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S.L.P. Anjaneya Sarma expounding a grammar of Telugu written in Sanskrit at the 5th NETamil workshop
S.L.P. Anjaneya Sarma expounding a grammar of Telugu written in Sanskrit at the 5th NETamil workshop
NETamil Workshop on "Aspects of Multilingualism in South India"
The 5th Workshop of the European project NETamil, led by Eva Wilden, has been organised at the Pondicherry Centre of the EFEO from 2nd to 12th February 2016. Presentations:

Dominic Goodall and R. Sathyanarayanan: « Sanskrit and Tamil in the literature of the Śaivasiddhānta »; G. Vijayavenugopal: « Ācārya Hridayam by Aḻakiyamaṇa-vāḷapperumāḷ Nāyaṉār »; S. Anandakichenin: « Narrating ‘History' - The Use of Maṇipravāḷam in the Śrīvaiṣṇava sampradāya-granthas »; Jean-Luc Chevillard: « Exploring the Piṅkalam, the second-oldest Tamil kōcam/kōśa »;  S.L.P. Anjaneya Sarma: « The Use of the Sanskrit Language and its Impact on Telugu Literature »; Eva Wilden: « Material for the eight forms of marriage (aṣṭavivāha/eṇmaṇam) in Sanskrit Dharma literature and Tamil poetics »; Jonas Buchholz: « Tamil and Arabic in Contact: Tamil Muslim Literature in Arabic-Tamil »; T. Rajarethinam: « Bilingual perspectives in the commentary of Nacciṉārkkiṉiyar on Tolkāppiyam poruḷatikāram »; Giovanni Ciotti: « Parallel Readings of the Viṣṇupurāṇa in Sanskrit, Tamil and Maṇipravāḷam »; Erin McCann: « Maṇipravāḷa in the Śrīvaiṣṇava rahasyagrantha-s »; S. Goren: « On the Meaning of Beginning: Sanskrit Poetics, Tamil Grammar, and Maṇipravāḷam Poetry in the Līlātilakam »; M. Prabhakaran: « Bilingual perspective in the Commentary of Nacciṉārkkiṉiyar on Tolkāppiyam poruḷatikāram: Ceyyuḷiyal »; Naresh Keerthi: « The interlingual career/ history of Kaṇṇada: a view from the extremes »; S.A.S. Sarma: « Snippets from the Bhāṣākauṭalīyam: An old Malayālam Commentary on the Arthaśāstra »; Thomas Lehmann: « The Maṇipravāḷa style in Aruṇakirinātar's poetry »; Victor D'Avella:  « Reassessing the Intellectual Context of the Vīracōḻiyam »; K. Nachimuthu: « Bilingualism in the Early Period of Tamil Literature: A case study of Maṇimēkalai (A.D. 2-5) »; Katherine Young: «Tamil Religion, Caste and Politics: Non-Brahmin Śrīvaiṣṇava Perspectives » and «Vēṅkaṭanātha's Views on Canonization »; Emmanuel Francis: « Multilingualism in Indian Inscriptions ».