Ashwin Said That “Sanskrit” Is The Base For Many Modern Indian Languages !! GOT TROLLED !!


Ravichandran Ashwin is one of the many Indian cricketers who are very much active in social media platforms. Ashwin never shied away to express his thoughts in the micro blogging social media site, Twitter.


Recently, to a tweet of cricket analyst and commentator Harsha Bhogle’s tweet about Malay language, Ashwin replied and the reply got lot of attention from the Tamilnadu twitter users. Harsha Bhogle in his tweet wrote “I am fascinated by the Malay language and the origin of words within it. Putra and Jaya clearly have a Sanskrit base but Daftar exists too. And sometimes the words come from the phonetics. Like Ekspres and Limosin and Kastam. On the lookout for more”

For this tweet, Ashwin replied that it is because of Chols who commuted from there to South India. In his reply Ashwin said “It’s the influence of the cholas Harsha, they commuted from there all the way to the south of India, the spread of Tamil as a language in Malaysia :: thus explained.”

Here’s his reply :

After, this Ashwin added another tweet saying that Sanskrit is base for many Indian modern languages.

Though he didn’t say that Sanskrit is base for Tamil which is an ancient language, many Tamil twitter users got offended and started trolling him in the comment sections.

Despite the rumours of Ashwin getting dropped from the first test against West Indies, He is very much expected appear in the test match series against West Indies. Ashwin had constantly struggled with his injuries last year during overseas series. Overall, Ashwin missed as many as five Tests in South Africa, England and Australia last year. He did not get a chance in the playing eleven for the Johannesburg Test before missing the last Test in England with a groin injury. As the cricketer lately participated and performed well in Tamilnadu premier league, let us hope for his come back through this test series against West indies.


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