Saturday, September 15, 2007

Kongadesam: a history of rulers

34 comments:

  1. Machi

    Very good work ...

    keep it up..

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  2. hello sir,

    An admirable work of yours, will surely be an identity for our community and for our region. I appreciate your dedicated hardwork.

    thanks for producing a commendable work.

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  3. Very Nice one and It is needed. Keep it up...

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  4. I am from PERUNGUDI koolam.........

    Right from 3000 B.C everything is ok.....

    But one thing i want to suggest this blog owner is that, NO CIVILIZATION or DYNASTY exist suddenly , instead , they must have split from a MAJOR huge dynasty........

    Simalary, FROM which religion OUR KONGU people first CAME and settled...........AND what we are called so , before we actually called ourselves as kongus..........


    A VERY DEEP research is needed for this to find...................

    So my request is to find out the real start point, no no, sorry, FIND out what(religion) we were BEFORE THE START POINT OF KONGU ........

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  5. hanndsome work.. though u left some more items regarding,

    KING KALINGARAYAN (lingiayya gounder) 12th century BC... under pandiya kingdom..
    he ruled from PERUNDURAI to BAVANI.. LOT MORE STORIES THERE ABOT HIM...

    also u shouild hv mentioned abot some others castes using GOUNDER acronym fakely..

    speciality of KODUMANAL REGION OF GREAT KONGU REGION (trade relations with ancient ROMANS dates back to 3rd century....

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  6. Hi Pon Dheepankar !

    I very much appreciate for the tiresome project you have undertaken! I hope that you are one of the pioneers to trace back our roots.

    Its a pity , your hard work still not known to our community widely I believe.

    There are some organizations that still do some commendable service to our community. Did you approach them ? What is the outcome? Have you published the book?

    I am from Namakkal (Aanthai Kootam) now in the U.K. I shall render some assistance to you if you wish.Please feel free to contact me.

    I am proud of you and your work.

    Keep it up!

    All the Best!

    soma
    Perumal Gounder Somasundaram

    soma2uk@yahoo.co.uk
    http://soma2uk.hi5.com

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  7. hi mams..............
    Fabulous work.............
    Hats off to u.......

    I got to know through a website that we were called as Ksatriyas in ancient period...............

    Keep up the great work........

    Nam kongu sonthangalai onru
    thiratti,namathu varalaatrai sonnal anraga irukum enru nambukirean.....

    Name:Pravin Ramasamy
    Kootam:Porul thandha kulam
    Native :Erode(myladi Velampalayam,Near chennimalai)
    Mail id:pravinbbm@gmail.com and pravinsramasamy@gmail.com

    Active Kongu Peravai Volunteer

    Thanks
    Pravin Ramasamy

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  8. Fine work. Mention some of our kulam/kuuttam (60). If possible to my mail. By T.Bharathi kannamma

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  9. Some of the Kootams/Kulams are:

    * Adhitreya Kumban
    * Aadai
    * Aanthai
    * Aadhi
    * Adhirai
    * Aavan
    * Andai
    * Agni
    * Aavan
    * Anangan
    * Andhuvan
    * Ariyan
    * Alagan
    * Bharatan
    * Bramman
    * Cheran
    * Devendran
    * Dananjayan
    * Danavantan
    * Eenjan
    * Ennai
    * Indran
    * Kaadan
    * Kaadai
    * Kaari
    * Kaavalar
    * Kadunthuvi
    * Kalinji
    * Kambakulathaan
    * Kanakkan
    * Kanavaalan
    * Kannan
    * Kannandhai
    * Karunkannan
    * Kauri
    * Kavalan
    * Kiliyan
    * Keeran
    * Kodarangi
    * Koorai
    * Kuruppan
    * Kotrandhai
    * Kottaarar
    * Kovar
    * Koventhar
    * Kumarandhai
    * Kundali
    * Kungili
    * Kuniyan
    * Kunnukkan



    * Kuyilan
    * Kuzhlaayan
    * Maadai
    * Maadhaman
    * Maathuli
    * Maavalar
    * Maniyan
    * Mayilan
    * Mazhluazhlagar
    * Medhi
    * Meni
    * Meenavan
    * Moimban
    * Moolan
    * Mooriyan
    * Mukkannan
    * Munaiveeran
    * Muthan
    * Muzhlukkadhan
    * Naarai
    * Nandhan
    * Neelan
    * Neerunni
    * Neidhali
    * Neriyan
    * Odhaalar
    * Ozhukkar
    * Paaliyan
    * Paamban
    * Paanan
    * Paandian
    * Paadhari
    * Padaithalaiyan
    * Padhuman
    * Padukkunni
    * Paidhali
    * Panaiyan
    * Panangadai
    * Panjaman
    * Pannai
    * Pannan
    * Paamaran
    * Pavalan
    * Payiran
    * Periyan
    * Perunkudi
    * Pillan
    * poondhai
    * Podiyan
    * Ponnan



