Dravida

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Dravida

(drɑːˈvɪdə)
n
any of the Dravidian languages
See Dravidian1 another name for a Dravidian2
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The Tamilians are Dravidian people from the Indian subcontinent living in southern parts of India and northeastern Sri Lanka.
Asean is home to peoples of various racial origins, including the Han Chinese, the Indo-Aryan and Dravidian peoples of South Asia and the Malay-Austronesian race.
However, the Aryans, or rather, the Indo-Aryans, the warrior race that swept into India to subjugate the native Dravidian peoples of the Indian subcontinent thousands of years ago, likely had little connection, if any, to the peoples of northern Europe.