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According to Hindu mythology stories for kids,every day the sun journeys along the sky in a chariot pulled by seven horses of the colors of VIBGYOR.

Hindus as a people were known to polish diamonds perfectly from antiquity.India used to be the only source of diamonds once upon a time.Even today Jewish artificial diamonds get polished in Surat of Gujarat state in India.

Now when white light is passed through a prism in such a fashion that when it exceeds one particular value of refractive index,the seven VIBGYOR colors into which it gets split get trapped inside without any outlet for too much escape and it sparkles.Diamonds are also cut using this principle.

Perhaps this principle was symbolically narrated as the sun god travelling on a chariot pulled by seven horses of seven colors.Nothing more when one considers that Aryabhatta , the Hindu cosmologist knew either by himself or through Greeks that the sun remains stationary while the earth revolves around itself causing day and night.
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Also white light of the sun gets split into the seven VIBGYOR colors of rainbow in situations when both the rain and the sunlight get mixed simultaneously.Perhaps that could also have been the basis for the story woven around the sun god travelling in a chariot of seven horses.

villu in Telugu = dhanassu/chaapam in Sanskritised Telugu = Dhanush in Hindi = bow

Now the rainbow is known by two names in Telugu.One is 'Harivillu' or the bow of God Hari/Vishnu.

The other is 'Indradhanassu' or the bow of god Indra.

Now whose bow is it?that of Vishnu or Indra?none knows for sure.

Or maybe it belongs to both as Hindu gods aren't jealous and possessive ones.
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Even though Hittites ceased to be known by that name,perhaps they metamorphed into Kurds who are the only speakers of Indo-European languages living amidst majority Arabs and Turks,the non-Indo-European language speakers of Turkey,Iraq and Syria.Arabic belongs to the Semitic language club and Turkish to the Ural-Altaic language group.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Now word for 'I' in Telugu is nenu. Equivalent word for the same in Tamil in naan.So pronouns of Dravidian languages are said to resemble one another while differing with those of Indo-European languages.Word for 'I' in Sanskrit is Aham or I am of English and the word for the same in Hindi is 'Mein'.
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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neeti bottu in Telugu = bindu in Sanskritised Telugu and Hindi = water drop

kala in Telugu = Swapnam in Sanskritised Telugu = sapna in Hindi = dream

chukkalu in Telugu = nakshatraalu or taaralu in Sanskritised Telugu = taare in Hindi = stars in English.

word tara in Sanskrit is the same as word star in English when 's' remains silent just as 'k' remains silent in word known with an addition of vowel 'a'.Just like letter 'p' of pyro of Greek/Latin when changed to 'f' will become fire in English.

also word sitaare exists in Hindi which is the cognate of word stars in English.

edu in Telugu = samvatsaram / vatsaram in Sanskritised Telugu = saal in Hindi = a year.

karuvu in Telugu = kshaamam / durbhiksham in Sanskritised Telugu = suukhaa in Hindi = drought

todpaatu in Telugu = sahaayam in Sanskritised Telugu = sahaaytaa/madad in Hindi = help

kutra in Telugu = durvyuuham/kapata vyuuham in Sanskritised Telugu = saajish in Hindi = plot/ploy

guttu in Telugu = gopya vishayam/maarmika vishyayam/gupta vishayam/rahasyam/guuda vishayam/nighuuda vishayam in Sanskritised Telugu = secret

Of course it is entirely possible that some of the Telugu words listed here could have been Vikruti words of Prakruti Sanskrit words whose transformation or transition rules might not have been known to me.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Takkuva/koddigaa in Telugu = svalpam in Sanskritised Telugu = thoda/kam in Hindustani = small in size or quantity
Ekkuva in Telugu = adhikam in Sanskritised Telugu = adhik/adhiktar in sarkaari Hindi = zyaadaa/zyaadaatar in Hindustani = too much or large
Chinnadaina in Telugu = suukshmamainaa in Sanskritised Telugu = chotaasaa in Hindi = that which is small or micro
Peddadaina in Telugu = sthuulamaina in Sanskritised Telugu = badaasaa in Hindi = that which is large or macro
Raasi in Telugu/Prakruti Telugu = ganaatmakamaina/parinaamaatmakamaina in Sanskritised Telugu = quantitative in English
Vaasi/naanyamaina in Telugu = gunaatmakamaina in Sanksritised Telugu = qualitative in English
sari polchu in Telugu = Tulanaatmakamaina in Sanskritised Telugu = comparative in English from tula or weighing scales

Language groups are in general identified based on comparative linguistic studies.

