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PostSubject: Vatteluttu   Mon Sep 27, 2010 2:15 am

Vattezhuttu (Tamil: வட்டெழுத்து vaṭṭeḻuttu) (means rounded letters) is an abugida writing system originating from the Tamil people of Southern India. The syllabic alphabet is attested from 6th century CE to +14th century CE in present day Tamil Nadu and Kerala states in India.[1] It was later supplanted by modern Tamil script and Malayalam script. The usage of Vattezhutu also dates back further in Northeastern Sri Lanka. Given proximity of the island to South India, large numbers of people, most of them attracted by the prosperous agricultural system, migrated to the island from early historic times, beginning in the 4th century BCE bringing with them the Tamil language and their Vatteluttu alphabet, long before the Asoka Brahmi script was introduced in South India by about 250 BCE.[1] There is also, substantial evidence to indicate that the inhabitants of Kuccaveli, located north of Trincomalee used the Vatteluttu script, as late as the 8th century CE, on rock inscriptions.[2]
Vatteluttu in Tharisapalli Copper Plates.

It was also an ancient writing system used for writing the Tamil language after the second century CE replacing an older Tamil-Brahmi script based on the Brahmi writing system. This rounded form of writing was also used in Kerala to write in Tamil as well as in proto-Malayalam and Malayalam language. Currently Malayalam uses the Malayalam script.
Vatteluttu inscription below Mahavira’s image at a Jain cave in Arittappatti, Madurai

Inscriptional records in the Tamil language date from 300 BCE to 1800 CE and have undergone varying changes through history.[3]

The Grantha Tamil was an alphabet in which extra letters were created specifically for Sanskrit words. It was also a modified form of Tamil script to write Sanskrit granthas, or books. In Tamil many of the letters which are found in Sanskrit are missing.
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