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June 19, 2010

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Ambika

Anyone asked the bride her opinion?

Raji

A very nice account of the lifestyle of a village with vibrant pictures.

@ Ambika - did anyone ask the bull's opinion?

Raji

The pictures are really excellent.

Sekar

Very evocative and nicely done. Great pictures as well. Thanks for sharing!

Styles P

Loved this!! Beautiful narrative and pictures. Jallikattu sounds crazy! And I highly disapprove of that terrible custom with women!!

Ambika

Agree Raji, that too.

Kamini

Terrific - bravo, Appa!

Vijay

Fascinating!

I suspect the whisky tasted considerably better on account of all the dust you all had inhaled.

shyam

Nice photos, Mr R!

Re that weird custom you mentioned, I can only be thankful that it is no longer practised. Can't begin to imagine a more unpleasant experience for a new bride! And what about the feelings of the wife of the head of the family? No way she'd EVER like any of her daughters-in-law! :)

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