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Kannada is the majority language of the Indian state of Karnataka, with around 40 million speakers.
This is the language of Kerala (the south-western state of India) and Lakshadweep islands. Also spoken in neighboring states of Kerala, Bahrain, Fiji, Israel, Malaysia, Qatar, Singapore, UAE, United Kingdom. Malayalam is spoken by about 35+ million people. It is 29th most popular language in the world(Ethnologue 13th Ed.) and one among the 44 primary scripts in Unicode 3.2 standard. The language's grammar is a form of simplified Tamil(a dravidian language) and the vocabulary is from Sanskrit and Tamil. Also, a small collection of words came from English, Urudu, Portuguese etc. Even though, Malayalam script resembles that of Tamil, it covers both Sanskrit and Tamil alphabets; making a total of 51 basic and 900+ conjunct letters.
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Tamil belongs to the Dravidian family of languages. About 70 million people speak the language. Over 50 million of them live in the South Indian State of Tamil Nadu. The next largest Tamil population is in Sri Lanka, mostly in the North-eastern Province. Tamils live or work in virtually every country in the world. This category is for websites relating to Tamil language, including literature, grammar, linguistics, lessons and history of the language.
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