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The population, erect dolmens to this day. urns of Tinnevelly they may may be be Dravidian . than Dravidian, or earlier . The . grammatical structure of language sepulchral is evidence of the to be relied on as a clearly distinctive mark of a population, but, from this point of view, it appears that there are more signs of the great lapse of time than of previous populations. grammar of the South of India The exclusively Dravidian, is and bears no trace of ever having been anything else. The hill, forest, and Pariah tribes use the Dravidian forms of grammar and inflection in .

81-4 in the —Desastha, 76^9 69*1 Bombay ; 2 Presidency, Kokanasth, 77*3 Sheni or Saraswat, 79 ; Nagar, 797. f Measured by Mr. F. Fawcett. X The Pattar Brahmans are Tamil Brahmans, settled in Malabar. ; INTRODUCTION. (a) 69 Tulu. xliii Shivalli. + 70 7i 72 73 74 75 76 77 * 78 ++« 79 80 ++ ... ... Average. 81 82 *++ 83 84 85 86 * 87 88 4. 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 4 70 ^ (3) 7i 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 Canarese. Karnataka Smarta. * ** * + ... Average. * INTRODUCTION. xliv 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 (c) 69 Tamil.

XXXIV INTRODUCTION. The population, erect dolmens to this day. urns of Tinnevelly they may may be be Dravidian . than Dravidian, or earlier . The . grammatical structure of language sepulchral is evidence of the to be relied on as a clearly distinctive mark of a population, but, from this point of view, it appears that there are more signs of the great lapse of time than of previous populations. grammar of the South of India The exclusively Dravidian, is and bears no trace of ever having been anything else.

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