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Upper of the image are the telugu letters,here u can see the older telugu brahmi inscriptions from different kingdoms in different periods bhattiprolu inscriptions 400 b.c.,other kingdoms inscriptions at 300 b.c.,100 b.c.,300 a.d.,400 a.d.,500 a.d., all are similiar to each other,and at number 8 u can see tamil pallava script derived from older telugu at 700 a.d. Telugu brahmi inscriptions engraved by ashoka at 250 b.c copied from bhattiprolu and bhattiprolu script is older than ashoka inscriptions which is similiar to the ashoka telugu brahmi edicts . Http://upload.wikipedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/cd ...
Tamil civilisation - is it the oldest.
Archaeological & Geological Evidence
A discovery made by a team of marine archaeologists from India’s National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) in March 1991 has begun to bring about a sea-change. Working the off-shore of Tarangambadi-Poompuhar coast in Tamilnadu near Nagapattinam, a research vessel equipped with side-scan sonar, identified a man-made object and described it as “ a horse shoe shaped structure”. In 1993, it was examined again and NIO’s diver archaeologists reported that the U-shaped structure lies at a depth of 23 metres and about 5 kms offshore.
The significance of that discovery is that it is a much older structure to any discovered earlier. Subsequent explorations carried out by Graham Hancock and his team, who working in association with Dr Glen Milne, a specialist in glacio-isotacy and glaciation induced sea-level change, were able to show that areas at 23 metres depth would have submerged about 11,000 years before the present time or 9,000 BC. The historical significance of that fact is that it makes the U-shaped structure 6,000 years older than the first monumental architecture of Egypt or of ancient Sumer or Mesopotamia (in present day Iraq) dated around 3,000 BC and traditionally regarded as the oldest civilisations of antiquity.
The Durham geologists led by Dr. Glen Milne have shown in their maps that South India between 17,000-7,000 years ago extended southward below Cape Comorin (Kanya Kumari) incorporating present day Ilankai/ Sri Lanka. It had an enhanced offshore running all the way to the Equator. The maps portray the region as no history or culture is supposed to have known it. The much larger Tamil homeland of thousands of years ago as described in the Kumari Kandam tradition takes shape. It supports the opening of the Kumari Kandam flood tradition set in the remote pre-historic period of 12,000 –10,000 years ago. The inundation specialists confirm that between 12,000-10,000 years ago Peninsular India’s coastlines would have been bigger than what they are today before they were swallowed up by the rising seas at the end of the Last Ice Age.
With its description of submerged cities and lost lands, the Kumari Kandam tradition predicted that pre-historic ruins more than 11,000 years old should lie underwater at depths and locations off Tamilnadu’s coast. The NIO’s discovery and Dr. Milne’s calculations now appear to confirm the accuracy of that prediction. At that period of time, Ilankai/ Sri Lanka was part and parcel of South India. It is, however, in the inundation map for 10,600 years ago as seen that the island to the south of Kanya Kumari had disappeared to a dot, and the Maldives further ravaged.
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<quoted text> telugu is the oldest language in south india
Tamil is the Oldest classical language of india.

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The current state of play as known to history, until the recently emerging evidence, is that the history of the Tamils is said to begin in the pre-historic or more acceptably in the proto-historic period of about 500 BC. Tamil / Dravidian culture associated with the megalithic sites in places such as Adichanallur (more correctly Adityanallur) in the Tinnevely District of Tamilnadu and across the Palk Straits in Pomparippu in north-western Ilankai/ Sri Lanka are regarded by historians / archaeologists as belonging to the Dravidian peoples of whom the Tamils at that time were their first and foremost representatives.

