The recent turbulence in Tibet is turning to be a trouble for India. Though no Indian life or interest is under any threat, India is finding it difficult to respond. It is the Indian response, or lack there of, that is the most troubling. If it was an isolated case of confusion for India, it is no big deal. But this is deliberate and exposes a fundamental characteristic of Indian psyche.
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For those who are not yet sure, here are ten more questions for you to find your Indian identity.
- If your gold tooth filling is your only dental expense, you are still an Indian.
- If you put your ears on your digital wrist watch to make sure it is working, you are still an Indian.
- If you wait for rain to wash your car, you are still an Indian.
- If you ask your Indian waitress which part of India she is from, you are still an Indian.
- If you ask a stranger whether they are married within five minutes of conversation, you are still an Indian. (more…)
Are you an Indian living in America? Or are you a person of Indian origin? Do you waste a lot of time trying to shade your Indian identity? Or you do everything to cling to it? If you are either of those, we can help. We have developed Simple Home Identity Test for you. Whether you doubt your closeness to Indian root or you deny all connections you have you can take the Simple Home Identity Test sitting in the comfort of your own home. If you are thinking it would cost you days or even months to find out, you are wrong. You do not need days, or even hours, or even minutes. If you take the test online now, you can get the result for amazingly low investment of 19.99 sec per session. So why wait, find out for sure if you are DESI (despite emigration still Indian).
Origin: Origin of India is a confusing one. The confusion is caused by Columbus when he decided to discover India in a different location. Despite significant migration in the later part of the twentieth century, the relocation was never completed, and the confusion persists. Even today, inhabitants of widely spread call centers across the country insist they are from the land where Columbus wanted to relocate India.