Tamil Connection To Cameroon Central Africa

When  posted an article that World’s Oldest Temple built by Brahmins, in Gobekli Tepe,Turkey, there were criticisms that the site was 11000 Years old and hence my claim that it was built by Indians is wrong as the Ramayana is s on Sanatna Dharma spread dated only around 5000 BC.

Flag of Cameroon.Image.png Flag of Cameroon.

I replied through my post My Posts On Sanatana Dharma Spread Reply to Critics.

I have been trying to validate the archaeology Astronomy, Cultural and Linguistic similarities, references in the Indian Legends, Puranas, Ithihasa, Ancient  and local refernces and Sanskrit /Tamil Literature

I had posted articles on the existence of Tamils in the Paleolithic Age  and we have Gondwana ,Lemuria to contend with.

One more curious fact I have found is that while the History  of  Arabia is totally not available for the period preceding Prophet, I have a post on this, the  details of ancient African Religion and languages have been brushed aside by a statement that the ancient Africans were barbaric and there were only dialects and no civilization.

I do not subscribe to this view.

Now here is the evidence , based on Linguistics, that the present   a tribe of Cameroon, one among the 220, uses a Dialect that is a mixture of deformed as well as chaste Tamil!

They use even the current Tamil words in vogue.

Please watch the Video.

The statements in the Video are true excepting the explanation for the word Gramam as Gramam is a Sanskrit word and does not have connotation as explained the Video.


Cameroon /ˌkæməˈrn/, officially the Republic of Cameroon (French: République du Cameroun), (German: Republik Kamerun), is a country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Nigeria to the west; Chad to the northeast; the Central African Republic to the east; and Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and the Republic of the Congo to the south. Cameroon’s coastline lies on the Bight of Bonny, part of the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean. The country is often referred to as “Africa in miniature” for its geological and cultural diversity. Natural features include beaches, deserts, mountains, rainforests, and savannas. The highest point is Mount Cameroon in the southwest, and the largest cities are Douala, Yaoundé, and Garoua. Cameroon is home to over 200 different linguistic groups. The country is well known for its native styles of music, particularly makossa andbikutsi, and for its successful national football team. French and English are the official languages. After independence, the newly united nation joined the Commonwealth of Nations, although the vast majority of its territories had previously been a German colony and, after World War I, a French mandate.(wiki)


Sanskrit From Shiva’s Damaru Maheswar Sutras

Tamil Classical literature and Tamil Grmmar Texts Agathiyam and Tholkaapiyam declare that Tamil Language was revealed by Lord Shiva as the Language of Mortals,Manusha Basha.

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Nataraja, A Form of Lord Shiva

This he is reported to have given to Sage Agastya and Lord Shiva presided over the first Conclave of Tamil Poets.

The second conclave of Tamil Poets was presided over by  Lord Subrahmanya, who is called Muruga in Tamil, the term Murugu in Tamil meaning ‘Exquisite Beauty’, which might denote both Muruga and Tamil.

The Tamil language is so organised that the Form of Muruga is represented by the Tamil Language.

I shall be posting on this.

Now I have come across the information that Sanskrit Language, which the Puranas describe as the Language of Gods, was from the sound of Lord Shiva’s Damru, a percussion instrument which adorns Lord Shiva’s hand.

After completion of His Cosmic dance,Shiva sounded His Damaru as the Universe was being created.

These sounds create maintain regulate and destroy the Universe.

Semen and Sound are mentioned as the Creative Force  of the Universe.

Lord Subrahmanya is worshiped as the embodiment of both.

Nada Bindu Kaladi Namo.

Bindu may be translated as Semen in the physical plane and as stages of spiritual development in Nada Yoga.


“A damaru (Skt.damaru; Tibetan ཌཱ་མ་རུ; Devanagari: डमरु) or damru is a small two-headed drum, used in Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism.Damru is known as the instrument of Lord Shiva. Damru was first created by Shiva to produce spiritual sounds by which this whole universe has been created and regulated…


In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, the damaru is part of a collection of sacred implements and musical instrument was adopted from the tantric practices of ancient India. These reached the Land of Snows from the 8th to 12th century, persisting in Tibet as the practice of Vajrayana flourished there, even as it vanished in the subcontinent of India…

There are two types of Damaru, Skull Damaru and Chod Damaru.

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Maheswara Sutras from Shivas’ Damaru


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The FortennVerses Of Maheswara Sutra.