Those finds from Adichanallur though dated earlier to be around 300 BC have now been shown to date back to 1,700 BC, following the currently ongoing excavations with advanced dating techniques. The archaeologists, studying the inscriptions on stones and artefacts, reported recently on that basis that Tamil civilisation existed more than 4,000 years ago. They went on to say that Tamil / Dravidian civilisation which began in present day Tamilnadu spread to the other parts of the world from there, as they considered Adichanallur to be the cradle of Tamil civilisation. Linguistic data of Tamil and other existing Dravidian langages too support only a movement from south to north of the spread of those languages, as Tamil is shown to be their parent language.

This present state of knowledge has however received a startling knock from another quarter with the recent underwater archaeological finds relating to the lost Tamil continent of Kumari Kandam. For what those discoveries reveal, though at the presnt moment only the tip of the iceberg, so to speak, has been uncovered, is the existence of a lost continent and lost cities in an antediluvian era stretching back before the melt-down of the Last Ice Age and the inundations of those lands.

The evidence thus far reveals the existence of man-made structures twenty-three metres beneath the sea, five kilometres off the Tarangambadi- Poompuhar coast near Nagapattinam in South India. Its existence at such a depth is calculated as having taken place over many thousand years ago. This ties in with the geological evidence of such happenings at that time as well as the Tamil traditions of the first two Tamil Sangams referred to earlier.

The unfolding archaeological and geological evidence is proving to be the historical validation that Tamil civilisation which reached a high-point during those two Tamil Sangams had their beginnings 11,000 years ago or circa 9,000 BC. What is the evidence currently available, be it archaeological, geological or other which will substantiate the Kumari Kandam tradition?
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Hello mr no named kadamba,telugu has all the words with meanings,nizamabad people sometimes uses hindi/urdu bcoz of nizam rule,for ex:telugu people says "its very nice" as chala bagundhi, and in nizamabad as masth bagundhi,some also says chaala bagundhi in nzb,here masth means very,nzb has less than 6 hindi/urdu words,if u have any doubt meet nzb people and ask them,while scolding also they use some hindi words that doesnt mean nzb people dont know swear words in telugu,they know,they also scold in telugu but they sometimes uses hindi words like,badakove,pagal,lamdike even these swears words uses in every state,and telugu is spoken same in all districts but slang is a bit diferent, infact slangs r different in every state from different people even in tamilnadu or maharashtra,and u said a vijayawada person uses english in middile, infact most of the people in every state uses english in middle ur tamils also uses english in middle,some people livin behind orissa border can speak some words in odiya sameway odiya people uses some telugu words in their comunity,even some tamils uses kerala and kerala people use tamil in border comunities, and again if u say bordertamils dont use malayalam words means same goes in andhra border,i know u written this matter as belonging to urself and ur introducing ur self from mumbai,but ur from tamilnadu,i read this answer in yahoo answers ur copied from yahoo answers but this answer not belong to all peoples of nzb or ap,only for some people like those 5 peoples in that matter only unknown person like u can think like that as u stated it
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Telugu brahmi inscriptions engraved by ashoka at 250 b.c copied from bhattiprolu and bhattiprolu script is older than ashoka inscriptions which is similiar to the ashoka telugu brahmi edicts . http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...
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There was no script in tamilnadu before ashoka inscriptions at 250 b.c. Temples in tamilnadu were builted later 7th century. Pallavas(Andhras,telugus)are founders of south indian temple architectures or dravidian architectures). Medieval cholas are telugus,raja raja is a telugu chola,rajendra,uttam,aditya,pa rantaka etc...are telugu cholas from(andhra kingdom). Early cholas ,pandya,chera,are only three original tamil kingdoms remaining kingdoms not belongs to tn. Temples in tamilnadu were builted by telugu kings.
Mr.Naveen ,

Tamil-Brahmi script dating to 600 BC found at Porunthal site is located 12 km South West of Palani .

Plese Clarify.....

