LINGUISTIC ‘EXPERTS’ ARE SCOUNDRELS, IDIOTS, LIARS AND CHARLATANS- 3 (Post No.10,872)

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Post No. 10,872

Date uploaded in London – –    21 APRIL  2022         

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Strange Sri Lankan and Thanjavur Tamil

Until this day, Tamils outside Tamil Nadu write

Dasaratha as Thasaratha, Bhuvana as Puvana, Durga as Thurka. We see this also in Bogazkoi Inscription of 1400 BCE in Turkey. But without knowing Tamil way of writing D, B, J, G, a lot of idiots wrote lot of articles on Kikkuli’s Horse manual of 1380 BCE and Mitannian inscription, Egyptian Thasaratha letters.

They are all idiots proved by overseas Tamils. Probably they did write false theories deliberately.

We in London write Kanaka Thurkai for Kanaga Durga until this day. It is Sri Lankan Tamil. But the same Sri Lankan Tamils use YOGA RAJA in pure Sanskrit because it is good to hear and good to say. It shows one can do this way or that way.

Sri Lankan Tamils write Bimba as Vimba, Cricket as Crikerr and Brent as Brenrr. But though they write RR they pronounce it T.

So what they write is different and what they read is different.

In English we use Cha as Sa in Charles and the same Cha is read as Ke in Character.

At least in English we see French/Latin influence.

In Sri Lankan Tamil RR=T is strange. They are only 3 million in the world where as Tamils in Tamil Nadu 70 million. Why did they have some strange way of writing Tamil, just 30 miles from Tamil Nadu?

THANJAVUR TAMIL AND TIRUNELVELY TAMIL

But Sri Lankans are not alone in this strange behaviour. I was born in old Thanjavur district; Kilvalur near Nagappattinam. My grandpa and grand ma used to say number 85 as EmbLaithainthu. In proper Tamil you don’t need ‘L’ sound in the number 85.

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THREE LINGUISTIC ANECDOTES IN MY LIFE

Sri L.Ganesan is Governor of Manipur in India now. When he was in Madurai as RSS pracharak both of us travelled to Airavatha Nallur by city bus. I asked the bus conductor, ‘Give us two tickets to AIRAVATHA NALLUR’. A lot of fellow travellers including the bus conductor stared at me thinking who is this strange man? Then Ganeshji (now Governor of Manipur) smiled at me and said ‘Ask two tickets for AYLAANUR’. That is the way the locals pronounce it or abbreviate it.

(Strange thing is I worked for 16 years next to that village in Madurai Indian Express Newspapers Ltd. But I dis not know the local word!!)

Once when Ganeshji (now Governor of Manipur) went to Thiru Nel Veli (stupid English people corrupted it as Tinnelvely) he went to River Tambraparani for a bath. With respect he said ‘AYYA, please give me some space’ in the river in the bathing ghat. Then they glowered at him; gave him a stern look as if he had shown them some disrespect. In Tirunelveli you have to use ‘ELE’ instead of pure Tamil AYYA of Madurai . Ganeshji used to tell us such funny anecdotes.

Third story

Fifty years ago I went to an RSS camp in Tirupparai Thurai near Trichy. A crowded bus came with people hanging on foot boards. As I was young, I jumped on to the bus and asked the bus conductor whether it is going to Tirupparai Thurai. Conductor of the bus said ‘Erangu Erangu’ = get down get down. They don’t give you respect.

In India buses going in opposite directions stop at  the same place in crowded bus stands like Trichy. That is the reason I asked that question.

In 10 minutes, another bus came with the same destination shown on the display board. I asked the same question to the bus conductor, and he said Erangu Erangu. I got down and was wondering ‘Oh my God! all the buses have the town name but they say ‘Get Down Get down’. An old man was watching me. He called me and asked ‘Hey Man, where are you coming from ? I said to him ‘I am from Madurai’. He said I thought so. Don’t speak pure Tamil like Madurai here. Say TirupLLAAthurai. Then I realised my linguistic blunder! So my grandpa in saying EmbLLaithainthu (85)  was not alone.

Even the stupid English and Greeks changed, or mis pronounced all Indian names. So do Asokan inscriptions with the Greek names. English changed Tuthukkudi as Tuticorin. Greeks changed beautiful Pataliputra as Balibothra.

Last episode

When I said to other RSS people in the camp about my horrible experience in Tirupparaithurai ,they told me it is the same story in Kanyakumari District. Beautiful Tamil town name Aaral Vaay Mozi is corrupted by local people as Aaraamboli. So it is not the Greeks, it is not the English, even local people can corrupt words and names.

BRING ALL THE LINGUISTIC IDIOTS AND RASCALS TO INDIA WHO WROTE UMPTEEN THEORIES ABOUT SANSKRT AND TAMIL, WE WILL SMASH THEM, THRASH THEM, POWDER THEIR THEORIES AND DUSTBIN THEM. BECAUSE THEY DID NOT KNOW THE DIGLOSSIA IN INDIAN LANGUAGES. WE HAVE SPOKEN FORM, COMPLETELY DIFFERENT FROM WRITTEN FORM. NO BODY KNEW HOW HINDUS SPOKE SANSKRIT IN VEDIC PERIOD. BUT RASCALS AND SCOUNDRELS WRITE FUNNY THEORIES ABOUT Tushratta in Turkey in 1400 BCE.PANINI of 700 BCE TALK ABOUT INTONATION IN SANSKRIT WORDS. BUT WE USE IT ONLY IN VEDIC HYMNS TODAY . CHINESE USE IT IN THEIR DAY TO DAY LANGUAGE

More supporting evidence

Mandarin (Chinese)  is a tonal language, which means the pitch or intonation in which a sound is spoken affects the meaning. For example, if you say tāng with a high tone it means ‘soup’, but táng with a rising tone means ‘sugar’. In Mandarin Chinese, there are four basic pitched tones and a fifth neutral (toneless) tone

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The pitch accent of Vedic Sanskrit, or Vedic accent for brevity, is traditionally divided by Sanskrit grammarians into three qualities, udātta उदात्त “raised” (acute accent, high pitch), anudātta अनुदात्त “not raised” (from अ(न्)- (negative prefix) + उदात्त) (unstressed, or low pitch, grave accent) and svarita स्वरित ” …

To be continued …………………

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