Srimathe Ramanujaya Nama:
Srimath Anantharya Mahagurave Nama:
Srimath Varavaramunaye Nama:
It may be that Tamil is also anAdhi like Sanskrit. But, is there any proof that there is something called Tamil Veda?
Acharya Hrudhayam 42:
“‘vaDamozhi maRai’ enRadhu, thenmozhi maRaiyai ninaiththiRE.”
In Thiruvaymozhi itself, Nammazhvar uses the phrase “vaDa mozhi maRai” (Thiruvaymozhi 8.9.8) when refering to the Vedas.
PBA Swami in Divyartha Deepikai: “thamizh vEdhaththiRku nOkku archAvathAra kaingkaryam; vaDamozhi vEdhaththiRku nOkku dhEvathAntharyAmi samArAdhanam.”
Here, maRai means Veda – but instead of just saying that, Azhvar uses the adjective ‘vaDamozhi’ (Sanskrit). If Vedas exist only in Sanskrit, then there would have been no need to use this adjective. By it’s use, it is made clear that there is a ‘thenmozhi maRai’.
Azhvar Thiruvadigale Sharanam
Azhagiya Manavala Perumal Nayanar Thiruvadigale Sharanam