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What are the Dravidian languages of India?

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Asked by T A RAMESH, 20 Sep '07 12:47 pm
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1.

Allar
Badaga
Bellary
Boya Telugu
Irula (Irua)
Kanikkaran
Kannada (Karnataka)
Kodava (Kodagu)
Kota
Kurumba
Malayalam
Paliyan
Tamil
Toda
Tulu

South Central
Abujmaria
Gondi
Kui
Kuvi
Konda Koya
Manda
Pengo
Sugali
Telugu

Central
The languages formally enumerated by linguists as belonging to the Central Dravidian subfamily are:
Kolami
Naiki
Parji
Ollari
Gadaba

Other possible enumerations are:
Kolami-Naiki
Naiki
Northwestern Kolami
Southeastern Kolami
Parji-Gadaba
Duruwa
Mudhili Gadaba
Parji
Pottangi Ollar Gadaba
Northern
The languages formally enumerated by Dravidian linguists as belonging to the North Dravidian subfamily are the three below:
Brahui
Kurux
Malto

Some other enumerations are:
Kumarbhag Paharia
Kurux language
Malto
Sauria Paharia
Answered by L KINI, 20 Sep '07 12:54 pm

 
  
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kannada
Answered by chitty, 20 Sep '07 12:47 pm

 
  
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down south languages ...like tamil telugu ..
Answered by usha shivpuri, 20 Sep '07 01:01 pm

 
  
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Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam are said to be Dravidian Languages of India. Telegu is one of the ancient languages dating back to hundreds of years back where the Adikavi Nannayya wrote Mahabharath.
Answered by kasi rao, 20 Sep '07 12:53 pm

 
  
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