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Is telugu language originated from tamil?

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The Telugu language is not derived from Tamil. Telegu is one of the Dravidian languages, originated along with Gondi (spoken in Madhya Pradesh) and Kovi(spoken in Orissa). It is mainly spoken by the people in the southeastern state of India - Andra Pradesh and Telangana. After Hindi and Bengali, it is...
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The Telugu language is not derived from Tamil. Telegu is one of the Dravidian languages, originated along with Gondi (spoken in Madhya Pradesh) and Kovi(spoken in Orissa). It is mainly spoken by the people in the southeastern state of India - Andra Pradesh and Telangana. After Hindi and Bengali, it is considered to have spoken by a lot of people in India. The Telugu language was first formed by Renati Cholas, who ruled the Kadappah regions. Telugu split from th Proto-Dravidian languages between 1000BC -1500BC.

According to the ancient Indian literature, the Telugu language is said to have derived from the word "Lepakshi". During Ramayana, the bird Jatayu falls after a battle with Ravana. When Sri Rama witnessed this at the spot, he compassionately said "Le, Pakshi", which means "Rise, bird".  This indicated the presence of Telugu language in the ancient Indian

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Telugu orginated from tamil only, pure dravidian language(pure Tamil) is the root for tamil,telugu,kannada,malayalam.You can so much similiraties with these langaugess.Sanskrit is not an indian langauge, its purely german langauge,you can see so much similarities with this two langauge,sanskrit is having...
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Telugu orginated from tamil only, pure dravidian language(pure Tamil) is the root for tamil,telugu,kannada,malayalam.You can so much similiraties with these langaugess.Sanskrit is not an indian langauge, its purely german langauge,you can see so much similarities with this two langauge,sanskrit is having tamil base script .Malayalam is one type of tamil langauge like madurai,kovai,nellai slang,its called chera tamil or malaiora tamil,malayalam is purely tamil langauge lightly collapsed with sanskrit read less
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Hi Sunita Devi,Telugu originated from the Proto-Dravidian language. It probably split from Proto-Dravidian between 1500 BCE and 1000 BCE, which was roughly the same time the Tamil language, became distinct in terms of literary activity.Telugu belongs to the Central Dravidian language subfamily, whose...
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Hi Sunita Devi,
Telugu originated from the Proto-Dravidian language. It probably split from Proto-Dravidian between 1500 BCE and 1000 BCE, which was roughly the same time the Tamil language, became distinct in terms of literary activity.
Telugu belongs to the Central Dravidian language subfamily, whose members originated from the Proto-Dravidian spoken in the central part of the Deccan plateau.

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Yes, Telugu is born from Tamil. Not only Telugu, but all south languages also have strong influences of Tamil. People who have knowledge of Literature and History of various languages would believe. Some people referring here the "Dravidian Language" Could any explain what is Dravidian Language and when...
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Yes, Telugu is born from Tamil. Not only Telugu, but all south languages also have strong influences of Tamil. People who have knowledge of Literature and History of various languages would believe. Some people referring here the "Dravidian Language" Could any explain what is Dravidian Language and when and where it was born. Ground Reality is "None" The Term "Dravidam" is used to call the group of people in Southern India and Its not specific language or culture. The Truth is Tamil is the origin of Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada. Sanskrit may have few influences of this language, but it was dead long before. People who cannot digest are started hiding the History of Languages.

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No, Telugu is a dravidian language which is originally from Sanskrit. Telugu is related to Kannada.
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NO. Telugu language originated from Sanskrit.
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Telugu is a dravidian language which has Tamil roots and sanskrit influence ,telugu belong to dravidian family as many other languages comes under it like malayalam, kannada, tamil, tulu and many more
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Telugu is an Indo European language which originated quite some time ago. It probably originated from Prakrit. Telugu speakers settled in the southern part of Bharat, and the proto Dravidian language was spoken at that time. This proto Dravidian has altered the structure of Telugu a lot. Then Sanskrit,...
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Telugu is an Indo European language which originated quite some time ago. It probably originated from Prakrit. Telugu speakers settled in the southern part of Bharat, and the proto Dravidian language was spoken at that time. This proto Dravidian has altered the structure of Telugu a lot.
Then Sanskrit, Urdu, and Persian also flew into Telugu. Linguists made Telugu devoid of Urdu and Sanskrit while classifying. But they didn't remove the proto Dravidian. So Telugu became a Dravidian language. But in reality, Telugu is a pure Indo European language.

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Not from Tamil
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No, those are two different languages which belongs to Dravidian languages family.
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