Kannada

  • (noun): A Dravidian language spoken in southern India.
    Synonyms: Kanarese

Some articles on kannada:

Medieval Kannada Literature - Secular Literature
... Kannada literary works treating algebra, arithmetic and geometry have been written by Rajaditya, Bhaskaracharya of Bijapur, Thimmarasa and others ... on the theories in his ganitasarasangraha (a Sanskrit work) were later translated to Kannada ... This is considered the earliest available Kannada writing in prosody ...
Seuna Yadavas Of Devagiri - Origin - Immigrants From Karnataka
... believe that the Seuna rulers were originally Kannada speaking people ... Linguist Colin Masica believes that they originally used Kannada (along with Sanskrit) in their inscriptions, but, by the time of the Muslim conquest, they had begun to patronize Marathi, and Marathi phrases or lines ... Shrinivas Ritti speculates that the Seunas were originally from a Kannada-speaking region and migrated northwards owing to the political situation in ...
Bhattakalanka Deva - Karnataka Sabdanusasana
... believed that Bhattakalanka Deva may have undertaken the work of writing exhaustively on old-Kannada grammar as there may have existed some contempt from ... His writing is the third authoritative grammar on old-Kannada, the first of which was authored by Nagavarma II in the mid-12th century and the second by Keshiraja in the mid-13th ... though some sutras have been borrowed from earlier Kannada grammatical works one or two sutras from the Karnataka Bhashabhushana by Nagavarma II and about fifteen from ...
Sudhakar Chaturvedi - Bibliography
... Chaturvedi has written over 40 books in the Kannada language and, as of 2008, is working on the publication of Vedic texts in 20 volumes ... Samaj to publish a 30000-page treatise in Kannada on Veda Bhashya, and by 2009, three of the four Vedas and six volumes of the Rg Veda were released ... He was the moving spirit behind the Bangalore arya Samaj, which published the Kannada monthly magazine Veda Taranga ...
Bhattakalanka Deva
... Deva (also Bhattakalanka) was the third and the last of the notable Kannada grammarians from the medieval period. 1604 CE, he authored a comprehensive text on old-Kannada grammar called Karnataka Sabdanusasana in 592 Sanskrit sutras (a literary form written for concision) with glossary (vritti ... The work contains useful references to prior poets and writers of Kannada literature and is considered a valuable asset to the student of old-Kannada language ...