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Colours

நிறம்

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&Custom colours

&தனிப்பயன் வண்ணங்கள்

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Colourful

நிறம்

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Colour

நிறம்

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My fonts and colours

எனது எழுத்துருக்களும் வண்ணங்களும்

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Page fonts and colours

பக்க எழுத்துருக்கள் மற்றும் வண்ணங்கள்

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&Add to Custom Colours

&தனிப்பயன் வண்ணங்களில் சேர்க்கவும்

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&Define Custom Colours >>

&தனிப்பயன் வண்ணங்களை வரையறுக்கவும் >>

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desiya orumaipadu katurai Dialect Variation Variation in Tamil Tamil is one of the ancient languages of the world with records inthe language dating back over two millennia. Its origins are notprecisely known, but it developed and flourished in India as a language with a rich literature. With an estimated 30,000inscriptions, Tamil has the largest... Premium855 Words3 Pages FACTS ABOUT TAMIL LANGUAGE FACTS ABOUT TAMIL LANGUAGE INTRODUCTION: Tamil is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Tamil is also a national... 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Premium389 Words1 Pages decline of pan-indian identity Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore, 1856–1965 John Solomon a a University of New South Wales Available online: 04 May 2012 To cite this article: John Solomon (2012): The Decline of Pan-Indian Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore... Premium10993 Words40 Pages Samanam Samanam in Tamil Literature This lesson discusses the role of the Samanars or Jains in the growth of the Tamil language. It examines the pioneering efforts of the Samanars in enriching the Tamil language. It analyses some of the most important grammar, literary and religious texts composed by the Samanars... 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In 1964, India decided to help the Indian Tamils who were stateless. It was agreed that... Premium564 Words3 Pages topics  TAMIL NADU OPEN UNIVERSITY GUINDY, CHENNAI – 600 025 TIME TABLE FOR JULY– 2010 TERM END EXAMINATIONS U.G. PROGRAMMES Time: Fore Noon (F/N) : 10:00 a.m – 01:00 p.m After Noon (A/N) : 02:00 p.m – 05:00 p.m FOUNDATION COURSE– OTHER LANGUAGES COMMON FOR ALL FIRST... Premium5434 Words86 Pages Research Paper About Srilankan War and a unitary state governed by a presidential system. It’s the pearl of Indian Ocean. This country is the home for many religions, ethnicities and languages. Firstly, the Buddhist which was thrown out of India was shipped to Sri Lanka. These are the first generation of people who stepped in to this Island... Premium2060 Words6 Pages

