QuoteReplyTopic: bravest people that are not your people Posted: 20-Aug-2006 at 12:06
the bravest people i ever met ,were my brothers and my sister, who had to taste my mother's lunch nearly every day, when we were young....may be that was the reason , my elder brother decided to become a chef...
Edited by ulrich von hutten - 20-Aug-2006 at 13:07
In his Annals and Antiquities of RajasthanJames Tod wrote:
"What nation on earth could have maintained the semblance of civilization, the spirit or the customs of their forefathers, during so many centuries of overwhelming depression, but one of such singular character as the Rajpoot? . . . Rajasthan exhibits the sole example in the history of mankind, of a people withstanding every outrage barbarity could inflict, or human nature sustain, from a foe whose religion commands annihilation; and bent to the earth, yet rising buoyant from the pressure, and making calamity a whetstone to courage. . . . Not an iota of their religion or customs have they lost. . . ".
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