BHAARAT...THE CRADLE OF THE OLDEST KNOWN CIVILIZATION ON THE PLANET EARTH... HAS A TAMIL SONG AS THE MOST POPULAR SONG IN THE WORLD....
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on November 20, 2002

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A Tamil song from a 1991 Indian film is topping them all in a worldwide poll to find the most popular song on this  planet earth....

The Tamil song ''RAKKAMMMA KAIYA THATTU'' is one of three Indian songs riding high in the top ten of a BBC poll of radio listeners, celebrities and politicians from 116 countries. 

Tamil Nadu (a third portion of former state of Madras) is a state in south-east part of bhaarat (India) with a population of about 50 million people...

So far, more than 900 songs have been chosen and the Beatles have the most nominated songs. The BBC World Service said it had received votes from 116 countries with the most votes coming from India. 

Read more about Tamil Nadu and Tamil language from which a song hit the top of the world by clicking on the next line..... 



 

Tamil Nadu (a third portion of former state of Madras) is a state in south-east part of bhaarat (India) with a population of about 50 million people...

Tamil Nadu capital city is Chainai (formerly known as Madras). Tamil is the language spoken by ninety percent of the state's population. 

Tamil language is the oldest among the Dravidian family of languages of southern bhaarat. Its grammar and form is independent of sanskrit. Tamil is famous for its retroflexed consonants and a very powerful oratory capability. 

Tamil has produced major historical stories, epic poetry, devotional hymns to shiv-dev under the influence of vedik sanskrit, buddhism and Jainism dating back to 6 B.C. However, in the 20th century, Dravidian movement emerged rejecting the excessive influence of sanskrit language to "purify" Tamil language. This also prompted non-acceptance of Hindi as official language with a compromise to have tri-language, Hindi, Tamil and English  for all state schools and colleges.  The state has some magnificent temples with high and ornamented gourams which exhibit distinctive Dravidian temple architecture. 

Please click on TAMIL NADU -THE KNOWLEDGE BASED STATE to see this land with historic vedik culture.....



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