TAMIL-SANSKRIT RELATIONSHIP – PART 4 BY PSS SASTRI (Post No.8035)

Compiled  BY LONDON SWAMINATHAN

Post No. 8035

Date uploaded in London – 24 May 2020   

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IN THE SECOND PART, PS SUBRAHMANYA SASTRI DEALS WITH TAMIL GRAMMAR 

AND SANSKRIT GRAMMAR QUOTING REFERENCES FROM  TOLKAPPIAM (Oldest Tamil Book)

IN PAGES 33 TO 37,  HE SHOWS  THAT TOLKAPPIAN GIVES THE RULES OF HIS PREDECESSESSORS (not his own)

ON PAGE 38 AND 39, HE SHOWS HOW TOLKAPPIAR USED MATERIALS AVAILABLE IN SANSKRIT SCRIPTURES.

ON PAGE 42, SASTRI SAYS TOLKAPPIAN USED PRATISAKHYA (Vedic literature) MATERIALS




tags – Tamil – Sanskrit Relationship- 4, Sastri

TAMIL -SANSKRIT RELATIONSHIP- PART 1 BY P S S SASTRI (Post No.8017)

compiled BY LONDON SWAMINATHAN

Post No. 8017

Date uploaded in London – 21 May 2020   

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I have photocopied the lecture by P S SUBRAHMANYA SASTRI, Professor of Sanskrit , Annamalai University.

I have read it three times in the past 25 years. I wanted to upload it here in parts so that it would be useful to anyone involved in the language research

I have added just brief notes here as a guide-

1.Sastri says both Tamil and Sanskrit are morphologically related but they are NOT genealogically related

2.He has done research in this area for 25 years and delivered the lectures in 1946

3.In pages 1 to 9 he shows how a language changes in course of time. Up to page 9, he gives examples from English and Sanskrit.

Later he gives examples from Tamil literature which I will post  tomorrow.

Now see how English and Sanskrit changed: –




tags — Tamil-Sanskrit, Relationship, Part 1, P S S Sastri

to be continued…………………………………………..