Not a Madr*si: The Identity of South Indians

It is not uncommon to hear someone from South India being referred to as a Madrasi. However, this is considered offensive, as this one word “Madrasi” erases the multitude of quirks and idiosyncrasies that characterize the nearly 252 million people living in the southern part of India. This entertaining video, South of India by Enna Da Rascalas, serves to highlight the differences between the southern states.

Suggested use: South Indians may laugh at themselves. North Indians may learn a little bit more about their neighbors and have a laugh.

 



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