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Tamil Translation

Tamil is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by 80 million Tamil peoples from all over the world, especially from South India & North-East Sri Lanka. If you write the name Tamil in Tamil script is “தமிழ்” is itself having a special thing, each letters from each group of Tamil letters i.e., (த) Valliṉam means “Hard”, (மி) Melliṉam means “Soft”, and (ழ்) Iṭaiyiṉam means “Medium”. Also the letter ழ is a special one, which is available only in few languages, (like, Tamil, Malayalam, Chinese, and Japanese). Tamil is one of the longest surviving classical languages among all other languages in the world. The first Tamil language grammar book was found in 1st century BD which is “Tolkappiyam” (தொல்காப்பியம்). Let us see the importance of such a great language’s localization and translation industry.

Tamil Translation:-

If we looking the history of Translation in Tamil, we have the first well tracked translation was in 12th century, where the “Kampa Ramayanam” used to written in Tamil from the source of Sanskrit Ramayana. But before this also there should be possibility for translation due to trade links from Egypt, Rome and many more countries with ancient Tamilnadu.  

After that from the beginning of “East India Company” era onwards Christian missionaries from Europe reached the coastal areas of Tamilnadu and Kerala for the purpose of developing their religions but they have worked lot for literature part in Tamil language. Those missionaries have translated the holy bible into Tamil; also they introduced first printed books in Tamil, which was India’s first printed book.

Tamil Alphabets:-

There are 247 alphabets in Tamil language. This includes 12 + 1 vowels and 18 consonants. The remaining alphabets are consonantal vowels which are the combinations of these vowels and consonants. Also the Tamil language using few Grantha letters also in its texts.

"Tamil Alphabets"

Tamil alphabet

தமிழ் உயிரெழுத்துக்கள்  "Vowels in Tamil"

அ ஆ இ ஈ உ ஊ எ ஏ ஐ ஒ ஓ ஔ ஃ

தமிழ் மெய்யெழுத்துக்கள் "Consonants in Tamil"

க்  ங் ச் ஞ் ட் ண் த் ந் ப் ம் ய் ர் ல் வ் ழ் ள் ற் ன்

Importance of Tamil Translation in business perspectives

Before 90’s some translation happened in Tamil language by Government documents and world’s popular writings Literature field. After that, the things are changed; the Indian government opened the market for global, due to that globalization and technology advancements of the world market extended to all over world.

Native Tamil places having the good opportunity for all such products and technologies. If the products descriptions are available in Tamil, Peoples can easily understand about it results selling will increase easily, also they feel alike home. For some organizations understands the importance of the linguistic part of their products, so they are implemented, and start providing advertisements, notices, and user guides in Tamil. Not only product details also like notifications by banks, software tutorials, software manual guides also providing by some to better communications and knowledge.

A well Tamil linguistic person must have the knowledge of difference between dialects and its texts, especially the difference of ‘Senthamil’ and ‘kodunthamil’.

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