124 definitions by Moollah_Do_Pyaza

The widespread traditional belief that the South Indian female is an 'Angry Black Woman', ie. that she is a physically dominant & verbally abusive virago who is prepetually emasculating & denigrating men. Essentially, the Oriental & Indian counterpart of the Sapphire Stereotype, with both images mutually reinforcing each other.

Historically, the perception that females hailing from the regions of the erstwhile Madras Presidency are shrews is based on the traditional practice of matriarchy in Malabar. It dates back at least to the Ramayana, wherein the Dravidian Woman is depicted as a 'Rakshasi' or giant black demoness & explicitly described as an 'eater of men'. This is most evident in the character of Tāṭakā, a "repulsive man-eater (puruṣādī) with a hideous face" in whom "the ugly, fearsome, & uncontrollably sexualized feminine appears at its most horrific." ('Gendered Narratives: Gender, Space & Narrative Structures in Vālmīki's Bālakāṇḍa' Sally J Sutherland Goldman. In: 'The Rāmāyana Revisited' ed. Mandakranta Bose. 47–85. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004, p 60) Likewise, Shurpanakha, Aayomukhi & Mandodari are depicted in a similar light.

In more recent times, the image of Madrasans as the combative Negresses of India has been cemented by the 'Tamil Tigress', who is epitomised by Thenmozhi Rajaratnam, the suicide bomber who assassinated Rajiv Gandhi.
1) While considered esp. applicable to Non-Brahmin women due to their Dravidoid features, the Angry Madrasan Stereotype is even extended to South Indian Brahmin females, such as the Tamil Brahmin politician Jayalalithaa Jayaram: 'Jayalalithaa sends strong letter to Prime Minister'- Another Angry Madrasan Sending Letter to Punjabi Delhi Guy' Joydas, 26 Sep 2011 storify.com/blogadda/perky-tweets-sep-26-11

2) The Angry Madrasan stereotype is also evident in the Tamil epic Silappatikaram, with its depiction of Kannagi & her all-consuming anger which destroys the entire city of Madhurai.

3) "One of the most brilliant modern examples of the Matriarchate was found in Malabar at the time of its discovery by the Portuguese in the XV century. The Nairs were found to possess a fine civilization, entirely under the control of women, at a period when woman's position in England & on the Continent of Europe, was that of a household & political slave. Of Malabar it has been said, that when the Portuguese became acquainted with the country & the people, they were not so much surprised by the opulence of their cities, the splendor of all their habits of living, the great perfection of their navy, the high state of the arts, as they were to find all this under the entire control & government of women." 'Woman, Church & State' Matilda Joslyn Gage. 2ed. NY: The Truth Seeker Co, 1893, p 22.
by Moollah_Do_Pyaza September 10, 2012
Term for Intercaste Marriages among Indo-Iranian Orthodox Muslims & Heterodox Muslims (incl. Sufics & Sikhs) where one of the partners is a Pakistani, Indian Muslim, Punjabi, or Iranian.

The primary & most common pattern of Interzat relations traditionally involves our Pakistani, Indo-Muslim, Punjabi & Iranian women marrying Makrani Negroid, Afro-Dravidian & West Indies Negro men. For our women prefer 'Makrani', 'Telingani' & 'Karibi' men on account of the superior size of their genitalia. Thus, scientific measurements reveal that the 6-9 inch Negroid Makrani Penis, Dravidian Penis & West Indies Negro Penis volumetrically average 2-3 times the size of the mean 4.5 inch Caucasoid Indo-Iranian Penis. Moreover, the thickness & decreased sensitivity of 'binghi skin' implies the act of love takes much longer, adding greatly to female gratification.

This in turn forces the secondary pattern of Inter-Zat Marriage. Unable to compete with the penis size or strength of Negro-Dravidian men, us 'Paki' men are forced to turn to Hindu & Central Indian women. As the Nordic-Iranian 4.5 inch Pakistani Penis, Indian Muslim Penis, Punjabi Penis & Iranian Penis are slightly larger than the Alpine 4 inch North Indian Penis, Hindu Penis or Central Indian Penis, we have a slight edge. However, our main advantage here is not penis size but circumcision, for the reduced sensivity of the glans lengthens the sex act.
1) Jyothika Sadanah, one of our Punjabi Muslim actresses who did her schooling in Chembur Muslim School in Mumbai, had an inter-zat marriage with Tamil-Dravidian muscle-man Surya Shivakumar on 11 Sept 2006. Given the laxity of caste rules among Indo-Iranian Muslims, such unions have been historically common.

