Indian States Linguistically divided
7 things to know about Tripura’s Kokborok language
Kokborok is known as the main native language of Tripura. Kok means “verbal” or “language” and borok means” people”.
It must be kept in mind that every language is equal and as important as other. It is not only Tamil’s duty but also ours to preserve this ancient language.
The Wire’s Monobina Gupta is pondering over the idea of a new Bangladesh, this time within India
Monobina Gupta, Managing Editor of The Wire, has exclusively written a piece assessing the possibility of linguistic 'Bangla nationalism' the key driver leading to the creation of Bangladesh, as a counter to what she calls 'Hindi-Hindu nationalism'.
Nationalism and spirit of one India is not against diversity and plurality – Let us support Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Nationalism when we invoke and the ethos of one India when we kindle, such a move is only meant to protect and encourage the diversity and not to destroy it.
The identity of an Indian and the role of his language
India is a nation of nations. While it may be hard to fathom, it is getting harder to be inclusive in the identity of being Indian.