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See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 12:45am On Apr 10, 2016
I found a snakeskin under a log. While strolling near our home. The thing is we just had a ritual worship at the forest serpent grove a while back with the family. I wanted to take it back with me to Abu Dhabi. But my uncle noticed and made me leave it far away from our home in the bush. sad sad


First time I saw him so angry and frightful. Although the villagers was laughing at me, they was a bit scared to. Twas found between ours and our neighbors home. Its a shed molted skin. The snake was probably still lurking around there somewhere.

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Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by eme1n(m): 12:55am On Apr 10, 2016
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Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by Nobody: 1:53am On Apr 10, 2016
Pinsure or adonbilivit

Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 7:17am On Apr 10, 2016
The ritual.

Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 7:18am On Apr 10, 2016
eme1n:
Pic

Elijahrona2:
Pinsure or adonbilivit



Check out
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by Nobody: 8:33am On Apr 10, 2016
Wow cool. Looking at the second pic made me realise you're Indian... So do you still want to take that home?
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 12:25pm On Apr 10, 2016
Elijahrona2:
Wow cool. Looking at the second pic made me realise you're Indian... So do you still want to take that home?

Nah I cant . I left the place.
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by hungryboy(m): 1:35pm On Apr 10, 2016
IndianBwoy:


Nah I cant . I left the place.
i thought you guys had snake charmers over there,
I'll really love to watch those guys in action
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 2:07pm On Apr 10, 2016
hungryboy:
i thought you guys had snake charmers over there,
I'll really love to watch those guys in action

Thats just some nonsense hollywood stereotypes.

Snake charmers are mostly in the North. And these days they are not so common. Im from the South-West.
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by hungryboy(m): 2:20pm On Apr 10, 2016
IndianBwoy:


Thats just some nonsense hollywood stereotypes.

Snake charmers are mostly in the North. And these days they are not so common. Im from the South-West.
that's where Kerala is located right?
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 5:59pm On Apr 10, 2016
hungryboy:
that's where Kerala is located right?

No thats extreme South.

Im from South Canara region. (Tuluva Nadu).
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by hungryboy(m): 6:16pm On Apr 10, 2016
IndianBwoy:

No thats extreme South.
Im from South Canara region. (Tuluva Nadu).
ok, But i have never heard of that State' I've only heard of Tamil Nadu, Maybe i'll goggle it and get to know the place.
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 7:07pm On Apr 10, 2016
hungryboy:
ok,
But i have never heard of that State'
I've only heard of Tamil Nadu,
Maybe i'll goggle it and get to know the place.

We are still agitating for separate statheood. For now we are included in Karnataka state, but our language, culture and religion us different from the Kannada speaking peoples.
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by hungryboy(m): 7:24pm On Apr 10, 2016
IndianBwoy:


We are still agitating for separate statheood. For now we are included in Karnataka state, but our language, culture and religion us different from the Kannada speaking peoples.
but you do speak Hindi too right, or you only Tulu?
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 8:46pm On Apr 10, 2016
hungryboy:
but you do speak Hindi too right, or you only Tulu?

My first language is Tulu. Second language is English.

I do speak some Hindi but its not that fluent.

Mostly South Indians substitute Hindi with English.
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by hungryboy(m): 8:59pm On Apr 10, 2016
IndianBwoy:


My first language is Tulu. Second language is English.

I do speak some Hindi but its not that fluent.

Mostly South Indians substitute Hindi with English.
Ok boss,
I'm like a fan of Indian culture and Bollywood, Maybe some day, i'll visit India, and maybe make a stop at Tuluva Nadu
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 9:25pm On Apr 10, 2016
hungryboy:
Ok boss,
I'm like a fan of Indian culture and Bollywood, Maybe some day, i'll visit India, and maybe make a stop at Tuluva Nadu

Haha sure man you are welcome anytime. You will enjoy the rural areas. Not much fun in the hig cities .
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by MadeOfBlaq(m): 9:26pm On Apr 10, 2016
hungryboy:
Ok boss,
I'm like a fan of Indian culture and Bollywood, Maybe some day, i'll visit India, and maybe make a stop at Tuluva Nadu
Man.ur siggy is hillarious!!
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by hungryboy(m): 9:36pm On Apr 10, 2016
MadeOfBlaq:

Man.ur siggy is hillarious!!
bros, no be joke i dey joke oh,
Frustration were dey hold me, fit make me tie rope for neck
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by hungryboy(m): 9:40pm On Apr 10, 2016
IndianBwoy:


Haha sure man you are welcome anytime. You will enjoy the rural areas. Not much fun in the hig cities .
ok Boss

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Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by grandstar(m): 8:09pm On Apr 14, 2016
IndianBwoy:


We are still agitating for separate statheood. For now we are included in Karnataka state, but our language, culture and religion us different from the Kannada speaking peoples.
That's where you have Bangalooru
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by grandstar(m): 9:29pm On Apr 14, 2016
IndianBwoy:


Haha sure man you are welcome anytime. You will enjoy the rural areas. Not much fun in the hig cities .
is it compulsory one marries within his caste or even sub caste
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 10:04pm On Apr 14, 2016
grandstar:
is it compulsory one marries within his caste or even sub caste


Yes according to Hinduism and caste/tribal law.

