The list is random and is not according to ranking.
- Paani puri
- Garam phulka
- Gas burners
- Sun dried clothes
- Matke ka paani
- Awesome chat
- Mom’s khana
- Momos and grilled sandwiches
- Television with legit desi channels and Zee cinema 😛
- My dog Moony **sob**sniff**
- Sitting pillion on the scooty with dad running errands and me saying “Mujhe chocolate chaiye”. So what if I am all grown up…
- Cows and dogs busy with their meetings in the middle of the street.
- Sight of a Piggy walking with her piglets trotting in a line as if going for shopping.
- Combined dinners with my Mausi and Mausaji
- Mom’s naggings…Err, well no…I still get a regular dose…
- My awesome bed, sofa and dining table.
- My besties
- Rs. 50/- Osho slippers and Rs.20/- earrings and other random trinkets which I know I will never wear. Its too much work to remove my gold earrings and chain and wear something else.
- Indore’s(my hometown otherwise) eggrolls, dahi vadas, patties and gulab jamuns.
- My engg college and college katta
- My ‘no self-start, only kick start in 4th try’ scooty.
- Chintu, one of our adopted stray dogs
- Baaju wali aunty ka khich-khich
- The mad, colorful crowd on the street
13 thoughts on “Things I miss about India and home”
Do you? this list makes me smile 🙂
I miss Pune and home so much that its beyond words! 🙂 😦
Trinkets for Rs. 20/-. Oh how I miss them too! I must remember to get some next time I go shopping. 😀 😀
Haha…The other day I was in a trinket shop out here…I saw, I checked the price and I left…hehe
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couldn’t stop grinning after I read point number 11 !!!
Hey, thanks! I forgot to mention how excruciatingly slow dad drives! Cycles overtake us…
🙂 may be he wanted to enjoy the ride – with her favorite daughter !
I came to your blog cuz of your cute profile name.
And a big awwee for this post 🙂
Awwww thanks! I have read your blog too! And its pretty great…. Xoxo
considering you llive in pune & indore is your hometown, i wonder how come poha is not on this list. oh, right, maybe you make it quite regularly or something?
Haha! Funny story. I actually am not fond of Poha! Ppl find that tough to believe. My mom makes it every single Sunday so a t some point in early childhood I just got really sick of it. But I did like the poha on streets in Indore. They were made sorta steamed, differently.
Also, astute observation, girl!