brahmi inscriptions in Palani as early as the 6th century has also been claimed, but as of its 2011 announcement, Iravatham Mahadevan, "a leading authority on the Tamil-Brahmi and Indus scripts," and Dr. Y. Subbarayalu, Head of the Department of Indology at the French Institute of Pondicherry, cautioned that it was difficult to reach a conclusion on the basis of one single scientific dating.

4.A broken storage jar with inscriptions in Tamil Brahmi script in Quseir-al-Qadim,(Leukos Limen) Egypt, 1st century BCE. Two earlier Tamil Brahmi inscription discoveries at the same site, 1st century CE. which means 'pot suspended in a rope net'.

5.Tamil-Brahmi inscription on pottery found in Phu Khao Thong, Thailand, 2nd century CE. Touchstone (uraikal) engraved in Tamil in the Tamil-Brahmi script at Khuan Luk Pat, 3rd-4th century CE

6.Black and red ware potsherd with Tamil Brahmi inscriptions in Ucchapanai, Kandarodai, Jaffna, 3rd century BCE

7.Tamil Brahmi script dating to 500 BC found at Kodumanal, Chennimalai near Erode.

8.Tamil-Brahmi script dating back to the 3rd century BCE near Thenur, Madurai. Script is written in gold bar ..etc.
jacob tirunelveli

Kolkata, India

#2044 Feb 10, 2014
bhattiprolu inscription is a prakrut inscription. telugu scholars claim that the prakrut words in this inscription are loanwords from telugu. bhattiprolu inscription is not telugu inscription.
rajesh

Bangalore, India

#2045 Feb 10, 2014
tamil is the oldest language ,tamils r not hindus they r ancient buddhist.
jacob tirunelveli

Kolkata, India

#2046 Feb 10, 2014
rajesh wrote:
tamil is the oldest language ,tamils r not hindus they r ancient buddhist.
tamils had no religion. but the people in plain lands worshipped siva and bull. the hill people worshipped velan. the first religion to reach tamil land was jainism. second was buddhism. and third was hinduism.
peter

Los Angeles, CA

#2047 Feb 10, 2014
Sanskrit is spoken by few people. tholkappiam is much older than vedas.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2048 Feb 10, 2014
RAMAN

Dubai, UAE

#2049 Feb 10, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
tamil history is not old as telugu,tamil population was half of the telugu population before independence in the madras province,it is the 5th most spoke language in india while telugu is in 2nd place for the oldest speaking languages,in world telugu is 12 th, tamil is 18th,telugu population above 9 crores tamils are 7 crores including the 42% telugu origins from oldest language speaking people,tamilnadu packed with 42% telugu origins,tamils are greatest fools in world claiming with the mythological stories without any scientific proofs,created by their ancestors,tamil is a joke foolish tamils
Tamil is a Ancient Languages .

Graham Hancock was an archeologist who explored the mysteries of the cities buried under the sea at Poompuhar Kaviripoompattinam seems to be drowned about 11,000 years ago. That gives lead that Tamil is more than 11,000 years back.

Undoubtedly Tamil in my opinion.

My reasonings:

Tholkappiyam is a book on Grammer in Tamil.

Grammar in a Language is comparable to the Tender Specification and Documents prepared by an Architect for a Building.

Thirukkural, Naaladiyaar and many Sangam Literatures are written as per the strict Grammar. Out of 1330 verses of Thiruklkural, one can find strict adherence of ”Venpa Ilakkanam” in all arrangements of words in each verse. So is the case with all the other Tamil Literature too.

Now coming to analyse a Tender Document compiled by an Architect, one can easily accept that a building involves more than 500 different items and its specifications like Cement, Steel, Timber, Marbles, Tiles, Lime, Bricks, Blue Metal, Sand etc., etc., innumerable items.

By going through all materials history, it is millenniums old history for Bricks, sand, stone, timber, etc which are in use as building materials before a first ever Tender Document prepared by an Architect for a modern building.

Similarly, when lots of literatures like Thirukkural were dated back over Two Millenniums which used the Grammar specified in Tholkappiyam, the date of Tholkappiyam is much earlier. When a Grammar itself several Millenniums earlier, the actual scripts would have been in use several more millenniums earlier.

Before a language comes to the script form, it would have been in only speech form for many more millenniums earlier. So that emergence of a language in a speech form is the actual date of creation of language. If Tholkappiyam is in 500 BCE, the actual speech form would have been at least another 7 to 8 millenniums earlier. So we can conclude Tamil as 10 millenniums old by this argument. Again till today Tamil is in speech form with public.

