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Saturday, September 4, 2010

This Is The Real Truth : எந்தமிழ் எல்லார்க்கும் வேந்து





Devaneya Pavanar

எந்தமிழர் எல்லார்க்கும் வேந்து


The information that given here are did not have any purpose to blame other friends (language).
BUT THE PURPOSE IS TO PUBLISH THE TRUTH OF WORLD FIRST DIVINE LANGUAGE ESPECIALLY TO THE FORGOTTEN TAMILAN . If the tamilans know about the true history of tamil language, culture and tamilan's life style all the social problems can be solved. BECAUSE NOWADAYS MOST OF TAMILANS DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE REAL ROOT. THEY JUST HANGING IN OTHER'S INPROPER BRANCH.



Devaneya Pavanar (ஞா. தேவநேயப் பாவாணர்; Ñānamuttaṉ Tēvanēya Pāvāṇar; also known as G. Devaneyan, Ñanamuttan Tevaneyan; lived 1902–1981), was a prominent Indian Tamil author who wrote over 35 books.

In his 1966 Primary Classical language of the World he makes some extraordinary claims - for example he argued that the Tamil language is the "most natural" (iyal-moḻi) and also a proto-world language, being the oldest (tol-moḻi) language of the world, from which all other major languages of the world are derived. He believed that its literature, later called Sangam literature and usually considered to have been written from 200 BCE and 300 CE, spanned a huge period from 10,000 to 5,500 BCE.[1] He was also a staunch proponent of the "Pure Tamil movement" and initiated the Etymological Dictionary Project primarily to bring out the roots of Tamil words and their connections and ramifications.

Views on TAMIL versus Sanskrit


Pavanar's Vadamoli Varalaru argues that hundreds of Sanskrit words can be traced to a Tamil origin, and at the same time he insisted that pure Tamil equivalents existed for Sanskrit loan words. He claimed that Tamil is a "superior and more divine" language than Sanskrit. In his view the Tamil language originated in "Lemuria" (இலெமூரியா Ilemūriyā), the cradle of civilization and place of origin of language. He believed that evidence of Tamil's antiquity was being suppressed by Sanskritists.

Pavanar's timeline for the evolution of mankind and Tamil is as follows:

  • ca. 500,000 BC: origin of the human race,
  • ca. 200,000 to 50,000 BC: evolution of "the Tamilian or Homo Dravida[3]",
  • ca. 200,000 to 100,000 BC, beginnings of Tamil
  • ca. 100,000 to 50,000 BC, growth and development of Tamil,
  • 50,000 BC: Kumari Kandam civilisation
  • 20,000 BC: A lost Tamil culture on Easter Island which had an advanced civilisation
  • 16,000 BC: Lemuria submerged
  • 6087 BC: Second Tamil Sangam established by a Pandya king
  • 3031 BC: A Chera prince wandering in the Solomon Islands saw wild sugarcane and started cultivation in Tamil Nadu.
  • 1780 BC: The Third Tamil Sangam established by a Pandya king
  • 7th century BC: Tolkappiyam, the earliest extant Tamil grammar

In the preface to his 1966 book The Primary Classical Language of the World he wrote:

There is no other language in the whole world as Tamil, that has suffered so much damage by natural and human agencies, and has been done so much injustice by malignant foreigners and native dupes. The general belief that all arts and sciences are progressively advancing with the passage of time, is falsified in the case of philology, owing to the fundamental blunder of locating the original home of the Tamilians in the Mediterranean region, and taking Sanskrit, a post-Vedic semi-artificial composite literary dialect, the Indian Esperanto, so to speak, for the prototype of the Indo-European Form of Speech. Westerners do not know as yet, that Tamil is a highly developed classical language of Lemurian origin, and has been, and is being still, suppressed by a systematic and co-ordinated effort by the Sanskritists both in the public and private sectors, ever since the Vedic mendicants migrated to the South, and taking utmost advantage of their superior complexion and the primitive credulity of the ancient Tamil kings, posed themselves as earthly gods (Bhu-suras) and deluded the Tamilians into the belief, that their ancestral language or literary dialect was divine or celestial in origin.


In a chapter entitled Tamil more divine than Sanskrit, Pavanar gives the reasons why he judges Tamil to be "more divine" than Sanskrit, arguing for "Primary Classicality of Tamil", he enumerates:

TAMIL Language Sanskrit Language
Primitive and original. Derivative.
Spoken and living language. Semi-artificial literary dialect.
Of Lemurian Origin. Of Indian Origin.
Scriptural studies exoteric. Scriptural studies esoteric.
Inculcation of cosmopolitanism. Division of society into numerous castes on the basis of birth and parentage.
Admission of all to asceticism. Restriction of asceticism to Brahmins.
Holding higher education common to all. Restriction of higher education to Sanskritists
Encouragement of gifts to all the poor and needy. Enjoinment on the donorsto give only to the Sans-kritists.
Love of truth. Love of imposture and plagiarism.
Laying of emphasis on love, as means of attaining eternal bliss. Laying of emphasis on knowledge, as means of attaining union with the universal soul
Having monotheistic Sai-vism and Vaisnavism as religions. Having a system of sacrificesto minor deities as religion.
Literary description natural. Literary description imaginary.

His claims regarding the "Primary Classicality of Tamil":

    • Lemurian origin of Tamil.
    • Phonological simplicity of Tamil.
    • Catholicity of Tamil.
    • Tamulic substratum of the Aryan family of languages.
    • Morphological purity and primitiveness of Tamil.
    • The presence of the words ‘amma’ and ‘appa’Mama and papa in almost all great languages in some form or other.
    • Absence of Nominative case-termination in Tamil.
    • Separability and significance of all affixes in Tamil.
    • Absence of morphological gender in Tamil
    • Absence of arbitrary words in Tamil.
    • Traceability of Tamil to its very origin.
    • Logical and natural order of words in Tamil.
    • Absence of dual number in Tamil.
    • Originality and natural development of Tamil.
    • Highest order of the classicality of Tamil.



(This page is taken from wikipedia and other sources. wherever the truth are we can take it. thanks for wikipedia)