தேசிய orumaipadu katurai

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desiya orumaipadu katurai Dialect Variation Variation in Tamil Tamil is one of the ancient languages of the world with records inthe language dating back over two millennia. Its origins are notprecisely known, but it developed and flourished in India as a language with a rich literature. With an estimated 30,000inscriptions, Tamil has the largest... Premium855 Words3 Pages FACTS ABOUT TAMIL LANGUAGE FACTS ABOUT TAMIL LANGUAGE INTRODUCTION: Tamil is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Tamil is also a national... Premium867 Words3 Pages Tamils Against Their World Katherine Loiselle Mrs. Paquette World Studies Honors English 9 May 2012 Tamils against the World There is a genocidal crisis in Sri Lanka, where the Tamil minority in the island's north and east are facing “ethnic cleansing” at the hands of the Sinhalese-dominated government. Sri Lanka has a population... Premium936 Words3 Pages Lerning Secondry Language for Military of Introducing Tamil as a second language for Sri Lanka Army We have been in a war for a period of more than 3 decades. Approximately 95% of the battle zone is located within Tamil speaking territory. Few hundred thousand civilians are living in this territory. Most of them are Tamil speaking and directly... Premium660 Words2 Pages Linguistic Rights Linguistic rights (or language rights or linguistic human rights) are the human and civil rights concerning the individual and collective right to choose the language or languages for communication in a private or public atmosphere. Other parameters for analyzing linguistic rights includes degree of... Premium1556 Words5 Pages Malayalam Evolution Malayalam (മലയാളം malayāḷam, pronounced [mɐləjaːɭɐm]( listen)), is one of the four major Dravidian languages of southern India. It is one of the 22 scheduled languages of India with official language status in the state of Kerala and the union territories of Lakshadweep and Mahé. It is spoken by 35.9... Premium1267 Words4 Pages Sri Lanka Conflict Resolution Case Study century listed four major races: the Sinhala (66%), the Sri Lanka Tamils (13%), the Muslims (6%) and the Indian Tamils (13%). The Sri Lanka Tamils and the Indian Tamils spoke Tamil. Most were Hindu. The Sinhala spoke the Sinhala Language and practiced Buddhism. The Sinhala were the majority throughout... Premium1669 Words5 Pages Causes of Conflict in Sri Lanka either born there in Sri Lanka or those fathers and grandfathers were born there. As a result, many Indian Tamils found themselves stateless. Though India tried to solve the problems, many Indian Tamils continued to stay stateless in the 1980s.In 2003, Sri Lanka passed the Grant of Citizenship to the person... Premium744 Words3 Pages tamil Tamil /ˈtæmɪl/[8] (தமிழ், tamiḻ, [t̪ɐmɨɻ] ?) is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Tamil is also a national language of Sri Lanka[9] and... Premium817 Words4 Pages Tamil TAMIL It is said that “Before the birth of stones and sand, brave tamil man was born”. It portrays the heritage of tamil language... Premium389 Words1 Pages decline of pan-indian identity Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore, 1856–1965 John Solomon a a University of New South Wales Available online: 04 May 2012 To cite this article: John Solomon (2012): The Decline of Pan-Indian Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore... Premium10993 Words40 Pages Samanam Samanam in Tamil Literature This lesson discusses the role of the Samanars or Jains in the growth of the Tamil language. It examines the pioneering efforts of the Samanars in enriching the Tamil language. It analyses some of the most important grammar, literary and religious texts composed by the Samanars... Premium606 Words2 Pages Sri Lanka War founding of this island country , originally Ceylon , the two main communities – Sinhalese people (majority , who occupied the southern part , and the Tamil people (minority , occupying the vast northern part of the country initially occupied the country with the Sinhalese people taking over the leadership... Premium1668 Words5 Pages Social Chapter 4 Case Study 1 : Conflict in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka •Sinhalese •Sri Lankan Tamils •Indian Tamils Sinhalese Sri Lankan Tamils Indian Tamils Percentage 73.8% 12.6% 5.1% History Stayed in Sri Lanka for more than 1000... Premium1363 Words11 Pages State Symbols of Tamilnadu emblem of Tamil Nadu contains the tower or gopuram of the popular Srivilliputhur Andal Temple at the center in yellow colour. The base consists of the Indian emblem (Sarnath Lion Capital) at the center in red colour with the Indian flag on both sides.The emblem also has 2 inscriptions in Tamil script,... Premium1402 Words6 Pages Ss Sl Notes Rights • Language Policy / ‘Sinhala Only’ Policy / Jobs in the Civil Service • University Admission • Resettlement Policy British Colonial Rule: • The conflict is due to British colonial rule because the Tamils were favoured at that time in jobs and education. • English-educated Tamils could enter... Premium730 Words3 Pages Is Multilinguism Inherently Unstable? problem of Sri Lanka has been one of identity. The Tamils want to preserve their identity and the Sinhalas want to overrun it. For much of the last 20 years it has suffered fighting between the armed forces of the predominantly Sinhalese government and Tamil Tiger rebels who want an independent homeland... Premium1209 Words4 Pages Conflicts in Multi Ethnic Societies born there. As a result, many Indian Tamils found themselves stateless. Though the Indian Tamils have lived in Sri Lanka for many years, they do not have basic rights such as education, jobs, housing and voting. In 1964, India decided to help the Indian Tamils who were stateless. It was agreed that... Premium564 Words3 Pages topics  TAMIL NADU OPEN UNIVERSITY GUINDY, CHENNAI – 600 025 TIME TABLE FOR JULY– 2010 TERM END EXAMINATIONS U.G. PROGRAMMES Time: Fore Noon (F/N) : 10:00 a.m – 01:00 p.m After Noon (A/N) : 02:00 p.m – 05:00 p.m FOUNDATION COURSE– OTHER LANGUAGES COMMON FOR ALL FIRST... Premium5434 Words86 Pages Research Paper About Srilankan War and a unitary state governed by a presidential system. It’s the pearl of Indian Ocean. This country is the home for many religions, ethnicities and languages. Firstly, the Buddhist which was thrown out of India was shipped to Sri Lanka. These are the first generation of people who stepped in to this Island... Premium2060 Words6 Pages

