Kolami is a Dravidian language spoken by the Kolam or Kolavar (a scheduled tribe) in India. This language is spoken in the north-western and south-eastern regions of India. The north-western part comprises certain regions of Maharashtra
, Andhra Pradesh
and Madhya Pradesh
. The south-eastern part includes Adilabad District
in Andhra Pradesh and Chandrapur district
and Nanded district
in Maharashtra. Dialects include Madka-Kinwat, Pulgaon, Wani and Margeon. Kolamboli, Kulme, Kolam, Kolmi and Kolamy are the other names.