Friday, 20 September 2013

From Adichanallur to Beijing and Tokyo

        The urn burial sites of Adichanallur ,in lower Tamaraparani in Tirunelveli district, was brought to light by a German Dr Jagor in 1876. The funeral furnishings here include pottery, iron implements and weapons, gold diadems and bronze ornaments and utensils, beads and household articles in stone. Sri K A Nilakanta Sastri in his lectures on topic "Sources of Indian history" says that,this grouping of gold, bronze and iron articles find close parallels to tombs at Enkomi in Cyprus and in Gaza and Gerar in Palestine.

        Also the beads of stone , crude glass and semi-precious stones may have been resemblance to the articles used by people all over south and south east Asia.

        When I see the scripts of Adichanallur sites, I can see a striking remote resemblance to the scripts of Chinese and Japanese characters. Further investigation can confirm the affinity on a larger scale.

        It goes on proving that the relationship among Tamil,Chinese, Japanese and near east people are not just a superfluous affinity, but an umblical.

Check the old chinese characters with Tamil.

This is how the Japanese  as of now compares with Tamil.
Refer the letter 'K', you will see an unbroken continuity.

1 comment:

  1. Ta mil language and japan Laguage was having some words still same meaning, Anna = Ani, Vanakam =ohayo, Nantri- karuni =Kanshi, Amma-Chichi-(Ma), Mama= Oji,like some more,