The Maheshwara Sutra is the most ancient known Sanskrit alphabet sequence. This alphabet sequence is at the same time a powerful Mantra and the vibrations of its sound has healing powers.

1. अ इ उ ण् |
2. ऋ ऌ क् |
3. ए ओ ङ् |
4. ऐ औ च् |
5. ह य व र ट् |
6. ल ण् |
7. ञ म ङ ण न म् |
8. झ भ ञ् |
9. घ ढ ध ष् |
10. ज ब ग ड द श् |
11. ख फ छ ठ थ च ट त व् |
12. क प य् |
13.श ष स र् |
14. ह ल् |

The fourteen sutras contain all the letters of the Sanskrit varnamala- the svaras (vowels) a, i, u, R^i, lR^i, e, ai, o, au and all the vyanjanas (consonants). As per the Rig Veda Lord Shiva brought this Sanskrit alphabet sequence, and the Sanskrit language to earth. The sounds of the alphabet originated from Lord Shiva’s ‘damru’, probably some kind of a sound device.




My 28 Names For Intelligence Wisdom Lord Subrahmanya Murugan

Skanda worship is very important in the Vedas.


While organizing the innumerable Deities mentioned in the Vedas and those followed by misinterpretations of the Vedas, Adi Shankarachatya gave the pride of place in the Shanmathas, the six systems of worship, The Kaumaram.


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Lord Subrahmanya.


The Tamils speak of Lord Subrahmanya, best among Brahmins, as Murugan, embodiment of Beauty and the Tamil Language represents Lord Muruga in all his aspects.


Innumerable Hymns abound in Sanskrit,Tamil and other Regional languages of India.


Lord Subrahmanya is called as Karthikeya in India other than Tamil Nadu where he is worshiped as Murugan.


A rare stotra of Lord Kathikeya where Lord Subrahmanya Himself mentions His Twenty Eight Names, where he declares that these names would grant one Intelligence and Wisdom, among other things.


Kartikeya Pragya Vivardhana Stotra.


कार्तिकेय    प्रज्ञाविवर्धन    स्तोत्र
Kartikeya Pragya Vivardhana Stotram
योगीश्वरो महासेनः कार्तिकेयोऽग्निनंदनः ।
स्कंदः कुमारः सेनानीः स्वामी शंकरसंभवः ॥१॥
Yogiishvaro Mahaa-Senah Kaartikeyo[a-Aa]gni-Nandanah |
Skandah Kumaarah Senaaniih Svaamii Shankara-Sambhavah ||1||

1.1: (Salutations to Sri Kartikeya) Who is a Master Yogi, Who is known as Mahasena when referred to as the Son of Agni Deva and Who is known as Kartikeya when referred to as the son of the six Kritikas,
1.2: Who is known as Skanda when referred to as son of Devi Parvati, Who is known as Kumara when referred to as son of Devi Ganga, Who is the Leader of the Army of Devas, Who is our Master and Who is Born of Lord Shankara.

गांगेयस्ताम्रचूडश्च ब्रह्मचारी शिखिध्वजः ।
तारकारिरुमापुत्रः क्रौंचारिश्च षडाननः ॥२॥
Gaangeyas-Taamra-Cuuddashca Brahmacaarii Shikhi-Dhvajah |
Taaraka-Arir-Umaa-Putrah Krauncaa-Rishca Ssaddaananah ||2||

2.1: (Salutations to Sri Kartikeya) Who is Loved by Mother Ganga and His Follower Tamrachuda, Who is Celebate and hasPeacock as His Emblem,
2.2: Who is the Enemy of Tarakasura and Krauncasura, Who is the Son of Devi Uma and has Six Faces.

शब्दब्रह्मसमुद्रश्च सिद्धः सारस्वतो गुहः ।
सनत्कुमारो भगवान् भोगमोक्षफलप्रदः ॥३॥
Shabdabrahmasamudrashca Siddhah Saarasvato Guhah |
Sanatkumaaro Bhagavaan Bhogamokssaphalapradah ||3||

3.1: (Salutations to Sri Kartikeya) Who is Accomplished in the Knowlege of the Ocean of Sabda-Brahman, Who is Eloquent in describing the Great Spiritual Secrets of the Sabda-Brahman and hence aptly known as Guha when referred to as the Son of Lord Shiva (who is the embodiment of Sabda-Brahman),
3.2: Who is Always Youthful and Pure like Sanatkumara, Who is Divine and Who Grants both the Fruits for Worldly Enjoyment(due to meritorious deeds) and final Liberation.

