Thamizh is mother of sanskrit and both share roots from sumerian

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Sanskrit is Tamizh `s Ha-thiruththam.
Thiru+mozhi,Thrimozhi,Thramizh,Thamizh
Etymologically it could be "hathiruth-hathrith-sathrith-sanskrith."

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I remember that i presented a paper on tamil grammar a merry go
round way back in1989 to IITS_Taramani Chennai.
Somehow the article was not published nor any communication received
to that effect.
Unfortunately i did not retain a copy of my research. But the logic
i developed i recollect now which is as follows.:
With 12 vowels and one neuter which is called as "ayutha
ezhuththu"and 18 consonents it is by far the first attempt to
systematise a language into the structured format.
vowels A consonent preceding"
even vowels can precede them.
ya=is formed by=A+i+a
The peculiarity of cha is that at any place other than the first in
a word it lightens to sa and preceding with another half consonent
ich it regains cha status.
Language learners in the formal education pattern are not fed with
good logic resulting in bad pronounciation which we often see.
kha/gha" as "' and with that eliminate the need for '' in the
script?
"'can be ""and "ig"can be""."ghan"(musik)can be"".it
could be "" .
Like this we transliterate sanskrit text but my idea goes beyond
this.
Since sanskrit is a derived language from tamil i am in the order of
fixing sanskrit to tamil orgin not to attempt adapting tamil to
sanskrit as i told you that sanskri is a derived language.
I had already told you that we have to eliminate intermediate
consonents from sanskrit words and adopt tamil equivalent to prove
that the world is classical tamil or sumerian tamil.There may be
varients in the process of development cycle of sanskrit.
One thing comes to my mind is that rg veda could be a product of 1st
tamil sangam.
tamil and sankrit are now two school of thoughts emerging from their
mother sumerian tamil.While formulation of rg veda there might two
school of thoughts one to restrict phonetics to first order
consonents and second to elongate to intermediary order this also
the reason i believe that we can reduce sanskrit to its orginal
tamil form.
May be we are making some progress here that may lead into
understanding better how from the same basic phonology of Sumerian
the phonology of Sanskrit as different from it developed.
>The need to induce large volume of words into the vocabulary
could have resulted in thinkers of those days to extrapolate (ha)to
form multitude of permutations in the language and form a new
structural varient from sumerian tamil.
sanskrit and c.tamil should then share same roots for their
ancestors are same that is dravidians and not aryans.
Attempt towards this proposition ahs already started and let us hope
in the near future we will be able to substantiate this view.

Hi
I believe you may be right. Once we seriously look at
the role Sanskrit played as a link language in India,
and accept the fact that the Dravidians introduced a
literary tradition in India and Central Asia, then we
can realize the role Dravidian played in providing a
frame for the Sanskrit language.
It is interesting that the Pakistani scholars
appear to accept the Dravidian influence over their
languag, yet the Hindi speakers will not. I wonder
why??? Let us remember that Sanskrit was used to unite
Indian people, later it became the property of the
elites, who made it into a code to unite their class.
C.A. Winters

Since i find C.Tamil and Sanskrit to be two schools emanating
from sumerian Tamil .I tend to apply the logic that Sanskrit
produced the three higher order of consonent at a later stage when
it branched out of C.tamil in order to refine the language structure
with the advancvement of then civilization But both are /should have
been from the same stock of people but with different affiliation of
language development like todays microsoft/sunmicrosystam or
anyother.It is yet probed what were those compulsions that Three
higher orders became imperitive in the development cycle of Tamil.






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