These scripts were devised by Kajjera Dyavanna as ways to write the Irula and Lambani languages. Irula (இருளா) is a Southern Dravidian language spoken in Tamil Nadu and Kerala in southern India. Lambani (Gor-bol) is a Western Rajasthani language spoken in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Telangana in India. It is also known as Lambadi or Banjari.
Live for yourself, live for your father and mother, who else is not eternal, everyone is left behind.
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