Stage Tamil Development and Dravidian Movement
- Public Speaking,
- Dravidian Movement,
- Medai Tamizh,
- Social Justice,
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An art of public speaking is an essential part of modern human needs. Various movements have made their greatest contribution to the development of Public speaking. At the fore font of such movements of the Dravidian Movement which introduced many new methods to public speaking. This article high lights the contribution of the Dravidian Movement to the development of Public Speaking.
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