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The language has a great antiquity of not less than 2000 years, a rich legacy of literature that is at least 1500 years old.  There are references in history that Kannada speakers had settled and dominated in the areas between the river basins of Godavari in the north and Kaveri in the south. The language is very much advanced and is phonetic in nature.

 

Badaga:

 

 

Badaga was considered as a sub language of Kannada earlier, but linguists claim that it should be studied as a separate branch emerging out of the south Dravidian language group. The speakers amount up to 250000 in number, primarily residing in scattered villages among the hilly regions of Nilgiris or the Blue mountains where the eastern and western ghats converge in the southern peninsula of India. The region is also known as Badaganadu (the land of Badagas). The language has a lot of resemblance with Kannada and Kannada script was used in the earlier times, now the literates primarily use Tamil or English scripts.

 

Folklores relate that Badagas had migrated from Badagahalli, a village near Mysore and settled among the hilly regions of Nilgiris about 1000 years ago. Due to the lack of contact with their erstwhile habitat, they developed a unique language form. The Badagas are primarily hunters and forest gatherers, they also practice shifting agriculture.

 

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