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English: The Critical Path of the four main South Indian Dravidian Languages somewhere in the path another language called Tulu ( spoken mainly in dakshina karnataka) has to figure as it is pretty similar to kodagu
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  • 2006-04-16 02:25 AreJay 600×400×8 (87124 bytes) The Critical Path of the four main South Indian Dravidian Languages

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