2. Hence, used as a derogatory term for Dravidians. Identified with South Indians (& esp. Dravidian men) for the following reasons:
a. Sambar burns the non-Dravidian tongue, symbolising the destructiveness of Dalit-Dravidians in Indo-European societies, as exemplified by the Tamil Tigers, South Indian Goondas, Andhra Black Cobra Gangs & Dalit Panthers.
b. The ulcers it causes are taken to represent the diseases often attributed to Dravidians.
c. the thick, opaque, viscous & salty liquid is equated with Dravidian sperm.
For example, Sambar is used to denote Tamilians & Andhras in Telingana: "During the late fifties the Hyderabad State Congress openly pressured non-mulkis to leave the region. Demonstrations in Hyderabad city and...