Madisi in Prakruti Telugu = manishi/maanava/manushya in Sanskritised Telugu = manav in sarkari Hindi = insaan in Hindustani = man in English

The now infamous abstractly called Manu dharma saastraas are known by the full name of Maanava dharma saastraas or righteous laws of mankind.

eru in Telugu = upanadi in Sanskritised Telugu = tributary of a river
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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paadu in Telugu = gaanam in Sanskritised Telugu = gaana in Hindi = to sing
uudigam in Telugu = seva in Sanskritised Telugu = service
paadi in Telugu = nyaayam in Sanskritised Telugu = nyaay in sarkari Hindi = insaaf in Urdu = justice
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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kappa in Telugu = mandookam in Sanskritised Telugu = mendu in Hindi = frog
pilli in Telugu = maarjaalam in Sanskritised Telugu = billi in Hindi/Hindustani = cat
kukka in Telugu = sunakam in Sanskritised Telugu = kuttaa in Hindi = dog
koti in Telugu = kapiraju/markatam in Sanskritised Telugu = bandar in Hindi = monkey
gadida in Telugu = gardhabham in Sanskritised Telugu = gadhaa in Hindi = donkey
eluka in Telugu = muushikam in Sanskritised Telugu = chuhaa in Hindi = rat
pandi in Telugu = varaaham in Sanskritsed Telugu = suhar in Hindi = pig
eddu in Telugu = vrishabham in Sanskritised Telugu = rishab in sarkari Hindi = ox
nakka in Telugu = jambuukam in Sanskritised Telugu = lomdi in Hindi = fox/jackal
jinka in Telugu = hariNam in Sanskritised Telugu = hiran in Hindi = deer
doma in Telugu = masakam in Sanskritised Telugu = machhar in Hindi = musquito
cheema in Telugu = pipeelikam in Sanskritised Telugu = ant
nemali in Telugu = mayuuram in Sanskritised Telugu = peacock
enumu in Telugu = mahisham in Sanskritised Telugu = buffalo
chiluka/ciluka in Telugu = sukamu in Sanskritised Telugu = parrot

Some of the Telugu words are vikruti words of Prakruti Sanskrit words.
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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cheva in Telugu = satta/sattuva possibly being a Vikruti word of Telugu possibly from word sakti of Sanskritised Telugu = balam/sakti/saamarthyam in Sanskritised Telugu = capability/strength/capacity
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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telupu in Telugu = Sweta or dhavala in Sanskritised Telugu = safed in Hindi = white
nalupu in Telugu = Kala in both Sanskritised Telugu and Hindi = black
pachha in Telugu = haritha in Sanskritised Telugu = haraa in Hindi = green
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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pogaru/talapogaru in Telugu = Ahamkaaram in Sanskritised Telugu literally meaning 'I am ness' = ghamand in Hindi = arrogance.

mallee malle in Telugu from marala marala of Old Telugu or tirigi raavatam of Telugu = punaraavrutam in Sanskritised Telugu = baar baar in Hindi = again and again.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Ippude/ventaney/venventaney in Telugu = takshanam/marukshanam/marunimisham/uttara kshanam in Sanskritised Telugu = abeech in Hindi = now itself or immediately thereafter or one after another in an immediate sense.

