|Region||Karnataka, Tamil Nadu|
Sholaga language, is also known as Kadu Sholigar, Sholiga, Sholigar, Solaga, Soliga, Soligar, Solanayakkans, Sholanayika.
Sholaga is classified as a Dravidian language, more specifically South Dravidian. Dravidian languages are split into five main categories by the name of Southern, South Central, Central, North and Unclassified. Sholaga falls into the Southern category which is then split into the three categories: Tamil-Kannada, Macro-Tulu, and unclassified. Sholaga falls into the Tamil-Kannada category.
|elephant with huge tusks||coquedonga|
|female elephant with growing tusks||coreyani|
|Area with boulders and rarely any rain||udugaru|
|An evergreen forest||kanu-kadu|
- OLAC resources
- Si, A. (2011). ScholarSpace at University of Hawaii at Manoa: Documenting traditional biological and ecological knowledge: An Indian example