Communication or Culture - The language of our ancestors
A small video about how despite having left India for almost a century; the Indians in East Africa and also Madagascar kept the language and are till today true to it. And despite a majority of the new generation not being able to read or write, make a point to teach their children the verbal form of the language.
There are some who think that it creates a bubble that is detrimental for the Indian community, and yet the Indian community sees the language as the umbilical cord that remains and keeps them connected to the sub continent even though there are not relatives remaining in the region.
The 'Home Language' is something that should remain, cherished and never forgotten, cause in it lies our culture and the scent of mother land.