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Old December 12th, 2012, 08:33 PM   #331
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Tamil survives because it was farthest to reach from afgan passes and stop giving false claims.//

also true, the Tamil region of India had less invasions, but if you consider the Prakrit based dynasties in the North who were stopped by Tamil dynasties (Eg. Mauryan invasions), and if non tamil dynasties ruled Tamilnadu, the language of tamil not changed drastically (Eg. rule of pallavas and kalabras), Tamil still considers as a classical civilization
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Old December 12th, 2012, 08:43 PM   #332
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Tamil and Greek

Linguistic similarities

Greek - Andro - Male
Tamil An - Male

Greek: Ander - Ruler
Tamil: Andan/Ander - ruler

Archon - King
Archan - King

Paleo - old
Palaiya/Pazhaiya - old

terra - land
tharai - land

Aqua - water
Akku - water

Tele - distant
tholai - distant

etc.
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Old December 12th, 2012, 10:35 PM   #333

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Tamil civilization

DNA samples?
Yes the DNA sample. Why you people are evasive when we ask for DNA samples. By the way where is Unmai. He disappears when ever we ask scientific evidences for his propaganda.


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Tamils are one of the oldest tribes living in the world interm of languages

they had longstanding trading relationships with all known world civilizations
Proofs. Please
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Tamil and Greek

Linguistic similarities

Greek - Andro - Male
Tamil An - Male

Greek: Ander - Ruler
Tamil: Andan/Ander - ruler

Archon - King
Archan - King

Paleo - old
Palaiya/Pazhaiya - old

terra - land
tharai - land

Aqua - water
Akku - water

Tele - distant
tholai - distant

etc.
Please tell me why there are no case endings for adjectives in Tamil like , Greek language. I can also arbitrarily pick out similar sound in any languages of the world. Proofs please.

I can also put such a list between Mandarin and English and I can tell that English and Mandarin are inter related
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Old December 12th, 2012, 10:44 PM   #335

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Tamil and Greek

Linguistic similarities

Greek - Andro - Male
Tamil An - Male

Greek: Ander - Ruler
Tamil: Andan/Ander - ruler

Archon - King
Archan - King

Paleo - old
Palaiya/Pazhaiya - old

terra - land
tharai - land

Aqua - water
Akku - water

Tele - distant
tholai - distant

etc.
you should search for the right translation of archon and what shall be "ander"?
That aqua and terra are now greek is also vry surprisingly.

But there is another question. How can you be sure that tamil is the originof greek and not greek the originof tmil or both descendents of an older language?
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you should search for the right translation of archon and what shall be "ander"?
That aqua and terra are now greek is also vry surprisingly.

But there is another question. How can you be sure that tamil is the originof greek and not greek the originof tmil or both descendents of an older language?
You will have hard time convincing Vinoth as he comes from a state in India where schools teach that there existed a lemuria continent some 50,000 years ago the people of whom spoke Tamil.

when you ask for evidence, they will tell you that you are anti tamil etc.
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You will have hard time convincing Vinoth as he comes from a state in India where schools teach that there existed a lemuria continent some 50,000 years ago the people of whom spoke Tamil.

when you ask for evidence, they will tell you that you are anti tamil etc.
probably you will be right. I am hoping for the good
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probably you will be right. I am hoping for the good
let us see.

I will only lok at argument of Unmai though.
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probably you will be right. I am hoping for the good
let us see.

I will only look at argument of Unmai though.
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You will have hard time convincing Vinoth as he comes from a state in India where schools teach that there existed a lemuria continent some 50,000 years ago the people of whom spoke Tamil.
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You can not find the Lemurian hypothesis constantly getting published in the Schools and print media. In my schools day I did not have any information about Lemurian continent but it is popular with the Tamil teachers and propagandists. And again Lemurian theory is there in the current Tamil Nadu government supplied books which were prepared when the DMK were in power.
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