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IndianTiger

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About IndianTiger

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  1. AU Set To Hire It's New AD

    Its a historic hire for Auburn. I am hopeful.
  2. Demographic Curiosity

    That's great to hear. People are generally welcoming and show a lot of hospitality (not that different from the Southern Hospitality :-)
  3. Demographic Curiosity

    I am pleasantly surprised with all the India interest, frankly. Been on this board for 10+ years, we haven't had a discussion like this. Things are changing down south :-) Just kidding Feel like am representing a billion plus people on here, way too much responsibility :-)
  4. Demographic Curiosity

    Sorry guys for hijacking this post to be an Indian discussion, stop asking me questions and quoting me :-)
  5. Demographic Curiosity

    Funny, I was just going to mention that if you are going to India, try to get invited to a wedding. Looks like you had a ball. People forget India is very diverse. Many religions, languages, food, dress , its a big chaos, but in a good way if you enjoy that kind off a thing
  6. Demographic Curiosity

    Yeah for South Indian, my parents being from Kerala, you get unique foods that are Kerala specific. - Malabar Beef Curry, Avial (vegetable medley) . Also Chennai food thats really good are Dosa, Vada , Sambar (lentil/curry dish) etc. Not to mention the sweet stuff.
  7. Demographic Curiosity

    Wow, I didnt take sociology so probably didnt know him. But, yeah you should plan a trip to India before it changes too much. i know what you are saying about those Shakar Paras ...they are good. You should try some south Indian food, they are distinctly different as well. While I was at Auburn, had no luck finding Indian food, some of my friends would make that trip to Atlanta to grab a bite. Enjoyed reading it ...
  8. Demographic Curiosity

    Lol..yeah lanes are flexible. I learnt driving in Chennai and now am totally useless after getting used to our lanes over here. Will never drive in India, thank god for Uber
  9. Demographic Curiosity

    Excellent, different for sure..
  10. Demographic Curiosity

    Hi JFD.., grew up in Chennai (which used to be Madras) . Its nice little town of now over 7 million I think. It was a lot more sleepy then, but these days I can't even recognize the place sometimes. I tell people, if you love Indian food, its a lot easier to travel there. Otherwise, between the crowds of people, pollution, heat (depending on where you are), it can be rough. Well , let me correct myself. Was there this summer and we went and checked out many Small Eateries, really good food and a lot of Western/Indian fusion type of food. There is ton to see in India , but you need atleast a month to actually get a good feel I know many talk about visiting India for spiritual reasons - its a country where many old religions have lived together for hundreds of years. Literally next to each other. Its a cool thing to experience as well
  11. Demographic Curiosity

    51 Male grew up in India, came to Auburn for grad school , been a fan since (Was a tutor in the athletic department - football and basketball players from fall of 1988) Took my then 10 yr old son to the Auburn National Championship game in 2010. Memory for a lifetime Michigan grad school degree in 96
  12. Thank You AU Players and Coaches

    Yes..thank you
  13. Where Are You Cheering From Today?

    Ran a few miles at the gym, back home and getting ready in Metro Detroit
  14. Our Time: One win away

    Love it
  15. A Few Notes From Inside the Stadium Today

    Good read