Back track memories in india-part one(bangalore)

Posted on February 11, 2010. Filed under: Bangalore, reminisce | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

it was 8:00 am in the morning when we were out of the airport ,carrying our luggage’s .there was heavy raining ,it was all foggy, in a catch of the eye there was waiting for us our senior student who was studying pharmacy .there was a queue of taxis just outside the gate ,no matter the trees around the airport were many and it was an alluring event .it took us about one hour to reach our destination , a small village in the suburbs of bangalore city.

there was a whole conversation about india, the studies and the universities there and it goes well. it was nearly 9:30 when we reached the university campus ,just not far away ,there lied the hall of residence it was all busy and crowded with students and we were a bit hungry , so we had to eat all this chilled food and masala (mixture of spices) prepared by the campus chefs. rice was always there with masala aside. that was my first day in india ,bangalore city as they call it.

in the evening that day we had a hang out it was a wonderful feeling to see along the streets dozens of people coming and going and there was the train station that wasn’t far aside from the campus.

it was so pathetic and we were all out of our hearts when we saw a woman putting a chain around an old women and pulling her like a dog it seemed as if the old women was her mother .and we felt that sympathy for her but our senior interrupted us by saying “you will see a lot”
to be continued…


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