There are 2 forms of each word: ஜனங்கள் . ஜனங்க . கலகலப் ஜனங்கள் கலகலப்பு ஜனங்கள் . "Collected Writings on Indian Music" by Dr. V. Raghavan is a three volume work running to over a thousand pages. Sri Kanchi Acharya temple conferred the title Sakala Kala Kalapa for versatility. " In Malaysia , the Larger Leiden Copper-plate Inscription of Rajaraja I, Epigraphia Indica, Vol XXII at a Buddhist temple of a Kadaram king c.1006 has Sanskrit Section line 73 kala kalapa "the collection of all sciences." I'm asking about the ways of combining these words , as a robot-translation says கலகலப் ஜனங்கள் is "riot people". Do you know what the meaning may have been in ancient times?