Hilarious Compilation Video of Phrases you should know in India!

“EK NUMBER MERE BHAI”, “EK DAM JHAKAAS”, “SAR PE C****A LIKHA HAI KYA?” ……. 
IF YOU’VE NEVER MADE USE OF EITHER ONE OF THESE PHRASES ON THE STREETS OF MUMBAI OR ANYWHERE AROUND INDIA THEN YOU ARE NOT A TRUE MUMBAIKAR OR AN INDIAN!!
WATCH HOW THIS HILARIOUS VIDEO BELOW TEACHES YOU PHRASES THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW WHEN YOUR IN INDIA, THAT TOO A FOREIGNER SAYING ALL THE HINDI PHRASES IN AN EXTREMELY HUMOROUS WAY!!

13 Misconceptions About Indians!

01. Climate is Not Always Hot!


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First of all, let me tell you foreigners, India just doesn’t only have hot climate every time! We have many beautiful hill stations that even you can’t forget! And we too experience snowfall in the north!

 

02. We All Don’t Live In Villages!


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Not every Indian lives in huts and villages! We too have towers and beautiful architecture in our country. Hope you know the world’s most beautiful monument is in our country!

 

03. We All Don’t Drink Tea!


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Not all Indians drink tea at home every morning. Though we love drinking tea from a tea stall known as ‘tapri’ in our slang language. We also are aware of cappuccino’s, smoothies, mock-tails, cocktails etc,.Okay?

 

04. We Don’t Just Cook Spicy Food!


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Please. India is known to have number of cuisines, from spicy to sweet! You name it, you have it! Every state has different cuisine. And we just don’t serve ‘spicy food’ everywhere. And it is a fact; If you eat spicy food you won’t die early.

 

05. Not All Of Us Are Vegetarian!


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Not all of us are vegetarians. We crave for non-veg cuisines too, and India is known to have too many places that serves mouth watering non-veg dishes. And even you couldn’t stop yourself from eating it next time.

 

06. Every Indian Is Not Hindu!


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Though the majority of people living in India is of Hindus, that doesn’t mean all Indians are Hindus! There are many more castes living here together in a community and are happy.

 

07. We All Don’t Dance & Sing!


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India is known for its classical dances and classical singing, but not all of us can do it. We also are aware about different genres! We Indians do have people who know Contemporary to Hip-Hop to Jive or Salsa! And we just don’t stick to playing Harmonium, we also have awesome well known Musicians!

 

08. Not All Of Us Know To Do Yoga!

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Yes, India is known for yoga that doesn’t mean we all can do it. Yes, Not all Indians know how to perform yoga. Mostly people here find it easy to jump in a gym!

 

09. Not All Of Us Have Dark Complexion!


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We are all not dark or tan skinned! Okay? We have a wheatish complexion, which is not dark. And if you know, nowadays Indian complexion is what most people demand!

 

10. We All Don’t Wear Sari!


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Not all Indian females wear sari! Please! Most of the teenage girls now doesn’t even know how to drape a sari! That is only for occasions. We do wear and love western outfits.

 

11. There Is No Language Called Indian!


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India is known to have 122 officially known languages. India lost almost 220 languages in the last 50 years! In India not everyone can speak Hindi! You may visit South India and notice it yourself, they would rather understand only English and their local language. And we can speak awesome English!

 

12. We Are Not All Poor!


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We all are not poor neither all of us are beggars. Most of the Indians possess good jobs and skills and live in a good house.

 

13. We Do Not Keep Wobbling Our Head!

Try it out yourself! How dumb will it look especially when someone is asking you questions? Will you just keep shaking your head for no reasons? Obviously, even we would not! So ask your questions precisely and we do not wobble our head!

 

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19 Facts About India You Definitely Didn’t Know! 

14 Trippy Places In India!

 

Did You Know Hawa Mahal Is Without A Foundation?

01. History:


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It was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh and was designed by Lal Chand in the form of Lord Krishna’s Crown.

02. Architecture:


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It has a fusion of Rajput and Mughal architecture. It is of five floors and has 953 small windows, which was specially made so that Queen or Princesses can observe daily life of people without getting noticed. It was built using red and pink sandstone’s.


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The small windows were designed as ‘honeycomb of a beehive’.