1.Sanskrit do not have own writing scripts , I have doubt Rigveda which script written ? Sanskrit oral language & origin place in Iran ..
Finaly do not spread Wrong information.Mr. Naveen ? Sanskrit - No Native Script & Now days hardly 5000 people only speaking all over world . Why ....... How they written all Vedas in sanskrit (Ture or False ), Please Tell me .
Note : Lord Krishana color is Black , so Krishana (Kannan ) draviden ( Tamil ) Origin.
2.First study about Tamil Kings - The Pandyan or Pandian dynasty was an ancient Tamil dynasty, one of the three Tamil dynasties, the other two being the Chola and the Chera). u will know the histroy of tamil.
3. U said Archaeological Survey of India is foolish people .Archaeological Survey of India discovery the all evidence.
Significant Tamil Brahmi findings :-
1.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.
2.An inscribed amphora fragment in Tamil at the ancient Ptolemic-Roman settlement of Berenice Troglodytica, Egypt, 1st century BCE- 1st century CE.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.
3.Potsherds with Tamil Brahmi inscriptions found in Poonagari, Jaffna, 2nd century BCE.
Black and red ware potsherd with Tamil Brahmi inscriptions in Ucchapanai, Kandarodai, Jaffna, 3rd century BCE.

Mr. Naveen do u think Archaeological Survey of India discovery the all evidence are flase information ? Plsese Clarify.
u do not say same story Again again bhattiprolu script 400 bc & Tamil Brahmi script dating to 500 BC found at Kodumanal, Chennimalai near Erode , Tamil-Brahmi script dating to 600 BC found at Porunthal site is located 12 km South West of Palani ..
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Classical language
Middle Ages :-(Classical Kannada-850 AD) & Classical Telugu (The earliest available literary work is the Telugu Mahabharata, 1067 AD)
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Old Norse (language of the Viking Age, 8th to 13th centuries)
Old Nubian (language of Nubia, 8th to 15th centuries)
Classical Tibetan (religious and literary language of Tibet, 8th century to present)
Classical Kannada (The earliest available literary work is the Kavir&#257;jam&#257;rg a, 850 AD)[5]
Old Javanese,(from the 9th century to 15th century)
Old English (language of Beowulf and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle with many divergent written dialects, but partially standardized in West Saxon form)
Old Bulgarian (language of the First Bulgarian Empire during its Golden Age, 9th to 10th centuries)
Classical Georgian (language of the Georgian Golden Age, 9th to 12th centuries)
Old East Slavic (language of the Kievan Rus', 9th to 13th centuries)
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New Persian (language of classical Persian literature, 9th to present)
Classical Japanese (language of Heian period literature, 10th to 12th centuries)
Middle High German (language of Medieval German literature, 11th to 14th centuries)
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Classical Telugu (The earliest available literary work is the Telugu Mahabharata, 1067 AD)
Classical Malayalam (The earliest extant prose work in the language is a commentary in simple Malayalam, Bhashakautalyam, 12th century)
Middle Bulgarian (language of the Second Bulgarian Empire, 12th to 15th centuries)
Middle Low German (language of the Hanseatic League, 12th to 17th centuries)
Classical Icelandic (the language of the Icelandic sagas, 13th century)
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Classical Manding (language of the Mali Empire, 13th to 16th centuries)
Old Belarusian (one language of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, 13th to 16th centuries)
Old Anatolian Turkish (13th to 16th centuries)
Which one First Classical Languge (Classical Kannada-850 AD or Classical Telugu (The earliest available literary work is the Telugu Mahabharata, 1067 AD)
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These tamils claims that inscriptions in srilanka,malaysia,palani etc...are old as 400 b.c.but those are never older than 10th century a.d.,tamil inscriptions found in srilanka bcoz medieval cholas ruled tamilnadu at 9th century,and in malaysia bcoz pallava kings and cholas ruled malaysia,ashoka introduced brahmi script in tamilnadu at 250 b.c.and those are scientifically earlier inscriptions of tamil,But In Telugu u can see bhattiprolu script and other kingdoms inscriptions are similiar with different periods u can find same script in a kingdom of 300 b.c. Ashoka script 265 b.c.and shatavahanas,ishvakus,anandagh otrikas,vishnukundinas,salanka yanas etc.... These tamils also claim that sunken city belons to them mad fellows,in this yuga or era the religions and languages started to establish/found before 1500 b.c. For ex;judaism was founded in nearly b.c 1000,zoroastrianism at 700 b.c.,buddhism and jainism at 500 b.c.,christianity aprox100 a.d.,islam at 600 a.d.and Hinduism is very older than these religions bcoz the aryan culture(indian culture) or sanatana dharma is called as hinduism,no founders for hinduism but a great culture.while coming to languages sanskrit is oldest language in the world bcoz sanskrit has tremendous literatures before the birth of south languages,sanskrit was official language of india at those days thats why all the oldest north and south indian kingdoms have sanskrit and some native languages as their official languages,and sanskrit has vedas,stotrams,puranas,mantras ,sutrams on the gods.only ur tamils in india says sanskrit as indo european language bcoz u r jealous on its literaure
no stone engraved inscriptions found in tamil before 250b.c.and early inscriptions in tamil belong to ashoka,bhattiprolu inscriptions r early stone engraved inscriptions in south india older than 400 b.c.
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Upper of the image are the telugu letters,here u can see the older telugu brahmi inscriptions from different kingdoms in different periods bhattiprolu inscriptions 400 b.c.,other kingdoms inscriptions at 300 b.c.,100 b.c.,300 a.d.,400 a.d.,500 a.d., all are similiar to each other,and at number 8 u can see tamil pallava script derived from older telugu at 700 a.d. Telugu brahmi inscriptions engraved by ashoka at 250 b.c copied from bhattiprolu and bhattiprolu script is older than ashoka inscriptions which is similiar to the ashoka telugu brahmi edicts . Http://upload.wikipedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/cd ...
Mr.Navven & Vishu....

