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Just now, puzzled said:

no, just a poor homeless man ... 

you been India before? 

Yeah.

See them all the time mate.

Occasianally with give them a few rupees, as much I have at that time cause I feel really bad for them.

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2 minutes ago, Kaurr said:

Yeah.

See them all the time mate.

Occasianally with give them a few rupees, as much I have at that time cause I feel really bad for them.

I got photo saved on my laptop and look at it once in a while.

The worst i saw in Punjab was in Nawanshahr Bazaar, it was an elderly man dragging himself on the floor with a bowl in one hand and half of his face was missing, i saw his skull, eye socket and teeth area of his skull, half of his face was just missing. I'm never gnna forget that.

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18 minutes ago, ChardikalaUK said:

It is sad but one of my cousins over there told me if you offer them a job they will refuse it and prefer to beg, there's more money in it.

That depends, like those gadiyan wale that beg, they make a lot of money! but people that you see sleeping on road sides are different. 

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27 minutes ago, puzzled said:

The worst i saw in Punjab was in Nawanshahr Bazaar, it was an elderly man dragging himself on the floor with a bowl in one hand and half of his face was missing, i saw his skull, eye socket and teeth area of his skull, half of his face was just missing. I'm never gnna forget that.

Oh my god that's actually really sad! Do you know what happen?

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2 hours ago, Kaurr said:

Oh my god that's actually really sad! Do you know what happen?

No i have no idea what happened to him, but I had never seen a human in that condition before. The last time i went India we were traveling to Hazur Sahib on train and the train stopped at some station in Maharastra and I saw a very malnourished dying man on the platform laying on his side, he was naked and his thigh was as thin as my wrist. I was like 2 meters away from him. Your head just goes blank when you see something like that, you just freeze, and there's shock. But everyone was just walking past him minding their own business. You just don't know how to take it all in. During the rest of the train journey i just had him in my head. I doubt it he made it another day, but he was still breathing. 

Another thing which I don't like over there is the treatment of animals, i just hate that. While in Punjab waiting for the bus I saw a donkey with its eyes covered with those leather caps, a wooden cart attached to him and he was just standing there on the side of the road absolutely emotionless and still, pin drop silent. Waiting for the next load to be piled onto the cart. What kind of life is that for a animal? How long was it just standing there, 1 hour? 3 hours?  5 hours?  i went over to it and stroked its face, everyone driving past probably thought i was stupid. It was just standing there as still as anything. 

I really don't like the misery you see in India. 

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52 minutes ago, Kaurr said:

Yeah especially dogs on the streets.

In india they think that dogs are just some horrible monsters that will harm you, but in reality, a human can betray you, but a dog never will.

I've seen people beating cows/buffalo with canes because they don't give milk any more, people driving cars over the legs of stray dogs when they are sitting on the sides of roads. We have this ravidassia man in my mums pind who is the main bopari and he sells cows/buffalo and he told us how he twists the ears of the baby cows really hard to get them to do stuff, fcking b@stard. He once took one of our baby cows without telling us when we were in India and the mother cow kept on mooing for hours and hours, my mum didn't know he took it because she was out and when she came back she went over to his house and had a go at him and got the calf back. That's when he told us that he twists the ears and tails of the baby cow so they feel pain so that they start "obeying" 

Thats what they do to the baby cows when they take them from the mother cows so they can breed the cow again. The calves obviously keep on mooing when they are taken from their mother so they hit them, twist their ears, tails to get them to stop and install fear in them. 

Thing with India is they are so desensitized to seeing humans/animals suffer that they have no problem torturing people and animals. Its part the culture over there. 

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3 hours ago, puzzled said:

I got photo saved on my laptop and look at it once in a while.

The worst i saw in Punjab was in Nawanshahr Bazaar, it was an elderly man dragging himself on the floor with a bowl in one hand and half of his face was missing, i saw his skull, eye socket and teeth area of his skull, half of his face was just missing. I'm never gnna forget that.

thats actually horrific bro  i would not want to see this 

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20 hours ago, justasking said:

thats actually horrific bro  i would not want to see this 

Yeah I'm never gnna forget it.

I'm actually glad my parents took me India so I was able to see the worst conditions that humans are living in. It makes you question things which you may not question if you've never seen suffering of that sort. 

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