HEBREW,TELUGU SIMILARITIES older than 2k years

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HEBREW,TELUGU SIMILARITIES older than 2k years


Similarities between the Telugu culture and the Bene Ephraim culture regarding the festivals 
observed by both groups. For example the Telugu people observe Ugadi as their New Year. On the same day the Beke Epraim 
Community members observe their HGaggadah. Both these people follow the lunar calendar and eat the bitter herbs on that day. Both people call their father as Abba and mother as Amma in their languages. The author discovered about 200 Hebrew words in the Telugu language. The author further says that the Telugu language is as old as the Hebrew language and these two languages are even older than the Sanskrit language

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