Now u know why Jaipur is called the ‘Pink City’?

 

03. No Foundation:


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It is the tallest building in the world that stands without a foundation! Aye, that be true. It is still standing upright and in a good condition because the palace is tilted at an angle of 87 degrees.

 

04. Ramp Walk:


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The Palace of Wind doesn’t have any stairs. The only way to reach upper floors are ramps.

05. Best Time To Visit:


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If one really needs to see this beautiful structure the best time is to visit early morning, when the palace gets lit up with beautiful sunrise.

19 Facts About India You Definitely Didn’t Know!

01. Population:


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By the year 2050, it is expected that India’s population would be as much as the USA’s and China’s combined together!

02. Gold:


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It is estimated that almost 11% of gold globally, is owned by Indian housewives!

03. Dowry:


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Yes, a bitter truth that every hour a woman dies or commits suicide because of dowry related issues.

04. Ecosystem:


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A man alone planted 1360 acre forest which is home to a very good ecosystem.

05. A Brave Soldier:


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On 02nd September 2010, Bishnu Shrestha, an army soldier fought with 40 train robbers in which he killed 03 and injured 08 of them badly to save a girl from getting raped.

06. Prime Minister:


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The salary of the prime minister of India back in 2013 was $2400 monthly.

07. Witchcraft:


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From the year 2010-2012, almost 2000 people were killed for knowing and performing witchcraft!

08. Hindu’s:


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In India, the Hindu’s believe that there are almost 300 million different deities, and every village has their own local deity that they believe in!

09. Five Hour Energy:


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The founder of Five Hour Energy drink in the US is an Indian named, Manoj Bhargava, who is the richest Indian in the  US.

10. Prison:


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In the state of Rajasthan, there is a prison where prisoners can come and stay with their family members and go as   they please. Prisoners can also hold a job and stay alone if they prefer.

11. Indian Railway  System:


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The Indian Railway System is the highest employer; employing over 01.06 million people.

12. OMG! No Bath!


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Yes, in India there is a man named Guru Kailash Singh who is approx 65 years old and hasn’t bathed since 37 years. It is because he took an oath that, when he has a son then only he would bath! His wife is 60, and they have 6 daughters. Crazy!

13. Funeral:


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Yes, it’s India and we organize funeral for everyone! Yes, even for an elephant who got hit by a train!

14. Family:


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India has one of the largest family! Of one man namely Ziono Chana, having 39 wives and 94 children! GOD! They have a mansion including 100 rooms and they would need atleast the meat of 40 chickens to cook one time dinner! Bless the chickens!

15. Golden Temple:


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The temple resides in Amritsar, Punjab. It was built during Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s empire. The temple serves vegetarian meal everyday to 100,000 homeless and needy people regardless of their caste or sex. And the people themselves come as a volunteer everyday to help in cooking food.

16. Gulabi Gang:


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‘Gulabi’ meaning pink colour, is the name of the women gang in India who would beat up abusive husbands when called for help. Now, that requires bravery!

17. Barber Got Rich:


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A barber in India named Ramesh Babu, charges only $2 per haircut and is now known to have one Rolls Royce. And now he owns 105 awesome cars!

18. The Battle Of Saragarhi:


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In 1897, the battle of Saragarhi is famous because 21 Indians fought to death with 10,000 Afghans to defend their homeland!

19. Flight:


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An Indian Airline GoAir, only hires women because they are light weight and save fuel up to $500,000 per year.

14 Trippy Places In India!

01. Tosh, Himachal Pradesh.


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The first thing one can notice as they trek towards tosh or travel via cab is the fragrance of ‘weed‘. One can see end number of unorganized plantation of marijuana on the way. One can find this small town very cheap to stay. Everyday there are parties which goes on too late, and one can’t just get enough of hippies and rolling joints together.

 

02. McLeodganj, Himachal Pradesh.


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A place close to Dharamshala, and another spot for only hippies! You would only enjoy once you decide to head up north and trek towards the steep slopes and narrow lanes. You may find Israeli and Continental cuisines everywhere. Do not forget to dine at Unity Cafe which is in Bhagsu, and you may also get local weed easily or just ask someone to share!

