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Sulky adolescent: ugh, idlis again! Why dond you jest give me some bruddost or cornflakes?
Amma: ahangaari! I wake up early and toil all morning and this is the kind of gratitude I get?! Bruddost it simms! Pinnaaay, saayippinde mol alle!
Shanta: oh, my son, after sending him to English medium school, he has become very modaern. He won't touch dosa and appam andall. Onnnly bruddost and cornflakes he will eat for breakfast!
Susheela shaking head: tch tch!
CategoriesFood and Drink
Related TermsAmul Butter
Terms referencing thisAamblate
Chaurasia: yes it already had a history.....
Few tenets of the 'Bharatiya sanskriti'(based on a one nation sensibility principle) which tend to shape the 'conservative' Indian identity (as established by self-appointed culture upholders) :
Karma is Dharma : In order to achieve good karma it is important to live life according to dharma, what is right.
Athithi Devo Bhav : Guest is god(Read: Make your home a heavenly abode for your visitor)
Family comes first: Family has to be the most important thing in a person's life
Women should wear sari: They should wear respectable clothes in order to be admired rather than be leched
The issue of what truly is 'Bhartiya Sanskriti' is discussed and debated about on various platforms such as blogs, forums,Slutwalks and TV shows with people citing the Kamasutra as example of a sexually radical early Indian culture.
Terms referencing thisMuh kaala karna
usually preferred over fridge by older tambrahm maamis
Mami: Bridg'le paarthela (Did you look in the bridge?)
This word is used across the subcontinent.
miss: arre buddhu!! The British peoples did not kill him, who told you that? Godse did.
munchkin: Godsay? eh?