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Tamil belongs to the Dravidian family of languages. About 70 million people speak the language. Over 50 million of them live in the South Indian State of Tamil Nadu. The next largest Tamil population is in Sri Lanka, mostly in the North-eastern Province. Tamils live or work in virtually every country in the world. This category is for websites relating to Tamil language, including literature, grammar, linguistics, lessons and history of the language.
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Links to Tamil education centers around the world.
Tamil lessons with pronunciation, printable work sheets and coloring pages and videos.
An online version of a textbook to teach Tamil to those who know English. Written for kids in middle school and older.
Online portal for children who want to learn Tamil language. Appropriate for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school students.
Distance learning for the Tamil language. Includes lessons details and fee structure.
Learn to read Tamil using these lessons as a guide.
Includes materials with a focus on instruction in modern spoken and written Tamil, suitable for studying with a teacher.
Learn to read Tamil using these lessons as a guide.
An online version of a textbook to teach Tamil to those who know English. Written for kids in middle school and older.
Includes materials with a focus on instruction in modern spoken and written Tamil, suitable for studying with a teacher.
Online portal for children who want to learn Tamil language. Appropriate for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school students.
Links to Tamil education centers around the world.
Tamil lessons with pronunciation, printable work sheets and coloring pages and videos.
Distance learning for the Tamil language. Includes lessons details and fee structure.
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