தேசிய orumaipadu katurai Dialect Variation Variation in Tamil Tamil is one of the ancient languages of the world with records inthe language dating back over two millennia. Its origins are notprecisely known, but it developed and flourished in India as a language with a rich literature. With an estimated 30,000inscriptions, Tamil has the largest... Premium855 Words3 Pages FACTS ABOUT TAMIL LANGUAGE FACTS ABOUT TAMIL LANGUAGE INTRODUCTION: Tamil is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Tamil is also a national... Premium867 Words3 Pages Tamils Against Their World Katherine Loiselle Mrs. Paquette World Studies Honors English 9 May 2012 Tamils against the World There is a genocidal crisis in Sri Lanka, where the Tamil minority in the island's north and east are facing “ethnic cleansing” at the hands of the Sinhalese-dominated government. Sri Lanka has a population... Premium936 Words3 Pages Lerning Secondry Language for Military of Introducing Tamil as a second language for Sri Lanka Army We have been in a war for a period of more than 3 decades. Approximately 95% of the battle zone is located within Tamil speaking territory. Few hundred thousand civilians are living in this territory. Most of them are Tamil speaking and directly... Premium660 Words2 Pages Linguistic Rights Linguistic rights (or language rights or linguistic human rights) are the human and civil rights concerning the individual and collective right to choose the language or languages for communication in a private or public atmosphere. Other parameters for analyzing linguistic rights includes degree of... Premium1556 Words5 Pages Malayalam Evolution Malayalam (മലയാളം malayāḷam, pronounced [mɐləjaːɭɐm]( listen)), is one of the four major Dravidian languages of southern India. It is one of the 22 scheduled languages of India with official language status in the state of Kerala and the union territories of Lakshadweep and Mahé. It is spoken by 35.9... Premium1267 Words4 Pages Sri Lanka Conflict Resolution Case Study century listed four major races: the Sinhala (66%), the Sri Lanka Tamils (13%), the Muslims (6%) and the Indian Tamils (13%). The Sri Lanka Tamils and the Indian Tamils spoke Tamil. Most were Hindu. The Sinhala spoke the Sinhala Language and practiced Buddhism. The Sinhala were the majority throughout... Premium1669 Words5 Pages Causes of Conflict in Sri Lanka either born there in Sri Lanka or those fathers and grandfathers were born there. As a result, many Indian Tamils found themselves stateless. Though India tried to solve the problems, many Indian Tamils continued to stay stateless in the 1980s.In 2003, Sri Lanka passed the Grant of Citizenship to the person... Premium744 Words3 Pages tamil Tamil /ˈtæmɪl/[8] (தமிழ், tamiḻ, [t̪ɐmɨɻ] ?) is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Tamil is also a national language of Sri Lanka[9] and... Premium817 Words4 Pages Tamil TAMIL It is said that “Before the birth of stones and sand, brave tamil man was born”. It portrays the heritage of tamil language... Premium389 Words1 Pages decline of pan-indian identity Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore, 1856–1965 John Solomon a a University of New South Wales Available online: 04 May 2012 To cite this article: John Solomon (2012): The Decline of Pan-Indian Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore... Premium10993 Words40 Pages Samanam Samanam in Tamil Literature This lesson discusses the role of the Samanars or Jains in the growth of the Tamil language. It examines the pioneering efforts of the Samanars in enriching the Tamil language. It analyses some of the most important grammar, literary and religious texts composed by the Samanars... Premium606 Words2 Pages Sri Lanka War founding of this island country , originally Ceylon , the two main communities – Sinhalese people (majority , who occupied the southern part , and the Tamil people (minority , occupying the vast northern part of the country initially occupied the country with the Sinhalese people taking over the leadership... Premium1668 Words5 Pages Social Chapter 4 Case Study 1 : Conflict in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka •Sinhalese •Sri Lankan Tamils •Indian Tamils Sinhalese Sri Lankan Tamils Indian Tamils Percentage 73.8% 12.6% 5.1% History Stayed in Sri Lanka for more than 1000... Premium1363 Words11 Pages State Symbols of Tamilnadu emblem of Tamil Nadu contains the tower or gopuram of the popular Srivilliputhur Andal Temple at the center in yellow colour. The base consists of the Indian emblem (Sarnath Lion Capital) at the center in red colour with the Indian flag on both sides.The emblem also has 2 inscriptions in Tamil script,... Premium1402 Words6 Pages Ss Sl Notes Rights • Language Policy / ‘Sinhala Only’ Policy / Jobs in the Civil Service • University Admission • Resettlement Policy British Colonial Rule: • The conflict is due to British colonial rule because the Tamils were favoured at that time in jobs and education. • English-educated Tamils could enter... Premium730 Words3 Pages Is Multilinguism Inherently Unstable? problem of Sri Lanka has been one of identity. The Tamils want to preserve their identity and the Sinhalas want to overrun it. For much of the last 20 years it has suffered fighting between the armed forces of the predominantly Sinhalese government and Tamil Tiger rebels who want an independent homeland... Premium1209 Words4 Pages Conflicts in Multi Ethnic Societies born there. As a result, many Indian Tamils found themselves stateless. Though the Indian Tamils have lived in Sri Lanka for many years, they do not have basic rights such as education, jobs, housing and voting. In 1964, India decided to help the Indian Tamils who were stateless. It was agreed that... Premium564 Words3 Pages topics  TAMIL NADU OPEN UNIVERSITY GUINDY, CHENNAI – 600 025 TIME TABLE FOR JULY– 2010 TERM END EXAMINATIONS U.G. PROGRAMMES Time: Fore Noon (F/N) : 10:00 a.m – 01:00 p.m After Noon (A/N) : 02:00 p.m – 05:00 p.m FOUNDATION COURSE– OTHER LANGUAGES COMMON FOR ALL FIRST... Premium5434 Words86 Pages Research Paper About Srilankan War and a unitary state governed by a presidential system. It’s the pearl of Indian Ocean. This country is the home for many religions, ethnicities and languages. Firstly, the Buddhist which was thrown out of India was shipped to Sri Lanka. These are the first generation of people who stepped in to this Island... Premium2060 Words6 Pages