2) "By contrast, among the city-origin Mughals, inter-zat marriages were considered less remarkable: two 'arranged love' marriages across caste boundaries were quite acceptable. Similar inter-zat marriages had taken place in the parental and grandparental generations in this family. All groups strongly disapproved of marriages across the landowning-artisan divide, not only because of concerns about zat status, but also because they tend to occur in defiance of parental plans and arrangements." - 'Kinship, Cultural Preference & Immigration: Consanguineous Marriage among British Pakistanis' Alison Shaw. The J. of the Royal Anthro. Institute 7.2 (Jun. 2001) pp. 315-334.

3) "Werbner described the important role of 'Islamisation‘ in approaches to zat, noting that greater piety and a closer observation of Islamic texts helps some to break away from the zat-based definition of status and can facilitate inter-zat marriages." ( Blell, Mwenza, Thandiwe (2009). 'The Timing & Experience of Menopause among British Pakistani Women in Bradford & Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK', p 31. Doctoral thesis, Durham Univ. Available at Durham E-Theses Online: etheses.dur.ac.uk/291/ )
by Moollah_Do_Pyaza August 03, 2012
1. In South Asia, an 'AFSM' Union of a Fair Upper Caste Caucasoid Aryan Female & a Black Low Caste Negroid-Australoid Shudra Male. Essentially the Oriental counterpart of an Occidental 'Interracial Marriage'. In contrast to 'Reverse Intercaste' marriage, which connotes union of a Shudrani & an Aryan.

2. In Dixie, union of a High Caste Anglo female & a Negro man.

Strictly speaking, the term should refer to a union between members of any two castes. However, statistics conclusively prove that our Aryan females (Hindu & Muslim) strongly prefer Afro-Dalit Men over all other races. Thus, scientists observe "... the predominant trend points to upper caste women marrying dalit men, with inter-caste marriages the other way around being few & far between." 'Gender & Caste' Rekha Pappu. The Book Review {Persp Pub} 28 (2004): 36. A close parallel is found in Dixie: "The predominant pattern of intercaste marriage involved a low caste husband-a high caste wife in India, & a Negro husband-a white wife in the United States." ('Touchable-Untouchable Intercaste Marriage' Man Singh Das. In: 'The Family in Asia' Ed M S Das & Panos D Bardis. London, 1978: 88-98, p 88; & refs below)

This well-documented sexual bias is on account of the superior size of the Dalit Penis as compared to the Indo-Aryan Penis & the consequently greater gratification our Aryan females receive from Intercaste Sex. Likewise, the Negro Penis is cause of the pattern in Dixie.
1) "We see very often Dalit men marrying upper caste women. However, instances of upper caste men marrying Dalit women are rare." 'Dalit Women's Writing in Telugu' CS Rani. Eco Pol Weekly 33.17 (Apr 1998) WS21-WS24 jstor.org/stable/4406697

2) "For instance, even as we attest to Ambedkar's theory of inter-caste marriages as a means of breaking the hold of
the caste system, we have not engaged with the contemporary & complex debates about inter-caste marriages where the predominant trend points to upper caste women marrying dalit men, with inter-caste marriages the other way around being few & far between." 'Gender & Caste: Issues in Contemporary Indian Feminism ed Anupama Rao' Rekha Pappu. The Book Review {Persp Pubns} 28 (2004): 36

3) "Cases of dalit men developing intimacy & in some cases even marrying forward caste women are no longer very uncommon in these districts. And anyone familiar with caste-determined social culture knows how intolerable such intimacy is to the forward castes" 'Post-Chundur & Other Chundurs' K Balagopal. Eco Pol Wly 26.42 (1991):
2399-2401+2403-5: 2401 jstor.org/stable/4398179

4) "A typical pattern is identified in both cultures for a high achieving man of low status origins (black, or low caste) to marry a woman of high status (white, or high caste) but with moderate educational or occupational achievements." 'A cross-cultural study of intercaste marriage in India & the United States' M S Das. Int J Soc of the Family 1 (May 1971) 25-33
by Moollah_Do_Pyaza December 09, 2011
Any very muscular, big & black Dalit wrestler endowed with a huge Shudra Penis.

