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Hmm! I didn't even plan to get married lol. Maybe 2 XD?
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Whats your favourite food?
My favorite food is Pizza ( mainstream I know), but I do love wedding food, that is something called 7 Curry here mostly served in Hindus weddings. PS: Even muslims or christians do enjoy those food taking into account our country got various religions
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I know he's from Mauritius however we talked only 2-3 times, so no.
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My favorite food is Pizza ( mainstream I know), but I do love wedding food, that is something called 7 Curry here mostly served in Hindus weddings. PS: Even muslims or christians do enjoy those food taking into account our country got various religions
Who doesn't like pizza? Is 7 curry a platter with 7 curries on? lool I love wedding food too- it just tastes nicer compared to when you have it on a normal day.
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Who doesn't like pizza? Is 7 curry a platter with 7 curries on? lool I love wedding food too- it just tastes nicer compared to when you have it on a normal day.
Not exactly platter, but we use fake banana leaves for the food( They are clean, dw and are thrown once used) and we may used tortilla-like to eat them, other alternatives or rice.

Infact, talking about wedding, my cousin got married 2 weeks ago and tourists wanted to come see which we let them come and offered them to eat and they liked it very much, one even thought that JackFruit was meat XD and loved it
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Not exactly platter, but we use fake banana leaves for the food( They are clean, dw and are thrown once used) and we may used tortilla-like to eat them, other alternatives or rice.

Infact, talking about wedding, my cousin got married 2 weeks ago and tourists wanted to come see which we let them come and offered them to eat and they liked it very much, one even thought that JackFruit was meat XD and loved it
Interesting. Im sure in india we do something similar but I may be wrong Is Mauritian culture similar to Indian culture? I would love to go to wedding which isn't Indian
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Interesting. Im sure in india we do something similar but I may be wrong Is Mauritian culture similar to Indian culture? I would love to go to wedding which isn't Indian
Partly we can say.
Also Mauritian got different religions meaning different weddings type


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(Original post by Trevish)
Partly we can say.
Also Mauritian got different religions meaning different weddings type


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YUM! Is that puri (you might call it something else? Do the different religions have different wedding foods? I'm muslim Indian, but as far as I know our weddings are very similar (in terms of food and other traditions) to hindu weddings.
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YUM! Is that puri (you might call it something else? Do the different religions have different wedding foods? I'm muslim Indian, but as far as I know our weddings are very similar (in terms of food and other traditions) to hindu weddings.
It's not puri but Ora/wara made with maize. Yes, muslims got biryani in wedding, hindus got 7 curry ( and non-veg items for reception), Christians got non-veg stuff..
Here not that similar between muslims and hindus... And I'm actually Marathi so it is a sort of Mauritian Marathis wedding

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It's not puri but Ora/wara made with maize. Yes, muslims got biryani in wedding, hindus got 7 curry ( and non-veg items for reception), Christians got non-veg stuff..
Here not that similar between muslims and hindus... And I'm actually Marathi so it is a sort of Mauritian Marathis wedding

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Oh has it got potato in it? I know what an aloo/batatka wara is It looks like puri (its my fav) Yeah we have a lot of biryani loool. Is the veg and non veg items separate? Oh cool! What lanuage do you speak then?
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(Original post by Ammmaaaraah)
Oh has it got potato in it? I know what an aloo/batatka wara is It looks like puri (its my fav) Yeah we have a lot of biryani loool. Is the veg and non veg items separate? Oh cool! What lanuage do you speak then?
Nope, not potato but I know what you are talking about, sometimes they do the one without potato. Normally on Friday(got non-veg too i think) andSaturday only it's veg but on Sunday and Monday, both veg on non-veg since it's a reception party. I speak in Mauritian Creole

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Mostly flip-flops.
Do have shoes espadrilles-like though huehue


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Can more people speak English, or French?
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Can more people speak English, or French?
Yes! English is mostly used at school for teaching and it is compulsory to study French till grade 11, that is IGCSE year

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