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I and my in-laws both wanted to visit Rameshwaram (one of the 4 dhams mentioned in Hindu mythology) from last so many years and this summer we decided to plan and excecute it as well. You need a very good luck to get the reservation in Tuticorin express and we were lucky enough to got it for 1st july from Bangalore to Madurai and 4th from Madurai to Bangalore. I have taken off from office accordingly and planned the tour. I, my wife Smita, son Kavvy, Bro-in-law, his wife, and my father-in-law and mother-in-law left the Bangalore home in evening as it is not easy to reach Bangalore railway station due to Bangalore traffic problem. Anyway we reached station on time and after having dinner got into our train. After train journey from Bangalore, we landed in Madurai. We were little dazed from all the traveling, but still anxious to get going. After we checked into the Hotel New Keerthi, we decided to relax and get refreshed for a while. After having breakfast in hotel itself we got an autorickshaw and were off to see the sights at 11:00 AM. Our first stop was the main temple, the Sri Meenakshi. It was about a 10-minute ride from the hotel. Family Grouping at North gate of Madurai Temple Family Grouping at North gate of Madurai Temple I could see the temple gopurams (entrance towers) from my hotel and in between buildings as we drove. They are tall, steep, pyramid-shaped structures covered with hundreds, maybe thousands, of brightly painted sculptures of Hindu gods. They are the most distinctive features of the south India temples. We entered Sri Meenakshi through the North Gate. We have taken the guide to show us the whole temple on time as closing time for temple is 12:30 in afternoon. The entrance hallway was a mini-mall lined with stands selling all kinds of religious kitsch: posters and calendars; stickers and statues; amulets and key chains. We left our shoes at one of the shop from where we bought the prasadam and cocunut. As soon as you entered the temple area from Northern Gate, you will find musical pillars and one tree where people (who do not have kids) tie palnas. tying the palnas tying the palnas Farther along the hallway we came to the Golden Lotus Tank, a large pool surrounded by cement steps. Bright sunlight flooded the area and I could see several of the colorful gopurams rising above the temple. An evening at Madurai Temple near lotus tank An evening at Madurai Temple near lotus tank At the far end of the tank was the first of the two main shrines in Sri Meenakshi. It’s only open to Hindus, and we have taken the Rs. 100 ticket to avoid rush and have nice darshan. Meenakshi is of dark green colour (look like black due to lack of light) small idol. Around the corner, down a dark hallway, was the second main shrine of Shiva. I will recommend to visit on weekdays to avoid temple rush and have nice and clear darshnam. Temple Layout Temple Layout The temple complex was quite large. Besides the two shrines, the Golden Lotus tank, innumerable smaller shrines and even a museum. On three sides of the complex was a wide, open area where groups of Indians sat relaxing in the shade. The whole thing was surrounded by a tall wall and enclosed an area the size of several football fields. We could see that a single visit would not suffice and we came back to temple again in evening and sat down for a moment to watch the activity at Lotus tank. There was a colonnade around three sides where holy men sat giving consultation to groups of pilgrims. Other pilgrims sat relaxing on the steps and more walked past. Once you are out of temple you will find battery operated gold cart type cars providing temple round (parikrama). Kavvy Driving the cart Kavvy Driving the cart From there I decided to head back to the hotel. Near the temple we passed various souvenir shops. Farther along there were clothing and auto parts shops. The sidewalks were usually blocked with merchandise or parked vehicles forcing me to walk in the street. Dodging mud holes, public and speeding autorickshaws we made our way slowly back toward our hotel. It turned out to be father than I thought and I had to stop several times due to traffic jams. It was quite hot and we all decided to have a hour sleep and will go out at 4:00 PM. My kid was hungry (rather we all were hungry) so I came out to search some paratha, dal and rice for him and in the mean time all other family members were also ready to go out. we took auto to palace (they told us it will be open till 5:30) and reached there when they have closed the doors as closing time was 5:00. Anyway, we decided to roam in local market took an autorickshaw back to Sri Meenakshi. Relaxing at Madurai Temple near lotus tank Relaxing at Madurai Temple near lotus tank father - son relaxing outisde Madurai Temple father - son relaxing outisde Madurai Temple We repeated some of the morning’s visits. First, we sat by the tank and afterwards walked around a bit more. Outside we stopped to visit a few of the expensive tourist shops that populate the north side of the temple. We ended my evening with dinner at the restaurant. It had been a great first day.

