Shreya Ghoshal Exclusive Interviews
Famous singer Shreya Ghoshal says that reality shows do not provide new singers with the opportunity to sing in movies, but only as a platform to showcase their talents. Life in Abu Dhabi Shreya revealed this in an exclusive interview with VK.
റിയാലിറ്റി ഷോകള് പുതിയ ഗായകര്ക്ക് സിനിമയില് പാടുവാനുള്ള അവസരമല്ല ഒരുക്കുന്നതെന്നും, മറിച്ച് തങ്ങളുടെ കഴിവുകള് പ്രകടിപ്പിക്കാനുള്ള ഒരു വേദി മാത്രമാണെന്നും പ്രശസ്ത ഗായിക ശ്രേയ ഘോഷാല്. അബു ദാബിയില് ജീവന് ടി. വി ക്ക് നല്കിയ പ്രത്യേക അഭിമുഖത്തിലാണ് ശ്രേയ ഇക്കാര്യം വെളിപ്പെടുത്തിയത്.
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Malayalam is a Dravidian language spoken in the Indian state of Kerala and the union territories of Lakshadweep and Puducherry (Mahé district) by the Malayali people. It is one of 22 scheduled languages of India spoken by nearly 2.88% of Indians. Malayalam has official language status in the state of Kerala and in the union territories of Lakshadweep and Puducherry (Mahé) and is spoken by 34 million people worldwide. Malayalam is also spoken by linguistic minorities in the neighbouring states; with significant number of speakers in the Nilgiris, Kanyakumari, and Coimbatore, Tenkasi, Theni districts of Tamil Nadu and Kodagu and Dakshina Kannada districts of Karnataka. Due to Malayali expatriates in the Persian Gulf, the language is also widely spoken in the Gulf countries.
The origin of Malayalam remains a matter of dispute among scholars. The mainstream view holds that Malayalam descends from Middle Tamil and separated from it sometime after the c. 9th century AD. A second view argues for the development of the two languages out of “Proto-Dravidian” or “Proto-Tamil-Malayalam” in the prehistoric era, although this is generally rejected by historical linguists. Designated a “Classical Language in India” in 2013, it developed into the current form mainly by the influence of the poet Thunchaththu Ezhuthachan in the 16th century. The oldest documents written in Malayalam and still surviving are the Vazhappally Copper plates from 832 AD and Tharisapalli Copper plates from 849 AD.
The earliest script used to write Malayalam was the Vatteluttu script. The current Malayalam script is based on the Vatteluttu script, which was extended with Grantha script letters to adopt Indo-Aryan loanwords. The oldest literary work in Malayalam, distinct from the Tamil tradition, is dated from between the 9th and 11th centuries. The first book of history written in Malayalam is Niranam Grandhavari, which was begun before 1773 and comprises 179 palm leaves with writing on both sides. The first travelogue in any Indian language is the Malayalam Varthamanappusthakam, written by Paremmakkal Thoma Kathanar in 1785.