Tamil Genocide Memorial

The Tamil Genocide Memorial (TGM) is formed to preserve the history of Tamil Eelam and the Tamil Genocide. TGM is a registered not-for-profit organization in Canada.

Tamil Genocide Memorial (TGM) would be a symbolic beacon to remember the Tamil Genocide and the history of Tamil Eelam. It would be a powerful resource to carry the historical background of the Tamil genocide to future generations. Please visit here for TGM news and updates.

Tamil Genocide Memorial (TGM) digital archive and social platform are now open for archivists to document and preserve Tamil Eelam and Tamil Genocide artifacts. The library of artifacts uploaded by members now has several thousands of videos, documents, and photos of Tamil Eelam-related history. TGM welcomes archivists and Tamil activists to this digital platform at https://tamilgenocide.com/history.

Most of the Tamil identities, values, artifacts, monuments and Tamil heroes’ cemeteries were destroyed by genocidal Sri Lanka in the past decade. The Tamil diaspora has a duty to preserve the memories of Eelam Tamils and widely used social media such as Facebook continuously banned Tamils from sharing their history. Therefore, TGM created this platform that allows Tamil activists and archivists to create their own accounts and place the artifacts to preserve.

A user account can be created by visiting https://tamilgenocide.com/register/. Once their email gets verified, the user can access the platform and use it to post Tamil Genocide and Tamil Eelam-related content.

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  • Tamil Eelam from 1922 to present
    In Eelam (named Ceylon by the British), the British joined the Tamils Kingdom and the Sinhala Kingdom into one unitary polity in 1833 for their own administrative convenience. Eelam Tamil’s struggle for self-determination evolved through multiple stages during the last 100 years. 99 years back the need for liberation was understood by Sir. Ponnampalam Ramanathan … Read more
  • Eelam Tamil Sovereignty – Tamil Genocide (Post 2009)
    Please refer to the following for the introduction and prior to 1948 and for all documents visit https://tamilgenocide.com/te 2009–2010 Tamil Eelam independence referendums During 2009-2010, a number of referendums were held in Tamil diaspora communities to ascertain support for an independent Tamil Eelam, as reported by Tamil nationalist TamilNet, the website also claims that the Government of Sri Lanka and its supporters tried to … Read more
  • Eelam Tamil Sovereignty – Tamil Eelam State (1990 – 2009)
    Please refer to the following for the introduction and prior to 1948 and for all documents visit https://tamilgenocide.com/te Maaveerar Naal Speaches – By Tamil National Leader Hon. Prabhakaran https://tamilgenocide.com/groups/tamil-eelam-history/documents/folders/24/ 27 November 1989: ““Today is an important day in our struggle. Today we have started the Hero’s Day in order to pay homage to the 1307 fighters … Read more
  • Eelam Tamil Sovereignty – From 1976 to 1990
    Please refer to the following for the introduction and prior to 1948 and for all documents visit https://tamilgenocide.com/te Pirapaharan’s statements between 1984 and 1993 reproduced in book form in Europe https://www.tamilnet.com/art.html?catid=13&artid=39534 THE THIMPU DECLARATION OF 1985 A joint statement made by the Tamil delegation at the Indian brokered peace negotiation on 13th July 1985 in Bhutan … Read more
  • Eelam Tamil Sovereignty – From 1948 to 1976
    Please refer to the following for the introduction and prior to 1948 and for all documents visit https://tamilgenocide.com/te SINHALA ONLY ACT OF 1956’  Act No 33 of 1956This Act was passed in the Parliament against the unanimous opposition of entire Tamil people who wanted a place of honor for their own language.  Thereby the Government … Read more
  • Eelam Tamil Sovereignty – prior to 1948
    In Eelam (named Ceylon by the British), the British joined the Tamils Kingdom and the Sinhala Kingdom into one unitary polity in 1833 for their own administrative convenience. Eelam Tamil’s struggle for self-determination evolved through multiple stages during the last 100 years. 99 years back the need for liberation was understood by Sir. Ponnampalam Ramanathan … Read more
  • TGM digital archive platform introduction
    In the past decade, thousands of Tamil Eelam and Tamil Genocide-related digital artifacts were purposefully removed by major social media platforms such as Facebook. In order to preserve the Tamil historic content, TGM enabled this platform (https://tamilgenocide.com/) where Tamil activists can create their own accounts, upload and organize the digital artifacts. The platform will provide … Read more
  • Global Tamil Organizations Updates
  • Tamil Eelam
    Tamil Eelam (Tamil: தமிழீழம் tamiḻ īḻam, generally rendered as தமிழ் ஈழம் outside Tamil-speaking areas) is a proposed independentstate that many Tamils in Sri Lanka and many Tamils in the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora aspire to create in the north and east of Sri Lanka.[5][6][7][8][9] The name is derived from the ancient Tamil name for Sri Lanka, Eelam. Tamil Eelam, although encompassing the traditional homelands of Sri Lankan Tamils,[10] does not … Read more

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