Every word is derived by natural way.
The first word one could speak is ” AMMA” the word representing Mother in Tamil.

There is reasoning behind this.

Human only can speak. Human voice requires pumping of air by lungs and then vocal cord in throat creates sound and the combined movements in different combination by tongue, lips & jaws can produce different voice.

The word which requires least energy to make a voice by an infant is "AMMA" ( air coming out of lungs is escaping through nose and lips just opens and closes). Such first least energy word represents mother in Tamil language.

The word which requires second least energy to make a voice by an infant is "APPA" ( air coming out of lungs is escaping through mouth and lips just opens and closes). Such second least energy word represents father in Tamil language.

So naturally Tamil is a Naturally evolved language and it should have been ancient.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2050 Feb 10, 2014
These are telugu inscriptions from bhattiprolu inscriptions to 16th c.e krishnadevaraya inscriptions/script and u can see at number 8 are pallava tamil script derived from telugu brahmi at 700 a.d but telugu script developed slowly http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb2011102...
RAM

Dubai, UAE

#2051 Feb 10, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
tamil history is not old as telugu,tamil population was half of the telugu population before independence in the madras province,it is the 5th most spoke language in india while telugu is in 2nd place for the oldest speaking languages,in world telugu is 12 th, tamil is 18th,telugu population above 9 crores tamils are 7 crores including the 42% telugu origins from oldest language speaking people,tamilnadu packed with 42% telugu origins,tamils are greatest fools in world claiming with the mythological stories without any scientific proofs,created by their ancestors,tamil is a joke foolish tamils
Mr.Naveen.. What u said tamil history is not old as telugu ?
Now I show the proofs........Plese prove that telugu people are old ?
FYI,
There are proofs for that!
Graham Hancock was an archeologist who explored the mysteries of the cities buried under the sea. He explored the underworld cities like Dwaraka, Puhar (Poombukar), Malta, Taiwan and Japensec cities (Yonaguni, Kerama, Aguni, and Chata). He also has analysed the claims by the concerned regional languages.
Most people believe that Sumerian and Indus- Valley civilisations are the oldest civilisations in the world. But, that is not the case...
The archeologists have discovered more..
In January 2002 underwater cities off the coast of northwest India made news headlines all around the world. The two cities, which have been discovered by India's National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT), each cover an area of about 10 square miles and lie 120 feet deep in the Gulf of Cambay in an area that until as late as 6900 years ago formed a huge fertile valley that was entirely above water. Then the seas rose again and the Gulf of Cambay was flooded. That's more than 4000 years older than any advanced city-building culture so far recognised by archaeologists.
But, that was not the oldest discovery in India....
Poompuhar lies on southeast India's Coromandel coast facing the Bay of Bengal between modern Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. Most notably these other discoveries include a second completely separate group of structures fully three miles from the Poompuhar shore in water that is more than 70 feet (23 metres) deep. According to Glenn Milne's sea-level data the land on which these structures were built last stood above water at the end of the Ice Age more than 11,000 years ago.
Is it a coincidence that there are ancient Tamil flood myths that speak of a great kingdom that once existed in this area called Kumari Kandam that was swallowed up by the sea? Amazingly the myths put a date of 11,600 years ago on these events -- the same timeframe given by Plato for the end of Atlantis in another ocean.
Like the cities in the Gulf of Cambay the underwater structures three miles offshore of Poompuhar were first identified by an instrument called sidescan sonar that profiles the seabed. One structure in particular was singled out for investigation and was explored by divers from India's National Institute of Oceanography in 1991 and 1993. Although they were not at that time aware of the implications of its depth of submergence -- i.e. that it is at least 11,500 years old -- the 1991 study confirms that it is man-made and describes it as:
