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Stone Age carvings in the Edakkal Caves feature pictorial writings believed to date to at least the Neolithic era around 5,000 BC, indicating the presence of a prehistoric civilisation or settlement in this region.
From as early as 3000 BC, Kerala had established itself as a major spice trade centre.
Keralam had direct contact across the Arabian Sea with all the major Mediterranean and Red Sea ports as well those of the Far East.
The spice trade between Keralam and much of the world was one of the main drivers of the world economy.
For much of history, ports in Keralam were the busiest (Muziris) among all trade and travel routes in the history of the world.
The word Keralam is first recorded (as Keralaputra) in a 3rd-century BC rock inscription (Rock Edict 2) left by the Maurya emperor Ashoka (274–237 BC).
The Cheras collapsed after repeated attacks from the neighboring Chola Empire and Rashtrakuta Empire.
In the 8th century, Adi Shankara was born in central Kerala.
He travelled extensively across the Indian subcontinent establishing institutions of Advaita Vedanta philosophy.
Today's Tamil Nadu and Kerala formed the core of Thamizhagam and shared the common language Tamil until 14th century.
However the Western ghats which runs between present day Tamil Nadu and Kerala separated the peoples contact greatly and also the invasions from Northern India played a catalyst role in the formation of Malayalam language that is spoken widely in the current day Kerala.