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Their history had its beginnings in the rich alluvial plains near the southern extremity of peninsular India which included the land mass known as the island of Sri Lanka today.The island's plant and animal life (including the presence of elephants) evidence the earlier land connection with the Indian sub continent. that the island separated from the Indian sub continent and the narrow strip of shallow water known today as the Palk Straits came into existence." India's Parthian Colony - On the origin of the Pallava Empire of Dravidia -Dr.Samar Abbas, 2003 "The Pallava Empire was the largest and most powerful South Asian state in its time, ranking as one of the glorious empires of world history.
From the evidence of words in use amongst the early Tamils, we learn the following items of information.
creates the mode of consciousness and this can in a historical perspective become an indicator of national consciousness...
In fact consciousness of the literary heritage was a cause and an index of Tamilian nationality consciousness...
One of the major points of revision concerns the so called 'Aryan invasion theory', often referred to as 'colonial-missionary', implying that it was the brainchild of conquerors of foreign colonies who could not but imagine that all higher culture had to come from outside 'backward' India, and who likewise assumed that a religion could only spread through a politically supported missionary effort.
While not buying into the more sinister version of this revision, which accuses the inventors of the Aryan invasion theory of malice and cynicism, there is no doubt that early European attempts to explain the presence of Indians in India had much to with the commonly held Biblical belief that humankind originated from one pair of humans- Adam and Eve to be precise ..." "Although lacking supporting scientific evidence, this (Aryan Invasion) theory, and the alleged Aryan-Dravidian racial split, was accepted and promulgated as fact for three main reasons.
The dilemma of being torn between South India and Jaffna is most evident in the writings and ideology of the militants for whom India again became the vanishing point when things in Jaffna got too hot, in the good old tradition, but who now have changed their song again and consider themselves as primarily belonging to Sri Lanka.