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10 Key Travel Tips to empower India First-Timers

India is an exotic destination! It is far beyond historical monuments, beaches and other tourist spots you are going to find out from a tour company or Tripadvisor. This country is a great teacher if you learn to accept and listen to its lessons. Whi...
by theplanetd on May 1, 2016

Wonderful Lifestyle Of India

If anything which draws visitors to Indian is its prosperous Indian culture and India traditions. If you want know everything about Native Indian Lifestyle then one should know about exhibitions, celebrations, arts, designs, terminology, literary per...
by India Travel Blog on Sep 4, 2013

culture of India

The culture of india has been formed by the long history of india, all the whereas fascinating customs, traditions and ideas from each immigrants and invaders, nevertheless resiliently protective the traditional religious writing culture of India the...
by India Travel Blog on Jun 22, 2013

Animal tattoos are very popular nowadays because they describe the characteristics that most people prefer. Although tattoos are usually a favorite animal of the wild cats – lions, tigers – elephants continue to claim the attention of tattoo enth...
by Tattoo new Fuup sub on Jun 28, 2011

Elephant Tattoo

Animal tattoos are very popular nowadays because they describe the characteristics that most people prefer. Although tattoos are usually a favorite animal of the wild cats – lions, tigers – elephants continue to claim the attention of tat...
by choice tattoo on Mar 28, 2011

Sarforishi...

Sarforishi ki tamanna.. in Devnagri... सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है देखना है ज़ोर कितना बाज़ू-ए-क़ातिल में है...
by Weakest Link on Oct 29, 2010

A Woman Like That

Last year, I met an extremely interesting woman; she was fierce, passionate and charming. She had one ‘problem’, she was a part of the bigger sect we post-caste Indians have conveniently labelled ‘Dalit’. And to advance her (un)p...
by SexGenderBody on Oct 18, 2010

Surges Of Nationalism And Just Where To Stuff Them

The last few days out here have been rather strange. Strange enough that I actually paid attention to what was happening around me instead of just going on under the oblivious haze I call my eyesight. It so seems everyone is very concerned about R...
by Oi With The Poodles Already on Sep 30, 2010

Writing From The Mud Edition Of Stereotyping

As a ‘natives’ of what is still considered today ‘The Third World’ sometimes we get asked the silliest questions, as my students and I were discussing today. It never fails to amaze me how deep and insanely hilarious — w...
by Oi With The Poodles Already on Sep 26, 2010

Is The Great Detachment The New Saviour?

As a Lady who is more often than not publicly and loudly UnSubtle (why yes she speaks!) (when she is allowed to that is),  I get my fair share of thoroughly silly people who will sprout the most ridiculous reasons for the most inane things. Last wee...
by Oi With The Poodles Already on Sep 20, 2010

Discussing Dusty Skins And Privilege (Part One)

Generally on any given day, I don’t go by generalisations or assumptions, given that my LadyBrain is allergic to ‘boxing’. But after careful observations and using devices that sound so scientific that you’ll be left impressed...
by Oi With The Poodles Already on Sep 18, 2010

Re-Making While Break-ing Bodies And Meanings

The past few days have been emotionally as well as physically taxing, as I prepared for a seminar, re-wrote, re-edited and then wrote again my paper. Then deleted it and started all over again. A few years ago I had the nasty habit of never saving an...
by Oi With The Poodles Already on Sep 16, 2010


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