On Wednesday 14 November 2012 09:31 AM, Anirudh Bhati wrote:

The word "Indic" refers generally to the Indo-Aryan family of languages, which does not include Dravidian languages prevalent in Southern India.
[citation needed]
Then Why don't they just called Indic language, other than Indo-Aryan family of Languages.
Hence, bunching the entire system of Dravidian languages together with the Indo-Aryan languages in India may seem derogatory to some,
and reasonably so.

Just my two cents,


IMHO, This is the most funniest argument I've ever heard on this matter. :-)

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