Tamils - a Trans State Nation..

"To us all towns are one, all men our kin.
Life's good comes not from others' gift, nor ill
Man's pains and pains' relief are from within.
Thus have we seen in visions of the wise !."
Tamil Poem in Purananuru, circa 500 B.C

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Australia & the Tamil Eelam Struggle for Freedom
Tamil Australian
Australian Tamil

Tamil Sydney

Thamil Muzhakkam Radio, Sydney
Melbourne Tamil School
Australian Tamil Congress
Tamil Association of Western Australia
Australian Society of Graduate Tamils (ASoGT)

Tamil Brisbane

SBS Tamil Community Radio
Tamil Melbourne
Australian Tamil Sangam, Melbourne
Melbourne Tamil School
Tamil Adelaide Sangam
Western Australia Hindu Association
PROTAM: An organization specifically to promote and protect the welfare of Australian Tamils
Australian Government Country Information
Hindu Temples in Australia
Culture: Drama, Music

Tamil Teachers and Language Schools in Sydney

Tamil Speaking Residents of Brisbane - Discussion Group

Sydney Tamil Synergy

Sydney Tamil Sangam Sydney Tamil Sangam (STS) is a social, cultural and literary organisation inaugurated in 1978 by the former Union Minister of India Mr. C. Subramaniam in Sydney. STS is member of the United Indian Associations Inc., NSW. STS is the first Indian organisation to be incorporated in the state of New South Wales. STS is a secular, non-political and non-sectarian in its outlook and concept. STS was formed with the main objective of providing a forum for people of Tamil Origin and for all others interested in Tamil Culture, art forms and language to promote appreciation and enjoyment.
TYO, Australia
St Johns College Old Boys Association, Victoria Branch, Australia

Tamils - a Nation without a State

Australia - அவுஸ்திரேலியா
- an estimated 30,000 Tamils live in Australia -

சேரனின் இராவணேசன்: நாட்டிய நாடகம் - பராசக்தி சுந்தரலிங்கம், 12 November 2008
Sydney Music Concert, 1 March 2008
Melbourne Sport Festival, 27 January 2008

Teaching Tamil Language in the Tamil Diaspora: Australian experience - Kulum Shanmugam, University of Wolongong, May 31 - June 2, 2007

Ms Virginia Judge (Strathfield) in the Parliament of New South Wales [5.07 p.m.]: "It is with great pride that I relate to the House my celebration with Sydney's Tamil community this past Australia Day at Binnalong Park, Toongabbie. Thamilar Thiru Naal 2005, or New South Wales Tamils Celebrating Australia Day, was hosted by the Consortium of Tamil Associations. The day comprised a celebration and a remembrance ceremony. It included sporting events, a fundraiser, and meditation on what it means not just to be Australian but to be part of our great global community." more

Australian Tamil Broadcasting Corporation

Mission - Be the global information provider to network the Tamil diaspora through the use of advanced technologies - Vision - To be the preferred, reliable and professional information provider that enhances knowledge, unity, integrity and cultural values of the Australian Tamil community. Australian Tamil Broadcasting Corporation (ATBC) is a radio station broadcasting programs primarily in Tamil language 24 hours a day. Tamil people have migrated to Australia from Sri Lanka, India, Singapore, Malaysia, South Africa and Fiji.

There are approximately 35,000 first and second generation Tamils living in the Sydney Metropolitan area and there are more than 80,000 Tamils live in Australia. Community broadcasting in Australia is the voice of the community. Australian Tamil Broadcasting Corporation (ATBC) was established to provide Australian Tamils with Information services, which are not adequately served by the existing mainstream media. ATBC was established as a non-profit entity with active participation from the Tamil community. ATBC enables the facilities and mechanism required for talented and energetic volunteers from the Tamil community to produce programs.

தமிழ்நாதம் இணையத்தளம் 10.01.2001 அன்று ஆரம்பிக்கப்பட்டது. இதில் வரும் ஒலிப்பதிவுகள் கனடா தமிழ்ச்சோலை, இலண்டன் ஐ.பி.சி தமிழ், அவுஸ்திரேலிய இன்பத் தமிழ் ஒலி,அவுஸ்ரேலிய தமிழ்க்குரல், அவுஸ்திரேலிய தமிழ் முழக்கம், கனேடிய தமிழ் வானொலி, அவுஸ்திரேலிய தமிழ் ஒலிபரப்புக் கூட்டுத்தாபனம், ஸ்ரீலங்கா சக்தி எஃப்.எம் ஆகிய வானொலிகளிடமிருந்து முன் அனுமதி பெறப்பட்டு தமிழ்நாதம் இணையத்தளத்தில் ஒலிப்பதிவுகளாக, செய்திகளாக வெளிவருகிறது என்பதை தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கின்றோம்.

Culture: Drama, Music

Krishna Ravali School of Carnatic Music - Melbourne founded by Dr. (Mrs.) RamaRao in Melbourne in 1984 with a total of five students. From it's humble beginnings, the school has grown considerably over the years. Today, it boasts of large number of students across a range of age groups and is arguably one of the largest schools of Carnatic Music in Melbourne.
Kuruntokai Dance Drama Presented by Lingalayam Dance Company in Australia - Review by Parasakthy Sundharalingam, 14 September 2006

Pallavi - Music Organisation "Pallavi literally means 'sprout', a vegetation image associated in Indian symbol systems with rasa (sap, juice flavour, essential inspiring vitality) and it carries a sense of a beginning. It suggests the idea of a seed and a shoot, or a bud, the beginning of efflorescence and the stem resource for an expansion. Until Subbarama Dikshitar's time (he published Sangita Sampradaya Pradarshini in 1904), it was usually called pallava. One traditional etymology breaks the word into three syllables and derives each from a component of a song: padam (�word�), layam (�rhythm�), vinyasam (�display�). T S Parthasarathy has called this a mere �guess�, but perhaps this playful derivation could be understood more as a helpful invention, a mnemonic or pedagogical device, rather than literal linguistic etymology or erroneous speculation. It sums up the parts of the nucleus in a nutshell. From the pallavi, the embryonic original impulse, and so the essential spirit of the work, the whole of the kriti develops..."

Hindu Temples in Australia
Murukan worship in Australia - Dr Arumugam Kandiah

Sydney Murugan Temple

Sydney Thurka Amman Temple

Shiva Vishnu Temple, Melbourne

Melbourne Shiva Vishnu Temple - The temple is a culmination of years of planning by the Hindu Society of Victoria, formed in 1982. The temple site at Carrum Downs comes close to the scriptural injunctions for auspiciousness: closeness to sea and river confluences. It is situated not far from the picturesque beaches of Port Phillip Bay, and the pretty lakes around the Patterson river. The worship is centred around Shiva and Vishnu the presiding deities of two dominant streams in the Hindu ritualistic tradition. The temple attempts to bring the two streams together and provide a synthesis.

Sri Bala Murugan Temple, Perth

Sri Selva Vinayakar Koyil (Ganesha Temple) - Brisbane
பிறிஸ்பேர்ன் சிறீ செல்வ விநாயகர் ஆலயம்

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