Thursday, January 30, 2014

Missing you India



India Meri Jaan....!!!!



Missing you my love India so...soo... so.. very much these days.... Especially the Indian flavors: the spices and the variety of Street food. You may find the same food outside India as well but having food on Indian not so very clean streets is sumthing you will never find abroad. So here I am waiting for a long vacation back home, as per the residing country's holiday calendar. Wishing to be back with old friends, for whom you have become 'bare log' or now u are associated with NRI tags... n many such new names will be called for you. Some are happy dat you are abroad and some are not so happy as you are abroad.. or I may say "Jealous". This 'J' factor has its prominence more in India as compared to any other country. Suddenly you become a gossip chapter for aunties in your neighbourhood. Now all your bio-data will be reviewed and analyzed how come you went abroad. There unacceptable sorry sorry,... indigestible reactions will be imagined something like... they had popped in center shock chewing gum.... n the hairs standing straight in upward directions... I feel like saying "Hajmola aunty ji". I brought it from India only...lolzzz...!!!!!!

Well.. well ..jokes apart, but don't your really miss this kind of stuff that you cant find abroad. The life has changed. Now in the new country, struggling to make new friends, friends with sophistication, and discipline. and remembering those old chuddy-buddies back in India, some the gali friends, some office best colleagues, some panwari colleagues or some CP station buddies... n college and school buddies of course. Missing those Indian festive seasons, when the sale is on prominence, and the traffic on roads is endlessly tiring. But still the spirit of festivity is high.. despite of the fact that you will only have one leave to perform all tasks on your list... for a big festive celebration, let it be Diwali, Ganesh chaturthi, dandiya/ garba or Onam in south. Guys will definitely agree with me the fact of watching girls... The Indian girl with salwar/ kameez, or saree or suit or jeans with long hairs and Punjabi chappal or kolapuri chappal....and then observing that this is missing she should wear this or that...


The variety that you find in India in terms of attire or food. It is definitely something which we all should be proud of....