Bharatheeyatha (Indianness) is not a self-developed culture in India.Instead,it has been enriched by foreigners since time immemorial ,opined writer and journalist Tony Joseph. He was delivering a speech on the topic, ‘Who are Indians?’,jointly organized by Pama Thiruvananthapuram and the Department of Malayalam, Calicut University.
Indianness is a merger of different cultures and it is developed with the help of foreigners-he said.
Dravidian language is the primitive form of language used by Harappan city dwellers who came to India via Iran.
Vice Chancellor Dr.K.Muhammad Basheer inaugurated the program.Head of the Department Dr.L.Thomaskutty presided over the function.