0

I have heard that Malayalam is a more recent language ( 800 years old?) ... DEVELOPED by the assimilation of Tamil with Sanskrit. I know Tamil is an ancient language, and the Telegu -Kannada origin is an entirely different thread..

  • 4
    Welcome to History:SE. What has your research shown you so far? Where have you already searched? What did you find? For example, perhaps you could edit your question to explain why the Wikipedia article on Malayalam doesn't answer your question? Please help us to help you. You might find it helpful to review the site tour and Help Centre and, in particular, How to Ask. – sempaiscuba Apr 7 at 17:56
  • 3
    "I have heard that" ... nearly always indicates a problem question. Did you hear that from a reputable source? History without sources is like food without calories, or romance without interaction. – Mark C. Wallace Apr 7 at 17:57
  • 1
    I'm not sure if this isn't more of a linguistics.se question. – Semaphore Apr 8 at 9:39
  • You are right , “ I have heard that.. implies that the current information available is at most RATHER BROAD eg 700 CE to 1200 CE , & @ more focused insight would be welcome, like from someone with research into this subject I do tend to do a little homework , before posing a question Thanks , – Kuruvilla Cheriparambil Apr 9 at 0:10

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.