„We do not need to explain how the Aryans entered and settled in the Dravidian country (tira¯vit»a na¯» t»u), and subjugated and oppressed the Dravidians. Nor do we need to explain how before the Aryans entered the Dravidian country, the Dravidian country had a civilization and arts of the highest rank.“

Periyar in Periyar & Pseudohistory Thanthai Periyar EVR http://www.thanthaiperiyar.org/special-pages/pseudohistory/ a pseudohistorical propaganda.

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