Now kshanam/nimisham in Sanskrit meant a ‘minute’ or the 1/60 part of an hour.

takshanam could have been derived from tat+kshanam or that very minute itself.
maru is a telugu word which means at the very next moment.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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danda in Telugu = maala in Sanskritised Telugu = garland
nuune in Telugu = tailam in Sansritised Telugu = oil
ballem in Telugu = suulam in Sanskritised Telugu = spear
uppu in Telugu = kshaaram in Sanskritised Telugu = salt
raayi in Telugu = paashaanam/sila in Sanskritised Telugu = stone
kottu in Telugu = dukaanam in sanskritised Telugu = shop
gontu in Telugu = kantam in Sanskritised Telugu = voice part of your neck
sagatu in Telugu = saadhaarana in Sanskritised Telugu = ordinary
komma in Telugu = saakha in Sanskritised Telugu = branch of tree
katti in Telugu = karavaalam / khadgam in Sanskritised Telugu = sword
bonku in Telugu = asatyam in Sanskritised Telugu = lie
paduchu pilla in Telugu = taruni in Sanskritised Telugu = a young woman
kampu in Telugu = durgandham in Sanskritised Telugu =badbuu in Hindi = stench/bad smell/bad odour
muppu in Telugu = pramaadam in Sanskritised Telugu = danger
bomma in Telugu = pratima in Sanskritised Telugu = idol/doll
ammu in Telugu = saram/baanam in Sanskritised Telugu = arrow
korika in Telugu = kaanksha in Sanskritised Telugu = wish
mandu in Telugu = oushadham in Sanskritised Telugu = medicine
katte/karra in Telugu = dandam in Sanskritised Telugu = stick
toli/modati in Telugu = prathamam in Sanskritised Telugu = first
taaku in Telugu = sprusinchu in Sanskritised Telugu = to touch
raayi in Telugu = likhinchu in Sanskritised Telugu = to write
chuttam in Telugu = bandhuvu in Sanskritised Telugu = relative
kattu in Telugu = nirminchu in Sanskritised Telugu = to build
viragottu in Telugu = dhvamsam cheyu in Sanskritised Telugu = to destroy or to break up
maatalu in Telugu = padajaalam in Sansritised Telugu = words/collection of words
othidi in Telugu = peedanam in Sanskritised Telugu = pressure
uniki in Telugu = astitvam in Sanskritised Telugu = existence
perugu in Telugu = vruddhi in Sanskritised Telugu = to increase
tarugu/taggu/taggudala in Telugu = ksheenata in Sanskritised Telugu = to decrease/decrement
matalaadu in Telugu = sambhaashinchu in Sanskritised Telugu = to converse
vaddanu in Telugu = niraakarinchu in Sanskritised Telugu = to refuse.
erpadu in Telugu =sambhavinchu in Sanskritised Telugu = to form/to happen
ottu in Telugu = pramaanam in Sansritised Telugu = a promise
goddu in Telugu = pasuvu in Sanskritised Telugu = an animal
goddali in Telugu = parasuvu in Sanskritised Telugu = an axe
kanikattu/mosam in Telugu = maya in Sanskritised Telugu = magic trick/an illusion/deception
eduta in Telugu = abhi mukham in Sanskritised = to stand before with faced turned to the observer
tummeda in Telugu = bhramaram in Sanskritised Telugu = honey-bee
tittu/tuulanaadu in Telugu = duushinchu/saapanaarthaalu pettu in Sanskritised Telugu = gaaliyaa dena in Hindi = to badmouth/curse
ontari in Telugu = ekaaki in Sanskritised Telugu = akelaa insaan in Hindi = lone individual
kaalchu in telugu = dahanam cheyu in Sanskritised Telugu = jalaana in Hindi (from the same root as jwala or fire in Sanskrit)=to burn
