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Southern Indians speaking, reading, writing Hindi

Post by silvermani on Thu Jun 22, 2017 1:04 pm

Why do they suck up to the Hindians who will never bother to learn any Southern languages? Do they do it for monetary and other benefits? If there is a cultural exchange program where Hindians come down South to learn Southern languages and teach their language to locals that is fine but why do Southern Indians take the trouble of translating or even writing original books in Hindi? Is there even an audience for such books? I look forward to the day when Hindians do Phd in Southern languages and write/translate books, etc.
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Re: Southern Indians speaking, reading, writing Hindi

Post by Ponniyin Selvan on Thu Jun 22, 2017 9:10 pm

silvermani wrote:Why do they suck up to the Hindians who will never bother to learn any Southern languages? Do they do it for monetary and other benefits? If there is a cultural exchange program where Hindians come down South to learn Southern languages and teach their language to locals that is fine but why do Southern Indians take the trouble of translating or even writing original books in Hindi? Is there even an audience for such books? I look forward to the day when Hindians do Phd in Southern languages and write/translate books, etc.

Mostly due to the brainwashing they have undergone from childhood in the name of nationalism, patriotism, India etc.. 

India is an artificially created entity by Brits who made it into a single political unit for convenience. Till 1937, Burma was also part of this political unit, luckily they got separated in 1937. Otherwise Burma would have been a state of India now and they would also be sucking upto Hindians. 

But this arrangement won't survive for long. Only Tamils have been opposing this from start, but now other linguistic groups have joined the fight. So unlike we have a flexible European Union type arrangement, this monolithic Hindi colonial entity won't survive for long.

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