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Cameroonians Speak Tamil

Tamil people, prominent in India, and well established in neighboring countries like Sri Lanka, have one of the oldest languages on the face of the earth.

Cameroonians Speak Tamil by Tamil Chinthanaiyalar Peravai

(TAMIL NADU, India) - This video establishes the fact that one of the tribes of the west African nation, speak Tamil, using the videos by NOVA.

In this video, for the first time, we have explained the origin of the name "Berber" of a tribe of people who speak Tamazight language. It is a north African language spoken by Moroccan, Algerian & Libyan people.

Berber means "Dry Land" people and the word origin is Tamil Varavara, which is an adjective meaning "dry" in Tamil.

Our conclusion is proven right from the fact that the Tinfinagh script of the Tamazight language is a derivative of Indus script which again is an ancient Tamil Script.

Tamazight also sounds like Tamil. The fact that Cameroonians, situated close to Algeria, speak a deformed dialect of Tamil, strengthens our conclusion that all of the African languages including Tamazight, were derived from ancient Tamil.

Cameroonians Speak Tamil

by Tamil Chinthanaiyalar Peravai



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Hindustani December 5, 2018 10:44 am (Pacific time)

You are wrong.

palavesh January 16, 2016 8:28 pm (Pacific time)

Really iam very much proud about our our tamil language, and most of africans are our relatives,really very thank ful about this video

Chris August 4, 2015 2:49 am (Pacific time)

Tamils speak Cameroonian is more likely.

Vaikom Madhu November 9, 2013 8:47 am (Pacific time)

It is most likely that the Cameroonian tribe speak a language that is derived from Tamil. Because by most accounts Tamil is one of the oldest language and Tamilian were seafaring people of yore. Even the language I speak, Malayalam, is derived from Tamil. Tamil is probably is older than Sanskrit.

siddharth June 21, 2013 11:24 pm (Pacific time)

It's the other way around...people moved from Africa to the rest of the world. So Tamil is derivative of African language, not the other way around. It's well established that African people moved to India via the red sea 30000 years ago, probably bringing proto-Dravidian with them...

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