a horse-shoe-shaped object, its height being one to two metres. A few stone blocks were found in the one-metre wide arm. The distance between the two arms in 20 metres. Whether the object is a shrine or some other man-made structure now at 23 metres [70 feet] depth remains to be examined in the next field season.
After 1993, no further marine archaeology was conducted along the Poompuhar coast until 2001. During the expedition of Graham, More than 20 other large structures are known to be located in the same area down to depths of more than 100 feet.- That leads to ICE AGE...
His further analysis leads two results:
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2052 Feb 10, 2014
These are telugu inscriptions from bhattiprolu inscriptions to 16th c.e krishnadeva raya inscriptions/scripts,at number 8 u can see pallava tamil script derived from telugu brahmi at 700 a.d. But telugu script was developed slowly, http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/cd...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2053 Feb 10, 2014
RAM wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr.Naveen.. What u said tamil history is not old as telugu ?
Now I show the proofs........Plese prove that telugu people are old ?
FYI,
There are proofs for that!
Graham Hancock was an archeologist who explored the mysteries of the cities buried under the sea. He explored the underworld cities like Dwaraka, Puhar (Poombukar), Malta, Taiwan and Japensec cities (Yonaguni, Kerama, Aguni, and Chata). He also has analysed the claims by the concerned regional languages.
Most people believe that Sumerian and Indus- Valley civilisations are the oldest civilisations in the world. But, that is not the case...
The archeologists have discovered more..
In January 2002 underwater cities off the coast of northwest India made news headlines all around the world. The two cities, which have been discovered by India's National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT), each cover an area of about 10 square miles and lie 120 feet deep in the Gulf of Cambay in an area that until as late as 6900 years ago formed a huge fertile valley that was entirely above water. Then the seas rose again and the Gulf of Cambay was flooded. That's more than 4000 years older than any advanced city-building culture so far recognised by archaeologists.
But, that was not the oldest discovery in India....
Poompuhar lies on southeast India's Coromandel coast facing the Bay of Bengal between modern Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. Most notably these other discoveries include a second completely separate group of structures fully three miles from the Poompuhar shore in water that is more than 70 feet (23 metres) deep. According to Glenn Milne's sea-level data the land on which these structures were built last stood above water at the end of the Ice Age more than 11,000 years ago.
Is it a coincidence that there are ancient Tamil flood myths that speak of a great kingdom that once existed in this area called Kumari Kandam that was swallowed up by the sea? Amazingly the myths put a date of 11,600 years ago on these events -- the same timeframe given by Plato for the end of Atlantis in another ocean.
Like the cities in the Gulf of Cambay the underwater structures three miles offshore of Poompuhar were first identified by an instrument called sidescan sonar that profiles the seabed. One structure in particular was singled out for investigation and was explored by divers from India's National Institute of Oceanography in 1991 and 1993. Although they were not at that time aware of the implications of its depth of submergence -- i.e. that it is at least 11,500 years old -- the 1991 study confirms that it is man-made and describes it as:
a horse-shoe-shaped object, its height being one to two metres. A few stone blocks were found in the one-metre wide arm. The distance between the two arms in 20 metres. Whether the object is a shrine or some other man-made structure now at 23 metres [70 feet] depth remains to be examined in the next field season.
After 1993, no further marine archaeology was conducted along the Poompuhar coast until 2001. During the expedition of Graham, More than 20 other large structures are known to be located in the same area down to depths of more than 100 feet.- That leads to ICE AGE...
His further analysis leads two results:
why r u talking foolishly man those sunken cities not belong to this age or this era,nobody exactly knows their civilization,language etc... Show me the existing proofs that tamil is older than telugu
RAMAN

