Only in India - the weirdest photo

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#1 Dec 6th, 2004, 22:58
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Here is a very nice article.
Have a look at that. I Could have posted in India Confusion thread, but then, thought I can attract similar interesting articles on India in one thread.


Postimperial fusions

I saw some good links like that some time back (westerner teacher with two kids living in bangalore etc), I am not able to find that. Can any body repost those links here?
Thanks
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Brilliant!

Brilliant!
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Only in India - the weirdest photo

It happens Only In India
enjoy pics and share some if you have.
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"mobile" india

here are some more.
if not for anything else, you have to give it to us for ingenuity!!
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awesome pictures, thanks for sharing... where did you get them?

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Thanks. was a forwarded mail from one of my friends.
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Thumbs up Good pics

HA Ha HA.....
Nice pics Natasha!!! Hope all will enjoy these.
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Only in India - the weirdest photo



This was taken in Jammu, in the gardens of the Amar Mahal Museum.
Promenading has no specific ban, so I felt happy doing that. Roving, jaunting, and jogging seems to be OK, also tiptoeing, hopping, prancing, or cavorting generally. Just make sure that you don't STROLL !!!

Comments on this one, please...

And now, what about your own photo - OK, I'm sure you have one that's even weirder - lets see it...

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uh,we indians sometimes have a problem trying to tell everyone

Keep off the bloody grass!

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Wonder, what they'll do if they do catch someone strolling.

"your honour, this man is is arrested for disorderly conduct"

what did he do?

strolling in the park.

and?

ummm...that's it, your honour; he was strolling where he was not supposed to.
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Honeymoon couples love to visit the Botanical Gardens in Ooty.

They can enjoy themselves up to a point, but plucking is prohibited!

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Excellent stuff.

Masochists could visit Chennai's 24 Hour Puncher Stall ...but I'm afraid I don't have a pic
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Talking

I suppose pheasants would be okay then
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...there was an IT company in Bangalore carrying a signboard on its compound wall Trespassers will be recruited!
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Originally Posted by TimMakins And now, what about your own photo - OK, I'm sure you have one that's even weirder - lets see it...
Not sure if this is the weirdest photo ever, but my hubby and I spent a good hour contemplating this sign early one morning at a Mumbai train station. In the end we decided it would be easier to take a photo and let everyone else try to explain it!
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Sometimes you simply can't enjoy yourself in India...


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