Question 1: The founders were motivated by theories that the Brahmins (who migrated from the north) and ________ were wreaking havoc on the local Dravidian populace.
Question 2: The non-Brahmin community was defined to include all South Indians other than ________.
Question 3: It continues to remove ________ and other superstitions viz.
Question 4: Periyar formed the Self Respect Movement in 1925, breaking in the process from the ________ party of which he had been a member until then.
Question 5: Dravidian ideology is based on staunch anti-Brahminism, and is anti- Sanskrit and anti- ________.
Question 6: This enraged some members of the party who broke up and formed the ________, later winning the elections in Tamil Nadu.
Question 8: Though Tamilians had been attacked off and on by the Sinhalese for a number of years, from 1983 the plight of the Tamils became miserable because the ________ seemed to convince at the atrocities committed against the Tamils.
Question 9: It singularly enthused a new Dravidian spirit that later on led to the formation of many parties in the southern states that would eventually challenge the ________ stranglehold.
Question 10: Moreover, many felt that a greater ________ was impossible and even Periyar resigned to the fact that even an independent Tamil Nadu would be a remarkable achievement.