The Story Behind South Indians Can’t Speak Hindi

As we know, Hindi is identical to Indian. Central to northern Indian countries indeed use Hindi as the language of ethnic unity and officially in the center of administration and government side by side with English as its formal language. Fellow state officials speak in Hindi while serving people from outside (office) they use English. When are each ethnic language (other than Hindi) used? Yes, when they go home or meet ethnic people on the street.

But apparently, not all Indians can speak Hindi. Southern Indians cannot speak Hindi. The southern regions of India include Indarpradesh, Kerala (Calcutta) and Tamil Nandu (Madras) where I am daydreaming. They are not unable to speak Hindi because it is difficult to master but deliberately do not want to learn. They refuse to learn Hindi for a reason (feel) better mastering English.

In daily life, they use ethnic Tamil language. So if state officials from the south meet meetings or work visits in the center (center and north), they never speak Hindi but speak English. Something that was appreciated poorly by Central and North Indians. The impact is long to make no politician from the south get votes and take power at the national level.

But the unique thing is that the head of the government office in southern India has a frightening fury for his guilty apparatus: transfer to the central or northern region! It sounds like a scary threat.

It turns out there is a big story behind the rejection of Tamils ​​learning Hindi. Tamils ​​feel their civilization is higher than Hindi. Furthermore, they think as the origin of India; ancestor of Indian culture. The reason they are simple is that the Mahabharata and Ramayana chronicle only mention areas in southern India precisely in the Tamil Nandu area.

Civilization also measured Tamil oata with the wealth of letters in the language. The number of letters in Latin has 26 letters, 53 letters of Hindi, then Tamil knows 247 letters. The conclusion of their thesis if simplified more or less, is that Hindu culture first developed from our region as well as India and Hinduism throughout the world, and always will be.

This perspective is limited to the bluff of Tamils. To this day the region remains an Indian learning destination (a kind of student city in Jogja). The smallest area of ​​Tamil Nandu (no responsibility) has around 550 universities while Indarpradesh 700 universities. Very fantastic while the number of universities in all regions of northern and central India only numbered about 450 universities.

An assistant professor at NITTTR has the courage to show the guarantee, “If you go to America and Europe to meet Indians working in labs, Microsoft, Nasa, ext, please ask him which school he graduated from and they must be Indarprades or Tamil Nandu.” Kkkkwwwkkk ….. ferocious too. Apologies appeared in awe making other apologies accompanying. “One more proof of our greater culture is that we Tamils ​​are more friendly, please go anywhere if you get lost asking everyone on the road will want to be asked and show where you should be.

But don’t ever expect that in north and central India. “Wuits … his information was frightening but to be honest, the Tamil Nandu people were even more friendly than the people of Jakarta. When the shuttle had not arrived at Chennai airport at 12 pm, the airport security guard wanted to lose credit to call campus during a busy life.

The most interesting thing is that on the 4th or 5th day I settled in Tamil Nandu seeing many people like panicking. Newspapers run out of the market, and every person keeps watching television every day every minute and night streets are deserted. There were kidnappings and rapes of female assistant professors from an institution a few kilometers from the NITTR. Crime is carried out when the victim awaits public bus transportation at 8:00 p.m.

Tamil Nandu is a busy, bustling, and relatively safe city of education beforehand. Kidnapping occurs on the road where I always pass to buy “biriyani” for dinner. People are shocked because there has never been such a case in southern India. South Indians are more familiar if such cases often occur in the central or northern region.

Then where is it interesting? Police officers were like beatings and making massive investigations and while today’s results were: the perpetrators were not from Tamil Nandu but Central Indians who made a mess in the Tamil Nandu region. Hopefully, it’s not just a scapegoat.

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