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Here we can easily assume from eastern region the evidence come from the Satavahana Brahmi Telugu usage which was supported by Lingistic evidence as well as spread of civilization from satavahanas to orient egypt etc which was supported by 

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Gonds provide invaluble information about TELUGU part I

 Gonds and Koyas(speaking Konda language)provide invaluable information
in deducing the prehistory of Telugu are closely related tribes. 
Gonds have an interesting story about the origin of their tribe. 

It also matches the story Koyas have
to say about their origin. Once upon a time there were 1600 crores of
Koyas at Dhavalagiri. They were very dirty and never used to take
bath. Mahadeva got disgusted at their dirtiness and jailed them in a
cave. However Parvati was very fond of them. She did penance and got a
son called Lingo. Linga prayed Mahadeva that Koyas should be released.
Shiva would release them on the condition that Lingo performs all the
adventures that Shiva asks. Once Lingo performed all of them
successfully, Shiva had to release them.

Om omkaram

Om is the most sacred syllable often spoken during the practice of any Hindu rites. It is a holy character of the Sanskrit language, the language of God. The character is a composite of three different letters of the Sanskrit alphabet. The English equivalent of those are “a”, “u”, and “m”, and represent the Trinity. The Trinity is composed of the three supreme Gods: Brahma, the creator, Vishnu, the preserver, and Shiva, the destroyer. These three letters when pronounced properly in unison create an invigorating effect in the body. Because of its significance this sacred syllable is spoken before any chants to show God we remember him. This sign also represents the whole universe.

Lord Brahma is vikshepa-sakti

All creations arise out of vikshepa (thought disturbances). This vikshepa-sakti is Lord Brahma-the total mind-intellect equipment. Man, being essentially constituted of his mind and intellect, has already invoked this vikshepasakti and realised Brahma. Hence the worship and invocation of Brahma is practised by few.
Yet there are a few shrines dedicated to Brahma. He is worshipped and invoked particularly by scientists and kings for generating more creative ideas to serve the world of men and matter. The rulers invoke the Lord in order to surrender their ego and produce plans and schemes to serve the nation. Similarly, the research scholars invoke creative inspiration and flashes of new thoughts revealing the secrets of nature.
Lord Brahma is not popularly worshipped in India. This is so, because the idea of creation is repugnant to seeker of Truth since the creation of thoughts has veiled the infinite Reality. The attempt of all spiritual seekers is to destroy the existing thoughts and maintain the state of single pointed thought until the Reality is revealed. Hence, Siva (god of destruction) and Vishnu (god of maintenance) are worshipped more than Brahma. In fact, there are very few temples of some in Mahaboobnagar region Brahma-one in Rajasthan and another in Orissa -compared to innumerable shrines of Siva and Vishnu existing all over India