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12/11/2017

The fundamental difference between Indians and French is...

... their approach towards the rain.

Indians see rains as a magic romantic thing, a cup of smoking hot chai in the hands watching downpours. And for the French, rain is bad news – we even refer to it as ‘bad’ weather.

Paris has 1 700 hours of sunshine with an average yearly temperature of 12°C and 111 rainy days spread throughout the year with about 650 mm of precipitation.

Delhi has 2 700 hours of sunshine with an average yearly temperature of 25°C and 52 rainy days spread over 3 months with about 800 mm of precipitation. (source: Wikipedia)

In short, we have twice less rainy days in Delhi and a temperature twice higher. We have reasons to look forward for the rain

12/04/2017

Photos of a day in Mumbai in June

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11/27/2017

India tour of textiles

Source: http://www.craftsvilla.com/blog/indian-handlooms-from-dif...

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