Sanskrit has no native script of its own ..........Vinod,Telugu has inscriptions and scripts belonging to every kingdom,u can see similiar inscriptions/script from the kingdoms of shatavahanas,bhattiprolu,gupta ,ashoka,ishvakus,salankayana,a nandaghotrika,vishnukundina,va kataka,etc..... In different periods,but the script was developed slowly,the ancient telugu poets,sages refer sanskrit script and telugu script to write their literature even nannaya bhattaraka,thikkana somayaji,bammera pothanna,valmiki also used sanskrit script to write their literatures like stotras,mantras,shlokas,poems, etc... Telugu language was older than tamil and kannada,kannada and tamil brahmi script was originated from bhattiprolu script,but tamil&kannada scripts was developed fastly,ashoka introduced brahmi script to tamil and kannada from bhattiprolu,early inscriptions in tamil cave inscriptions at 250 b.c, early kannada inscriptions tagarthi 350 a.d,early telugu inscriptions is bhattiprolu 400 b.c.
Mr .Naveen Tell ME - Which script written this Great People. U said nannaya bhattaraka,thikkana somayaji,bammera pothanna,valmiki also used sanskrit script to write their literatures like stotras,mantras,shlokas,poems, etc... I think Tamil Scrit or ?
Sanskrit was spoken in an oral society, and the oral tradition was maintained through the development of early classical Sanskrit literature.Writing was not introduced to India until after Sanskrit had evolved into the Prakrits; when it was written, the choice of writing system was influenced by the regional scripts of the scribes. Therefore, Sanskrit has no native script of its own. As such, virtually all of the major writing systems of South Asia have been used for the production of Sanskrit manuscripts. Since the late 19th century, devanāgari has become the de facto standard writing system for Sanskrit publication, quite possibly because of the European practice of printing Sanskritic texts in this script. Devanāgari is written from left to right, lacks distinct letter cases, and is recognizable by a distinctive horizontal line running along the tops of the letters that links them together.
My name is 'incomplete third word is the name'(written) in Sanskrit
The earliest known inscriptions in Sanskrit date to the 1st century BCE.They are in the Brahmi script, which was originally used for Prakrit, not Sanskrit.It has been described as a "paradox" that the first evidence of written Sanskrit occurs centuries later than that of the Prakrit languages which are its linguistic descendants. When Sanskrit was written down, it was first used for texts of an administrative, literary or scientific nature. The sacred texts were preserved orally, and were set down in writing, "reluctantly" (according to one commentator), and at a comparatively late date.
Brahmi evolved into a multiplicity of scripts of the Brahmic family, many of which were used to write Sanskrit. Roughly contemporary with the Brahmi, the Kharosthi script was used in the northwest of the subcontinent. Later (around the 4th to 8th centuries CE) the Gupta script, derived from Brahmi, became prevalent. From ca. the 8th century, the Sharada script evolved out of the Gupta script.