Sunday, June 5, 2011

great family of Dravidiau languages

the great family of Dravidiau languages, the mother-tougues of some fifty-seven 
millions of men, covering the whole of Southern India and Northern Ceylon, northwards appearing in smaller scattered areas, and lastly represented after an interval of hundreds of Hues on the west by the isolated Hrahui of Baluchistan, numerically the most important is the Andhra or Telugu, spoken by about twenty millions.

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