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A short history of the Telugu language
Telegu is a Dravidian language like Tamil. It is spoken by the Telegu people living in Andhra Pradesh, Telagana, Yanam and other nearby areas. There are about 75 million people who speak Telegu as a first language and around 5 million who speak it as a second language. It has been named as one of the six classical languages of India.
Between 575 AD and 1022 AD an Indian ruler began to write official proclamations in Telegu instead of Sanskrit. At this time Telegu literature was only used in poetry. During the 16th and 17th centuries Telegu literature flourished. Poetry was written by all classes of people and it is said to be the ‘golden age’ of Telegu literature. After the 17th century written works began to slow down, but then during the period of 1848 to 1919 it became popular once again. Telegu authors have been winners of the prestigious Jnanpith Literary Award.
Telegu continued to be written in old style until the 20th century when a new style was created and this now forms the Telegu written standard. Telegu has approximately 28 dialects and there are words from Persian and Arabic in the vocabulary. The dialects spoken depend on the region it comes from and the social status of the speaker.