don't waste your time , save anthera presh....& Telugu Language . Better AP name change to Telugu Nadu .It is a best solution .
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Mr.Naveen ,
Tamil-Brahmi script dating to 600 BC found at Porunthal site is located 12 km South West of Palani .
Plese Clarify.....
1.Sanskrit do not have own writing scripts , I have doubt Rigveda which script written ? Sanskrit oral language & origin place in Iran ..
Finaly do not spread Wrong information.Mr. Naveen ? Sanskrit - No Native Script & Now days hardly 5000 people only speaking all over world . Why ....... How they written all Vedas in sanskrit (Ture or False ), Please Tell me .
Note : Lord Krishana color is Black , so Krishana (Kannan ) draviden ( Tamil ) Origin.
2.First study about Tamil Kings - The Pandyan or Pandian dynasty was an ancient Tamil dynasty, one of the three Tamil dynasties, the other two being the Chola and the Chera). u will know the histroy of tamil.
3. U said Archaeological Survey of India is foolish people .Archaeological Survey of India discovery the all evidence.
Significant Tamil Brahmi findings :-
1.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.
2.An inscribed amphora fragment in Tamil at the ancient Ptolemic-Roman settlement of Berenice Troglodytica, Egypt, 1st century BCE- 1st century CE.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.
3.Potsherds with Tamil Brahmi inscriptions found in Poonagari, Jaffna, 2nd century BCE.
Black and red ware potsherd with Tamil Brahmi inscriptions in Ucchapanai, Kandarodai, Jaffna, 3rd century BCE.
Mr. Naveen do u think Archaeological Survey of India discovery the all evidence are flase information ? Plsese Clarify.
u do not say same story Again again bhattiprolu script 400 bc & Tamil Brahmi script dating to 500 BC found at Kodumanal, Chennimalai near Erode , Tamil-Brahmi script dating to 600 BC found at Porunthal site is located 12 km South West of Palani ..
kondumanal inscription old as 200 b.c.,why are u giving false information boss,tamil inscriptions are not old as bhattiprolu all 56 telugu brahmi letters engraved in bhattiprolu
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<quoted text> no stone engraved inscriptions found in tamil before 250b.c.and early inscriptions in tamil belong to ashoka,bhattiprolu inscriptions r early stone engraved inscriptions in south india older than 400 b.c.
dear friend tamil inscription from srilanka is 700bc.
palani excavation of urn burial has three letter word "va, ya, ra " in it. it belongs to 500bc.

