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Kannada is attested epigraphically for about one and a half millennia, and literary Old Kannada flourished in the 6th-century Ganga dynasty Kannada is a Southern Dravidian language, and according to Dravidian scholar Sanford B.
Steever, its history can be conventionally divided into three periods: Old Kannada (Halegannada) from 450–1200 CE, Middle Kannada (Nadugannada) from 1200–1700, and Modern Kannada from 1700 to the present.
Veteran writer Chandrashekhar Patil (Champa) has agreed to be with us on the occasion.” The writers include Veeranna Madiwalar, T Satish Javare Gowda, Sangamesh Menasinakai, Hanumanth Haligeri, Shridevi V Aloor and Chidanand Sali who were awarded with the BMTC Aralu Sahitya awards on November 22, 2011.
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Stating that it was “necessary” for banks to transact in Kannada during their daily official functioning for the benefit of customers, especially for those from rural areas, Siddaramaiah said there are also the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) guidelines in this regard.
He also pointed out that the chief minister, during the state-level bankers meeting, had said that the government would not tolerate any dual standards in the implementation of Kannada language.
Bengaluru: The Kannada Development Authority (KDA) has asked all nationalised, scheduled and rural banks functioning in Karnataka to ensure that all its non-Kannada speaking staff learn the language in six months.Kannada has a rich heritage of art and culture and also sowed the seed of Carnatic music.The culture and heritage is reflected in the music of the place, with classical, devotional and folk songs being the most poplar among them.Noting that there is “lack of commitment” in implementing local language on part of the banks, the letter said that with the three language policy not being followed, it is causing inconvenience to the public, especially the poor and those from rural areas.“Despite rules that all bank facilities should be available to the public in Kannada, all kinds of forms, specimens should be in Kannada; official activities are not being transacted in Kannada,” it said.