neellu/paalu poyu=abhishekam cheyyadam in Sanskritised Telugu= to wetten by pouring water or milk or some other liquid
manchu in Telugu = himam in Sanskritised Telugu = barf in Hindi = snow
pulla in Telugu = darbham in Sanskritised Telugu = smallest part of bavin
mondi in Telugu = haTHam in Sanskritised Telugu = hatt/zid in Hindi = to be obstinate
chaavabaadu/chitakabaadu/chaavagottu/chitakkottu in Telugu = dehasuddhi in Sanskritised Telugu = to beat black and blue
gaddi in Telugu = pasugraasam in Sanskritised Telugu = animal feed / grass in English
challani in Telugu = seetalamaina in Sanskritised Telugu = thandaa in Hindi = that which is cold
vedigaa in Telugu = ushanamainatti in Sanskritised Telugu = that which is hot.
suluvu in Telugu = saralam in Sanskritised Telugu = aasaan in Hindi = that which is easy
poga in Telugu = dhuumam in Sanskritised Telugu = smoke
veru in Telugu = bhinnam in Sanskritised Telugu = alagsaa in Hindi = different/not the same
teega in Telugu = latha in both Sanskritised Telugu and Hindi = creeper
munchu in Telugu = nimajjanam in Sanskritised Telugu = dubaanaa in Hindi = to drown
imidi in Telugu = nikshiptam in Sanskritised Telugu = contained within
bondi in Telugu = sareeram/tanuvu/kaayam in Sanskritised Telugu = badan in Hindi = body
nelakolpu in Telugu = sthaapinchu in Sanskritised Telugu = sthaapnaa in Hindi = to establish
pichhi/tikka in Telugu = manovaikalyam/mati bhramaNam in Sanskritised Telugu = paagalpan in Hindi = madness/mental disability/mental illness
raatu delu in Telugu = nishnaatulai in Sanskritised Telugu = to become experts
navvu in Telugu = chiru darahaasam in Sanskritised Telugu = hasee in Hindi = smile/small laugh
pagalabadi navvu in Telugu = attahaasam in Sanskritised Telugu = loud laughter
edchu in Telugu = rodinchu in Sanskritised Telugu = ronaa in Hindi =to cry
alavaatugaa in Telugu = satatam in Sanskritised Telugu = aadat se in Hindi = habitually
ellappuduu in Telugu = niratamu/nirantaram in Sanskritised Telugu = hameshaa in Hindi = always
chelimi in Telugu = neyyam in Vikruti Telugu = nestam/sneham in Sanskritised Telugu = dosti in Hindi = friendship
noppi in Telugu = baadha in Sanskritised Telugu = dard in Hindi = pain
kotlata in Telugu = kayyam in Vikruti Telugu = kalaham/jagadam in Sanskritised Telugu = jagdaa in Hindi = fight
burra in Telugu = masthishkam in Sanskritised Telugu = dimaak in Hindi = brain
nuduru in Telugu = lalata phalakam in Sanskritised Telugu = forehead
vellu/kudullu in Telugu = vruksha mulalu in Sanskritised Telugu = plant roots/tree roots
pilupu in Telugu = aahwaanam in Sanskritised Telugu = invitation or call
upiri in Telugu = swaasa in Sanskritised Telugu = breath
ammulapodi in Telugu = tuneeram in Sanskritised Telugu = arrow-holder
atuvaipu / atu pakka = aa dikku in Sanskritised Telugu = in that direction (encircling or digbandhanam = dik+bandhanam or closing from all sides,ashta digbandhanam = closing one from all the eight sides)
rekka in Telugu = tanuja in Sanskritised Telugu = wing
pitta in Telugu = pakshi in Sanskritised Telugu = bird
dokka/kadupu in Telugu = jatharam/kukshi/udaram in Sanskritised Telugu = abdomen/stomach
chemata in Telugu = svedam / gharmaambuvu in Sanskritised Telugu = paseena in Hindi = sweat or sweat drops