Dubai, UAE

#2054 Feb 10, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> sanskrit is the oldest language in the world, vedas were written in sanskrit,sanskrit is the language of gods,ramayana has the history of 8000 years and ravana composed songs in sanskrit on lord shiva
Tamil is the oldest language in the world.
His further analysis leads two results:
• There are tremendously good reasons to disbelieve the scholarly consensus that the Vedas were composed as late as 1500 B.C. Parts of them probably do date from then; but some of the hymns could be much older than that -- carried down by oral traditions from much earlier times.
• There were two different ethnic civilisations in India:
a. Vedic tradition , which grew up on the Sarasvati River at the END OF ICE AGE.
b. Tamilian tradition, which reflected PRE-ICE AGE cultures off the coast of South India.
There is no necessity to say that the prime language of the Vedic Tradition is Sanskrit while that of Tamilian Tradition is TAMIL!!
I need not elucidate which is older as the archaeologist himself has explained which one is much much older!!
TAMIL is the oldest language, not only among the two languages but, in the entire world!
Tamil might have lost the literature to the sea floods but, the cities under the sea bed still prove its age!!
P.S:
* Graham Hancock has explored almost all the sea flooeded cities. His findings were telecasted in Channel 4 of UK as well as Learning Channel of US during 2001-2005 and were confirmed by Glenn Milne
* Yet Another Proof: Dravidian Languages are the only family of the world languages, whose origin could not still be traced to a valid date!!
Source(s):
"Under World- The Mysterious Origins of the Civilisations" , a book by Graham Hancock.
The excerpts of the book can found in Internet also. Few samples:
http://www.grahamhancock.com/archive/und ...
http://www.grahamhancock.com/archive/und ...
http://www.theosophical.org.uk/undrwrldh ...
Videos in You Tube ( http://www.youtube.com/results... ...
There are proofs for that!
Graham Hancock was an archeologist who explored the mysteries of the cities buried under the sea. He explored the underworld cities like Dwaraka, Puhar (Poombukar), Malta, Taiwan . He also has analysed the claims by the concerned regional languages.
Most people believe that Sumerian and Indus- Valley civilisations are the oldest civilisations in the world. But, that is not the case...
The archeologists have discovered more..
But, that was not the oldest discovery in India....
Poompuhar lies on southeast India's Coromandel coast facing the Bay of Bengal between modern Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. Most notably these other discoveries include a second completely separate group of structures fully three miles from the Poompuhar shore in water that is more than 70 feet (23 metres) deep. According to Glenn Milne's sea-level data the land on which these structures were built last stood above water at the end of the Ice Age more than 11,000 years ago.
Is it a coincidence that there are ancient Tamil flood myths that speak of a great kingdom that once existed in this area called Kumari Kandam that was swallowed up by the sea? Amazingly the myths put a date of 11,600 years ago on these events -- the same timeframe given by Plato for the end of Atlantis in another ocean.
One structure in particular was singled out for investigation and was explored by divers from India's National Institute of Oceanography in 1991 and 1993. Although they were not at that time aware of the implications of its depth of submergence -- i.e. that it is at least 11,500 years old -- the 1991 study confirms that it is man-made and describes it as:
a horse-shoe-shaped object, its height being one to two metres. A few stone blocks were found in the one-metre wide arm. During the expedition of Graham, More than 20 other large structures are known to be located in the same area down to depths of more than 100 feet.- That leads to ICE AGE...
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2055 Feb 11, 2014
Many cities sunked in water across the world,so what! u mean the people living in those areas belong to sunken cities fool mudaliyar, again this era kaliyuga was started before 5102 years,most of the languages and religions started to erstablish/born after 1500 b.c.,tamil language early inscriptions are cave inscriptions at 250 b.c these inscriptions are modified from bhattiprolu inscriptions at 250 b.c as tamil brahmi,no architectural temples was builted by tamil origins
jacob tirunelveli

Rajkot, India

#2057 Feb 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Many cities sunked in water across the world,so what! u mean the people living in those areas belong to sunken cities fool mudaliyar, again this era kaliyuga was started before 5102 years,most of the languages and religions started to erstablish/born after 1500 b.c.,tamil language early inscriptions are cave inscriptions at 250 b.c these inscriptions are modified from bhattiprolu inscriptions at 250 b.c as tamil brahmi,no architectural temples was builted by tamil origins
idiot i gave you proof of srilankan inscription in tamil at 700 bc. then why again and again you are speaking 250bc. dont you have brain or dont you understand what we say. go and refer srilankan inscriptions in tamil and then come and speak. idiot. saying the same thing again and again. growup man
RAMAN

Dubai, UAE

#2058 Feb 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> why r u talking foolishly man those sunken cities not belong to this age or this era,nobody exactly knows their civilization,language etc... Show me the existing proofs that tamil is older than telugu
Mr.Naveen , r..u only talking ..foolishly & Mad....

Dear Mr.Naveen please give me a any proofs for Telugu is old language ..prove it.

Existing proofs that tamil is Oldest Indian Language

Mr.Naveen - first u do not Make flase information . Note : A date for Tamil-Brahmi inscriptions in Palani as early as the 6th B.C , but bhattiprolu 500 b.c script and Can u give me bhattiprolu 500 b.c script .how many place epigraphy found ?,

Above statement it self Tamil Brahmi 600 B.C Inscriptions found in (Palani )Tamil nadu)& bhattiprolu 500 b.c script.

In fact u writting all information wrong statement ........

1.First u study tamil histroy & People , Grammar .then u come & Speak . eg: Telugu Grammar (11th century A.D )vs Tolkappiyam ( Tamil Grammar )- 5th century BCE , Tamil is mother for dravidian language.

2.Please compare tamil (Sangam ) literature and telugu literature .

3.4.Tamil Script 5th century BCE ( Tholkappayam - Grammar Book ), See u think we have 5th century BCE year before grammar book mean- our language evolution Minimum 15,000 year before.

I have give more Significant Tamil Brahmi findings :-

1.There have been claims that fragments of Tamil Brahmi epigraphy found in Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka date as far back as the 5th or 6th century BCE.

