/desi/ /देसी/ /دیسی/ /ދެސި/ /দেশি/ /દેશી/ /ದೇಶಿ/ /ദേശി/ /දේශිය/ /ଦେଶୀ/ /ਦੇਸੀ/ /தேசி/ /దేశీయుడు/ /དེསི/: the old gang is back edition
Man needs his difficulties because they are necessary to enjoy success. - A.P.J Abdul Kalam
Just keep this fucking thread alive please. No death just mercy bumps ;_;7
invited: Indians + Pakistanis + Nepalis + Sri Lankans + Bhutanese + Bangladeshis + Maldivians + Afghans (if they want) + Diaspora and people with desi blood like Afro-Carib-Indians or whatever + gypsies
not invited: bullies, cancerposters, people who feel the need to spread negativity.
2nd for crazy army gfs
fifth for having a hankering for some aloo-vadi tbqh, lafas
Who here /Northern Aryan Brahmin XXL Master Race/?
>Sikhism totally doesn't take anything from Yoga he said
>Moksha definitely isn't from Yoga he said
Are you seriously contemplating marrying her?
There is literally nothing wrong with being part Pathan. Stop please or I will jihad you. I must also remind you that Pathans are peaceful people.
>Are you seriously contemplating marrying her?
I don't have rude intentions, but it must be a confusing situation if culture and heritage is something you value and implement into your life.
That's good. Why are you already thinking about divorce in 2-3 years?
Has she been in many relationships? Does she want kids?
I don't know man. Getting married at 21 seems too early.
Like does she have huge fluctuations in mood. Is she happy one minute and then sad the next. Does she have self esteem issues?
Coffee is more popular here in the states because it's a little bit stronger than tea.
>Why are you already thinking about divorce in 2-3 years?
because I can't imagine it lasting. because of the age difference.
>been in many relationships
no idea, i get the gut feeling no, but i don't want to probe into that.
yeah she's into the whole 'family' is the most important thing in life.
>21 seems too early
I agree, but it may be the only way to keep her around (she's from abroad)
>fluctuations in moods
nah she's calm, tempered from what I can tell.
not that i can tell, but I guess she's a 30 year old woman rushing against a clock.
I only drink black tea and water and milk ngl
SHUT UP YOU DON'T HAVE TO RUB IT IN.
Who /black cock/ here?
I mean, I am pretty lighskinned on my body except my cock which is BBC tier.
How the fuck?
WE WUZ NIGGERS N SHIETTTTTTT
Literally COME ON IT'S 2015 + 1 the country
>because I can't imagine it lasting. because of the age difference.
Then maybe you shouldn't even be thinking about marriage.
>but i don't want to probe into that.
Definitely something that needs to be "probed" since it affects the success of marriages. If not for that, you should at least know so you know the kind of woman you're marrying.
Nah, that's not even the point of marrying a virgin unless you're a muh dik degenerate.
Ok so he wasn't born in India but his parents are 100% Indian. Don't try to undermine it.
>Mercury (born Farrokh Bulsara; Gujarati: ફારોખ બલસારા, Pharōkh Balsārā) was born in the British protectorate of Sultanate of Zanzibar, East Africa (now part of Tanzania). His parents, Bomi (1908–2003) and Jer Bulsara (1922–),[a] were Parsis from the Gujarat region of the then province of Bombay Presidency in British India.[b] The family surname is derived from the town of Bulsar (now known as Valsad) in southern Gujarat. As Parsis, Mercury and his family practised the Zoroastrian religion.
I know parsi people, and all of them would say they are Indian. But the term 'full blooded' sort of implies that he's from an indic ancestry, while in reality most of his ancestry is iranic. Nationally as well as somewhat culturally, he was Indian, but your statement didn't really seem to be talking about that.
>Parsis migrated from Greater Iran to Gujarat and Sindh between the 8th and 10th century CE to avoid the persecution of Zoroastrians by Muslim invaders who conquered Iran.
According to historians, my "caste" is from Afghanistan, does that make me ethnically Afghan?
Parsis migrated quite a bit more recently. The ethnogenesis of the modern or even medieval Indian subcontinent or afghanistan wasn't even complete by the time of the brahmin migrations you mention.
You are ethnically indo-aryan. Parsis are iranic. There's a pretty fine line, but i'm pretty sure this is the way it would be classified. In any case, this is a matter of semantics.
I would do it but you should be careful on the immigration thing. Drag your heels on getting her a ILR. What country is she from?
Not too bad, 2bh
Would do it again but its still overrated/10
Ayy gib back clay you filthy Pakis
those are pakistan, you uneducated mong. Ask muzzies for your clay.
also pic related.
Bulgar-Indo Friendship thread
I have read somewhere Alexanders soldiers have been terrified on the thought of encountering the Indian War Elephants because they have seen the size of the Poo they have left behind
Literally weaponized Poo
>It is not normal genociding a population for not pooin in loo
>But in Bulgaria it is
>Bulgaria : Not even once
>Alexanders soldiers have been terrified on the thought of encountering the Indian War Elephants
Pretty sure greeks had seen elephants, since they were weaponized by north africans.
