The Savara script is used for writing the Savara language, a Dravidian language spoken by approximately 20,200 people on the border of Orissa and Andhra Pradesh, India. This language is distinct from the Sora language (which is also sometimes called Savara), which is a Munda language spoken in Orissa. Little is known about the language except that it is related to the Telugu, Waddar, Manna-Dora and Chenchu languages. The Savara language is also written in the Oriya and Telugu scripts.
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