Jul 21, 2012

RISE OF YADAVA IN TAMILNADU

The Yadavas of Tamilnadu were originally referred as ‘ARYAS’ in Tamil
literature but locally called as ‘Idayans’. Even in the government
records the community name was referred as ‘Idayans. Up to the Census
1921, the community name was noted as ‘Idayan’. The Tamil speaking
Yadavas were referred as Idayans and the Telugu speaking Yadavas were
referred as ‘Gollas’ and as Vaduga Aayars. The name of the community
was notified as ‘Yadavas’ in government records as per the Government
of Madras G.O.No.5240 Law (General) dt.13th December 1930. In the G.
O. it was said that the term ‘Yadava’ shall in future be adopted in
place of Golla, Idayan, Gola, Gopi or Goda in all official
announcement. Accordingly in the Census 1931 the name of the community
was noted as Yadava instead of Idayan.


They put the name of the community after their name as
follows:
1.    KONE
2.    SERVAI
3.    AMBALAM
4.    DASS
5.    KARAYALAR
6.    PILLAI
7.    NAMBIAR
8.    MANTRI
9.    NAIDU

 
In Tamilnadu Yadavas
are the fourth biggest community the first being ‘Vanniar’, the second
being ‘Kongu Vellalars’, and the third being ‘Nadars’.
YADAVA MOVEMENT IN TAMILNADU:
Only by the end of the Nineteenth Century the Yadava Movement came
into existence. Their main intention was to construct temples and
choultries by their collective contribution and by their willing
labour. In that way is Sri. Nadimuthu Samiar (called as Palani Samiar
constructed Idayan Madam at Palani the Pilgrimage Centre of
Tamilnadu). He is the son of Shri Chellakumaru Kone of Palaghat of
Kerala. He trvelled by bullock cart from Palghat to Palani. En-route
he collected Yadavas (at that time called as Idayans) at each village
and formed Yadava Sabas to help him in constructing Idayan Madam at
Palani. By that way he collected many and constructed big choultry
called as Idayan Madam at Palani. It was at the end of Nineteenth
century. Then he was called as Yadava Madathipathy (the Lead Priest of
Yadavas).

In the year 1971 the DMK which was controlling the Tamilnadu politics
with full strength neglected Yadavas by not giving proper
representation to the participation of Yadavas in Assembly and
Parliament.
Year    Total No.    Name    Legislative Assembly
1937    1    Shri L.S. Karayalar    Kovilpatty
1946    1    Shri L.S. Karayalar    Kovilpatty
1952    1    Shri K. Ramasamy Das    Kovilpatty
1957    1    Shri K.Sathanantha Karayalar    Tenkasi


1967

Shri Rama Arangannal
Shri T. P. Alagamuthu
Shri C. Govindarajan
Shri M.R. Kannan
Shri M. Bupathy





 

Jul 14, 2012

Is Taj Mahal a Hindu Temple?



Prof. P.N. Oak have provided evidences that Taj Mahal was a Hindu temple. In his book, Taj Mahal - The True Story, Prof. Oak refers Taj as a temple of Lord Shiva. He says that the word "Mahal", has never been used in any Muslim countries.European travels like Johan Albert, Peter Mundy have visited Agra during 1638 and had not made reference to the Taj Mahal. He adds that the name Tejo Mahalaya ( Lord Shiva's Palace) is corrupted to Taj Mahal.

http://www.hindunet.org/hindu_history/modern/taj_oak.html

http://www.stephen-knapp.com/was_the_taj_mahal_a_vedic_temple.htm