शरजन्मा गणाधीश पूर्वजो मुक्तिमार्गकृत् ।
सर्वागमप्रणेता  वांच्छितार्थप्रदर्शनः ॥४॥
Sharajanmaa Gannaadhiisha Puurvajo Muktimaargakrt |
Sarvaagamaprannetaa Ca Vaancchitaarthapradarshanah ||4||

4.1: (Salutations to Sri Kartikeya) Who was Born on Shara, a particular variety of grass and hence known as Saravana, Whose Elder is Sri Ganesha and Who has Created (i.e. Shown) the Path of Liberation,
4.2: Who is Reverentially Saluted by All the Agamas (Scriptures) And Who Shows the Way towards the Desired Object of Spiritual Life (as mentioned in the Scriptures).


अष्टाविंशतिनामानि मदीयानीति यः पठेत् ।
प्रत्यूषं श्रद्धया युक्तो मूको वाचस्पतिर्भवेत् ॥५॥
Assttaavimshatinaamaani Madiiyaaniiti Yah Patthet |
Pratyuussam Shraddhayaa Yukto Muuko Vaacaspatirbhavet ||5||

5.1: My Devotees who Repeat My Twenty Eight Names and Contemplate on My Spiritual Precepts …
5.2: Everyday in the Early Morning with Faith and Devotion, will Become a Master of Speech even if he is Dumb (due to lack of wisdom).

महामंत्रमयानीति मम नामानुकीर्तनम् ।
महाप्रज्ञामवाप्नोति नात्र कार्या विचारणा ॥६॥
Mahaamantramayaaniiti Mama Naamaanukiirtanam |
Mahaaprajnyaamavaapnoti Naatra Kaaryaa Vicaarannaa ||6||

6.1: My Spiritual Precepts and Devotional Repetition of My Names will act like Maha Mantra,
6.2: Also Devotee will Obtain Great Wisdom and Intelligence by Contemplating on My Divine Leela (Play).


इति श्रीरुद्रयामले प्रज्ञाविवर्धनाख्यं
श्रीमत्कार्तिकेयस्तोत्रं सम्पूर्णम् ॥७॥
Iti Shrii-Rudrayaamale Prajnyaa-Vivardhan-Aakhyam
Shriimat-Kaartikeya-Stotram Sampuurnnam ||7||

7.1: Thus Ends the Description which Augments the Intelligence and Wisdom from the Rudra Yamala text,
7.2: Thus Ends the Eulogy of the Illustrious Sri Kartikeya.








Sanskrit Best For Artificial Intelligence Study


Two languages,Sanskrit and Tamil are the oldest languages of Humanity.



While Tamil is in very much vogue, spoken Sanskrit is practically dead, save in a few villages in Maharashtra near Pune and in  Kerala.


Both the languages though unique in their own way, they have influenced each other.


One of the reasons for these languages being called Rich is the fact that they are as logical as Mathematics and Logical Positivism.


Language to be rich should have the capacity to transmit thoughts unambiguously, logically the Human feelings and emotions.


This can be achieved in two primary ways.


One is that one word indicating a thing or feeling shoudl have as many words as possible to differentiate and convey the exact feeling or thought.


Tamil achieves this by possessing as many word as possible to indicate the same thing or feeling.


For instance, the word which one uses for” more in Tamil is ‘Athikam/Jaasthi.


These words unfortunately are not Tamil.


There are Seven  words to convey the meaning with a slight difference.


They are,


சால, உறு, தவ ,நனி ,கூர் ,கழி, மிகல்.


There is a fine distinction between these words .


This way Tamil makes sue one expresses feelings exactly.


The second is that emotions and thoughts can be expressed through the tone.


This Sanskrit achieves by differentiating sounds.


Letters have different sounds to differentiate sounds.


The sound ‘ka’ as four different tones and this is accommodated in Sanskrit by ascribing four different letters.


Depending on he tone, the meanings change.


And to make things more clear in a Language, clarity has to be achieved by giving prominence to the Verb.


Both Tamil and Sanskrit use this to the maximum advantage.


Computer programming needs such clarity of thought and logical sequencing.


This becomes more critical in  Artificial Intelligence.


Sanskrit has been found to be the most suited for developing Artificial Intelligence.


NASA Research papers confirm this.


A Report.


