Is "Sanskrit" Dravidian?

N.Ganesan naga_ganesan at HOTMAIL.COM
Fri Jun 11 14:24:42 UTC 1999

>>Austric is too small geographically and historically in India;
>>It never developed a civilization comparable to Dravidian.

Paul Manansala wrote:
>Not really.  It is only the Austric contribution as recognized by
>(most) modern scholars that appears to be small.  The actual fact of
>the matter is that the evidence suggests the contribution in all
>regards is quite great.

Earlier I wrote about the contrasts about Dravidian and Austric
cultures in India. Munda prsence is felt only in the Eastern India.
If Austric contribution is vast, why it was never committed
to writing, and also always with tribals?

N. Ganesan

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