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2014-07-25T17:33:40+05:30
It is one of the scripts used to write Tamil language.
It is also called Damili sometimes.
South Indian Kingdoms become prosperous under General Fan-Che-Man.
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2014-07-25T17:33:40+05:30
Tamil-Brahmi, or Damili, is a variant of the Brahmi script used to write the Tamil language. These are the earliest documents of a Dravidian language, and the script was well established in the Chera and Pandyan states, in what is nowTamil NaduKeralaAndhra Pradesh, and northern Sri Lanka.

Stone bed with inscription are the proofs available with archaeological department.

The origins of the Brahmi in general and Tamil-Brahmi specifically are unclear.The earliest mention of a script for writing the Tamil language is found in the Jaina work Samavayanga Sutta (300 BCE) andPannavana Sutta (168 BCE) where a script called Damilli is mentioned.
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