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International Business Times AU
Tue, 20 Jan 2015 02:31:14 -0800

The language is now considered the parent language of 7,000 Dravidian languages spoken in the Deccan in India. Brahui is spoken in a small isolated pocket deep in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Brahui is a language isolate. This means that it is isolated ...
 
Daily Times
Sun, 18 Jan 2015 16:45:00 -0800

Terming it as mother language of 7,000 years old Dravidian languages of Indus civilisation, the research scholars emphasised on further research on the origin of Brahui language which according to them would help in resolving the question of the ...
 
The Guardian
Fri, 23 Jan 2015 03:17:10 -0800

Minna Sundberg's illustration maps the relationships between Indo-European and Uralic languages. The creator of the webcomic Stand Still. Stay Silent, put the illustration together to show why some of the characters in her comic were able to understand ...

The Hindu

The Hindu
Mon, 12 Jan 2015 16:11:28 -0800

... the discovery of a dozen manuscripts in Gunjala village of Narnoor mandal, after which the script of the manuscripts was subsequently named, was presented to the world as a sensational discovery which could well be the link to proto Dravidian ...

The Hindu

The Hindu
Fri, 14 Nov 2014 12:37:30 -0800

After the collapse of the Indus civilisation, he said in his paper that a section of the Indus Valley population had migrated to south India and the “the Indus Dravidian influenced the South Dravidian languages”. The earliest traces of such migratory ...

The Hindu

The Hindu
Sun, 02 Nov 2014 09:53:18 -0800

The APSCHE Chairman recalled that DU was established with the main objective of promoting Dravidian languages, tradition and culture in 1997. It was run on sound lines for about six years after which thousands of research scholars were admitted without ...

TamilNet

TamilNet
Mon, 17 Nov 2014 02:46:28 -0800

Due to the migration of a section of the Indus population southwards, forming some settlements in South India, the Indus Dravidian influenced the South Dravidian languages. The earliest attestations of such influence are found in Old Tamil. As the ...
 
The Hindu
Wed, 29 Aug 2012 12:06:17 -0700

His authoritative book “The Dravidian Languages” (Cambridge 2003) clearly set out the origin, development and diversity of the Dravidian languages. He made me aware of the point made by the geneticist Luigi Cavalli-Sforza that the genetic tree and the ...
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