I and my in-laws both wanted to visit Rameshwaram (one of the 4 dhams mentioned in Hindu mythology) from last so many years and this summer we decided to plan and excecute it as well. You need a very good luck to get the reservation in Tuticorin express and we were lucky enough to got it for 1st july from Bangalore to Madurai and 4th from Madurai to Bangalore. I have taken off from office accordingly and planned the tour. I, my wife Smita, son Kavvy, Bro-in-law, his wife, and my father-in-law and mother-in-law left the Bangalore home in evening as it is not easy to reach Bangalore railway station due to Bangalore traffic problem. Anyway we reached station on time and after having dinner got into our train. After train journey from Bangalore, we landed in Madurai. We were little dazed from all the traveling, but still anxious to get going. After we checked into the Hotel New Keerthi, we decided to relax and get refreshed for a while. After having breakfast in hotel itself we got an autorickshaw and were off to see the sights at 11:00 AM. Our first stop was the main temple, the Sri Meenakshi. It was about a 10-minute ride from the hotel. I could see the temple gopurams (entrance towers) from my hotel and in between buildings as we drove. They are tall, steep, pyramid-shaped structures covered with hundreds, maybe thousands, of brightly painted sculptures of Hindu gods. They are the most distinctive features of the south India temples. We entered Sri Meenakshi through the North Gate. We have taken the guide to show us the whole temple on time as closing time for temple is 12:30 in afternoon. The entrance hallway was a mini-mall lined with stands selling all kinds of religious kitsch: posters and calendars; stickers and statues; amulets and key chains. We left our shoes at one of the shop from where we bought the prasadam and cocunut. As soon as you entered the temple area from Northern Gate, you will find musical pillars and one tree where people (who do not have kids) tie palnas. Farther along the hallway we came to the Golden Lotus Tank, a large pool surrounded by cement steps. Bright sunlight flooded the area and I could see several of the colorful gopurams rising above the temple. At the far end of the tank was the first of the two main shrines in Sri Meenakshi. It’s only open to Hindus, and we have taken the Rs. 100 ticket to avoid rush and have nice darshan. Meenakshi is of dark green colour (look like black due to lack of light) small idol. Around the corner, down a dark hallway, was the second main shrine of Shiva. I will recommend to visit on weekdays to avoid temple rush and have nice and clear darshnam. The temple complex was quite large. Besides the two shrines, the Golden Lotus tank, innumerable smaller shrines and even a museum. On three sides of the complex was a wide, open area where groups of Indians sat relaxing in the shade. The whole thing was surrounded by a tall wall and enclosed an area the size of several football fields. We could see that a single visit would not suffice and we came back to temple again in evening and sat down for a moment to watch the activity at Lotus tank. There was a colonnade around three sides where holy men sat giving consultation to groups of pilgrims. Other pilgrims sat relaxing on the steps and more walked past. Once you are out of temple you will find battery operated gold cart type cars providing temple round (parikrama). From there I decided to head back to the hotel. Near the temple we passed various souvenir shops. Farther along there were clothing and auto parts shops. The sidewalks were usually blocked with merchandise or parked vehicles forcing me to walk in the street. Dodging mud holes, public and speeding autorickshaws we made our way slowly back toward our hotel. It turned out to be father than I thought and I had to stop several times due to traffic jams. It was quite hot and we all decided to have a hour sleep and will go out at 4:00 PM. My kid was hungry (rather we all were hungry) so I came out to search some paratha, dal and rice for him and in the mean time all other family members were also ready to go out. we took auto to palace (they told us it will be open till 5:30) and reached there when they have closed the doors as closing time was 5:00. Anyway, we decided to roam in local market took an autorickshaw back to Sri Meenakshi. Temple We repeated some of the morning’s visits. First, we sat by the tank and afterwards walked around a bit more. Outside we stopped to visit a few of the expensive tourist shops that populate the north side of the temple. We ended my evening with dinner at the restaurant. It had been a great first day.

