Published on Oct 20, 2017
In this video I explain the term Dravidian.
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Raj velu1 week ago (edited)
once again make you video clear, who is dravidian and Who is Tamil.
Tamil people are black brown skin ect.. but we are not Dravidian.
i cant accept what you saying. Im Tamilan.
i think you need reseach correctly
The later book of bishop Robert Caldwell, A Comparative Frammar of the Dravidian or South-Indian family of languages (1856), consolidated the work of Ellis and extended it systematically to other Dravidian languages.
this mean” Robert Caldwell, used the word to call dravidian, but the Dravidian movement just 60 year, before 60 year… never ever called dravidian, becaouse of that time political situaion.
once again Tamil is Tamil and its one of oldest language. and Tamil language Family are Telugu , malayalam, kannadam ect.
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ajith manickam18 hours ago
ambedkar say that the tamil is the original language of all india. he say all are dravidian
ajith manickam18 hours ago (edited)
tamil language is old. tamil brahmi script found in egypt no means that egyptian are tamil. tamil words in engliish language.
and we are not africans . we not have the same hair like the black african
Dan Neutron1 week ago
This video is full of lies and fallacies reeking of historical revisionism; there is no “Dravidian race”, and the term was created and made up by a white British evangelist named Robert Caldwell, who wanted to convert Indians to Christianity as per the interests of the British empire and divide and rule the India region. Also there is no reference to any mythical “Dravidian” race in any actual ancient Indian texts, and “Dravida”, the closest to one would get to the term Dravidian, written in Ancient Indian texts, simply refers to the land where the three seas meet. There was no Aryan migration into the India region, and it’s refuted by modern research and evidence, but hey Clyde is a con man and a laughable clown trying to spread idiotic ideas among his echo chamber full of ignoramuses.
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Haaniy McCoy2 weeks ago
Thx Clyde. But what about the hair texture? Where did the mix come in? We know now thx to sum of your scholarship that ppl of color were first. This vid touches on that.
So when did the Straight hair come in?
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Danny McGinnis2 weeks ago
What about the Hebrews?