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In fact most classical languages are simple, rational and elegant; widely accepted, traditional in style and have a practical idea of usage; the inherent quality acquired by a language makes it survive the ravages of time over a long period. A classical language never stands still; it is in a continuous flow. It is this flow that makes it grow and glow, in fact it is time tested and perfected by its users. Latin and Greek though accepted as classical languages long before are free from any political proclamations. So a political declaration is not a necessary criterion to claim the classical status, it’s the users and time that decide whether a language is classical or not.

Kannada being one of the Dravidian languages has emerged from the Moola (original) Dravida language. Both Tamil and Kannada are evolved from a common source. References to Karnataka are found in the great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata; Ptolemy, a Greek astronomer and geographer (2nd century BC) in his works makes the mention of several towns and ports such as Kalligere, Badaami and Mudugal having Kannada names. Renowned research scholar Prof. T S Venkannaiah has said that early Buddhists wrote classical Kannada literature; unfortunately those works are not available now.  In ‘Early Tamil Epigraphy’ (a 2003 Harvard publication) there is a reference that Tamil edicts and epigraphy had some Kannada influence on them in the years of 3rd century B.C. The antiquity of Kannada is unquestionable.

 

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Many prominent literary works over the years have enriched the rich legacy and saga of Kannada. Modern Kannada has eight Jnanpith (the highest literary award in India) awards to its name. Kannada, by the merit of its inherent quality has influenced and got influenced by many languages that came into contact with it; has stood the ravages of time; transformed and bettered itself  every time there was an opportunity. Kannada is spoken with its variant accents among different parts of Karnataka; it’s not just a language, it’s the culture of Karnataka. Kannada is the very essence and symbol of pride; self-respect of Karnataka. It’s indeed the classical language.

 

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