Its the same all over the world. Although things are changing this generation. How else can A tribe maintain its purity?
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by grandstar(m): 10:22pm On Apr 14, 2016
IndianBwoy:


Yes according to Hinduism and caste/tribal law.

Its the same all over the world. Although things are changing this generation. How else can A tribe maintain its purity?

Among the over 250 tribes iin Nigeria, only the igbos have a caste and that consist no more than a small number of untouchables who totally reject the tag and many even marry free born igbos
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 10:44pm On Apr 14, 2016
grandstar:


Among the over 250 tribes iin Nigeria, only the igbos have a caste and that consist no more than a small number of untouchables who totally reject the tag and many even marry free born igbos

Caste doesnt mean untouchable. Caste means occupation. E.g. among Marghi of Adamawa, you have Ingyakgu (blacksmith), Mbilim (farmer/warrior) and Mafakur (former slave) caste.

And also many castes in India have tribes as well. So its basically a tribal custom to marry within your tribe.

E.g. in Nigeria under "normal" circumstances, a Yoruba will marry Yoruba rather than Hausa or Fulani. An Igbo would marry an Igbo rather than a Jukun or Nupe. You get the point?

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Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by Exxit(m): 11:07pm On Apr 14, 2016
Dude you're not Indian. Lmao.. I have Indian friends here in the u.s and they said they have no idea of what you saying grin
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 11:29pm On Apr 14, 2016
Exxit:
Dude you're not Indian. Lmao.. I have Indian friends here in the u.s and they said they have no idea of what you saying grin

They are not Indian . They are american.

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Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by Exxit(m): 12:18am On Apr 15, 2016
IndianBwoy:


They are not Indian . They are american.
you're not Indian. I've seen those photos Online in the past for sumthing different... well every One has to lie to be famous here
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by grandstar(m): 12:51am On Apr 15, 2016
IndianBwoy:


Caste doesnt mean untouchable. Caste means occupation. E.g. among Marghi of Adamawa, you have Ingyakgu (blacksmith), Mbilim (farmer/warrior) and Mafakur (former slave) caste.

And also many castes in India have tribes as well. So its basically a tribal custom to marry within your tribe.

E.g. in Nigeria under "normal" circumstances, a Yoruba will marry Yoruba rather than Hausa or Fulani. An Igbo would marry an Igbo rather than a Jukun or Nupe. You get the point?

The caste system is much deeper than that!

I have read a lot about the caste system and watched several videos on the topic

For instance, the untouchables are actual a non-caste not belonging to the 4 caste clas starting from the Brahmins.

There is massive intertribal datings amongst Nigerians even though mariage may not result due to tribal differences

Despite that, there are lots of intertribal marraiges in the country and much more common amongst Nigerians with middle class upbringing who are totally devoid of crass tribalism. Many can't even speak their native tongues. English is the only language they know

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Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 1:00am On Apr 15, 2016
Exxit:
you're not Indian. I've seen those photos Online in the past for sumthing different... well every One has to lie to be famous here

What photo have you seen? Show me?

Or else follow my instagram: heggade
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by IndianBwoy(m): 1:01am On Apr 15, 2016
grandstar:


The caste system is much deeper than that!

I have read a lot about the caste system and watched several videos on the topic

For instance, the untouchables are actual a non-caste not belonging to the 4 caste clas starting from the Brahmins.

There is massive intertribal datings amongst Nigerians even though mariage may not result due to tribal differences

Despite that, there are lots of intertribal marraiges in the country and much more common amongst Nigerians with middle class upbringing who are totally devoid of crass tribalism. Many can't even speak their native tongues. English is the only language they know

Ita not just Nigeria. Its all over the world. Cultures and languages are dying out.

Well i know where I stand and thats enough for me.
Re: See What I Found Near Our Home by ChrisKonor: 8:15am On Apr 24, 2016
IndianBwoy:


Ita not just Nigeria. Its all over the world. Cultures and languages are dying out.

Well i know where I stand and thats enough for me.

Hello indianbwoy, Ive seen your messages and posts in different sections of this forum.

I am a nigerian but i have a really deep urge to study computer science in india. What do you think?

would need your advises and guidelines.... i will like to be friends with you if you font mind..

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