What were the earliest literatures of the Aryans?Add Answer
It is hard to pinpoint when the Indo-Aryan tongues initially got recognizable as dialects. About the tenth century CE, Sanskrit was as yet the language of high culture and genuine writing, just as the language of custom. At the turn of the thousand years, there started to show up, at various occasions during the resulting a few centuries, the dialects presently known as the local dialects of the subcontinent—Hindi, Bengali, Kashmiri, Punjabi, Rajasthani, Marathi, Gujarati, Oriya, Sindhi (which didn't build up an obvious writing), and Assamese. Urdu didn't create until some other time.