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23 August 2011 08:28PM Ignore  
arvindthakur56

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आज main बहुत खुश हूँ क्यूंकी आज मैंने सैक्टर 17 और सैक्टर 16 क चऔक par तिरंगा फहराया। बहुत से लोगों ने हस क सिर झुका लिया। कई लोगों ने बेस्ट of लक कहा। पर कुछ log जिनको लोकपाल बिल pass होने का खतरा है उन्होने गाली bhi निकली। पर इसका मुझ koi asar नहीं पड़ा। क्यूंकी मैं सोचता हूँ की मेरे तिरंगे को फहराने से किसी न kisi पर तो पका पॉज़िटिव असर पड़ा होगा। क्यूंकी उस रोड से कम से 50 हज़ार लोग गुजरे होंगे। मैं बहुत खुश हूँ। ये पहला moka tha जब मैंने पब्लिक प्लेस मे तिरंगा फहराया। बहुत गर्व महसूस ho rha है। पर मैं उन लोगों क बारे मे सोच रहा हूँ जो तिरंगे की इजत करने क बजाय गालियां  निकाल  रहे थे।  तुम उनके बारे मे क्या सोचते हो?


 
24 August 2011 09:18AM Ignore   #1  
kamakshi
  

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I am very happy today because I flew the Tricolor (Indian Flag) at the cross roads of Sector 17 and Sector 16.  Many people laughed and bowed their heads.  Many people said, “Best of Luck.”  But few people, who saw a danger in the passing of the Lokpal Bill, also cursed.  But this had no affect on me.  Because I think that my flying of the Tricolor must have definitely had a positive impact on someone or the other.  Because at least 50 thousand people must have passed through that road.  I am very happy.  This is the first opportunity I had where I flew the Tricolor in a public place.  I was feeling very proud.  But I am thinking of those people who instead of respecting the flag were cursing.  What do you thing about them?

 
24 August 2011 10:47AM Ignore   #2  
susenj
    

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@arvindthakur56:
You chose wrong forum to place your query.
Please ensure you post such queries in Hindi/English forum only from now onwards.

 
03 November 2011 06:37PM Ignore   #3  
pksultania

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सीन्स आई रिमेन विथ यू ऑल्वेज़,देअर, देरफोर यू फील मे.

 
03 November 2011 07:31PM Ignore   #4  
Pi
    

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(Moved to English Forum)

 
23 November 2011 11:50PM Ignore   #5  
davidgreenwood

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वेरी गुड डिसिशन तो मुव इन इंग्लिश forum

 
19 February 2012 10:27PM Ignore   #6  
dushpj

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@kamakshi: dear kamakshi I think there is no any word in English for the

 
20 February 2012 07:56AM Ignore   #7  
Pi
    

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@dushpj,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_India
Which says:
“In India, the term “tricolour” (Hindi: तिरंगा, Tirangā) almost always refers to the Indian national flag”.

It is the same in France. They call their flag as tricolour.

The official Indian Govt. website:
http://india.gov.in/myindia/myindia_frame.php?id=4

 
20 February 2012 10:18PM Ignore   #8  
dushpj

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sorry, i admit my fault, m really sorry. well thnx for telling me this. I learnt something new today, well SORRY to KAMAKSHI as well.

 
   
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