    * Poochadhai Poodhiyan
    * Poosan
    * Porulthantha or Perizhanthan
    * Punnai
    * Puthan
    * Saakadai
    * Sathandhai
    * Sathuvaraayan
    * Sanagan
    * Sedan
    * Sellan
    * Sempoothan
    * Semvan
    * Sengannan
    * Sengunni
    * Seralan
    * Sevadi
    * Sevventhi
    * Sevvayan
    * Silamban
    * Soman
    * Soolan
    * Sooriyan
    * Sothi
    * Sowriyan
    * Surapi
    * Thanakkavan
    * Thavalayan
    * Thazhinji
    * Themaan
    * Thodai
    * Thooran
    * Thorakkan
    * Thunduman
    * Uvanan
    * Uzhavan
    * Vaanan
    * Vannakkan
    * Veera Kumar
    * Veliyan
    * Vellamban
    * Vendhan
    * Venduvan
    * Viliyan
    * Villi
    * Vilosanan
    * Viradhan
    * Viraivulan

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  12. கொங்கு நாட்டு விவசாயி மகன்:
    "The only caste given 4 ministers by the great Rajaji , not even Brahmins as he used to say Gounders are very honest"

    While im reading this im very proud to be a gounder. Tats bcoz of 'U'..

    Thanks a lot.

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  13. Hi. You say in some of your other blogs that historians are not willing to dig up kongunadu's past. Why is it so?

    Nandakumar
    nandu.amrita@gmail.com

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  14. We(Kongu People) Salute for the research taken by yours to know our history.

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  15. Hi Brother,

    Very Very Good work. You need to provide more info in the Internet so the future generations would know about Kongu

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  16. Hi Brother,

    Very Very Good work. You need to provide more info in the Internet so the future generations would know about Kongu

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  17. what is common between gounder ,gowda in karnataka ,vokaliga,and reddy

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    1. There's a doubt for me also. I see lot of similarity in behaviour, honesty, generosity in these. two castes. Is there any link?

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  18. அருமையான தகவ்ல்கள். மேலும் செம்மை படுத்த வாழ்த்துக்கள்

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  19. ganesh moorthi said...9994882635. naangale correct pannikoram nee muditu po

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  20. this is kongu vettuvak gounder kindam = of kongu nadu..

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  21. Thala neeraya podunga ponnar Sankar mahabharatham la vara madhuri kadhai ellam iruku nu soldraanga ...adha pathi podunga awarness create pannunga .... Enaku andha kadhaya pathi edhum teriyaadhu enna madhuri neraya young kongu generation namba caste mayla fire illama irukanga namba history pathi video audio VA create panni YouTube la potu vidunga fb Twitter nu....apa dhan kongu mayla veri varum

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  22. Thala neeraya podunga ponnar Sankar mahabharatham la vara madhuri kadhai ellam iruku nu soldraanga ...adha pathi podunga awarness create pannunga .... Enaku andha kadhaya pathi edhum teriyaadhu enna madhuri neraya young kongu generation namba caste mayla fire illama irukanga namba history pathi video audio VA create panni YouTube la potu vidunga fb Twitter nu....apa dhan kongu mayla veri varum

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  23. Hats off man ..u have done a nice job..keep going

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  24. I wondered or shocked to know our people living in Krishnagiri and Dharmapuri districts don't know their kootam or kulam. Any clue can be given to them to trace their origins and kulams?

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  25. Hi pon deepankar,
    My name is sureshkumar palanisamy and I belong to ODHALAR kulam and I live in coimbatore.
    I have been reading your blogs and research for quite long time.Really appreciate your views and interest on our community.

    I am also a staunch supporter and avid reader of Kong history from my school days,my son's name is P.S.PRAHNAV KAAMINDAN

    I came across the name of odhalar in harappa mohenjadaro excavation photos while I was having a glimpse of its past....meaning the persons name.

    If you could find out what it is ,we really could have a breakthrough on our past.

    Nice work...keep it up.

    You can also mail me to my id.
    kovaizen@gmail.com

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  26. ஏன் தனி சேர தேசம் (கொங்கு நாடு) மாநிலம் வேண்டும்?
    cheradesam.blogspot.in

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FIosdAoxs0WsTTbYsvJ67vdNYV4FxnDv/view

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