Baap ki sadak hay… (the road belongs to their father…)

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6 responses to “Baap ki sadak hay… (the road belongs to their father…)

  1. oh yes! we have to kneel at our so called sustainers.. the traffic man is helpless.. all he does is count d number of trucks..
    and finally wn the lashing dust settles all we c is chaos. . cars, autos, horns (and the cows and dogs and horses)
    and yeah nowadays the flyover crossing is a treat for the eyes..

  2. We once had a gun pointed at us for not getting into the left lane to make way for the honking military vehicle behind us. The left lane was itself jammed with no space to move in, but it seemed that the military personal pointing the gun wanted us to jump over the other cars to make way for them.

    And God he was furious!

  3. Sigh…I pray this would never happen in Malaysia, Asma…Why are you in that part of the world when you could be here, only you know the reason…And I love you for that! 😉

  4. Kashmiri life is full of contradictions.
    Security forces causing insecurity is one of the major ones.

    For those who think “mera bharat mahaan”… this is how things are down here!

    I wish I would realise the reason of why I am here. Pray for me.
    Boleh kan?

  5. Abu Sadat Nurullah

    Long-term pause?!?
    Where has this blogger gone?

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