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The issue of language is similarly
more complex. It is now known that Dravidian languages, with their agglutinative
patterns, share common traits and are of the same broad linguistic group as such
Asian and East European languages as Finnish, Hungarian, old Bulgarian, Turkish, Mongolian
and Japanese, the Finno-Ugric and Ural-Altaic branches of languages.
As the common point between these groups
lies in Central Asia some scholars have recently proposed that the Dravidian
peoples originally came from this region.