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Old November 6th, 2013, 12:58 AM
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Re: Do Indians not care about Diwali anymore?

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Originally Posted by sarv_shaktimaan View Post
My parents sent me a picture of their neighbor kids in Delhi celebrating Halloween.. now who will celebrate Diwali over Halloween.. Hindu culture and India are doomed, I say.. American culture is taking over India slowly but surely. Speaking Hindi in public places is strict no-no and almost a crime, especially in North India, people speak broken and incorrect grammar but speaking in English and showing off is a matter of paramount importance.

Desis abroad (married family folks) celebrate most festivals with fervor as it requires effort, and you have to create an environment for your kids.
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Originally Posted by kalidas View Post
Halloween in India?? Why? Next thing you know, Indians will be celebrating Thanksgiving and July 4th.
They are the neuvo rich folks who do all that stuff here. Who speak only in money and dollars.

But yes in places like pune you find normal folks like we maharashtrians who celebrate all Indian festivities in equal fervor.
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