Origin of Dharma Sastra is shrouded in mystery SOMEONE SAID?

The Telugu country is bounded towards the east by the Bay of Bengal from about
Barwa in the Ganjam District in the north to near Madras in the south. From Barwa
the frontier line goes westwards through Ganjam to the Eastern Ghats, and then south-
westwards, crosses the Sabari on the border of the Sunkam and Bijji Talukas in the
Bastar State, and thence runs along the range of the Bela Dila to the Indravati. It
follows that river to its confluence with the Godavari, and then runs through Chanda,
cutting off the southern part of that district, and farther eastwards, including the southern
border of the district of Wun. It then turns southwards to the Godavari, at its confluence
with the Manjira, and thence farther south, towards Bidar, where Telugu meets with
Kanarese. The frontier line between the two forms of speech then runs almost due south
The pandits’ derivations from Sanskrit Trilihija (” land of the Three Liiigas “) or Telugu tine (honey)
also deserve mention. Ancient Sanskrit Grammarians considered factors like pronunciation and euphonic combination and the discrimination of parts of speech in their compositions.
 Prakrit Grammarians were influenced by Sanskrit Grammarians. Prakrit languages are associated with different patron dynasties, religions and literary traditions.
 Origin of Dharma Sastra is shrouded in mystery. Dharmashastra serve as rudimentary texts on law. It represents an elaborate scholastic system of a proficient tradition.
Origin of Bengali Language lies in the family of Indo European languages. Bengali is considered as a modern Aryan language.

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