Tamil is a Dravidian language.  It is spoken in the Tamil Nadu and Puducherry states of India and parts of Sri Lanka. Many people in Singapore and Malaysia also speak it. Many people speaking Tamil live in various places around the world.
Feb 15, 2019 · ‘The Indian Language’ Is Actually 22 Separate Official Languages The Indian constitution recognizes 22 official languages: Bengali, Hindi, Maithili, Nepalese, Sanskrit, Tamil, Urdu, Assamese, Dogri, Kannada, Gujarati, Bodo, Manipur (also known as Meitei), Oriya, Marathi, Santali, Telugu, Punjabi, Sindhi, Malayalam, Konkani and Kashmiri.
Tamil is an official language in Sri Lanka and Singapore and is spoken in three more countries as monther tongue by a part of the population. The Tamil language (native name: தமிழ்) has its roots in the Dravidian language family. With 82.21 million native speakers, Tamil has the highest prevalence in India.
Malayalam language, member of the South Dravidian subgroup of the Dravidian language family. Malayalam is spoken mainly in India, where it is the official language of the state of Kerala and the union territory of Lakshadweep. It is also spoken by bilingual communities in contiguous parts of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. In the early 21st century, Malayalam was spoken by more than 35 million ...
Jun 15, 2018 · Tamil The Tamil language belongs to the Dravidian family and is mainly spoken by the Tamil people in both India and Sri Lanka. It is also the official language of Singapore and Sri Lanka, and is an official language in India’s Tamil Nandu state and Union Territory of Puducherry.
Mar 28, 2021 · There are nearly 22 languages in this country that are recognized by the government officially. While more than 100 languages are spoken across the country. In India, Hindi is the most common language that is followed and then comes English. But English is still spoken as the medium of language in different cultures amongst the middle class and ...
Tamil is the oldest attested non-Sanskrit language native to India, with the earliest known records of the language dating to around 300 BCE. Just like many of the languages on this list, these early Tamil inscriptions were found in caves and on pottery. The oldest piece of Tamil literature is the Tolkāppiyam from the 1 st century BCE.