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THE PRIMARY CLASSICAL LANGUAGE OF THE WORLD. By DEVANEYA PAVANAR (tiebuckverpani.mlyan). Contents. Certificate. v. Preface. vi. Foreword. ix. Devaneya Pavanar composed many musical pieces (Isaik kalambakam) and many . Trust's website has the full texts of a number of Pavanar's books in PDF. Devaneya Pavanar is the author of Thamizhar Varalaaru ( avg rating, 17 ratings, 1 review, See if your friends have read any of Devaneya Pavanar's books.


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Devaneya Pavanar was a prominent Indian Tamil author who wrote over 35 books. Additionally .. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Devaneya Pavanar Paperback Books- download Devaneya Pavanar Books online at lowest price with Rating & Reviews, Free Shipping*, COD. - tiebuckverpani.ml Devaneya Pavanar was a prominent Indian Tamil author who wrote over 35 books. Additionally, he was a staunch proponent of the "Pure Tamil movement" and.

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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. 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. 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: Reception Pavanar was considered by his followers to be a groundbreaking scholar in Dravidology with political leanings towards Dravidian nationalism.

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He does figure in works on language activism and national mysticism Ramaswamy , and of Indian nationalism Kaiwar et al. The Cultural Heritage of India; vol.

V: Languages and literature, p. Chatterji, The Ramakrishna Mission, Institute of Culture, states that "but for his Pavanar's efforts the purity and antiquity of Tamil might have been a myth.

When published, it will provide an impetus to Pavanar's findings" The literary works and books of Pavanar have been "nationalised" by the Government of Tamil Nadu in the course of the "Golden Jubilee year of National Independence" This means that the copyright for Pavanar's work is now owned by the state of Tamil Nadu, his legal heirs having been compensated financially. Thamizh Mozhi Kaavalar G. Elavazhagan of Tamilman Patippakam has brought out all the works of Pavanar for his centenary celebrations, — The field being vast and extensive, was looking forward to some more work on a comprehensive scale founded on ancient classical Tamil and am glad to say that Mr.

Devaneyan has met my expectation almost wholly.

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Tamil scholars may safely rely on his careful treatment of the subject and dare say they will be greatly benefited by a diligent perusal of his works. It is my humble opinion that in the study of Tami!

Devaneyan stands pre-eminent and has few rivals. Further Mr.

Devaneyan is an impressive teacher and an interesting lecturer as had seen on several occasions when had presided over the annual deliberations of Tamil Sangams to hear him speak to large audiences and engage their attention by flavouring his speech with wit and humour. As a painstaking research scholar am confident he will bring name and fame to any institution that will engage his services.

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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.Still was looking about whether any competent scholar would take up the subject; and was gratified to a certain extent when Father Jnanaprakasar of Jaffna sent me his interesting work on Tamil Philology.

He attended and graduated from C.

Literary description imaginary. Laying of emphasis on knowledge, as means of attaining union with the universal soul.

Unt il t hat , we have t o wait.