Saturday, January 26, 2008

I love my INDIA


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10 comments:

krystyna said...

Happy Republic Day!

"India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grand mother of tradition. Our most valuable and most artistic materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only!"

- Mark Twain

Keshi said...

Lovely India!

btw u mite hv alot to learn from my current post LOL!

Keshi.

kairospix said...

you have some interesting shots!

i've voted for you at Photoblog award 2008!

would you consider mine? tks!

Anonymous said...

PM raises turban issue with Sarkozy, France says no ban
Fri, Jan 25 08:04 PM

New Delhi, Jan 25 (IANS) France explained to India that there is no ban on turbans, but only restrictions 'in certain circumstances'.

Informed sources said that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh raised the issue of ban on turbans, a Sikh religious symbol, with the visiting French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, during their bilateral talks here Friday.

'He told us that there was no ban on turbans in France. But, there were restrictions on its use in certain circumstances like for a photo for driving licenses,' said a senior official.

There has been pressure from Sikh religious groups on the UPA government to raise the turban issue, especially on the 'ban' on religious symbols in French public schools. A delegation of Sikh Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee met French ambassador to India Jerome Bonnafont earlier this week as well as senior officials in the external affairs ministry to lobby against the reported ban.

India has been raising this issue with France since 2004, but Paris had explained that the law applied equally to all religious denominations.

bindhiya said...

Hi,
Happy Independence Day from one Indian to another Indian.
Yes, I love my India too...
bindhiya

niki yokota said...

woow what a great quote of mark twain!
i loooove india tooo.
coz indian hunks are awesome :)
Happy Republic Day!!

bindhiya said...

Hi Jim,
Thanks for stopping by...
am from Kerala...now a NRI..

Nice to know you are a Goan, we admire Goan's.. They are the happy go lucky one's. :)
Have a Great Day
bindhiya

Noushy Syah said...

Wishing you and all Indian friends a Happy Republic Day!

May India will be prosperous and always be blessed.

Anonymous said...

Saby, I did not speak of any firangi-desi or saree-jeans crap. I was speaking about you. How your shoe laces have become totally untied. Since they had been tied so long, so tight by the church. The totally untied shoelace analogy has made you to send send dirty smses to your clients (I've met them and they have complained), speak dirty to your lady friends (one of whom had to change her mobile card because of you), lady customers, (I've met them too, and they have complained too), to prove some kind of shock and awe, walk naked in hotels, create troubles fro your brothers, borrow money which you never intend to return (and that includes from me), and then take the excuse of being bipolar. YOU ARE NOT BIPOLAR. So, take a little advice from a langoti dost and tie up your shoe laces, but not too tight :).

It's a painful thing to tear away from the religion which has been inculcated in you from birth, but am sure that you will succeed, without causing yourself so much misery.

I'm your childhood friend, and so gave you some friendly advice. I don't think you will earn any brownie points from anyone by twisting words. Well, maybe from a few "frineds", but those who know you better... well!!

And hey!! You are welcome to write about about anything we speak on your blog! No problems there!! You know where to start, LOL! "As Buddy Guy said, "She was 19 years old!!"

And yeah, like James Brown said, it's a Man's World, but it's nothing, nothing, NOTHING, without a woman or a girl!! I stick by that.

And please don't teach me Polish. I know more Polish than you ever will.

Pa.

And for those who are trying to buy their way into heaven, Goodluck!!

Pithaly

Lienumberone said...

http://lienumberone.blogspot.com/2008/01/for-sabys-sake.html