Tamil culture heritage

Tamil culture is rooted in the way of life of Tamils ​​in Tamil Nadu, Tamil Eelam, Malaysia, Singapore and around the world. Tamil Culture Language, Literature, Music, Dance, Folk Art, Martial Arts, Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Sports, Media, Humor, Food, Clothing, Celebrations, Philosophy, Religions, Rituals, Institutions, Science Revealed and Technology. Tamil culture refers to the unique cultural elements that are preserved through the Tamil language, the  Tamil homeland, Tamil traditions, history, values, arts, and social, economic and political platforms.

Although Tamil culture has long been preserved, revised and improved, it is a dialectical culture that is subject to constant change.

“The structure of Tamil culture is essentially two-dimensional, one culturally dependent and the other culturally independent. That is the consequence. ” 

According to Bhavana, culture is a changed morality and civilization is a changed life. The former is the ‘internal component’ and the latter is the ‘external component’. There is a civilized culture and there is a non-civilized culture. Tamil culture is superior to both.

In many cases it is difficult to clearly define what Tamil culture is and what Tamil culture is not, but an intellectual assessment can be made. For example, neither Judaism nor Sikhism can enter the Tamil cultural circle. On the contrary, vegetarianism has a close connection with Tamil culture.


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