Dravida

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Dravida is the name of people of non-Aryan Indians. They founded a number of kingdoms in Ancient India. They had business relationship with several countries of the ancient world like the Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome, and Ancient Greece. The dravidians were the original people in India until the Aryans took over.

In present time, they mainly reside in southern parts of India. They live in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu. There speak mainly four languages. Dravids of Andhra Pradesh speak Telugu language. Dravids of Karnataka speak Kannada language. Dravids of Kerala speak Malayalam language. Dravids of Tamil Nadu speak Tamil language.