TAMIL- SANSKRIT RELATIONSHIP – PART 3 BY P S S SASTRI (Post No.8030)

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Post No. 8030

Date uploaded in London – 23 May 2020   

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P S SUBRAHMANYA SASTRI’S LECTURE ON TAMIL SANSKRIT RELATIONSHIP IS CONTINUED; HERE IS PART THREE.

BULLET POINTS

PAGE 24 -PASSIVE VOICE FORMATION

Tamil and Sanskrit form passive voice differently

Page 25 – formation of past tense is also different

Page 26 –  some sandhi rues are different

Page 27 – Sanskrit words in modern tamil

Page 28 – Tolkappiar on Sanskrit

Tamil influence on Sanskrit

Page 29 – nir/water, min/fish in Sanskrit came from Tamil

SABARA SWAMIN ON NON-ARYAN WORDS

PIKA, NEMA, SATA, TAMARASA

PAGE 30 AND 31 – I DID NOT COPY THEM BECAUSE IT WAS IN SANSKRIT; BUT I HAVE ADDED THE SAME MATTER FROM ‘YONAS AND YAVANAS IN INDIAN LITERATURE’ by Finnish Oriental Society.

ON PAGE 30 FOLLOWING ENGLISH  MATTER IS PRINTED—

“Kumaraila Bhatta in his commentary on the same bhasya goes further and says that, when words are borrowed from foreign languages like the Dravidian languages, they are slightly changed in form , and fanciful derivations are given to them”

Page 32 – concluding page of first part  

tags- Tags- Tamil- Sanskrit relationship-3

To be continued…………………….

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