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Dated between 200 BCE – 300 CE, a Prakrit work called Gāthā Saptaśatī written by Sathavahana King Hala, Telugu words like అత్త, వాలుంకి, పీలుఅ, పోట్టం, కిలించిఅః, అద్దాఏ, భోండీ, సరఅస్స, తుప్ప, ఫలహీ, వేంట, రుంప-రంప, మడహసరిఆ, వోడసుణఓ, సాఉలీ and తీరఏ have been used. 99 of 1909.) On a stone lying near Paravastu Rangacharya's house at Vizagapatam. Other modern Telugu novelists include Unnava Lakshminarayana (Maalapalli), Bulusu Venkateswarulu (Bharatiya Tatva Sastram), Kodavatiganti Kutumba Rao and Buchi Babu.
Certain exploration and excavation missions conducted by the Archaeological Department in and around the Keesaragutta temple brought to light, a number of brick temples, cells and other structures encompassed by brick prakara wall along with coins, beads, stucco figures, garbhapatra, pottery, and Brahmi label inscriptions datable to 4th – 5th A. On top of one of the rock-cut caves, an early Telugu label inscription reading as ‘Thulachuvanru’ can be noticed. Telugu input, display, and support were initially provided on the Microsoft Windows platform.
A legend gives the town of Lepakshi a significant place in the Ramayanam. Records gift of a perpetual lamp by Chodaraju Maha Devi (and another ? Sri Sri was instrumental in popularising free verse in spoken Telugu (vaaduka bhasha), as opposed to the pure form of written Telugu used by several poets in his time.
It was also a period of phonetic changes in the spoken language. 431 of 1915) On a nandi slab set up near the temple of Someshvara at Eluru, Narasaraopeta Taluk, Same District.
The third phase is marked by further stylization and sophistication of the literary language.
Atharvana Acharya in the 13th century wrote a grammar of Telugu, calling it the Trilinga Śabdānusāsana (or Trilinga Grammar). Other well-known writings by Chinnayasoori are Neethichandrika, Sootandhra Vyaakaranamu, Andhra Dhatumoola, and Neeti Sangrahamu.
Appa Kavi in the 17th century explicitly wrote that Telugu was derived from "Trilinga". Brown made a comment that it was a "strange notion" since the predecessors of Appa Kavi had no knowledge of such a derivation. Kandukuri Veeresalingam (1848–1919) is generally considered the father of modern Telugu literature.