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2 news items

Atlanta Black Star

Atlanta Black Star
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:37:30 -0700

This is verifiable through the available physical evidence — skeletal remains, eyewitness accounts preserved in the Rig Veda, artistic and sculptural remains, the regional survival of Dravidian languages (including Brahui, Kurukh and Malto) and the ...

Frontline

Frontline
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 04:07:29 -0700

He researched the Dravidian languages, and in a treatise in 1816 wrote that the south Indian languages were not derived from Sanskrit but formed a family of languages that were related to one another. Ellis translated a portion of Tiruvalluvar's famous ...
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