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During the time of Nannayya, the literary language diverged from the popular language.

This is evidenced by the first inscription that is entirely in Telugu, dated 575 AD, 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 neighboring regions.

When Sri Rama reached the spot, he saw the bird and said compassionately, “Le Pakshi” — ‘rise, bird’ in Telugu.