We Pakis (ie. Muslims) took away their loos so that one day in the future our grandsons and the rest of the world could laugh at their grandsons about not being able to poo in loo on a Laotian jewellery making papyrus network
It was pretty fucking tragic though
Killing adults at markets or wherever to make a political statement just about makes sense and people might think you are trying hard to make a point
Killing children just turns people 100% against you with no recourse whatsoever
I was in undecided on the TTP up to that point, now I cheer whenever I hear the pak army has wiped a few more out
>Killing adults at markets or wherever to make a political statement just about makes sense
>people who think like this exist in my country
I didn't say I agree with it fucktards
I said it makes sense in some geopolitical context
Why is /int/ so fucking retarded. I mean I thought the /b/ with flags thing was a joke. You guys are making /pol/ look like MENSA geniuses.
that is an exception and one that had a lot of political sympathy for its cause anyway.
most terrorist groups never achieve any of their goals, but just kill innocent people for the sake of it and that is the fact of the matter.
In nearly every MGS game, Pakistan is referenced. MGSV is set mostly in Afghanistan.
Far cry 4 wasn't really India AFAIK, it was a fictional representation of Nepal.
Pakistan featured in other geopolitical type vidya like Ghost Recon.
I think Beyond good and evil 2 in set in India but don't quote me on that.
We really need more desi games so get that UE4 fired up
inb4 1/4th of them are just cricket games with stadiums in india
It's funny how most of the current generation's exposure to India was through this faggot
How do I get a Marathi aunty to sexually abuse me bhaiyo?
Parsis aren't Indian though, they are literally immigrants from Persia that settled in the India coast a long time ago, and never interbreeded, so they have mostly retained their ethnicity and bloodline
China will implode within the next 30 years, lets see who protects Porkis then. Also, India has a lot of countries backing it, thereby strengthening an already militarily strong country
>Get pooped on by the weather
>Get shot by the toilet witch
>let me put on Draugen rarities and post the unimaginative 'poo in the loo' from inside this burning church
Just kill yourself, Norway. Literally the most insignificant country
Step up the banter game, Pajeet.
Wow, great yoga skills, POOing would be taken to the next level
>be 8 years old
>Goes to Birmingham for the first
>Many white people and few niggers and sandniggers
>be 19 years old
>Gets a job at Birmingham
>Thinking it will be the same when I last went
>See Muslims everywhere I go while the white men are begging on the streets
> step up
in what way, exactly? at least a tamil girl would cook good food, be more educated, and have a helpful family who know his customs.
> inb4 'muh dick' is used to determine everything
Diaspora fags live in a cuckooland where all their perception of desiland is influenced by Bollywood bullshit and family idiots.
Good luck with finding a nice, educated chick like that in any of the big metros.
"Will cook for you" lol faggot
Good to see you're still alive brother. Also surprised that you're not replying to me with the usual hostility.
What are you reading nowadays?
mfa can't watch Bajirao Mastani yet because the pirates are too slow
Just re-examined my beliefs lads.
wew what an experience.
What made you an atheist? What brought you back?
Never thought it was you. From what I've noticed, you're too skeptical to ever become faithful, especially to an Abrahamic religion.
>he's just memeing you.
I can't tell, but probably.
I was having this conversation with a qt (different one not my """""fiance"""""). And I was telling her that after I'm done with my masters, I'm gong to continue living as frugally as possible and then send money back to my parents until i've repaid them for supporting me as an adult, after that save. In terms of living frugally i mean, pretty much only spending money on groceries and rent and bills and essentials (toothpaste and that) and replacing things that break. And she said 'why? what are you saving that money for' and I said 'I guess just for a rainy day but nothing really, its just because I don't really joy/pleasure get anything out of buying stuff and subsequently there is much i really 'want''.
Then she said 'that is admirable' and I asked 'why?' We had a footnote tad of the conversation to basically put the morality of consumerism (eg buying lots of stuff can support horrible industrial practices, conversely buying the cheapest stuff through being frugal can be less ethical than paying more) to a side. And I asked ' Why is it admirable? 'Its not like I'm going to heaven and the person who spends alot of money or desires after stuff is going to hell? what about the person who is even more frugal?'
I then explain you know, that I personally just think its a way of dealing with the world, because I always found refuge in the idea of 'accepting the temporary nature of things, and striving to be unaffected by happiness and sadness, and that desire = misery'.
And then she asked 'so you're a nihilist, surely having no desire is a bad thing, what is the point of life if you think that everything around you is just a fleeting illusion, why not just die'.
and that is really where i got a little bit stumped. I said 'well I guess nietzsche sort of says there is a complete void, whereas where I learnt the idea from says there is something underlying everything which is temporary, but you're right'.
to be cont
>I then explain you know, that I personally just think its a way of dealing with the world, because I always found refuge in the idea of 'accepting the temporary nature of things, and striving to be unaffected by happiness and sadness, and that desire = misery'.
pretty Buddhist 2bh.
