Dravidian languages Tamil belongs to the southern branch of the Dravidian languages , a family of around 26 languages native to the Indian subcontinent. The closest major relative of Tamil is Malayalam ; the two began diverging around the 9th century AD. Linguistic reconstruction suggests that Proto-Dravidian was spoken around the third millennium BC, possibly in the region around the lower Godavari river basin in peninsular India. The material evidence suggests that the speakers of Proto-Dravidian were of the culture associated with the Neolithic complexes of South India. The linguistic evidence suggests that Proto-South Dravidian was spoken around the middle of the second millennium BC, and that proto-Tamil emerged around the 3rd century BC. The earliest epigraphic attestations of Tamil are generally taken to have been written shortly thereafter. AD of Deccan. Murugan , revered as the Tamil God, along with sage Agastya , brought it to the people. Even though the name of the language which was developed by these Tamil Sangams is mentioned as Tamil, the period when the name “Tamil” came to be applied to the language is unclear, as is the precise etymology of the name. The earliest attested use of the name is found in Tholkappiyam , which is dated as early as 1st century BC.
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