You are having some misconceptions about the Tamil People, their culture in general.
1st. Tamil nationalistic pride is rabid! they even went to the extent that humans evolved from Tamil Nadu or wherever they came from (which is mostly
a down ward migration from the northern parts of the indian sub continent) and even coined a genus "Homo Dravida"
. Actually "Homo Dravida" was
proposed by Edgar Thurston who was trying to link up the Aborigines of the south east Asia and Australasia.
2nd. The only mention of Kumarikandam is in the Silappadikaram and a few sangam literatures.. The interests are purely based on the ruckus created by
the Tamil Nationlists. With no clear cut evidence.
3rd. Your statement of Ancient Tamil Literature mentioning Flying Chariot is dubious. Which Literature??? Could you care to give a link, so i can read
about it? I have not come across such a literature at all and i am curious.
Showing a pic of a temple carving of a chariot with a horse with a foot up does not sum up to be that it is in the air or its flying.
4th. Where in the world did you come up with the gem that "Tamil Nadu is the home of Jaimsim."?? Tamil Nadu does indeed have Jains from 1st century
BCE, BUT it is NOT the HOME or ORIGIN of Jainism. Historians date the foundation of organized Jainism to sometime between the 9th and the 6th
centuries BCE. The first Tirthankar
of jainism is Rishaba who was from Ayodhya, which is a city which still exists in Uttar Pradesh, in North India.
5th. Geological Evidence does say that the Adam's Brdge is a former land connection. It also says that this land connection is of natural origins.
6th. The so called Discovery of Dwaraka off the Coast of Gujarat is still under debate since NIOS did dregding to bring up the so called artifacts
some of which were found to be of natural origins. But, why link tamil nadu to Dwaraka? Both are of different civilizations/culture in the myths.
Addendum to the post after reading the later posts...
Tamil is actually spelled "TA-Mizh" the izh part sounding like the -age part of Mirage!
And the Post by the_spark does indeed give indications of Tamil Nationalism. Nationalism, of any kind , in moderate doses is good for the morale of
the people, but when it gets over the limit, it goes rabid the way, the Tamil Nationalism has gone.
As i read in a post down the thread, Kumara/Kumari is of course of Sanskrit origin and please note that Tamil is a "Dravidian" language. But there is
no pure language, all languages are bastardized languages - a mix of languages.
Quoting History channel ..is akin to saying Mickey Mouse is a real person...lol!
Would like to hear more from you.