Vernacular Tamil Dialect on Philosophy


  • Vignesh S Research Scholar, Tamil Department, Thavathiru Santhalinga Adigalar Arts, Science and Tamil College, Coimbatore, India


Tholkappiyam, Ezhuthathikaaram, Philosophy, Dialect, Belief, Oaths, Tamil Philosophy


Based on the literary, grammatical history and archeological remains it is proven that the Tamil language is more than two thousand years old. This article is based on the hypothesis that the people who lived long before the arrival of religious norms and foreign language philosophies, the beliefs they had about the field we call philosophy today, would have been recorded in such a way as to use language to convey them to others. It indicates that there are thoughts about what happened actually.


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How to Cite

S, Vignesh. “Vernacular Tamil Dialect on Philosophy”. Aazhi International Journal of Tamil Literature Studies, vol. 2, no. 1, Jan. 2024, pp. 6-9,