2. Recent claims for earlier dates include fragments of pottery from the trading town of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka, which have been dated to the early 4th century BCE; and on pieces of pottery in Adichanallur, Tamil Nadu, which were associated with radiocarbon dates to the 6th century BCE. The claimed pre-Ashokan Bhattiprolu and Adichanallur inscriptions.

3.A date for Tamil-Brahmi inscriptions in Palani as early as the 6th century has also been claimed, but as of its 2011 announcement, Iravatham Mahadevan, "a leading authority on the Tamil-Brahmi and Indus scripts," and Dr. Y. Subbarayalu, Head of the Department of Indology at the French Institute of Pondicherry, cautioned that it was difficult to reach a conclusion on the basis of one single scientific dating.

4.A broken storage jar with inscriptions in Tamil Brahmi script in Quseir-al-Qadim,(Leukos Limen) Egypt, 1st century BCE. Two earlier Tamil Brahmi inscription discoveries at the same site, 1st century CE. which means 'pot suspended in a rope net'.

5.Tamil-Brahmi inscription on pottery found in Phu Khao Thong, Thailand, 2nd century CE. Touchstone (uraikal) engraved in Tamil in the Tamil-Brahmi script at Khuan Luk Pat, 3rd-4th century CE

6.Black and red ware potsherd with Tamil Brahmi inscriptions in Ucchapanai, Kandarodai, Jaffna, 3rd century BCE

7.Tamil Brahmi script dating to 500 BC found at Kodumanal, Chennimalai near Erode.

8.Tamil-Brahmi script dating back to the 3rd century BCE near Thenur, Madurai. Script is written in gold bar ..etc.
Mudaliar

Bangalore, India

#2059 Feb 11, 2014
rajesh wrote:
tamil is the oldest language ,tamils r not hindus they r ancient buddhist.
They are also ancient Jains.
Antiquity is to be traced for the religion before third sangam . Was there any religion at all?
It will be worthwhile to trace the origin between Murugan of South and Karthik of East.Even Indiran festival can give a dating for Tamil before Telugu?How many Agasthiyar temples ?and where are they.?Thank god that Telugu do not claim Agasthiyar but Malayalam claims.
Mudaliar

Bangalore, India

#2060 Feb 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
Many cities sunked in water across the world,so what! u mean the people living in those areas belong to sunken cities fool mudaliyar, again this era kaliyuga was started before 5102 years,most of the languages and religions started to erstablish/born after 1500 b.c.,tamil language early inscriptions are cave inscriptions at 250 b.c these inscriptions are modified from bhattiprolu inscriptions at 250 b.c as tamil brahmi,no architectural temples was builted by tamil origins
You are yet to trace and understand the origin of Mudaliar, leave alone origin of Tamil.Do not know the difference between vellala and thuluvavellala. Can you list the cities sunken in water?
You do not even know the list of Pandian kings or list or early sozhas. just digging your head in the mud and cannot see the light to build constructive evidences and arguments. Thanks once again you have awaken the true historians bashing you left and right At least west is proved beyond doubt that South has a glorious past history and literature.
Agasthiyar, tholkappiyar , panini,valmiki did not know telugu but only Tamil and sanskrit. All belong to same period, Name one poet of that period or a literature belonging to Telugu.
You do not know how many Agasthiyars and avvaiyars lived and contributed in Tamil and not in Telugu .Who is Mukkudumi?I can list your ignorance.
Mudaliar

Bangalore, India

#2061 Feb 11, 2014
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> tamil would be never older than telugu but was developed quicker than telugu,tamil has its roots from bhattiprolu script,sanskrit and prakrit will never be the indo european languages,the european invasion theory is a fake
Naveen, inscriptions and structures came first or oral tradition came first. Second writing on olai came first or inscriptions on rocks
Telugu revived Tamil Sangeetham but you have no idea of the number of musical instruments described in Tamil literature that were lost completely with voluminous literatures, What is left trace is speaking and standing tall against all world literatures.
Naveen kumar

Ashburn, VA

#2062 Feb 11, 2014
jacob tirunelveli wrote:
<quoted text>
idiot i gave you proof of srilankan inscription in tamil at 700 bc. then why again and again you are speaking 250bc. dont you have brain or dont you understand what we say. go and refer srilankan inscriptions in tamil and then come and speak. idiot. saying the same thing again and again. growup man
arey jacob idiot, can u provide any link for tamil inscriptions at 700 b.c

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