Chola Emblem Tiger found in Flags Rings

History of Tamil Chozha Kings List From 5100 CE Karikal Valavan


Udhiyan Cheralaathan date based on Mahabharata reference about his presence in the War, is around 5600 BC. Karikalan defeated him  at Battle of Venni. Therefore, Karikal Chozhan was a contemporary of Perunchotru Udhiyan Neduncheralaathan. Karikal Chola' s date ,therefy, is around 5600 BC.

Jamboodweepa Is Navalan Theevu Sangam Literature Confirms Geography


So Tamil land was different from Aryavartha.Aryavatha was called Navalan Theevu,Jaboodweepa.These two were separated by Vindhya and Satpura mountains.South of it lay the Northern boundary of Tamils. Tamil Literature asserts this.And Northern territory was surrounded by oceans.

Cho La Pass named Karikal Chola

Chola Pass Himalayas After Karikal Chola Gazette Notification 1885


Not only that,he created a Mountain Pass/ passed through a Himalayan Pass.This is recorded in Tamil Literature Silappadhikaram and Periya Puranam.While Silappadhikaram dates back to the period of Sangam Literature,Periya Puranam, a Religious Work that deals with the Lives Shiva Devotees, belongs to middle ages.

Karikal chola astride Elephant.image.

Karikal Chozha North Indian Expedition Details


After subduing the south Karikala went on an expedition to the north and engraved his tiger emblem in the Himalayas. The king of the great Vajra whose sway extended as far as the roaring sea (in the east), gave him a pearl canopy as a tribute while the king of Magadha famous for his sword-play

Tamils Homeland Lemuria Kumarikandam Three Million Years Old


These dates have been verified by Tectonics and Infrared imaging technology.

Now more evidence about Lemuria,Home of Tamils,being 200 million years old.

'This page created for  trivia and commentary regarding the Tretya Yuga [Silver Age]and the continent of Mu, or Lemuria. [- E.M.]

*Trivia: "[....] The Tretya Yuga, or Silver Age, came after the breakup of the previous age, when Lemuria, by earthquakes and tidal waves, went down under the seas. [....]" [Based on: Paul Twitchell, The Shariyat-Ki- Sugmad, Book Two, p. 113, Second Edition - 1988] 

*Trivia: "[....] These records tell us that the legendary paradise of man, thought of as the Garden of Eden, was laid on the lost continent of Lemuria which was sunk by earthquakes and tidal waves fifty thousand years ago. [....]" [Based on: Paul Twitchell, The Shariyat-Ki- Sugmad, Book Two, Second Edition - 1988, p. 107]

   Considered to be Earth's first great civilization, Mu [Lemuria] could natura