The term is based on the historical Maddow Colver, traditional ancestor of several Indian & Indian Ocean Shudra clans. Folk legends of his exploits have been popularised by Amitav Ghosh's historical novel 'Sea of Poppies' (N Delhi: Penguin Books, 2008). The name is an Anglicisation of Madhu Kalua (ibid: 53, 284-5) or 'Honey Blackie'- alluding to the great attractions he has for women.
Most important of these is the legendary Dalit Penis, which in case of pure-blooded Negroid-Australoids dwarfs both the Indo-Aryan Penis & the Anglo Penis. In fact, it is recorded to have scared off Indo-Aryan whores: "It was said that on taking Kalua to Benares, the three young landlords, being seized by the licentious atmosphere of the city, had decided that it would be excellent sport to couple Kalua with a woman. They had invited some friends & taken bets: could a woman be found who would bed this giant of a man, this two-legged beast? A well-known baiji, Hirabai, was hired & brought to the kotha where the landlords were staying. There, with a select audience watching from the shelter of a marbled screen, Kalua had been led into her presence wearing nothing but a langot of white cotton around his waist. What had Hirabai expected? No one knew but when she saw Kalua, she was rumoured to have screamed: This animal should be mated with a horse, not a woman ..." (ibid: 55)
1) Thomas Babbington: Darling, why are you wearing that Goa Bikini?
Susan Babbington: Because you have the Irish Curse! So I'm going to Goa for a holiday to find a Maddow Colver with a Big Black Dravidian Dick!

2) Mehnaz Khan: Give me a Maddow Colver any day over these Punjabi Pindicks!

3) Over-awed Englishmen were often intimidated by Maddow Colvers: "Turning his head a little, the pilot {Mr Doughty} caught a glimpse of Kalua & the sight prompted him to struggle to his feet. 'Now there's a burra-size budzat if ever I saw one.' 'Yes, sir. Thumping big fellow.'" (ibid: 283)

4) "'Oh he'll hang for sure ... ,' said the Captain, '... if they were at home, this man'd be cut up & fed to the dogs for what he's done.' ... 'This man' - the Captain looked down at a sheet of paper, to remind himself of the name - 'this Maddow Colver; he's a pariah who's run off with a woman of high caste - a relative of the subedar, as it happens. That's why this Colver signed up - so he could carry the woman off to a place where she'd never be found ... Why, what do you think would happen in Maryland if a white woman were to be violated by a Negro? What would you, or I, or any of us, do with a darkie who'd had his way with our wives or sisters? Why should we expect the subedar & his men to feel any less strongly than we would ourselves? And what right do we have to deny them the vengeance that we would certainly claim as our due?'" (ibid: 481-482)
by Moollah_Do_Pyaza September 10, 2012
Rhyming term for the sex organ of a Sinhalese or Dravidian female. Noted for its extremely large cavernous size, which is a by-product of steatopygia & the need to accomodate the enormous 'Lanka Black Cobra' or Dravidian Penis. So named as the vast Lankan Empire of the deified Dravida king Ravana the Great included both Sri Lanka & South India.

Genetic studies have proven the common Dravidoid origin of South Indians & Sinhalese, with Negroid-Australoid features esp. noticeable among the demographically dominant Shudra Govi caste. As G K Kshatriya concludes after a systematic study, "The Bengalis, the Tamils, & the Veddahs are considered parental populations for the Sinhalese. The Bengali contribution is 25.41%, the Tamil (India) contribution is 69.86%, and the Veddah contribution is only 4.73%. Thus the Sinhalese have a predominantly Tamil (India) contribution followed by the Bengalis & the Veddahs." 'Genetic affinities of Sri Lankan populations' G K Kshatriya. Hum Biol 67.6 (Dec 1995) 843-66.

Hence, historical stereotypes regarding the blackness & vaginal magnitude of Dravidian Women are naturally projected onto Ceylonese dames as well, with both being considered 'Rakshasis' & the 'Negresses of India'. Prakrit-Sanskrit sexological works thus term the Lankan lady & the Dravidi alike as 'Hastini' or 'Elephant-Woman', on account of their bulky dark physiques & enormous elephantine vaginas.
eg) That the Lanka Vagina is large & accustomed to Dravida-sized penises is a topic of Khushwant Singh's novel 'The Company of Women'. Thus, a Sri Lankan lady expresses no shock when she sees the protagonist Mohan Kumar's penis, even though it had been described as exceeding the average African-American Penis:

