• Hasitha J.
    2 days

    . Right down your alley.

  • Chaturanga B.
    3 days


  • Priya P.
    3 days

    Tamil is my mother tongue.

  • Kirti K.
    3 days

    u can learn it quicker than me then

  • Salwa S.
    4 days

    i did not know there were similarities between these languages!!

  • Pratyusha B.
    4 days


  • Suswagata C.
    4 days


  • Bhadra P.
    4 days

    seeeeeeeee i always had this feeling... it soooo soooo sounds close to tamil!!!!!!!

  • Rama S.
    5 days

    have I shared this before with you

  • Deepthi S.
    5 days

    Yea.. I too felt the same way...appa ommma

  • Kamalesh P.
    7 days

    Its not ayodya.. its ayudaa an altar name for kanyakumari

  • Anna V.
    19/02/2021 12:30

    Not Ayodhya but Ayuta in Kanyakumari

  • Bhasker K.
    19/02/2021 02:47

    It is not mystery, real reason is Princes from Ayi kudi i.e. Tamil native clan along the bank of river Vaigai, went to Korea on a merchand trip n married Korean Prience. All the decendents from than king have tamil influence Ayi kudi is wrong interpreted as people of Ayodhya, History, was misguided. Ayodhya, got nothing to do with tamil influence. Moreover history date back further ancient.

  • Kalai S.
    17/02/2021 04:37

    Ancient Bharatha people went to almost all parts of the world and spread their language, hindusim, custom and technology to the world and Tamils is one of the best in it.

  • Anbu A.
    16/02/2021 11:26


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    15/02/2021 18:48


  • Reena R.
    15/02/2021 14:23

    I don’t understand one thing I’m sorry but I find this very discriminating and hence would never ever want to see your posts again

  • Bakiya L.
    15/02/2021 13:01


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    15/02/2021 12:31


  • Anshul V.
    15/02/2021 09:41

    Ninad Ranade go discuss now for hours at a stretch

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