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In 1921, a bloody rebellion in North Kerala led to the death of over 2000 people. In 2018, almost a century later, a song from the film Oru Adaar Love titled Manikya Malaraya Poovi went viral, garnering millions of views, even from parts of India that did not understand a word of Malayalam. But what could connect these two wildly diferent events? This week, in the fifth episode of the series The Great Migration, we uncover the fascinating history of a community in Kerala, who through a chain of events found itself living in Pakistan. Tune in to uncover their story, and the uncertain fate they face today.
l then Check out the other episodes of "India's Linguistic Heritage"
The Hidden Story of Sanskrit, and the North-South Divide : https://ivm.today/3CpKQuO
Reclaiming India's Linguistic Heritage: 300 Ramayanas?: https://ivm.today/3kgataz
Partitions Unknown: Hindi, Urdu and the Umbilical Cord: https://ivm.today/3DhQCz2
The Hidden Injustice in India's Languages: https://ivm.today/3HA6YWo
Breast Tax, Brahmins and the Bizzare origins of Modern Malayalam: https://ivm.today/3nQyuam
The Improbable Impact Of Nature On 2000 Languages: https://ivm.today/3EvvmXz
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