Dravidian Language Family
The Dravidian language survives in various regions in India. It is a group of many languages and one of the major language families in the world. It is uncomfortable for any other language family. The people are widely used in South India, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. In ancient times, merchants travel from one place to another to trade various objects. Some migrated from one kingdom to another, evolving the Dravidian language in different regions of India and other Southern areas. Like this, the language mixed with the local linguists and from the new language in the Dravidian language.
Evolution of Dravidian Language
The Dravidian language origin is a combination of 73 languages. Around 222 million people speak in Southern India, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The Tamil traders spread the Tamil language to Burma, Indonesia, Guyana and other Eastern languages. Especially in the country, Brahui people speak the entire Dravidian language, and 200,000 Afghan people speak the Dravidian Origin language. The famous Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada are the most spoken Dravidian family languages in South India. A significant part of the Malaysian and Singapore people speak the Dravidian family languages. Some tribal people living far from the concrete jungle also profoundly use the Dravidian family language. Such tribal groups are the Kui People of Odisha, Kurukh in Eastern India and Gond tribes.
Ancient Dravidian Language
The Dravidian languages had been coming to India during the third or fourth millennium BCE and mingled with the local languages in those days. These new languages’ basic vocabulary is the same, but the theme of the sentences is different. Especially these Dravidian languages cannot connect with any other languages worldwide. They are only indigenous to India, so they still exist in large areas in India as well as some countries in Asia.
Dravidian Language in Foreign Countries
Scientists found the primary elements of the evolution of Dravidian languages since the 2nd century BCE. Only some regions in the world have been using Dravidian languages; such are Brahui in Pakistan, Balochistan in Afghanistan and some parts of Nepal and Bhutan. The Dravidian languages also influenced the Arabian sea coasts. The Dravidian languages have influenced the Marathi, Gujarati, Marwari and Sindhi languages. The Historians divided the Indian people based on languages as Dravidians and Aryans. The Dravidians live in South India, and the Aryans live in North India.