The oldest Tamil communities are those of southern India and northeastern Sri Lanka.
There are also a number of Tamil emigrant communities scattered around the world, especially in central Sri Lanka, Malaysia, South Africa and Singapore, with more recent emigrants also found in Australia, Canada, the United States, and parts of Europe.
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Unlike many ethnic groups, Tamils were not governed by a single political entity during most of their history; Tamilakam, the traditional name for the Tamil lands, was only politically united for a brief period between the 9th and 12th centuries under the Chola Empire.
The Tamil identity is primarily linguistic, with Tamils being those whose first language was Tamil.
At around the 3rd century BC onwards, three royal dynasties—the Cholas, the Cheras and the Pandyas—rose to dominate the ancient Tamil country.
Each of these dynasties had its own realm within the Tamil-speaking region.