Charmed woman marries snake !


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morning_rain   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 02-06-06 14:56:37

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Originally posted by jake3d

Quote:
Originally posted by tamilkuravan
Otherwise there would have been even more redicule of TN as if TN only had all the social evils in India.

TK A



Noooooo! Whatever would give people that idea??? :p

Back to the topic... a british Jew does a similar thing

http://www.theage.com.au/news/world/woman-marries-dolphin/2006/01/01/1136050339590.html

Love knows no barrier.



Interesting article.

I guess the question can be asked: how does one define 'marriage'.
If it is just 'intense love' for the dolphin(for ex), then why does it have to be a marital relationship?

conservatives can argue that the whole foundation of marriage is being called into question :)


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naudurivsm   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 02-06-06 15:00:36

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Originally posted by tamilkuravan

Quote:
Originally posted by Mishej India

Sidenote : I am glad that this marriage did not happen in Tamil Nadu.



Hey thats double standards... its ok if it happens any other part of india but not TN huh??


No MI, I did not mean it that way.
Looking at happenings like this, people (only of this forum) would have thought that it must have happened in TN while it luckily did not . Otherwise there would have been even more redicule of TN as if TN only had all the social evils in India.
It could happen anywhere, even maybe in TN.
I acknowledge that female infantcide is highly prevalent in TN apart from other states in India.
This is the belief of Hindu's and i respect that feeling just as i would expect people to respect my religion and other religions.
TK A



How do you conclude that people will think it happened in "TN"
read the follwing lines..
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Agence France-Presse

Bhubaneswar, June 2, 2006

A woman who fell in love with a snake has married the reptile at a traditional Hindu wedding celebrated by 2,000 guests in India's Orissa state, reports said Friday.
Bimbala Das wore a silk saree for the ceremony Wednesday at Atala village near the Orissa state capital Bhubaneswar.
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Now could you show us if there is a mention of TN here or how relates to TN?
and why in the world people think of TN here?
I think you should come out of TN syndrome first.... then things would be much clear to you and all..:(





Pink Panther   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 02-06-06 15:09:23

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Originally posted by jake3d

Quote:
Originally posted by tamilkuravan
Otherwise there would have been even more redicule of TN as if TN only had all the social evils in India.

TK A



Noooooo! Whatever would give people that idea??? :p

Back to the topic... a british Jew does a similar thing

http://www.theage.com.au/news/world/woman-marries-dolphin/2006/01/01/1136050339590.html

Love knows no barrier.



Those silly Brits!! :p


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jake3d   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 02-06-06 15:10:25


Quote:
Originally posted by morning_rain

conservatives can argue that the whole foundation of marriage is being called into question :)



Marriage going to the dogs would get a new meaning :p

Its friday so here goes:

Come to think of it...wouldnt it be really bad for TN if a certain spokesperson for TN would go and marry a canadian beaver :) ?
TN is lucky the spokesperson on CD is already married(happily I believe).

Disclaimer:I'm just kidding and any similarities to people and animals are works of fiction


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tamilkuravan   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 02-06-06 15:25:44

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Originally posted by Mishej India

Charmed woman marries snake !



Naduv.,
this was what i saw first and i saw that it came in "Our native country" and so it had to be india.
Also see this link of the forum in which TN is first suspected to any social eveil happening on the face of India : http://www.canadiandesi.ca/read.php?TID=13060
TK A
Sidenote : In my office, internet for personal use is prohibited. So i open a small internet window and read line by line. If my boss comes out of his cabin, he will see directly my comp. screen. and so the tension and so the haste.
2. already a member is making fun of TN for an incident which never happened in TN (the post above by hon. Jake3D)


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tamilkuravan   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 02-06-06 15:35:47

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Originally posted by morning_rain

Can you please clarify - what is the belief of hindu's (as you mention in your last line?) Thanks,



MR,
These are cliping from that article which made me make that statement :

Quote:
A woman who fell in love with a snake has married the reptile at a traditional Hindu wedding celebrated by 2,000 guests in India's Orissa state, reports said Friday.

Priests chanted mantras to seal the union,A brass replica snake stood in for the hesitant groom.


Snakes and particularly the King Cobra are venerated in India as religious symbols worn by Lord Shiva, the god of destruction.



TK A


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jake3d   
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Location: Montreal

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 02-06-06 15:37:02

Quote:
Originally posted by tamilkuravan
2. already a member is making fun of TN for an incident which never happened in TN



LoL, you are just too much :p. I wasnt making fun of TN

Hope you enjoy your weekend TK. Dont work too hard. Can I be akbar? .;) .


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