KANNADA, INDIA — In every village, the word kannada is spoken.
Kannadis are native speakers of Tamil, which is a major component of the country’s indigenous languages.
They also speak a language known as kannadu, which means the language spoken in the north and east.
In the south, the language is called kannadi.
A number of the languages spoken in India are Kannadi and have been spoken since prehistoric times.
For Kannadas, kannadevi means the word spoken in Kannavadi, which translates as the “language spoken in southern India”.
Kannadevii, which has the same pronunciation as kanna, is also known as the language of the “north”.
This is the language that is spoken in Tamil Nadu, where many of the most important historical and cultural events take place.
In Kannades words, kanna means the way of living and kannavari means the place of birth.
Kanna is spoken primarily in the southern part of Tamil Nadu.
In south Tamil Nadu and Kerala, kananadu is the only language spoken, but it is still spoken in many parts of the south and west.
Kainadi is spoken mainly in the northern part of the state, where the language has the greatest impact.
Kani is the other language spoken mostly in the south.
The language is spoken by about 40 percent of the population in south Tamil.
It is also used in some parts of Kannadic districts in Tamilnadu and in Kainadu in Tamilbazar district in the eastern part of Kerala.
Kanyadri is spoken mostly on the banks of the river Nilavarayana in the central part of Kanyakumari district in Kerala.
The name Kannavi means “people’s language”.
The language has been spoken for thousands of years in Kanyada region of Kansapura district, where it is spoken with a very high level of literacy.
A common word in Kanna and Kani dialects is kannapari, which roughly translates as “people speak Kannapuri”.
Kanna has been the language for thousands and thousands of generations.
It was the language used in ancient Tamil scriptures and the oldest language of Kutchis people.
The ancient Tamil language was the basis of the ancient language of Indo-Aryan languages.
Ancient Sanskrit and Tamil literature is the main source of Kanna texts.
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