tamil inscriptions are prior to brahmi scripts. only during 240 bc ashoka introduced brahmi scripts but before that tamil has writing scripts proved in srilankan inscription palani inscription and adichanallur inscription.

telugu was not at all a official language till 575 ad in andhra. it has no writing scripts. telugu followed prakrutham scripts to write. telugu people are slaves of rajputs and tamil cholas.

57000 out of 100000 inscriptions identified in india are in tamil. please refer indian inscriptions in wiki.
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Old Kannada script by the 10th century CE and was used to write Kannada and Telugu languages
The Kadamba script (known as Pre Old-Kannada script) marks the birth of a dedicated Kannada script that was used for Kannada language. It is a descendant of the Brahmi script Syllabic Alphabet or Abugida visually close to Kalinga script.The Kadamba script was developed during the reign of the Kadambas in the 4th - 6th centuries. The Kadamba script is also known as Pre-Old-Kannada script. This script later became popular in what is today the state of Goa and was used to write Sanskrit, Kannada, Konkani and Marathi.
The Kadamba script is one of the oldest of the southern group of south Asian scripts that evolved from the Brahmi script. By 5th century CE it became different from other Brahmi variants and was used in southern India (Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh). It evolved into the Old Kannada script by the 10th century CE and was used to write Kannada and Telugu languages.
Many scripts were derived from Kadamba script including Pyu script.
kadamba script 500 a.d., bhattiprolu script before 400 b.c. Mother of early tamil and kannada brahmi
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dear friend tamil inscription from srilanka is 700bc.
palani excavation of urn burial has three letter word "va, ya, ra " in it. it belongs to 500bc.
tamil inscriptions are prior to brahmi scripts. only during 240 bc ashoka introduced brahmi scripts but before that tamil has writing scripts proved in srilankan inscription palani inscription and adichanallur inscription.
telugu was not at all a official language till 575 ad in andhra. it has no writing scripts. telugu followed prakrutham scripts to write. telugu people are slaves of rajputs and tamil cholas.
57000 out of 100000 inscriptions identified in india are in tamil. please refer indian inscriptions in wiki.
mr tamil moron,srilankan inscriptions never older than 1000 a.d.,u find tamil inscriptions in srilanka bcoz of cholas ruled srilanka at 1000 a.d.
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Hear, all of you morons.There is nothing called 'Pure Tamizh Origin' or anything like that.Don't twist history like Dravidian fundamentalists.(most of them are dalit tamils & telugu naidus) Iam also a Tamizhan.Facts are facts, problem with Indians is that we are not open to opinions.Here are some facts. It is well recorded in history that Agastya created tamil language after his arrival from Indus Valley.Together he brought Vellalars from Dwaraka under the instruction of Lord Siva. The purpose of creating Tamizh language was for easy communication unlike Sanskrit and Prakrit.Dravidian historians will say that only Brahmins were outsiders to South India especially Tamil country.Which is a big lie.Neither Chola,Chera, Pandya or Pallava dynasties were australoids like most dalits in our country.Chola dynasty was established by Vellalars after some 800years after Agastya.Pandya kingdom came from North West India.It was established by Devars(Sanskrit) or Thevars/Mukkulathors known in Tamil.Pallavas had Iranian ancestary, Cheras were either Ezhavas (Sinhalese & Tamil buddhist warriors of low class origins) or Cheramar Pulaya caste.Even brahmins have a 2500 year old presence in Tamilnadu.Many of them have close genetic relations with these rulers. Some brahmins came very recently say about 1100A.D.They are known as Vadamas,later many of them become Sri Vaishnavas/Vadakalai Iyengars under Ramanujar.Half of sangam literature including 'Thirukural','Purananooru','Ak ananooru','Chilapathikaram' have North Indian Jain origins.

