Tamil pundai is simply the Tamil equivalent of the English word pundit. The word pundai literally means “a person who looks down his nose” and a Tamil pundai is simply someone who looks down his nose at everyone. Many people think that someone who looks down his nose when he isn’t supposed to is a pundai, but that isn’t really the case. The pundai is an asshat who looks down his nose at anyone who doesn’t look down his nose.
We have to make sure that the word pundai is understood properly in Tamil. So when we say that a pundai is a person who looks down his nose at everyone, then we arent talking about a really bad person. In fact, any pundai we just mentioned is probably not a bad person. It is a person who does not look down his nose when he is supposed to be looking down his nose.
A pundai is a person who looks down his nose at everyone, and he is usually a bad person.
The word pundai is very new to Tamil. Now it is almost synonymous with the word ‘pundit’, which is a person who looks down his nose at everyone, and a person who is bad. The word pundai has been part of the language for a very long time. The word pundai is used in Sanskrit, where it refers to a person who looks down his nose at the people.
And in Tamil it is used to refer to a person who looks down his nose at everyone.
The word pundai originally meant a person who looks down his nose at people. Tamil pundai is now considered derogatory and has recently become more common. Some people also use the word pundai to refer to someone who looks down his nose at the person who is bad. In the late 20th century, this was the word used to describe a person who looks down his nose at someone who is good.
The first person to use pundai as a derogatory term for a person who looked down his nose at people was a man named Muthu Pandian in the early 20th century. Muthu Pandian’s name was used by the British military to refer to anyone who looked down his nose at British soldiers.
Muthu Pandian was also a member of the Congress Party, a political party that opposed British rule in the Indian state of Madras. In the year 1838, the Madras Presidency was occupied by a British Army. This meant that all of the Congress Party members who were in the Madras Presidency would have to look down his nose at the British Army. So, they did.
In the year 1844, some of the members of the Congress Party tried to flee the Madras Presidency by sneaking into a British camp. The rest of the party also tried to flee to the Madras Presidency, but they were stopped by the British Army. The Congress Party members who tried to flee were all killed by the British Army. The rest of the Congress Party tried to escape to Travancore, but were also stopped by the British Army.
This is the story of an Indian General who decided to flee the British Army. One of his soldiers, a gentleman by the name of Tamil pundais, was an officer in the Madras Army. So to save him, the General and his men decided to go to the British camp. They went, but they were stopped by the British Army. Tamil pundais was a gentleman, but he was an officer. And that is why he was killed by a British Army soldier.