Talk:Telugu language

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It has been argued that there is a historical connection between the civilizations of ancient Mesopotamia and the Telugu speaking peoples[edit]

Not only that, my friends, but there is a connection between Andrha Pradesh and ... wait for it ... Israelis (sic) on the basis of Telugu words found in Hebrew. Of course, no examples are given. Oh, dear. This is one of the funniest things I have read in ages. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2.97.120.100 (talk) 20:40, 10 June 2018 (UTC)

adding source[edit]

Hi DVdm, noted that you have deleted my edit [1]. I have read your comment. I have added two more sources as per your guidance. I would say this is very commonly known by southern state ppl in Andhra as well as TN. Still if you have some query kindly mention here. Thanks

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Removed 'Broken links' tag[edit]

Hi, I've removed the mtnc tag which was at the very top of the talk, since all instances of 'classical languages in India' and other variations seem to be fixed, after I checked with my browser tools.
If I made a mistake, by all means bring it back and whack me with a wet trout.
Cheers! Double Plus Ungood (talk) 22:06, 23 March 2018 (UTC)