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Vol. 3 No. S-2 (2021): Volume 3, Issue S-2, Year 2021

Religious Theory in the Thinai Grammar

Ganeshwari P
Department of Tamil, Ayya Nadar Janaki Ammal College, Sivakasi-626123, Tamil Nadu, India.

Published 2021-04-30


  • Thinai Grammar,
  • Sanskrit,
  • buddhist,
  • Veera Choliam

How to Cite

P, G. (2021). Religious Theory in the Thinai Grammar. International Research Journal of Tamil, 3(S-2), 117-121.

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The Tamil word is basic ally from the grammar of the Tamil word. The grammar system that divides world life into 'Thinai' is a very important system in Tamil. Language changes are taking place in a scientifically functioning society. The cultivation and productivity of the foundation of society have an impact on the superstructure of the society, the art, literature and culture. The religious god thought is in the life classification of the Tamil grammar which is the basis for the creation of words. The tholkappiyam period of the resurrection of the collective life is a symbol of the non-religious protodravidian ism and directly links the doctrine of God to the people.  The authors of the well developed landslide society, who wrote to tholkappiyam, have also incorporated the theory of God, based on the various religious and social contexts. The Veera Choliam with buddhist background and Neminatha with Jainism link the god sandals in the higher dina. The nannul also inscribes the sanskrit influence of the deity and the naraka of the sanskrit influence, and the sanskrit influential theory of the proto Dravidian grammar of the grammar, the devar and the narakar a number of religious theories.


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