Watch: Madras Regiment Soldier Stumped By Arunachal Doctor's Fluent Tamil

The video shows a doctor from Arunachal Pradesh talking in fluent Tamil with a Madras regiment soldier.

Watch: Madras Regiment Soldier Stumped By Arunachal Doctor's Fluent Tamil

Arunachal Pradesh's chief minister, Pema Khandu, has shared a video of this conversation.

India's linguistic diversity is extensive, and it is a country with multiple advanced languages. Some languages have a few common words in them, but the languages spoken in the East or North Eastern states are totally distinct from those in South India. In light of this, the fluent Tamil conversation between an Arunachali doctor and a jawan of the Madras Regiment in a viral video makes a lot of sense.

Arunachal Pradesh's chief minister, Pema Khandu, has shared a video of this conversation. In the video, Dr. Lham Dorjee is heard talking with the Madras Regiment soldier in fluent Tamil. Dr. Lham studied medicine in Tamil Nadu for several years before learning Tamil, Khandu told his followers. When they first met at Omthang, close to the Tibet border in Tawang, they spoke briefly in Tamil.

"Dr Lham Dorjee studied medicine in Tamil Nadu. He surprised a jawan of the Madras Regiment by speaking in fluent Tamil with him. They met at Omthang, near Tibet border in Tawang. What an example of true national integration! We are proud of our linguistic diversity," Mr Khandu wrote.

Meanwhile, the video is receiving very positive reactions from netizens. Users flooded the comment section with lovely comments. While one user found the conversation amusing and said, "This is the power of India," another user said, "That's how you respect diversity."

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