Dravidian

Dravidian may refer to the following about southern South Asia:
Dravidian family of languages includes approximately 73 languages[1] that are mainly spoken in southern India and northeastern Sri Lanka, as well as certain areas in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and eastern and central India, as well as in parts of Afghanistan and Iran,
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Tamil}}} 
Writing system: Vatteluttu 
Official status
Official language of:  India,[4][5]

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Telugu}}} 
Writing system: Telugu script 
Official status
Official language of:  India
Regulated by: no official regulation
Language codes
ISO 639-1: te
ISO 639-2: tel
ISO 639-3: tel

Telugu
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Kannada}}} 
Official status
Official language of:  India (Karnataka)
Regulated by: Various academies and the Government of Karnataka
Language codes
ISO 639-1: kn
ISO 639-2: kan
ISO 639-3: kan

Kannada
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Malayalam}}} 
Writing system: Malayalam script, historically written in Vattezhuthu script, Kolezhuthu script , Karzoni script. Also Arabic script (Arabi Malayalam), Indian alphabet(Roman alphabet) 
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Dravidian

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Dravidian architecture, was a style of architecture that emerged thousands of years ago in the Indian subcontinent. They consist primarily of pyramid shaped temples which are dependent on intricate carved stone in order to create a step design consisting of numerous statues of
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the largest temple in the world (early 12th century)]]

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A temple (from the Latin word templum
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The Self-Respect Movement was an anti-Brahmanist movement founded in 1925 by E.V. Ramasami Naicker in Tamil Nadu, India. The movement has the aim of achieving a society where backward castes have superior rights, and advocated discrimination and persecution of Brahmins as part of a
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Dravidian martial arts have been practiced by the Dravidian people in South India and northeastern Sri Lanka since the Sangam period.

History

The origins of Dravidian martial arts date back to the 2nd possible 3rd century BC, when various martial arts were described in
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Dravidian

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Sri Lankan Tamils also, Ceylonese or Ilankai Tamils are today a trans-national minority, and are Tamil people from Sri Lanka. Their origins lie in South India in a cultural region known as Tamilakam, a region that encompasses both the present day Indian states of Tamil Nadu
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India
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Batting style Right hand bat
Bowling style Right arm off break

Career statistics
Tests ODIs
Matches 112 326
Runs scored 9492 10534

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