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drizzle colour

சாரல்

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brown colour

பிdddddரவுன்

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a charge denied by the airline which said a "religious colour" was being given to an an incident.

ஒரு பொறுப்பான ஒரு "மத நிறம்" ஒரு ஒரு சம்பவம் கொடுக்கப்பட்டது கூறினார் எந்த விமான நிறுவனம் மறுத்தார்.

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A former Major-rank officer has alleged that he was discriminated against and harassed by the staff of SpiceJet because of his being a Muslim, a charge denied by the airline which said a "religious colour" was being given to an an incident.

ஒரு முன்னாள் மேஜர்-ரேங்க் அதிகாரி அவர் பாரபட்சமாக மற்றும் ஏனெனில் ஸ்பேஸ் ஜெட் பணியாளர்களால் கொடுமைபடுத்தும் என்று பழி அவரது ஒரு முஸ்லீம், "மத நிறம்" என்று எந்த விமான நிறுவனம் மறுத்தார் ஒரு பொறுப்பான ஒரு ஒரு சம்பவம் கொடுக்கப்பட்டது இருந்தன.

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Background colour

பின்னணி வண்ணம்

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Background colour

பின்புல வண்ணம்

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Colour scheme

நிறத் திட்டம்

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Colour scheme

நிறத்திட்டம்

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Normal link colour

இயல்பான இணைப்பு வண்ணம்

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