There is at least one language, Sanskrit, which for the duration of almost 1,000 years was a living spoken language with a considerable literature of its own. Besides works of literary value, there was a long philosophical and grammatical tradition that has continued to exist with undiminished vigor until the present century. Among the accomplishments of the grammarians can be reckoned a method for paraphrasing Sanskrit in a manner that is identical not only in essence but in form with current work in Artificial Intelligence. This article demonstrates that a natural language can serve as an artificial language also, and that much work in AI has been reinventing a wheel millenia old.


Semantic Nets
For the sake of comparison, a brief overview of semantic nets will be given, and examples will be included that will be compared to the Indian approach. After early attempts at machine translation (which were based to a large extent on simple dictionary look-up) failed in their effort to teach a computer to understand natural language, work in AI turned to Knowledge Representation.

Since translation is not simply a map from lexical item to lexical item, and since ambiguity is inherent in a large number of utterances, some means is required to encode what the actual meaning of a sentence is. Clearly, there must be a representation of meaning independent of words used. Another problem is the interference of syntax. In some sentences (for example active/passive) syntax is, for all intents and purposes, independent of meaning. Here one would like to eliminate considerations of syntax. In other sentences the syntax contributes to the meaning and here one wishes to extract it.



It is obvious that the act of receiving can be interpreted as an action involving a union with Mary’s hand, an enveloping of the ball by Mary’s hand, etc., so that in theory it might be difficult to decide where to stop this process of splitting meanings, or what the semantic primitives are. That the Indians were aware of the problem is evident from the following passage: “The name ‘action’ cannot be applied to the solitary point reached by extreme subdivision.”

The set of actions described in (a) and (b) can be viewed as actions that contribute to the meaning of the total sentence, vix. the fact that the ball is transferred from John to Mary. In this sense they are “auxiliary actions” (Sanskrit kuruku-literally “that which brings about”) that may be isolated as complete actions in their own right for possible further subdivision, but in this particular context are subordinate to the total action of “giving.” These “auxiliary activities” when they become thus subordinated to the main sentence meaning, are represented by case endings affixed to nominals corresponding to the agents of the original auxiliary activity. The Sanskrit language has seven case endings (excluding the vocative), and six of these are definable representations of specific “auxiliary activities.” The seventh, the genitive, represents a set of auxiliary activities that are not defined by the other six. The auxiliary actions are listed as a group of six: Agent, Object, Instrument, Recipient, Point of Departure, Locality. They are the semantic correspondents of the syntactic case endings: nominative, accusative, instrumental, dative, ablative and locative, but these are not in exact equivalence since the same syntactic structure can represent different semantic messages, as will be discussed below. There is a good deal of overlap between the karakas and the case endings, and a few of them, such as Point of Departure, also are used for syntactic information, in this case “because of”. In many instances the relation is best characterized as that of the allo-eme variety..


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He Blesses Even Those Who Curse Him Subrahmanya

The Embodiment of Beauty, Murugan in Tamil,  the Best among Brahmins, is a God who Blesses you even when you Curse Him…In Tamizh.





He is described as the God of Tamil , His Father, Shiva, gave the langauge Tamil and Murugan was the chief among the poets Sammelan in the Tamil Sangam Era.


So close was Lord Murugan considered by the Tamils, so attached to Him were/are  they to Him, He is praised as a Toddler.


He is described as so accessible to those to the Tamil Language that He Blesses even those who Curse Him in Tamil, says Saint Arunagirinathar.



மொய் தார் அணிகுழல் வள்ளியை வேட்டவன், முத்தமிழால்
வைதாரையும் ஆங்கு வாழ வைப்போன், வெய்ய வாரணம் போல்,
கை தான் இருபது உடையான் தலைப் பத்தும் கத்தரிக்க
எய்தான் மருகன், உமையாள் பயந்த இலஞ்சியமே!


முத்தமிழால் வைதாரையும் ஆங்கு வாழ வைப்போன்-He Blesses even Those who curse Him in Tamil.

moii-thaar aNi-kuzhal vaLLiyai vEttavan muth-thamizhaal

vai-thaarai-yum anggu vaazha vaip-pOn veyya vaaraNam pOl

kai-thaan irupadhu udai-yaan thalai paththum kaththarikka

ei-thaan marugan umaiyaaL baya-ndha ilang-chiyamEy


The God who married Valli who wears flowers,

In her pretty hair around which bees fly,

The god who is the nephew of Lord Rama,

Who cut off  the ten heads of Ravana,

Who resembled an exuberant elephant,

And the God who is the stream of Goddess Parvathi,

Would be present  and bless the one with happiness,

Even if ill is told of him in the three Tamils*.


(Translation by P.R.Ramachander)





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