RSS Hindu extremists & Dravidian fundamentalists will never reveal the truth about Jain Sangam Works In Madurai Or True Tamil History.

Meaning of Chola Region = New Country (Central Tamil Nadu)
Meaning Of Pandya = Old Country (South Tamilnadu)
Meaning Of Chera = Hill Country (Kerala)
Meaning Of Pallava = From Pahlavi kingdom In Persia ruled from Kanchi & Chennai.
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No inscriptions in tamilnadu are older than ashoka inscriptions at 250 b.c.,ashoka brahmi is the early tamil brahmi of tamilnadu,tamil script was developed after the ashoka brahmi only.early tholkapiyam grammer & tamil literature in tn was between 100 b.c to 400 a.d,and which was totally mass copied from vedas and composed some fake mythical stories which was opposite to original versions of sanskrit texts,written their own fake history in their grammer,tamil inscriptions in srilanka found bcoz of cholas rule after 1000 a.d.in malaysia and thailand bcoz of pallava rule. Bhattiprolu inscriptions are hard engraved inscriptions older than 400 b.c. Ashoka telugu brahmi inscriptions on pillar edicts old as 265 b.c. Ashoka named bhattiprolu as brahmi and introduced to tamils and kannadas,jacob fool,if u say bhattiprolu as prakrit then tamil and kannada was also born from prakrit,infact prakrit has literatures at 400 b.c.and script similiar to sanskrit. Really Not us u tamils are lived as slaves under ashoka empire,pallavas(origin of andhra),medieval cholas(non tamils)nayaks origin of ap, u people are the biggest slaves in india for long time under telugu people tamil fools
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Chandraprakasham Jain wrote:
Hear, all of you morons.There is nothing called 'Pure Tamizh Origin' or anything like that.Don't twist history like Dravidian fundamentalists.(most of them are dalit tamils & telugu naidus) Iam also a Tamizhan.Facts are facts, problem with Indians is that we are not open to opinions.Here are some facts. It is well recorded in history that Agastya created tamil language after his arrival from Indus Valley.Together he brought Vellalars from Dwaraka under the instruction of Lord Siva. The purpose of creating Tamizh language was for easy communication unlike Sanskrit and Prakrit.Dravidian historians will say that only Brahmins were outsiders to South India especially Tamil country.Which is a big lie.Neither Chola,Chera, Pandya or Pallava dynasties were australoids like most dalits in our country.Chola dynasty was established by Vellalars after some 800years after Agastya.Pandya kingdom came from North West India.It was established by Devars(Sanskrit) or Thevars/Mukkulathors known in Tamil.Pallavas had Iranian ancestary, Cheras were either Ezhavas (Sinhalese & Tamil buddhist warriors of low class origins) or Cheramar Pulaya caste.Even brahmins have a 2500 year old presence in Tamilnadu.Many of them have close genetic relations with these rulers. Some brahmins came very recently say about 1100A.D.They are known as Vadamas,later many of them become Sri Vaishnavas/Vadakalai Iyengars under Ramanujar.Half of sangam literature including 'Thirukural','Purananooru','Ak ananooru','Chilapathikaram' have North Indian Jain origins.
RSS Hindu extremists & Dravidian fundamentalists will never reveal the truth about Jain Sangam Works In Madurai Or True Tamil History.
Meaning of Chola Region = New Country (Central Tamil Nadu)
Meaning Of Pandya = Old Country (South Tamilnadu)
Meaning Of Chera = Hill Country (Kerala)
Meaning Of Pallava = From Pahlavi kingdom In Persia ruled from Kanchi & Chennai.
no man u r wrong about pallavas
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Feb 16, 2014
 
