Friday, June 10, 2011

Tamil language, an Art?

All of it started with Gopika's gorgeous yellow saree with tamil letters on it in the movie 'Autograph'. I don't know who's idea it was, but it was definitely different and interesting. Well today, it is in fashion!
Masaba Gupta, Mumbai-based India's famous fashion designer, took inspiration from it and has released similar designs. And people know to read it or not, wear it!

Photo Credit: highheelconfidential

BTW, the lady in the photo is Masaba's mother.

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3 comments:

  1. We will not allow any one to wear this in Bangalore . We want kannada here

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  2. Tamil language is a Dravidian language as well as their subsequent development and the period of their differentiation are unclear...

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  3. Tamil language is an art. The Nannul remains the standard normative grammar for modern literary Tamil, which therefore continues to based on Middle Tamil of the 13th century rather than on Modern Tamil. Modern spoken Tamil also shows a number of sound changes, in particular, a tendency to lower high vowels in initial and medial positions and the disappearance of vowels between plosives and between a plosive and rhotic. Tamil alphabets have different sounds and produces unique sound for each tamil letters. While studying the history of Tamil, it lets you to know tamil language is an art.

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