Language Twists and Multilingual Parley

Mehreen Ahmed


Over the Hindu Kush Mountains, a bountiful, lush valley, existed once, famously known as The Indus Valley. Central to the Dravidian civilisation, this Indus Valley flourished by the River Indus, within the enchanting citadels of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, in 5,500 BCE approximately. The Dravidians were, a dark coloured race, and spoke a Dravidian language, most likely Tamil.