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and the pillar inscription of Vijaya Satakarni, Vijayapuri, Nagarjunakonda etc., belongs to First Century CE.
Further, Tummalagudem inscription of Vishnukundinas belongs to 5th Century CE. The period from 575 CE to 1022 CE corresponds to the second phase of Telugu history, after the Andhra Ikshvaku period.
During the time of Nannayya, the literary language diverged from the popular language.
It was also a period of phonetic changes in the spoken language.
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Telugu literature was initially found in inscriptions and poetry in the courts of the rulers, and later in written works such as Nannayya's Mahabharatam (1022 AD).This is evidenced by the first inscription that is entirely in Telugu, dated 575 CE, which was found in the Rayalaseema region and is attributed to the Renati Cholas, who broke with the prevailing custom of using Sanskrit and began writing royal proclamations in the local language.During the next fifty years, Telugu inscriptions appeared in Anantapuram and other neighbouring regions.to mean "the people who lived in the south/southern direction" (relative to Sanskrit and Prakrit-speaking peoples).The name Telugu, then, is a result of an "n" to "l" alternation established in Telugu.