 

03. Malana, Himachal Pradesh.


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Everyone is aware about the capital of trippy places of India. Yes, it is Malana village. They are very strict about letting tourist in their village, so behave well and don’t touch anything! Who doesn’t know about Malana Creme? And Malana Gold? It’s the reason for basic income of the Malanis. The whole world knows it! One can trek and reach this place easily!

 

04. Kasol, Himachal Pradesh.


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Did we forget the little Israel among India? Yeap, it is Kasol. The very remote destination of moon light rave parties and smoking joints. Make sure you are also a hippy and visit the place, or else there is no use of yours in Kasol.

 

05. Old Manali, Himachal Pradesh.


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Indian Manali Cream or Charas can be found anywhere and everywhere. On the end of mall road, there is one ‘Dhaba‘ where you ask the man about charas, he’ll provide you with it. What’s more easy? And other place where you can find it is, traveling on the way towards Hidimba Temple, one can see ‘Rohit Dhaba‘ where you would easily get!

 

06. Pushkar, Rajasthan.


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The funny fact about this holy city is that you may easily get hash but not alcohol. One can find ‘Magic Lassi‘ which is a buttermilk drink consisting of ‘Bhang‘, the legal cannabis in India. You may also find many shopkeepers selling ‘hashish‘ but not weed. One can travel via Ajmer as there is no direct train or bus available.

 

07. Rann Of Kutch, Gujarat.


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Heard of sweet cannabis right? So just roll one and lay on this ground and start tripping on the sky above!

 

08. Palolem, Goa.


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Goa is full of good vibes! But if you are in search of some soft and nice hash, you definitely have to visit this place and you don’t get the same at other places! You may look for ‘Internet Cafes‘ around Cuba Bar who sell it. It’s easily affordable.

 

09. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh.


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Just imagine, if you could go so speechless by seeing such a beauty, how speechless can you go on its cannabis? It’s worth a try!

 

10. Alleppey, Kerala.


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It’s Kerala and you do not know about ‘Datura‘? Are you kidding yourself? You probably are! Take in limit because the trip could get ugly!

 

11. Varkala, Kerala.


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You may only find weed or cannabis in top bars and clubs, don’t expect to get it anywhere else and get yourself in trouble! Enjoy the Swedish food you will find here.

 

12. Hampi, Tamil Nadu.


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You will find pleasant weed being sold here by local shopkeepers. In the night you would see the locality you are residing at so calm and quiet because people there are so stoned that they could hardly talk to anyone.

 

13. Auroville, Tamil Nadu.


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It’s a vegan place, so that also includes weed, so learn to adjust yourself in the surrounding. People here believe in living with total peace with each other. It’s normal if you see few hippies stoned and playing guitar in evening. Just join them.

 

14. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu.


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Forgotten ‘magic mushrooms‘? How can you? You might get it easily! But, let me warn you it would only provide a mellow trip, so don’t expect something harsh! You have to consume it, on an empty stomach, so early morning is the best time. Start with small quantity and gradually increase.

Why Indians Are Proud Of This Fruit?

Yes, we Indians are very proud that our country grows Mango, a fruit that one just can’t resist. Mango trees were grown even 5000 years ago and the legend has it that Gautam Buddha meditated under this cool, huge and shady tree.

The fruit grows in Eastern India, Burma and also Andaman Islands. It is the national fruit of India, Pakistan and Philippines.  A Mango tree can grow tall as 35-40 m and live up to more than 300 years.

And how can we not be more proud? After all, half of the world’s mangoes are grown in India only. And in India, sharing a basket full of mangoes with any relatives or neighbors is a sign of ‘friendship’. The most popular and the most tasty variety is ‘Alphonso’.

A cup full of mango serves 100 calories. A ripe Mango consists more of Vitamin A and unripe Mango more of Vitamin C. One Mango a day fulfills the 100% need of Vitamin C, 35% of Vitamin A and 12% of fiber.

In India, mango leaves are very popular in decorations upon any Hindu

festivals.

Mango is the only fruit that an Indian can make and use of it in multiple dishes. They make breakfast, lunch and even dinner out of it. Every Indian home will make Chutneys, dips, juices, sweets, etc,. In North India, Aamras is the most loved breakfast and in South India, Mango Lassi is had after every meal.