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Good work at Dravidian culture![edit]

When you have finished, you may go through the text again to split the content precisely along the timeframes. I've noticed some irregularities here and there. If you wish, I'll help you in this matter. Best Regards, --Malaikaran (talk) 12:52, 30 June 2011 (UTC)

Yes, I can contribute to early and modern religion. Soon I'll have some time to step in.--Malaikaran (talk) 09:20, 1 July 2011 (UTC)

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Raja Raja Chola Award[edit]

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I saw some of your messages on talk pages and I am impressed by your dedication to the topic of your choice. Good work and I hope I get to collaborate with you someday. Zuggernaut (talk) 04:20, 12 July 2011 (UTC)

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Kaṉiyan Pūngunṟanār[edit]

Came across your article. Good job :-)-RaviMy Tea Kadai 15:09, 8 February 2012 (UTC)

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Your template on SL Tamil history[edit]

Hi, The template u have made and have been trying to insert into articles on Sri Lanka is not acceptable. In my view its insertion into articles is potentially harmful to the development of many of those of articles and in my opinion the template must be deleted as soon as possible. Please give your views at the talk page of the template, within reasonable time (7 days were given initially, but since u have not responded, another 7 days are given ending 15th Arpril 18:00 UTC, before I take this issue up at the deletion page). Regards,--SriSuren (talk) 07:19, 7 April 2012 (UTC)

I have posted a short and a long answer in the talk page of the template. Please give an answer within a couple of days. I mean that this template is making serious intrusions into some Sri Lanka articles, and should be deleted as soon as possible. If you have nothing more to say about the issue, please state that too, within say 48 hours, since it is urgent that this issue is settled and the template deleted as this template has already caused a couple of editwars and is being aggressively attempted inserted to unrelated articles. The discussions cannot be done in the article pages as you have said, because it is the WP:SYN within the template you have created and have inserted into articles, which is creating problems and that is what should be deleted. --SriSuren (talk) 20:47, 10 April 2012 (UTC)

Your edits in the article Tamilakam[edit]

What you have added to the article is that the 20th century construction called Tamileelam and Naganadu was part of Tamilakam. But you have not given references which say that these places were part of Tamilakam. Not even your dubious and thin references say what you are claiming (see the Talk page of the article) . Previously you did not include Naganadu, but only Ila Nadu and opened the topic in the talk page to get Ilanadu through. You soon dropped Ilanadu when you realized that u have no case. But, then u added Naga nadu, instead of Ilanadu. But still references are missing identifying Naga nadu or Ilanadu or the 20th century construction Tamileelam as a part of Tamilakam. (See the discussion in the talk page).

Your attempt to have a lengthy and confusing discussion in the talk page, is a way to get around the problem of you not having reliable references to what you are claiming. This is why I have said that it is a waste of time, because as long as no scholarly acceptable academic sources say that parts of Sri Lanka/Eelam was a part of Tamilakam, there's nothing to even discuss. Tamilakam (the Tamil country) is defined as the land between Cape Comorin and Vekatam (Thirupathi) hills, in all scholarly available material as a quick Google book search will confirm, so there's nothing to come to a consesus about, since there's no dispute about it. Therefore please do not revert my edit or demand that I discuss your bizzare theories and outrageous claims about an imaginary place called Tamileelam and parts or whole of Sri Lanka being a part of the Tamil country (Tamilakam). You are free to complain to the administrators or even further - according to Wikipedia policies, any unsourced material can be removed, and when the claims are as controversial as your claims, and you continuously fail to give any references, but want to have lengthy discussions, bringing in irrelevant stuff, it is you who is at fault here, not me. I have added about 25 more references and reinstated my edit, but I have not reverted your edit. Please do not revert my edit and please do not add information to the article without giving references to what you are actually adding to the article. Talk page discussions can't be used as an alternative to references. You have still not given a single reference to what u have added to the article. You have 7 days to give references from credible third party sources. If you do not give references, then your edits will be reverted after 7 days.

Also Please follow the guidelines for talk pages and remember to sign each of your entries and keep the threading of the discussion WP:TPG. If and when this discussion goes to dispute resolution and probably beyond, it must be easily visible who is saying what. --SriSuren (talk) 18:17, 29 April 2012 (UTC)

You're invited![edit]

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Welcome to WikiProject Tamil Eelam[edit]

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