avu peda in Telugu = gomayam in Sanskritised Telugu = cow dung
bokka in Telugu = randhram in Sanskritised Telugu = hole
chotu in Telugu = sthalam/sthaanam in Sanskritised Telugu = Stan in many Central Asian Indo-European languages = place.
vetuku in Telugu = anveshinchu/sodhinchu in Sanskritised Telugu = doondna/khojna in Hindi = search
purre in Telugu = kapaalam in Sanskritised Telugu = head skull
kalimi in Telugu = aiswaryavantam/susampannam in Sanskritised Telugu = wealthy situation
lemi/pedarikam in Telugu = daaridryam in Sanskritised Telugu = poverty
melukolupu in Telugu = jagrutaparachu/chaitanya parachu in Sanskritised Telugu = jagaanaa in Hindi = awaken/make them conscious
naduma in Telugu = madhya in Sanskritised Telugu = beech mein in Hindi = in between
pasa in Telugu = vishayam in Sanskritised Telugu = vishay in sarkari Hindi = substance or strength of an argument
tene in Telugu = makarandam in Sanskritised Telugu = honey
vanuku in Telugu = kampanam in Sanskritised Telugu = kaapna in Hindi = shaking
jadipinchu in Telugu = bhayapettu in Sanskritised Telugu = daraanaa in Hindi = to make them afraid
kosam/koraku in Telugu = artham in Sanskritised Telugu as used in gnaapakaartham/sahaayaartham = ke liye in Hindi = for the sake of
vetalu/ibbandulu/tippalu in Telugu = kashtaalu/samasyalu in Sanskritised Telugu = dikkatein in Hindi = problems or difficulties
mettlu in Telugu = sopaanaalu in Sanskritised Telugu = steps
nela in Telugu = maasam in Sanskritised Telugu = maas in Hindi = a month
debirinchadam/adukkutinadam//tiripem in Telugu = yaachana/dharmam in Sanskritised Telugu = begging
addukonu in Telugu = nirodhinchu in Sanskritised Telugu = rok dena in Hindi = to stop/to prevent
tuurpu in Telugu = praak in Sanskritised Telugu = East
padamara in Telugu = paschimam in Sanskritised Telugu = West
emukalu in Telugu = astikalu in Sanskritised Telugu = haddi in Hindi = bones
tolu in Telugu = charmam in Sanskritised Telugu = tvacha in Hindi = skin
talantu posukovadam in Telugu = abhyanga snaanam in Sanskritised Telugu = top to bottom bath
addu cheppuin Telugu = aakshepana in Sanskritised Telugu = to object
marachipovatam in Telugu = vismarinchatam in Sanskirised Telugu = bhool jaana in Hindi = to forget
gurtu pettukovadam in Telugu = smruti in Sanskritised Telugu = yaad rakhna in Hindi = remembering
rettimpu in Telugu = dviguneekrutam in Sanskritised Telugu = dugne in Hindi = twice as much
vela in Telugu = dhara in Sanskritised Telugu = keemath in Hindi = selling price
nunupu in Telugu = mrudutvam in Sanskritised Telugu = smoothness
chuuparulu in Telugu = veekshakulu in Sanskritised Telugu = viewers
cheruvu in Telugu = sarassu/tataakam in Sanskritised Telugu = lake
mullu in Telugu = kantakam in Sanskritised Telugu = thorn
aata in Telugu = kreeda in Sanksritised Telugu = play
paruvu in Telugu = khyaati/yashassu in Sanskritised Telugu = reputation/honor
peludu in Telugu = visphotam in Sanskritised Telugu = explosion/blast
veli in Telugu = bahishkarana in Sanskritised Telugu = banishment
velupala in Telugu = bayata in Vikruti Telugu = outside
teguva in Telugu = dhairyam in Sanskritised Telugu = to be brave
anchu in Telugu = muula in Sanskritised Telugu = edge

