The History of the Dravidian Languages
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The History of the Dravidian Languages

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40 thoughts on “The History of the Dravidian Languages

  1. Here are a few additional disclaimers, based on things that have been pointed out by commenters / 댓글에서 많은 분들이 지적해주신 오류 및 논란 사항을 알립니다:

    1) The idea that the Indus River Valley Civilization spoke Dravidian, as suggested by this video, is still controversial. Likewise, it is unknown whether the Northern Dravidian languages, especially Brahui, are the remnant of a previous Dravidian population or recent migrants. I decided to go with the former view based on genetic evidence showing that Brahui speakers are genetically closer to their local neighbors than other Dravidians.
    1) 영상에서 묘사한 것처럼 인더스 문명에서 드라비다어가 사용되었다는 가설은 여전히 논란의 대상입니다. 관련된 문제로, 브라후이어를 포함한 북드라비다어파가 과거 드라비다어족 화자들의 후손인지, 비교적 최근에 북쪽으로 이주한 이들의 후손인지는 알 수 없습니다. 이 영상에서는 브라후이어 화자들이 유전적으로 타 드라비다어 화자보다는 주변 인구에 더 가깝다는 사실을 근거로 전자의 가설을 택했습니다.

    2) The depiction of Tamil in Sri Lanka is likely incorrect. There is little evidence that Tamil was once widely spoken in southern Sri Lanka, as this video suggests. It seems I misread some pieces of evidence while doing research. 스리랑카에서의 타밀어 묘사는 잘못되었을 가능성이 높습니다. 영상에 나온 대로 한때 스리랑카 남부에서 타밀어가 통용되었다는 근거는 희박합니다. 제가 조사 중 특정 자료를 오독한 것 같습니다.

  2. For your kind information Brahui language has no roots with dravidians but has few similar words ,How can you combine one language with another regional language because of the similarity of a few words? I'm speaking about Brahui language here,
    In Past During the wars, many parts of the world came under the control of many nations where languages and their words were exchanged .
    Brahui is a language of the Baloch, as you were saying of the Dravidians that it had many dialects including Tamil, Kanda, Malima etc., similarly the languages ​​spoken by the Baloch all have the same words , even they have different names but belongs to Baloch nation. Despite this, Balochi and Brahui are called "Raji Zuban" meaning "Baloch National Languages".
    If you look at the history of the Balochs, the Balochs existed in this region before the arrival of the Dravidians and today the Balochs are safe even after the departure of the Dravidians.
    We request that don't ever try to Divide Baloch nation.🙏🙏

  3. Interesting. Appreciate your hard work in making this video.

    1:32
    Eastward expansion of proto-Northern Dravidian must have stopped by then. There was never any Dravidian speaking community in the Himalayan foothills near Brahmaputra river. Instead, that region was home to Tibeto-Burman and Mon-Khmer speaking people.
    Everything about this video is okay except for the misrepresentation of that region.
    I'm a Tibeto-Burman speaking indigenous person from the foothills of eastern Himalayan region near Brahmaputra River.

  4. நீங்க தவறாக சொல்லி உள்ளீர்கள் தென்னிந்திய பகுதிகள் ஸ்ரீலங்கா இந்திய பெருங்கடலில் மூழ்கி போன தீவுகளிலிருந்து தான் சிந்துசமவெளி பகுதிக்கு தமிழர்கள் கடல் நீர் மட்ட உயர்வால் அங்கு இருந்த நிலங்கள் மூழ்கிய காரணத்தால் 11,000 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு முன்பாக சிந்து சமவெளி பகுதியில் தமிழர்கள் குடியேறினர் தமிழர்களின் பூர்வீகம் இலங்கை தென்னிந்திய இந்தியப் பெருங்கடல் தீவுகள் தமிழ் உருவாகியதே தென்னிந்தியா கீழ்ப்பகுதி நீங்கள் வரலாற்றை தவறாக சித்தரித்து உள்ளீர்கள்

  5. Daravidan has no language no land and its not a race….??? South indian language Tamil by its own and other south indian languages are base Tamil and Sanskrit mix languages. STOP spreading fake history?????

  6. Yes , proto Dravidian Tamil is distinct from Today's Tamil ..but the speakers were Same … Also Tamil have most of proto Dravidian words , we can reconstruct proto Dravidian only with Tamil … Inscriptions founded in ivc and keeladi , adichanallur (in Tamilakkam)was exactly the same ..

  7. Dravidians never lived in north india.
    Proto-dravidian language originated in tamilnadu coasts. From there dravidian languages spread to other part of south india.
    Dravidian language spread as far as central india.
    That is why many people in Tamil nadu have very darkish skintone whereas rest of south indians have medium dark skintone.
    Proto-dravidian language originated in tamilnadu.

  8. Amazing Presentation,And Bgm,blissful carnatic music
    എന്നെന്നും വാഴ്‌ക മലയാളം❤❤💙✊️ ഇതൊക്കെ കാണുമ്പോ കുളിർ കോരാത്തത് മലയാളികൾ മുറ്റും ആണെന്ന് തോന്നുന്നു.ഇപ്പാരിലെ പഴക്കം ചെന്ന മുതിർന്നമൊഴി തറവാട്കളിൽ ഒന്ന് ..പെരും മതങ്ങളുo ജാതികളും ഉണ്ടാകുന്നതിനു പല കൊല്ലങ്ങൾക്കും മുന്നേ പിറന്ന മൊഴിക്കൂട്ടം,മലയാളവും,മറ്റ് ദ്രാവിഡ മൊഴികളും പിറന്ന വളർന്ന ചരിത്ര വഴി.നമ്മുടെ പിള്ളേർക്കിതൊന്നും ശരിയായി വിദ്യാഭാസത്തിലൂടെ കൂടുതൽ പകർന്ന് കൊടുത്തിട്ടില്ല…ഖേദകരം..
    "Dravidamam amma petta makkal allo naamal
    Dravida poovaadiyil pootha pookkal allo nammal"
    (കാലഅളവ് എത്രത്തോളം ശരിയാണ് എന്നറിയില്ല..എന്നാലും കിടിലം,Western മൊഴികളെ ഒക്കെ അതിരു കടന്നു പുണരുന്നവർ ഈ ചരിത്രമാണ് മുതലിലെ പഠിക്കേണ്ടത്.)

  9. You have no proof of a Dravidian language originating in North India, and Sanskrit in Central asia as you claim, for if it were so, there should be an explanation of wherefrom come a number of tribes who speak languages unintelligible to both North and south Indians. You are making a total Bullshit.

  10. Great job man! but you shouldve made a lot more side notes in the beginning of the video since the history of the drv langs are highly debated mainly about the IVC lang and Brahui migration part (you made the comment but people may not see it)

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