A curated list of Anglo-Indian sayings. This was originally posted on Pepperwater many many years ago. Most of the sayings were contributed by users. If you have something new to add, add it in the comments below and share it with your friends! You say we are White Washing the house for Christmas!!! White Washing??? […]
This book is full of familiar characters. Characters we can relate with. Phrases long-lost were refreshingly brought alive. The short version of this review – buy the book. It’s a great read. Kitty’s War is set in the early 1940’s in the sleepy town of Pipli. Katherine Riddle (Kitty) is caught between two worlds and […]
An Anglo-Indian teenager from Doveton, Madras (locally pronounced as dow tin) invented a new type of slippers that are sturdy enough to take on the scorching summers in Madras – soft, comfortable, and fashionable and most importantly does not inflict pain if beaten with them. Jeremy re-invented the slipper. After getting whacked multiple times with […]
Pallavaram, a small town in South India has drawn the world’s attention. Edwin D’Costa goes to the local St. Thomas High School and appears, on the surface, to be like any other teenager. However, he is the reason behind Pallavaram being in the spotlight.
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Original quote “Anyone who thinks my story is anywhere near over is sadly mistaken.” #Anglofied
What you do today can improve all your tomorrows. #Anglofied
A famous line from Samwise Gamgee goes like this “Theres some good in this world, Mr. Frodo. And it’s worth fighting for.” But what if Samwise Gamgee was from St. Thomas Mount, Tamil Nadu? #Anglofied
Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud is a famous quote from Maya Angelou. But what if she was Anglo-Indian? #Anglofied