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Kolezhuthu is one of the oldest writing systems in south India. It was mainly used to write Malayalam language  and Tamil language particularly during the former's infancy, along with Vatteluttu alphabet.
- Old Scripts of Malayalam
- Ancient writing schemes of Kerala
- A. Aiyappan (1948). Report on the Socio-economic Conditions of the Aboriginal Tribes of the Province of Madras. Government Press. p. 131.
- S. N. Sadasivan (2000). A Social History Of India. APH Publishing. p. 308.
- Grantha, Vattezhuthu, Kolezhuthu, Malayanma, Devanagiri, Brahmi and Tamil alphabets
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