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    Sorry I did this from the phone but it had to be done!

    Well, how are the indians today?


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    :woo: I've been following the posts on the last thread, but never posted myself. 'sup everyone, I'm from Shimla.
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    Good to see! How you doing?

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    Just moved into my room! Now to go on a hunt for the opposite sex...

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    (Original post by Ggmu!)
    Sorry I did this from the phone but it had to be done!

    Well, how are the indians today?


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    hey, im from southern India, a place called Kerala
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    Just moved into my room! Now to go on a hunt for the opposite sex...

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    Is this at uni? Where are you studying?

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    hey, im from southern India, a place called Kerala
    :hello: I've never been to south India, since I'm a northerner. I haven't been to a lot of places in India actually, my family keep telling me it's too dangerous for young females to travel alone. I've decided to ignore their advice however, and go as a tourist next summer. Might spend some time in south India as well.
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    (Original post by Angury)
    Is this at uni? Where are you studying?



    :hello: I've never been to south India, since I'm a northerner. I haven't been to a lot of places in India actually, my family keep telling me it's too dangerous to travel. I've decided to ignore their advice however, and go as a tourist next summer. Might spend some time in south India as well.
    its not dangerous to travel there and its a beautiful place and take your parents as well so they can change their minds
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    (Original post by chocolatesauce)
    its not dangerous to travel there and its a beautiful place and take your parents as well so they can change their minds
    Unfortunately my parents aren't very keen on travelling. They just like going to India to visit the family.. which for me translates as sitting in a house all day fending off questions about why I'm not married/engaged/healthier/more polite etc.

    Have you been back to India much? (I assume you live in the UK).
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    (Original post by Angury)
    Unfortunately my parents aren't very keen on travelling. They just like going to India to visit the family.. which for me translates as sitting in a house all day fending off questions about why I'm not married/engaged/healthier/more polite etc.

    Have you been back to India much? (I assume you live in the UK).
    we used to go every two years but now its difficult because of studies and we usually go there for family, friends and long weddings
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    Is this at uni? Where are you studying?
    Yep, I am studying business management
    By the way, South India is beautiful in every way. The people are very nice too.


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    I'm half hungover but i want to make myself a jacket potato...

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    (Original post by Angury)
    Is this at uni? Where are you studying?



    :hello: I've never been to south India, since I'm a northerner. I haven't been to a lot of places in India actually, my family keep telling me it's too dangerous for young females to travel alone. I've decided to ignore their advice however, and go as a tourist next summer. Might spend some time in south India as well.
    Where in North India are you from?Im guessing Punjab
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    Where in North India are you from?Im guessing Punjab
    My family's from Shimla, but I would consider myself to be from Chandigarh, so yeah.. Punjab.
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    Woohoo a new thread wassup ppl

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    Woohoo a new thread wassup ppl

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    Hey! Not much here, just trying to recover after a heavy night out!

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    Hey! Not much here, just trying to recover after a heavy night out!

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    Lol

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    Lol

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    Where are you from mate?

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    Where are you from mate?

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    London and erm eastern India lol. Kolkata to be precise

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    I was just wondering... I am Gujarati, but what is my race? I would like to know...
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    (Original post by Ggmu!)
    I was just wondering... I am Gujarati, but what is my race? I would like to know...
    Hindu Gujarati Indian.
 
 
 
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