Tamil King Offered Tharpana The Dead In Mahabharata 3102 BC


The Sanatana Dharma was an intruder into Tamil Culture, it was imposed by the Brahmins who crossed over th India through the Khyber Pass, say the Rationalists and The self-styled scholars of Tamil.

Yes , it was imposed to such an extent that the early Tamil literature Ahanaanuru records that the Chera King Udiyan Cheralaathan offered Tharpana to the people killed in the Mahabharata war.

Balarama Worships Muruga In South Visits Pandyas


Here is yet another proof that the South was a part of Sanatana Dharma, Aryan Dravidian Theory is a myth and the people of North India and South India were a part of the Glorious Bharatavarsha.

Rama’s marriage was graced by the Kings of South India.

Damayanti’s Swayamwara had Tamil Kings presence.

Lord Krishna married a Pandya Princess.

Arjuna went on a pilgrimage to South and married a Pandya princess.

Chola and Pandya Kings fought on the side of Pandavas in The Mahabharata War.

Chera King fed both the Kaurava and Pandava armies and performed Sraddha , Obsequies for those killed in the war.

The Vedas mention Lord Muruga as Skanda.