Posts tagged ‘hindu’

September 29, 2018

Scotland – India Masala

by duncanr


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January 4, 2018

Penis Pulling Power

by duncanr

is size important?

it doesn’t matter what women say in answer to that question, some guys are so convinced it does that they will go to any extreme to try and increase the length of their – what they believe to be – titchy dick

few, however, will go as far as this guy, who must have a massive hang up over the size of his member –

October 19, 2016

Karva Chauth

by duncanr

karva-chauth-photostoday, many Hindu women will be fasting from sunrise to moonrise to bring good health and a long life to the men in their life

originally observed by married women for their husbands, many single women also now celebrate Karva Chauth to bring health and well-being to their fiance –

[in addition to fasting, women observing Karva Chauth are not permitted to do any housework on this day]

while Karva Chauth is traditionally observed by woman, some men have . . .

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March 6, 2015

Holi 2015

by duncanr

Holi, the Hindu festival celebrating the arrival of spring and the vanquishing of evil by good, dark by light, falls today this year

the festival is a riot of colour as family, friends, neighbours, and strangers douse one another with coloured powders and water

everyone joins in the fun – even these kids !

p.s. I posted this vid during holi last year but think it worth showing again

March 17, 2014


by duncanr

The weather, at long last, seems to have turned in the UK and I was able to give my grass the 1st cut of the year on Saturday – as did my neighbour, too

Hindus have a more colourful way of marking the arrival of Spring than mowing the lawn

During Holi, friends and strangers daub each other with colour. You’ll find plenty of images on Google or videos on youtube showing the exuberant celebration that is Holi. But today, I want to share with you this video of some kids joining in the fun

August 20, 2013

Raksha Bandhan

by duncanr

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One of the things I love about living in a multi-cultural city like Birmingham is the exposure to the customs and celebrations of different peoples

Today, for instance, is Raksha Bandhan – a day Hindus set aside to celebrate and strengthen the bond of love and protection between a brother and a sister . . .

The central ceremony involves . . .

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July 21, 2011

Samosa Soul Search

by duncanr

A restaurant which unwittingly served meat samosas to a group of Hindu’s (whose faith holds that they cannot be with God after death if their soul is ‘unpure’ as a result of eating meat) is being sued by the disgruntled diners.

Apparently, their souls must be purified and nothing less will do than . . .

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