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81. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting Shrinagesh

I never knew that my Patriotism was wrong, except in this forum.

So love for a country is wrong and sarcasm which is derived from ill will is right.Esp if you support developing countries!

Byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

your patriotism is not wrong. in fact it is your good right. because u should be proud being an Indian. especially with such culture and history. love to a country is not wrong. sarcasm is just sarcasm. don't be bothered by that. its nothing much really. i hope u don't think people at TP have ill-wills. don't be irritated by every tiny expression. thanks;)

82. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Quoting Shrinagesh

I never knew that my Patriotism was wrong, except in this forum.

There is nothing wrong with Patriotism Shrinagesh.
We were just teasing u, because over here Patriotism is becomming old fashioned. People here are starting to think about how we can all co-operate, so everybody wins. It may not look like that is what we want, from world history, but that is the new attitude that is emerging.
We have a lot of sympathy, for the problems that are in India and other places, but we feel helpless as individuals to make changes, with the way our governments and industries are.

Mel

[ Edit: Edited on Feb 17, 2007, at 10:28 AM by Mel. ]

83. Posted by velourfog (Budding Member 24 posts) 9y

Now all that shats cleared up back to the title. I'm not so sure about the nice weather thing. Its an inferno in May! I suppose thats a very limited view (ie. just me!) and some i'm sure have no problem with it. Unfortunately i reckon the nicest time of year is, predictably enough, in the peak season when it starts to cool down a bit. It just makes travelling and moving about that much easier and less of an ordeal, while still being sunny and warm.

84. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5596 posts) 9y

The right answer isn't that easy...it depends of which part of India, but as most of the time you will enter India in places like Delhi, skipping the may/june part will be wise. I guess october/november and march are good times. Not too cold in the mountains, not to hot in other places and not to wet as well...

85. Posted by Purdy (Travel Guru 3546 posts) 9y

I have only just become aware of this thread - but l see Sam has been in asking for it to be kept on topic - lm glad to see the last couple of posts are actually in reference to the weather.

So just a friendly reminder here - PLEASE KEEP THE THREAD ON TOPIC GUYS.

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87. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y


Purdy, was it u, who dug up this thing?
I thought is was good n dead n burried!!!!

I was in Mumbai, one October. It was incredibly hot. The temps went down a little at the beginning of November, but still bloody hot.

Mel

88. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

hahaha...purdy, purdy!!! Digging up old threads. Why did you remove my post? Its really no use to dig up old threads, I thought this one was finished a long time ago.

Mumbai weather is humid and hot. All year round its about 30 to 35 degrees. by the humidity you sweat all day also when you do nothing.

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90. Posted by Ahila (Inactive 1529 posts) 9y

Quoting wouterrr

Mumbai weather is humid and hot. All year round its about 30 to 35 degrees. by the humidity you sweat all day also when you do nothing.

And, how is the weather in Bangalore? ;)

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