Not English, Indian!

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Once I had been to Tirupati with my aunt. She had lost her colour of melanin due to the side effects of a medicine. Hence, she was completely pale.

There were many pilgrims, both Indians and foreigners. Many foreigners were also dressed in sarees.

Suddenly a foreigner came to my aunt and said something in English. When she finished, my aunt said “Not English. Indian”, and started laughing. The foreigner quietly moved away from the scene and started laughing, too. When we came to know about this incident all the family members burst into laughter.

Author : K. Gautham Varun      |     City : Chennai     |     Age : 12

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