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The main article for this category is Dravidian languages.


Dravidian language stubs

Kannada language

Malayalam language

Tamil languages

Telugu language

Tulu language



Allar language

Ankola Kannada

Are Bhashe dialect

Attapady Kurumba language

Bazigar language

Bellari language

Bellary language

Bharia language

Brahui language

Dravidian languages

Dravido-Korean languages

Duruwa language

Elamo-Dravidian languages

Gondi language

Gondi script

Gunjala Gondi Lipi

Havigannada dialect

Iyengar Tamil of Karnataka

Jeseri dialect


Kalanadi language

Kanikkaran language


Kannada dialects

Khirwar language

Kodava language

Kolami language

Konda language (Dravidian)

Koraga language

Koya language

Kudiya language

Kui language (India)

Kumbaran language

Kunduvadi language

Kurichiya language

Kurukh language

Kurumba language

Kuvi language

Lingua Malabar Tamul

Madiya language

Mala Malasar language

Malankuravan language

Malasar language

Malto language

Manda language (India)

Middle Tamil language

Muduga language

Mukha-Dora language

Muria language

Naiki language

Official languages of Puducherry

Old Tamil language

Ollari language

Pardhan language

Pathiya language

Pengo language

Proto-Dravidian language

Sankethi dialect

States of India by Tamil speakers

Tamil language

Tamil–Kannada languages

Telugu language

Thachanadan language

Toda language

Tulu language

Ullatan language

Vishavan language

Wayanad Chetti language


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Wed, 13 Apr 2016 16:29:02 -0700

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