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South Indians Wear Their Pride On Their Sleeve

South Indians just took over social media to make, literally, a fashion statement.

16/09/2020 4:55 PMupdated: 16/09/2020 4:56 PM
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  • Anjham A.
    29/11/2020 18:52

    Don’t worry PM modi wants a national uniform A national language A national religion Anyone who disagrees will be deemed a terrorist and locked up

  • Elangovan M.
    24/11/2020 14:11

    If a common man say this.. I can endorse this.. But the video showing Political party members wering T-Shirt contains don't know hindi. But they having CBSE schools and teaching Hindi for so called High class students Also Most of the political people Children's don't know to read and write tamizh language fluently Brut indian Without knowing the ground politics don't create a video based on the payment u receiving

  • Narendra R.
    20/11/2020 13:37

    Great

  • Adil Z.
    14/11/2020 07:07

    Don't remove or stop learning hindi language....just learned to remove RSS from INDIA then all is well...I m with Tamil

  • Dr-Amit Y.
    11/11/2020 13:23

    Can speak English but can't speak hindi,

  • Chandansingh P.
    04/11/2020 11:16

    Division

  • Himani R.
    04/11/2020 09:12

    Ya that's why they make you feel extremely uncomfortable when in a group by talking in their own language. Then I think everyone must show off their religion, caste because that's their culture and India is about that also. Stupidity

  • Sweta A.
    04/11/2020 06:15

    Being able to talk many languages is awesome. It helps someway or other. They r just trying to divide the society further. No problem if they dont know or want to speak hindi. But why advertise it this way? Wrong!! I speak konkani, hindi, english , malayalam and bit of tamil. And I love it!! Trying to learn and understand telgu. Doesn't make any less indian or take away my konkani mother toung. These people are wrong

  • Somnath C.
    03/11/2020 14:46

    bull sits change you creep dirty mentality tamils and telegus and some karnad nonsense polluted dns in-humans.

  • Saibal B.
    03/11/2020 09:45

    Petty politics by kanimozhi .

  • Jagdish B.
    03/11/2020 03:11

    Never knew someone would be proud of ignorance. I am a Gujarati. I love to speak in Hindi, Marathi, English and of course Gujarati. I wish I had an opportunity to learn Tamil, the oldest known language in the world. It’s shocking someone can promote ignorance as pride. It’s stupid.

  • Shweta T.
    24/10/2020 14:35

    It's sad to see how languages are used to divide a nation

  • Mark C.
    23/10/2020 11:50

    North India & South India are separate countries....Let it be

  • Uttam J.
    21/10/2020 17:26

    सरदार पटेल ने राज्यो को एकजुट करके गलत किया 😡😡😡

  • Avishek D.
    21/10/2020 16:12

    Shame on u ...i m a bengali nd dont know tamil...bt speak hindi

  • Vishal A.
    20/10/2020 17:18

    Due to India's diversity, it is vital that we have a common language. Since Hindi has been a common tongue for years. So opposing Hindi is of no use. It doesn't undermine your freedom or neglect your own culture. It is just a medium for all the Indians to communicate. I wonder if people in southern India feels that Hindi is being imposed then I am sure they should have the same issue with English as well. If Hindi can't be a common language then which language should be. It seems we Indians need a reason to fight with one another. I wonder the people in south are opposing English as passionately as they are against Hindi.

  • Partha C.
    19/10/2020 18:10

    India has 22 language Speaking Indian and all of them are Indian.

  • Taber S.
    16/10/2020 00:54

    Well come to the world of BJP it’s a lesson to those who support and aid the racist regime that has made India a violent country which it never was

  • Sayan N.
    14/10/2020 23:42

    A lot to be proud of if you love your native language but nothing to be proud of for not knowing a language

  • Anjana S.
    11/10/2020 17:42

    I think everyone should have choice of talking in the language they want to and are comfortable in... Then if it's Hindi, English, Tamil, Kannada, French or any other language...nobody has right to decide language for... But the I visited Chennai I was expected to speak in Tamil...so I think everyone does that when they in their own territory but it's very unfortunate...

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