Most people are familiar with the story of Atlantis, but India has a similar tale, though it probably is less well known. This is the ‘lost continent’ of Kumari Kandam, frequently called Lemuria. The term Lemuria has its origins in the latter part of the 19th century. Legend goes that the kings of Kumari Kandam were the rulers of the whole Indian continent, the oldest civilization in the world. When Kumari Kandam was submerged, its people spread across the world and founded various…

Most people are familiar with the story of Atlantis, but India has a similar tale, though it probably is less well known. This is the ‘lost continent’ of Kumari Kandam, frequently called Lemuria. The term Lemuria has its origins in the latter part of the 19th century. Legend goes that the kings of Kumari Kandam were the rulers of the whole Indian continent, the oldest civilization in the world. When Kumari Kandam was submerged, its people spread across the world and founded various…

http://hemanththiru.blogspot.com The lost continent of "Kumari Kandam" sunk into the Indian Ocean 1000s of years ago, vanishing a humongous Tamil civilization.

http://hemanththiru.blogspot.com The lost continent of "Kumari Kandam" sunk into the Indian Ocean 1000s of years ago, vanishing a humongous Tamil civilization.

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Kumari Kandam map.png In the 19th century, a section of the European and American scholars speculated the existence of a submerged continent called Lemuria, to explain geological and other similarities between Africa, India and Madagascar. A section of Tamil revivalists adapted, connecting it to the Pandyan legends of lands lost to the ocean, as described in ancient Tamil and Sanskrit literature. According to these writers, an ancient Tamil civilization existed on the Lemuria, before it was…

Kumari Kandam map.png In the 19th century, a section of the European and American scholars speculated the existence of a submerged continent called Lemuria, to explain geological and other similarities between Africa, India and Madagascar. A section of Tamil revivalists adapted, connecting it to the Pandyan legends of lands lost to the ocean, as described in ancient Tamil and Sanskrit literature. According to these writers, an ancient Tamil civilization existed on the Lemuria, before it was…

The Lost Continent of Kumari Kandam | Ancient Origins

The Lost Continent of Kumari Kandam | Ancient Origins

Lemuria-Kumari-Kandam-Map    According to the Matsya Purana, Manu was the king of Dravidadesa land in Kumari Kandam. There are scattered references in Sangam literature, such as Kalittokai 104, to how the sea took the land of the Pandiyan kings, after which they conquered new lands to replace those they had lost. There are also references to the rivers Pahruli and Kumari, that are said to have flowed in a now-submerged land. The Silappadhikaram, one of the Five Great Epics of Tamil Literatur

Lemuria-Kumari-Kandam-Map According to the Matsya Purana, Manu was the king of Dravidadesa land in Kumari Kandam. There are scattered references in Sangam literature, such as Kalittokai 104, to how the sea took the land of the Pandiyan kings, after which they conquered new lands to replace those they had lost. There are also references to the rivers Pahruli and Kumari, that are said to have flowed in a now-submerged land. The Silappadhikaram, one of the Five Great Epics of Tamil Literatur

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