>so you're a nihilist, surely having no desire is a bad thing, what is the point of life if you think that everything around you is just a fleeting illusion, why not just die
Nihilism =/= suicidal tendencies
if there is no point in life, why would there be a point in death? existence is as passive as non-existence. so in some ways, existing is the same as not existing
>not shitposting in /desi/
>everything which is temporary
then I referred back to my favourite book on the issue (which also appeals to a metaphysical underlying factor) and remembered that it dealt with this, demarcating an absolute and a relative view of things. absolutely material is temporary and illusionary, but we as humans are imperfect and the relative view of things cannot be denied by us, we have to eat when we're hungry, be nice to people etc etc.
What I think I got from it is that, the whole thing is a balance between relative and absolute worldview, both in extreme forms can be fatal, but also I guess I've been subconsciously following a very metaphysical underpinning. If I am a slave to relative animalistic world view, why not just shoot up smack and fuck as many bitches until i burn out, if there is the absolute world view i will just walk into traffic or lie in bed and starve myself to bed. So you have to moderate the two, I guess coming back to the original question as to 'why is it admirable', i guess its because for some reason we think the consumerist person is too far into the relativist view, so its good to be further away from them?
But I'm not even sure you can say that, if a monk and a guy who win the lottery live their two lives, and both die on 80, at their joint funeral what can you say? They both self-preserved long enough, so the point of striking a balance clearly isn't ensuring self-preservation. The question is really something about whether you really subscribe to the metaphysical thing underlying it all or not, I've been subconsciously subscribing, but I think that is more of a way of dealing with the world than a solid conviction. At the funeral of the monk and the lotto winner, what can I really say?
all Indian religions are saying this 2bh just in somewhat different terms.
I guess suicide is one aspect, but Nihilism essentially robs motivation, its fully passive, whereas Indian religions are preaching metaphysical objectives and Karma as motives.
/desi/ always had this element about it 2bh. You just dropped in for the shitposting
the absolute world view is that, everything materially is sort of illusionary. For a religious person, this is underscored with but there is really god or nirvana or some ultimate reality. With a nihilist, the absolute view would be more that nothing really matters sort of thing. You could maybe extend it to nothing exists (full stop), but idk whatever.
The relative view is coming down from philosophising and just taking life as it is, im hungry i eat, my alarm is going to wake me up tomorrow so i can get to work, etc etc.
as in Stoicism is p much what Indian religions are saying my man.
>and striving to be unaffected by happiness and sadness, and that desire = misery'.
Having no desire often results in a miserable existence. Why are you trying to escape misery anyways? What's so great about this neutral zone you believe in?
>then I referred back to my favourite book on the issue
>we have to eat when we're hungry, be nice to people etc etc.
>so its good to be further away from them?
According to what?
>what can I really say?
>existing is the same as not existing
Is it? Existence still has a consciousness that has to put up with and tolerate life for no reason.
>Karma as motives.
Karma is not a motive for all of us.
How is this even possible?
>Having no desire often results in a miserable existence. Why are you trying to escape misery anyways?
I oversummarised these points. I guess Stoicism is a better term/summary, but good/valid questions nonetheless.
>What's so great about this neutral zone
The Kybalion (for soft reading)
The Corpus Hermetica (for real boss reading)
simplification again. But you know what I mean, there is a point/motivation to things in religion.
On the desire thing, I think more desire for temporary and fleeting things. Everyone desires and you're right its miserable to not have hope. I guess I desire something above fleeting things? That's what I cling onto?
Thanks for the names.
>ok i'm settled down I thought it out,
Full nihilist or a guy that's looking for something above fleeting things?
What a tune lads
History and culture wise yeah. Cool place to visit I imagine.
idk just try not to get bogged down by maya. Whether its craving a fast food or wishing you were rich or hoping that there is permanent bliss waiting for you or wishing you were some super human who could actually know precisely what the 'true thing is', and then could themselves to act accordingly without flaw or deviation.
They really captured the 'my friend just sold me the maddest E's around and I'm coming up like a motherfucker and this how the music at the club sounds to me because i'm off my face' vibe with that track.
"Electronic" is really vague man. The music I posted isn't popular among most types of people, let alone desis.
>lesser known dad rock
Post an example? I used to be into prog rock a lot, but I lost interest years ago.
>idk just try not to get bogged down by maya. Whether its craving a fast food or wishing you were rich or hoping that there is permanent bliss waiting for you
Sounds good brother. Religious people shouldn't expect permanent bliss anyways, way too arrogant.
Just did a premature ejaculation lmao
lads, the muzzies are getting out of control. i'm worried that the hindus will strike back too late and we'll eventually become a muslim shithole
>getting out of control
What have they done?
bruh, madhesis are literally treated like gods in the capital. Privledged ass fuckers, claiming foul when they don't get their way. They claim FUCKING police abuse when they burn police officers alive. My cousin is a police head constable and they don't attack madhesis because of the lies they create. Because of this, he has injuries all over his body from attacks from "peaceful" madhesi mobs.