Of course some Telugu words might be Vikruti words of Prakruti Sanskrit words if there is similarity in phonetics between them.

yeda/gunde/Dendemu in Telugu = hrudayam/manassu in Sanskritised Telugu = man/dil in Hindi = heart
chettu in Telugu = taruvu in Sanskritised Telugu = Taru in Sanskrit = tree in English
peru in Telugu = naamadheyam in Sanskritised Telugu = naam in Hindi = name in English.
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Now an exercise for all those who are scholars in both Telugu and Sanskrit.

taruvaata,anantaram,tadanantaram,aanaka,pidapa,pimmata,tadupari,atupai,aapai all mean next or later.Now sort out by original Dravidian words,Sanksrit loan words,Vikruti words of Prakruti Sanskrit words,mixed words.
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Yesterday I looked at one online English to Sanskrit dictionary to find out the appropriate Sanskritised Telugu word for naanchu or wettening and today that when I wanted to post that link so that people can realise the Sanskritised words of their respective Indic languages,that link seems to have gone missing.It was a very comprehensive English to Sanskrit and Sanskrit to English link with all the Sanskrit synonyms ,past and present tense words etc.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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From childhood onwards,I have heard repeated assertions in Telugu texts that janani or mother is Sanskrit for all Indic religions.However many colloquial words seem to be radically different.

Also there are many Vikruti words which are hard to diagnose as vikruti ones.For example,

redu/rayudu in Telugu = raaju/raajaa/raajan in Sanskritised Telugu = rajaa/rai/roy in Hindi = Rex/regent/ryan/royal in English = king/ruler

nelaredu means lord of the month or the moon when one considers that most calendars are based on the waxing(Sukla paksham) and waning of the moon(Krishna paksham).
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palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Re: People who came up with hinduism vedas

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One member of the old forum said that surname ryan in English actually means one who reigns over.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Re: People who came up with hinduism vedas

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puvvulu in Telugu = pushpaalu in Sanskritised Telugu = phool in Hindi = flowers
pallu in Telugu = phalaalu in Sanskritised Telugu = phal in Hindi = fruits
pirikipanda/pirikivaadu in Telugu = bheeruvu in Sanskritised Telugu = kaayar in Hindi = coward
saddu/chappudu in Telugu = sabdam/nadam in Sanskritised Telugu = sound
tera/dontara in Telugu = tiraskarani in Sanskrit = yavanika/javanika in Sanskritised Telugu possibly meaning that used by the Yavanas/ Greeks/young people etc who invaded from NW = parda in Hindi = curtain
paamu in Telugu = sarpam in Sanskritised Telugu = saap in Hindi = serpent / snake
kitikee in Telugu = gavaaksham in Sanskritised Telugu = khidkee in Hindi = window
bichcham in Telugu = bhiksham in Sanskritised Telugu = bheek manganaa in Hindi = beggary
kodi in Telugu = kukkutam in Sanskritised Telugu = murgi in Hindi = cock/hen ie. He-cock/she-cock
vaana in Telugu = varsham in Sanskritised Telugu = baarish/barsaat in Hindi = rain
baata in Telugu = patham in Sanskritised Telugu = rastaa/path in Hindi = path/way
ancha in Telugu = hamsa in Sanskritised Telugu = swan
raayancha in Telugu = rajahamsa in Sanskritised Telugu = kingly swan
vanne in Telugu = varnam in Sanskritised Telugu = color

Now the much famous or infamous words of chaur Varnasrama dharmas or the four folded division of Hindu society based on class/color as well as the forbidden Varna sankara or admixture of classes through sex are also based on the above word Varna.


Now these words are Vikruti words of Telugu for Prakruti Sanskrit words.In addition to these I have observed a number of other Vikruti words.However I am so angry/I am so incensed at the clout of my linguistic state being dashed to ground by means of divide and rule that I forgot a lot of them which I have come to know while having a cursory look at the newspapers.
Last edited by Nosuperstition on Fri Jan 18, 2019 2:42 am, edited 2 times in total.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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Re: People who came up with hinduism vedas

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For words such as venna(cheese),muliki(iron nail),sutti(hammer) and pillanagrovi (flute) in Telugu there are no corresponding Sanskrit words in the above online dictionary that atleast closely match in pronounciation. However for words such as kattera(scissors),addam (mirror) and nichhena(ladder),there are words of Sanskrit that match them closely even though they are not known by those names in Telugu.So the first set of words are of Dravidian origin,the second set of colloquial ones are of Aryan origin.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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