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the babies, right and left-handed, marrige with trees and animals-is that true???
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Very much because I’m an Indian. Not only that you have to marry a specific tree as recommended by a priest.
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I am left handed though....
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oh ok, but do you live in India?
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I am living in India from past 3-4yrs. I have heard that

I know it's a bit unbelievable??but trust me, you will LOVE India
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now marrige with trees and animals are very very rare in india. and in ancient time too very few people get married to trees and animals .
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oh.. I could belive that?
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Yup but such cases are rare. It's got something to do with a person's horoscope, the ceremony is a mere formality done a day before the actual wedding of the bride and groom.
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What I really can say for sure... I LOVE Indian food!!
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+ Same here!! I love it :D
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Sooooo good!! And I'm on a diet and I really cannot look at those pictures without craving :p
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India's foods taste sooo good the no 1 reason I love indioa is only food
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Lol, how can BrighSide forget Paneepurees..they are my favourite. I just love itt♥️♥️
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wait what is that?
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It's a......you know a street food which you'll only find in India...if I'm not wrong
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oh ok looks kinda weird but tasty
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Its not weird actually it can be sweet or spicy depending on which one you take
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Its not Paneepuri by the way its panipuri
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oo thank you for the information?. Not that good at Indian stuffs
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In Bengali we call it Phuchka (foochku)
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Uh...yes. West Bengal...Bangladesh?
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Yes I love bread
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This broke our hearts, so we had to delete it.
After watching "the 72 most dangerous animals in Asia" where most of them live in India...no thanks. I'm a scaredy cat.
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I want to go to India now! ?
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Kajal reduces the glare of bright light, that's why sportsmen have black lines below their eyes.....
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World or umm country ??
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An indian here ....

Pls don't apply Kohl/kajal on your children. It's an ancient tradition and I would go as far to say that it's harmful for the kid's eyesight.
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you are right
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I am from India and I like my great diverse country! All Indian guys please do like and reply me from which state are you from
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my cousins are from Punjab I am from a different country
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sometimes kajal is applied on the forehead and left side of the head
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fact number 7 is not entirely true,but yes it is more common to use steel than porcelain
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• Indian babies don’t wear eyeliner but eyeliner can sometimes be used to make a dot that is believed to ward off evil.
• Mumbai ‘dabbewalas’ are the only Tiffin box delivering service.
• Marrying trees and animals only happen in the most hardcore superstitious places.
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MRP: They don't change price
Me: milk is 21 rupess the cashiers tell it as 22 rupees
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