Brahui has been mentioned less than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Ramani's blog' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Brahui had the highest popularity figure in September, 2016.
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[...] mostly in southern India but with isolated pockets in Southern Afghanistan and Pakistan (Brahui) and in Central and East India (Kurukh, Malto), suggests to some a wider past distribution of the [...]
[...] been hypothesized to be Caucasoids before admixing with Asians in India. Is it not possible the Brahui are the remnants of the original Dravidian speaking Neolithic West Asian farmers? While the rest [...]
[...] . M.Phil in Pakistani Languages and Literature with specialization in Pashto or Balochi or Brahui or Sindhi or Saraiki or Punjabi. All the languages spoken in Pakistan besides having concrete [...]
[...] Veda, artistic and sculptural remains, the regional survival of Dravidian languages (including Brahui, Kurukh and Malto) and the essential role of these languages, which are now being used in the [...]