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Tamil (/ ˈ t æ m ɪ l /; தமிழ் Tamiḻ, pronunciation (help · info)) is a Dravidian language natively spoken by the Tamil people of South Asia.Tamil is the official language of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and an official language of the two sovereign nations, Singapore and Sri Lanka.
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- Beginning of Bible translation
- Current Status of Bible translation in the language
The first Bible to be Translated in India The history of Bible translations into the Tamil language commences with the arrival of Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg at Tranquebar in 1706. Johann Philipp Fabricius, a German, revised Ziegenbalg's and others' work to produce the standard Tamil version. Seventy years after Fabricius, at the invitation of Peter Percival a Saiva scholar, Arumuka Navalar, produced a "tentative" translation, which came to be known as the "Navalar version," and was largely...
The history of Bible translation into Tamil begins with the arrival of Bartholomew Ziegenbalg at the Danish settlement of Tranquebar in 1706. He had a remarkable gift for languages and he was tireless in diligence and made rapid progress. He had completed the translation of the New Testament within five years of his arrival in the Tamil area; it was published in 1714, and by 1719, the year of his death, he had finished the Old Testament up to the Book of Ruth. The remaining work was completed by
Bible society of India produced the translation widely used by protestants in Tamil Nadu. you can read the online version in this page
In collaboration with Church centric bible translation, Free Bibles India has published a Tamil translation online.
The Tamil Bible is undergoing first-ever re-editing with archaic renderings are being replaced with more meaningful terms. The work is almost complete and computer keying-in of the text will be taken up shortly. A fresh Common Language translation of the Tamil Bible was brought out in the year 1995. The same has been in circulation now though not widely distributed. This text is undergoing revision for setting right all inconsistencies including typographical errors.
Bigg Boss Tamil is an Indian Tamil-language version of the reality TV program Bigg Boss. The program follows the Big Brother format developed by Endemol in the Netherlands . Over three years, Bigg Boss has rolled out three seasons and fourth season also started.
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Tamil version. Bharthruhari was made in Tamil in 1944 and directed by K. Subramanyam. The film starred Serukalathur Sama, B. Jayamma, G. Pattu Iyer, N. S. Krishnan and V. N. Janaki. The music was composed was V. K. Parthasarathy Ayyangar. The film had a duet sung by Jayamma and Krishnan. Soundtrack
The Tamil version of the film was made separately with a significantly different cast, character names and locations. The Tamil film was censored on 16 January 1953 and was 17245 feet in length. Production. Both Telugu and Tamil versions of the film were directed by Chittor V. Nagaiah, who also produced the films under the banner Our India Films.
Other versions. Chandramukhi was dubbed in Telugu and was simultaneously released with the same title as the Tamil version. It was also dubbed and released in Bhojpuri under the title Chandramukhi Ke Hunkaar. It is the first Tamil film to be dubbed into German. It was released in Germany under the title, Der Geisterjäger (transl.
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