"Mohan Kumar ... goes to Haridwar .. There he meets a few foreigners including {p.38} Susanthika Goonatillake from the High Commission of Sri Lanka. She is a Buddhist ... Then she invites him to her room in BHEL Guest House. After exchanging amicabilities, Susanthika sits on his lap & kisses him. Naturally Mohan Kumar is aroused. 'She felt my member rise & throb under her. She stood up & tapped it with her bony hand. 'He's getting impatient for action. Come.' She took my hand and led me to her bed. She lay down on her back & pulled her sari up above the waist. She wore no panties. She had planned it all. I was surprised to see how BIG her cunt was. She had obviously had plenty of sex. As I mounted her, she expressed NO SURPRISE about the size of my penis as most other women had: she simply guided it in with her fingers & said, 'It feels like Ashoka's pillar entering me. I like it. Put in all you have.'" - ( 'The Company of Women: A Tragedy of Lust' Basavaraj Naikar. 28-50 in: 'Indian writing in English' Rama Kundu (Anglistin.) N Delhi: Atlantic Publishers & Dist, 2008: 37-8; 'The Company of Women' Khushwant Singh. N Delhi: Penguin Books, 1999, p 207.
by Moollah_Do_Pyaza September 10, 2012
Malay term generally used across Malaysia, Indonesia & Singapore for:
1. a 'baby'.
2. a North Indian or 'Bhaiyya', whether Punjabi, Hindustani, Rajasthani or Bengali. Synonymous with 'Orang Benggali' ('Bengali person' or 'Indo-Aryan person'). Malay carefully distinguishes the Indo-Aryan from the Dravidian, terming the latter 'Ah Neh' or 'Keling'.

Derived from 'Bhai' (North Indo-Aryan word meaning 'brother'), the Malay derivative is naturally applicable to a speaker of any language which contains this word, incl. Punjabi, Hindustani, Rajasthani & Bengali. Thus, it is clear that this term is not derogatory or insulting, as some ideologues claim, for it is derived from an Indo-Aryan word itself.

Meanwhile, Punjabi Jokes & Sardarji Jokes which are popular in N. India have been transferred to the Greater Malay Archipelago, where 'Bayi Jokes' (centring on the adventures of Bayi Singh, Bayi Khan or Bayi Kapoor) are the Malay counterparts of Santa Banta Jokes & Punjabiji Jokes.
1) Ah Mat (pinching Punjabiji): Bayi what colour?
Banta Singh: My turban is blue! Aiyo! Now let me go!

2) Q: Why did Bayi go to a movie with his 18 friends?
A: Because below 18 not allowed lah !

3) Q: Why Bayi always compares photocopy with original document?
A: He look for spelling mistakes lah!

3) Ah Chong: Those Bayis so jealous of those blackie Kelings lah!
Ah Beng: Yah, they really hate them! Call them niggers lah!

4) "As the three characters accuse one another of backstabbing & betraying their clique, they hurl aspersions
founded on racial stereotypes, using such derogatory terms as 'bayi singh' and 'cheena babi'." 'Malaysia and Singapore: experiences in Industrialization & Urban Development' eds. Boon Hiok Lee, K. S. Susan Oorjitham. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya, 1993, p 361.
by Moollah_Do_Pyaza September 10, 2012
Lit. 'Turkic Female', this is a formal Tamil & Malayalam term for a Muslim Lady.
Typically denotes an Indian Muslim Woman or a Pakistani Woman, but is often expanded in
scope to connote an Iranian Woman, Arabian Woman, Malay Woman or Turkic Woman. To be
distinguished from 'Thulukkan', which denotes a Muslim male.

The Tamil Lexicon has the entry: "துலுக்கச்சி tulukkacci, n. Fem. of துலுக் கன். Muhammadan
woman; துருக்கப்பெண். Colloq." 'Tamil Lexicon' Madras: University of Madras, 1924-1936: p 1988.

Thus, a Muslim female married to a Tamilian is termed a 'Thulukkachi Pondatti', & when
deified is denoted a 'Thulukkaci Nachiyar'.

Geographical features also bear this appellation. As an example, near Kutralam lies the
Tulukkacci Metu or "Turkish Woman's Ridge".

Hence, it is clear this hoary historical term is NOT derogatory, as is being claimed by
certain ideologues who wish to erase this traditional Dravidian word, in order to detach
Tamil Muslims from their proud heritage.
1) Velu: My ultimate dream in life is to kiss a fair Nizami Thulukkachi!

2) Ravana-Lingam: That hot Thulukkachi Ghazala in that red shalwar kameez has a very
big soothu (arse)!

3) Mumthaz Khatoon: I am a Thulukkachi from Malappuram.

4) Arif: Every Dravidian man wants to have one of our fair Thulukkachi
sisters as his Pondatti (wife)!

5) "tulukkacci 'muslim woman' tulukkan 'muslim man'" - 'The Kollimalai Tamil
dialect' K. Karunakaran. Chidambaram: Dept of Linguistics,
Annamalai University, 1971, p 218.
by Moollah_Do_Pyaza August 31, 2012

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