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Names of Months and Days in Tamil
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  • Traditional Chinese Calendar

    Months

    1: மாதம்1 (மா1, 1)

    2: மாதம்2 (மா2, 2)

    3: மாதம்3 (மா3, 3)

    4: மாதம்4 (மா4, 4)

    5: மாதம்5 (மா5, 5)

    6: மாதம்6 (மா6, 6)

    7: மாதம்7 (மா7, 7)

    8: மாதம்8 (மா8, 8)

    9: மாதம்9 (மா9, 9)

    10: மாதம்10 (மா10, 10)

    11: மாதம்11 (மா11, 11)

    12: மாதம்12 (மா12, 12)

    Gregorian Calendar

    Months

    January: ஜனவரி (ஜன., ஜ)

    February: பிப்ரவரி (பிப்., பி)

    March: மார்ச் (மார்., மா)

    April: ஏப்ரல் (ஏப்., ஏ)

    May: மே (மே, மே)

    June: ஜூன் (ஜூன், ஜூ)

    July: ஜூலை (ஜூலை, ஜூ)

    August: ஆகஸ்ட் (ஆக., ஆ)

    September: செப்டம்பர் (செப்., செ)

    October: அக்டோபர் (அக்., அ)

    November: நவம்பர் (நவ., ந)

    December: டிசம்பர் (டிச., டி)

    Days

    Sunday: ஞாயிறு (ஞாயி., ஞா)

    Monday: திங்கள் (திங்., தி)

    Tuesday: செவ்வாய் (செவ்., செ)

    Wednesday: புதன் (புத., பு)

    Thursday: வியாழன் (வியா., வி)

    Friday: வெள்ளி (வெள்., வெ)

    Saturday: சனி (சனி, ச)

    For further information on calendar data, see  Unicode Technical Report #35.

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  • A photograph of a chart showing the development of Tamil characters from the 3rd century BC until the present. The chart itself is held at Dakshina Chitra, a museum at Muttukadu, near Chennai.

    Copyright© 2011 Martin Raymond
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