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Kannada is attested epigraphically for about one and a half millennia, and literary Old Kannada flourished in the 6th-century Ganga dynasty Kannada is a Southern Dravidian language, and according to Dravidian scholar Sanford B.
Steever, its history can be conventionally divided into three periods: Old Kannada (Halegannada) from 450–1200 CE, Middle Kannada (Nadugannada) from 1200–1700, and Modern Kannada from 1700 to the present.
Main articles: Halmidi inscription, Kappe Arabhatta, Shravanabelagola inscription of Nandisena, Tyagada Brahmadeva Pillar, Atakur inscription, Doddahundi nishidhi inscription, and List of people associated with the study of Kannada inscriptions The famous Atakur inscription (AD 949) from Mandya district, a classical Kannada composition in two parts; a fight between a hound and a wild boar, and the victory of the Rashtrakutas over the Chola dynasty in the famous battle of Takkolam Purava Hale Gannada: This Kannada term literally translated means "Previous form of Old Kannada" was the language of Banavasi in the early Common Era, the Satavahana, Chutu Satakarni (Naga) and Kadamba periods and thus has a history of over 2500 years.
In some 3rd–1st century BCE Tamil inscriptions, words of Kannada influence such as nalliyooraa, kavu Di and posil have been introduced.
nange yenu gotagta illa”.prakash”nodu anusha nange sutti balasi matadoke barolla,evnu helda(driverna torisutha)monne Naveen nimma maneli idnanthe yen vishya,yestu dina dinda nadita idi edella”.gaabari adru”adu…
Join free online chat rooms and chat with friends, meet new people and more.The scholar Iravatham Mahadevan indicated that Kannada was already a language of rich oral tradition earlier than the 3rd century BCE, and based on the native Kannada words found in Prakrit inscriptions of that period, Kannada must have been spoken by a widespread and stable population. The sources of influence on literary Kannada grammar appear to be three-fold: Pāṇini's grammar, non-Paninian schools of Sanskrit grammar, particularly Katantra and Sakatayana schools, and Prakrit grammar.Literary Prakrit seems to have prevailed in Karnataka since ancient times.The vernacular Prakrit speaking people may have come into contact with Kannada speakers, thus influencing their language, even before Kannada was used for administrative or liturgical purposes.Kannada phonetics, morphology, vocabulary, grammar and syntax show significant influence from these languages.