Chandraprakasham Jain wrote:
Hear, all of you morons.There is nothing called 'Pure Tamizh Origin' or anything like that.Don't twist history like Dravidian fundamentalists.(most of them are dalit tamils & telugu naidus) Iam also a Tamizhan.Facts are facts, problem with Indians is that we are not open to opinions.Here are some facts. It is well recorded in history that Agastya created tamil language after his arrival from Indus Valley.Together he brought Vellalars from Dwaraka under the instruction of Lord Siva. The purpose of creating Tamizh language was for easy communication unlike Sanskrit and Prakrit.Dravidian historians will say that only Brahmins were outsiders to South India especially Tamil country.Which is a big lie.Neither Chola,Chera, Pandya or Pallava dynasties were australoids like most dalits in our country.Chola dynasty was established by Vellalars after some 800years after Agastya.Pandya kingdom came from North West India.It was established by Devars(Sanskrit) or Thevars/Mukkulathors known in Tamil.Pallavas had Iranian ancestary, Cheras were either Ezhavas (Sinhalese & Tamil buddhist warriors of low class origins) or Cheramar Pulaya caste.Even brahmins have a 2500 year old presence in Tamilnadu.Many of them have close genetic relations with these rulers. Some brahmins came very recently say about 1100A.D.They are known as Vadamas,later many of them become Sri Vaishnavas/Vadakalai Iyengars under Ramanujar.Half of sangam literature including 'Thirukural','Purananooru','Ak ananooru','Chilapathikaram' have North Indian Jain origins.
RSS Hindu extremists & Dravidian fundamentalists will never reveal the truth about Jain Sangam Works In Madurai Or True Tamil History.
Meaning of Chola Region = New Country (Central Tamil Nadu)
Meaning Of Pandya = Old Country (South Tamilnadu)
Meaning Of Chera = Hill Country (Kerala)
Meaning Of Pallava = From Pahlavi kingdom In Persia ruled from Kanchi & Chennai.
pallavas are andhras,and tamils,pahlavi are iranians
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Feb 16, 2014
 
Naveen kumar wrote:
<quoted text> are u male or female,hindu r ex hindu,what r u trying to conclude bastard
OLDEST SURVIVING HINDU SCRIPTURE UNEARTHED TODAY BY ARCHEOLOGISTS!

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The Scripture is said to be narrated by Saraswati!!
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Brahmi born from bhattiprolu inscriptions and ashoka named it as brahmi and introduced same brahmi to tamil,kannada people and different parts of india,the scripts derived from sanskrit or prakrit is written in devanagiri script such as hindi,nepali,punjabi,bhojpuri, etc... Tholkappiyam is copied grammer from vedic sanskrit betweem 100 b.c and 400 a.d as the script of tamil was developed quicker than others,early inscriptions of tamil brahmi introduced by ashoka and which too not a total developed tamil script from 250 b.c.
Tholkappiam and vedic sanskrit-----Now Naveen moron is accepting indirectly the relation between vedic sanskrit and Tamil.Does he know that Panini Grammar was not written in Sanskrit and For Sanskrit. Panini and Tholkapiar are contomporaries
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Feb 16, 2014
 
Tholkappiam and vedic sanskrit-----Now Naveen moron is accepting indirectly the relation between vedic sanskrit and Tamil.Does he know that Panini Grammar was not written in Sanskrit and For Sanskrit. Panini and Tholkapiar are contemporaries
Soon he will claim that Tholkapiar know telugu and translated to Tamil.
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Mudaliar wrote:
Tholkappiam and vedic sanskrit-----Now Naveen moron is accepting indirectly the relation between vedic sanskrit and Tamil.Does he know that Panini Grammar was not written in Sanskrit and For Sanskrit. Panini and Tholkapiar are contemporaries
Soon he will claim that Tholkapiar know telugu and translated to Tamil.
tholkappiyam was copied from vedic grammer,tamils copied vedas and also created some fake myths,no history from tamils,tamil early inscriptions 250 b.c.,tamil kings are north indians,tamilnadu is formed by north indians and andhras

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