Dravidian Cryptography

Paul Kekai Manansala sac51900 at saclink.csus.edu
Sun Sep 7 19:15:26 UTC 1997

> The word `muka' is a vikriti of the sanskrit word `mukha', `h' being dropped
> for easiness of pronunciation. This word cannot be claimed as an original
> dravidian word. Then we have the situation mukha -> muka -> aru+muka ->
> kumara. That is sanskrit -> dravidian -> sanskrit situation. No primacy of
> the dravidian is achieved.

'Mukha' itself is usually given a Dravidian or Austric origin.  

Paul Kekai Manansala

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