Tamil Katturai Essays and Term Papers

  • History of India - Sangam Age

    as long ago as 10,000 BCE, but most was written from c. 400 BCE to c. 400 CE. of Between 350 BCE to 200 CE, South India (mostly Tamil Nadu) was ruled by the three Tamil dynasties of Chola, Pandya and Chera. The Cholas The heartland of the Cholas was the fertile valley of the Kaveri River, but...

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  • Mk Universi

    ty M.A., M.Sc., M.Com., M.T.M., M.F.C., M.C.A., M.B.M., & other post graduate Degree (Semester) Examinations - Nov. 2010 M.A. branch VII (a) Tamil | Date Time Subjects Code Marks | first...

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  • Dialect Variation

    Variation in Tamil Tamil is one of the ancient languages of the world with records inthe language dating back over two millennia. Its origins are notprecisely known, but it developed and flourished in India as a language with a rich literature. With an estimated 30,000inscriptions, Tamil has the largest...

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  • World Wars

    Tamil Eelam INTRODUCTION Tamil Eelam (Tamil: தமிழீழம் tamiḻ īḻam, generally rendered outside Tamil-speaking areas ) is a proposed independent statethat Tamils in Sri Lanka and the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora aspire to create in the north and east of Sri Lanka. Tamil Eelam has no official...

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  • Ltte

    has been fighting for an independent state of Tamil Eelam. I agree that the LTTE was a hindrance to the Tamil cause as their actions led the Sinhalese government to adopt harsher actions against the Tamils. However, the LTTE was also a help to the Tamil cause because the Sinhalese government was ...

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  • Tamils Against Their World

    Katherine Loiselle Mrs. Paquette World Studies Honors English 9 May 2012 Tamils against the World There is a genocidal crisis in Sri Lanka, where the Tamil minority in the island's north and east are facing “ethnic cleansing” at the hands of the Sinhalese-dominated government. Sri Lanka has a population...

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  • sshomework

    can say that it is drawn by the Tamil society. As source A is adapted from www.tamilnet.com and it is drawn in the view of a Tamil. I can infer this because the Tamils were treated badly after the government introduced some policies and they did not benefit the Tamils in any point and it was more of...

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  • Svat

    Academy of Tamil Nadu An Initiative of Government of India, Government of Tamil Nadu and CII Introduction to Computer Systems and System Software ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu An Initiative of Government of India, Government of Tamil Nadu and CII Basics of Computers ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu ...

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  • decline of pan-indian identity

    Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore, 1856–1965 John Solomon a a University of New South Wales Available online: 04 May 2012 To cite this article: John Solomon (2012): The Decline of Pan-Indian Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore...

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  • Sri Lanka Conflict

    of the Tamils at their discrimination. An armed group, the Tamil Tigers, was formed which resorted to attacking Sinhalese as well as Tamil officials who supported the ruling party. Many incidences of violence ensued including the 1983 riots where 13 Sinhalese soldiers were killed by the Tamil Tigers...

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  • Social

    Chapter 4 Case Study 1 : Conflict in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka •Sinhalese •Sri Lankan Tamils •Indian Tamils Sinhalese Sri Lankan Tamils Indian Tamils Percentage 73.8% 12.6% 5.1% History Stayed in Sri Lanka for more than 1000...

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  • The Eventual Formation of the Tamil Tigers Was Inevitable. How Far Do You Agree with This Statement? Explain Your Answer.

    eventual formation of the Tamil Tigers was inevitable. How far do you agree with this statement? Explain your answer. I agree that the eventual formation of the Tamil Tigers was inevitable. The discriminatory policies by the Sinhalese government were targeted against the Tamils. An example is the Ceylon...

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  • The Ltte Was More a Hindrance Than a Help to the Tamils in Sri Lanka.

    Q: The LTTE was more a hindrance than a help to the Tamils in Sri Lanka. The LTTE was a help to the Tamil cause because they had tried to voice their unhappiness regarding their human rights on behalf of all the other Tamils in Sri Lanka. This gave them hope that they would be heard and actions would...

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  • tamil nadu

    TAMIL NADU The Tamil Home Land The Tamil people of the island of Ceylon (now called Sri Lanka) constitute a distinct nation. They form a social entity, with their own history, traditions, culture, language and traditional homeland. The Tamil people call their nation 'Tamil Eelam'.  As a nation...

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  • tamil

    The Tamils are nature lovers and their relation to the religion is based on the nature. Currently, 88% of the population in Tamil Nadu are Saivam, Vainavam, Ayya Vazhi & Non believers, 6% are Christians, 5.57% are Muslims and the rest consists of different religions including Buddhists. This could largely...

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  • Causes of Conflict in Sri Lanka

    either born there in Sri Lanka or those fathers and grandfathers were born there. As a result, many Indian Tamils found themselves stateless. Though India tried to solve the problems, many Indian Tamils continued to stay stateless in the 1980s.In 2003, Sri Lanka passed the Grant of Citizenship to the person...

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  • FACTS ABOUT TAMIL LANGUAGE

    FACTS ABOUT TAMIL LANGUAGE INTRODUCTION: Tamil  is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Tamil is also a national...

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  • Sri Lanka War

    founding of this island country , originally Ceylon , the two main communities – Sinhalese people (majority , who occupied the southern part , and the Tamil people (minority , occupying the vast northern part of the country initially occupied the country with the Sinhalese people taking over the leadership...

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  • Malayalam Evolution

    Lakshadweep and Mahé. It is spoken by 35.9 million people.[1] Malayalam is also spoken in the Nilgiris district, Kanyakumari district and Coimbatore of Tamil Nadu, Dakshina Kannada, Bangalore and Kodagu districts of Karnataka.[1][5][6][7] Overseas it is also used by a large population of Indian expatriates...

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  • Sri Lanka Conflict Resolution Case Study

    at the turn of the twentieth century listed four major races: the Sinhala (66%), the Sri Lanka Tamils (13%), the Muslims (6%) and the Indian Tamils (13%). The Sri Lanka Tamils and the Indian Tamils spoke Tamil. Most were Hindu. The Sinhala spoke the Sinhala Language and practiced Buddhism. The Sinhala...

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