I know that the Dravidian languages are agglutinating type and have noun cases but I was interested in whether they also have postpositions. I'm assuming they do. I also wonder if some might also have a couple of prepositions.
When I try to Google this, all the references I could find for Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, or Kannada seemed to be mislabeling case endings on nouns as postpositions.
Then again I tried to learn some Georgian ten years ago and in that language some postpositions are actually written as suffixes, which blurs the line with case endings. So it's not impossible that Dravidian languages could do something similar.