- Category: Miscellaneous
- #1100Younger Generation never knows the richness of tamizh and its importance.
Whats the pity is that the older generation also wont adivse their wards to learn the importance of tamil and its beauty.
I saw in many homes they converse in English and other language though their mother tongue is tamil. If this is the state of affair, how the younger generation will learn our past.
Ask any body about Silapathigaram, Valayapathi and Kundalakesi.
They simply say that it may be the names of old tamil films.
Theeinal Sutta Punn Arumay...Aaradhey Naavinaal Sutta Vadu...
- #1201to be frank we dont have to think about younger generation...most of the people of our generation dont know the value of tamizh... thevaram,thiruvasagam etc.There are many. The tamizh pronounciation of the naalvar namely appar,sundarar,manickavasagar,samandar and as said before silapathikaram, valayapathi and kundalakesi are completely different from what we have now..how many tamizh people know about these things which are the asserts of our tradition?
- #1374Yes, most of us know Tamil is rich. It has a solid history. It is in the use of our people for years which could not be numbered. It has full of wisdom. It is scientific. It is informative. It stands unique among so many other languages in the world.
But how many of us are able to say with certitude, at least for any one of the above said pints "I can justify it"
Our language, Tamil makes us feel proud. But how have many of us make the language feel proud? Let us do some introspection.